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Distinguished Applied Mathematics Lectures
Mathematics and Climate: A New Partnership

Speaker Professor Hans G. Kaper
Affiliation Georgetown University, Washington, DC, and Mathematics and Climate Research Network (MCRN)
Date 2016-05-25
Time 14:00-15:30pm
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Abstract Climate is an emerging area of research in the mathematical sciences, part of a broader portfolio that addresses issues of complexity and sustainability. The stakes are high, decision makers have more questions than we can answer, and mathematical models and statistical arguments play a central role in assessment exercises. All this to indicate that mathematicians should get involved and apply their disciplinary expertise to the major challenge of our time. In this talk I will identify some problems of current interest in climate science and indicate how, as mathematicians, we can find inspiration for new applications.
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