1. YESS @ climate symposium

    The climate symposium in Darmstadt was the attempt to map the ongoing research activities within WCRP on the projection of future space-based research. The double-logo “Climate Research and Earth Observations from Space” and “Climate information for decision making” captures both ideas of the workshop: to shape the future of space...
  2. YESS Workshop 2014

    Workshop dedicated to the topic of communicating Earth System Science research to a general public and within different climate research communities. Date: 17. – 18. November 2014 YESSworkshop2014_flyer Topics of the workshop: 1) We applied and evaluated the “Earth System Science questionnaire”. This questionnaire was developed during the last YESS-retreat...
  3. YESS @ Montreal WWOSC

    The World Weather Open Science Conference in Montreal (website) brought together scientists from around the world to discuss the future development of the World Weather Research Program and related disciplines. One key activity, besides a multitude of parallel and plenary sessions, was the the program for all early career scientists. Organized...
  4. ICYESS 2013

    One of the targets of YESS are in-person meetings of young earth system scientist to talk about topics that might be neglected in classical discipline-specific conferences. In 2012 and 2014 YESS has organized workshops,  2013 YESS was co-organiser of the first ever Interdisciplinary Conference of Young Earth System Scientists ICYESS, see icyess.eu).  
  5. YESS Workshop 2012

    The first YESS Retreat turned out to be one of those great occasions where both productive work and the enjoyment of the company of our fellow scientists converged. Funded by CliSAP, 18 YESS members from a variety of institutions (MPIMet, CSC, University of Hamburg, PIK, LMD, LSCE and MPIWG) met...

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