Mathematics and Statistics lie at the heart of our ability to model and predict climatic variations. CliMathNet is an initiative that aims to break down barriers between researchers in the Mathematical Sciences and those in Climate Sciences. Members of this academic network are working on a range of novel mathematical techniques to approach some of the most challenging questions in Climate Science.
We encourage Mathematics, Statistics and Climate Science to interact more in solving some of society's most pressing questions.
We welcome new network members. Please visit the membership page for further details and the registration form.
- CliMathNet Conference, 6-10 July 2015, University of Bath
- Past Earth Network Conference, 1-4th September, Crewe Hall, registration now open
- Dynamics Days Europe, 6-10th September, University of Exeter. Registration and abstract submission now open
- RSS Conference Session, 18th September, Royal Statistical Society, London