CliMathNet Conference 2014

The Great Hall, Leeds University (small file)













The second CliMathNet conference was held from Monday 14th July until Friday 18th July at the University of Leeds.

Scientific programme

The conference addressed key aims of CliMathNet, including understanding the climate system (dynamics, radiation, clouds, feedbacks, nonlinear processes), quantifying uncertainty in climate models, forecasting extreme events, and novel mathematical and statistical techniques with applications in climate sciences (e.g., numerical methods).

Plenary speakers

Plenary speaker abstracts are available here.


The schedule is available here.

More information

At the University of Leeds, the conference was organised by researchers from the School of Mathematics and from the Institute for Climate and Atmospheric Science within the School of Earth and Environment