Workshop on the mathematics of weather and climate prediction – 2009

March 30-April 03, 2009
Exeter, UK

Computations using large and complex numerical models are fundamental in predicting the circulations of the atmosphere and ocean, and hence in weather and climate prediction.

Through this workshop meteorologists and oceanographers will learn about new results that have been achieved and methods that can now be used for nonlinear problems. Mathematicians will also learn about physically important unsolved problems to work on.

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(There is support available for postgraduate students and postdoctoral researchers to attend this event)