International Open Science Conference

 

PalMod will organize an International Open Science Conference in Vienna 2018 (7.+8.4.2018), back to back to the EGU meeting.

Deadline for abstract submission and registration: 15.01.2018

Please submit your abstract here.

 

NOW OPEN:

COPERNICUS inter-journal special issue of ESSD, CP, and BG.

Paleoclimate data synthesis and analysis of associated uncertainty

 

 

Upcoming international events

PalMod International Open Science Conference, Vienna
7.-8.4.2018

 

Upcoming PalMod internal meetings

strategy meeting 8th of Jan. 2018

Job announcements

 

We do not have any open position.

PalMod - Paleo Modelling

 

PalMod is funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Science (BMBF) to understand climate system dynamics and variability during the last glacial cycle.

Recent Publications out of PalMod

 

Expanding Greenland Ice Sheet Enhances Sensitivity of Plio-Pleistocene Climate to Obliquity Forcing in the Kiel Climate Model

 

Citation: Song Z., Latif M. & Park W. (2017). Expanding Greenland Ice Sheet Enhances Sensitivity of Plio-Pleistocene Climate to Obliquity Forcing in the Kiel Climate Model. Geophysical Research Letters, 44. https://doi.org/10.1002/2017GL074835

 


Parallel-in-time: A comment by M. Hinze and T. Slawig

A recent article by Paul Davis in the Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics’ SIAM news features the topic Climate Prediction, Exascale Computing and Time Parallelism.

The text reflects the increasing importance that time-parallel methods experience in high performance computing in the last years. It refers to the 2017 SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, held in Atlanta this February. There, a minisymposium was organized on the topic.

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All PalMod publications are listed here.