Courses and Schools

Hjort Summer School on Bridging Methods in Marine Science: From Lab to Models, 11–16 August 2017, Espegrend Biological Station, Bergen, Norway. Application deadline expired on 1 June 2017

3rd International Summer School on Big Data Analysis in Earth Sciences, 28 August – 1 September 2017, Rhodes island, Greece. Application deadline: 15 August 2017

Summer School on Sea-level change: observations, processes and modelling, 28 August–1 September 2017, TU Delft, Netherlands. Application deadline expired on 31 May 2017.

ICTP-Rwanda Joint School on Subseasonal to Seasonal Weather and Climate Prediction, 4-8 Sep 2017, Kigali, Rwanda. Application deadline: 23 June 2017

THESys Summer School “Exploring current trends, discussions and methodologies in research on human-environment relations”, 18-22 September 2017, Berlin, Germany. Extended application deadline: 9 June 2017

International HPSC TerrSys Fall School 2017 “Terrestrial Modeling and High-Performance Scientific Computing”,  25-29 September 2017, Bonn University, Germany. Application deadline expired on 31 May 2017

Annual Intensive Course “Atmospheric Chemistry and Dynamics”, from 25-29 September 2017, Jülich, Germany. Application deadline: 15 July 2017

Ice Core Analysis and Techniques (ICAT) PhD school, 25-30 September 2017, Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark. Application deadline expired on 1 June 2017.

Numerical Modeling, Predictability and Data Assimilation in Weather, Ocean and Climate, Bologna (Italy), 17–20 October, 2017. Abstract deadline: 15 Jul 2017

3rd training school on “Convective and volcanic clouds detecting, monitoring and modeling”, 18-25 October 2017, Tarquinia, Italy. Application deadline: 31 August 2017

2nd WCRP Summer School on Climate Model Development on “Scale aware parameterization for representing sub-grid scale processes”, 22-31 January 2018, Cachoeira Paulista (INPE), Brazil. Online application deadline expired on 2 June 2017.


Please consider adding training cources or schools to the list above (contact: Jörg Burdanowitz or Valentina Rabanal).


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