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제목 ESF Research Conference Announcement:
ESF Research Conference Announcement:
Modes of Variability in the Climate System: Past - Present - Future

27 May - 1 June 2012, Obergurgl, Austria

The ongoing climate warming requires a detailed understanding of global
and regional climate variations and forecasting of their future changes
using climate models. These changes pertain not only to the average
global warming but also to changes in regional climate, circulation
patterns and their temporal variability. To decrease the uncertainty in
these model predictions, climate models have to be validated using
paleoclimate data as provided by natural climate archives. Spatially
representative climate modes and teleconnection patterns and their
temporal variability allow for this validation and represent the
vehicles to contrast rather coarsely resolved climate models to
point-wise paleoclimate data.

Conference format:
- lectures by invited high level speakers
- short talks by young & early stage researchers
- poster sessions, round table and open discussion periods
- forward look panel discussion about future developments

The conference is open to everybody interested in the topic.
Participants will be selected on a competitive basis. All participants
are expected to present a poster about their research.

Chairs:
- Prof. Dr. Hubertus Fischer, Physics Institute and Oeschger Centre for
Climate Change Research, University of Bern, Switzerland
- Prof. Dr. Eric Wolff, British Antarctic Survey, Cambridge, UK

Invited speakers:
David Bromwich - Ohio State University, US; Jerome Chappellaz -
LGGE-CNRS, Grenoble, FR; Jens Christensen - DMI, Copenhagen, DK; Clara
Deser - NCAR, Boulder, US; Matthew England - University of South Wales,
AU; Thomas Felis - University of Bremen, DE; Fillipo Giorgi - Abdus
Salam International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, IT; Gerald
Haug - ETH Zurich, CH; Johann Jungclaus - Max Planck Institute for
Meteorology, DE; Masa Kageyama - CNRS-LSCE, Paris, FR; Christine Klaas -
Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar and Marine Research, DE; Amaelle
Landais - LSCE-CNRS, Paris, FR; Camille Li - Bjerkness Center, Bergen,
NO; Zhengyu Liu - University of Wisconsin, US; Natalie Mahowald -
Cornell University, US; Bette Otto-Bliesner - NOAA, Boulder, US; Joellen
Russell - University of Arizona, US; Joy Singarayer - University of
Bristol, UK; David Thompson - Colorado State University, US; Alexander
Tudhope - University of Edinburgh, UK; Bo Vinther - University of
Copenhagen, DK; Yongjing Wang - Nanjing University, CN; Rainer Zahn -
ICREA, Autonomous University of Barcelona, ES

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: 22 JANUARY 2012

Conference homepage, contact, and application:
<http://www.esf.org/activities/esf-conferences/details/2012/confdetail381.html>

This conference is organised by the European Science Foundation (ESF) in
partnership with the Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck (LFUI).

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