Workshop on Conservation Principles, Data, and Uncertainty in Atmosphere-Ocean Modelling

Our annual workshop is held in collaboration with the SFB 1114 "Scaling cascades in complex systems" and the SFB 1294 "Data Assimilation" in Potsdam, Griebnitzsee Campus, April 2-4 2019.

This three-day workshop will review our state of knowledge on energy budgets and energy transfers in the climate system and how they are represented in current computational models. The physical principles of these transfers and their numerical representation will be discussed. In addition, stochastic modelling and data assimilation schemes will receive particular attention in this context, as these are key to representing and controlling model uncertainties.

Topics touched are:

  • Day 1: Energy budgets and energy transfer in climate models and data
  • Day 2: Data assimilation
  • Day 3: Stochastic modelling in atmosphere-ocean science

Have a look at the program here.

Scientific committee: Carsten Eden (TRR 181), Christian Franzke (TRR181), Rupert Klein (SFB 1114), Valerio Lembo (TRR 181), Valerio Lucarini (TRR 181), Sebastian Reich (SFB 1294), Edriss Titi (SFB 1114)

Organisational contacts:Nina Fabjancic (SFB 1114), Liv Heinecke (SFB 1294), Meike Ruhnau (TRR 181)