Event: Reducing the error bars on climate predictions
Lecture presented by Ali Ramadhan, Graduate student, EAPS (Climate Science)
Title: Reducing the error bars on climate predictions
Abstract: Starting with the first computational weather forecasts, a ridiculously crazy idea a hundred years ago, we'll see how modern climate models work and why uncertainties in climate predictions are so high despite their sophistication. Then I'll talk about how we're trying to reduce uncertainties in climate predictions by developing a new climate model in Julia that runs on massively parallel GPU accelerators and learns from observations and high-resolution simulations.
- Date: Wednesday, Nov 28, 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
- Location: 2-105
- Refreshments provided