The CAOS Colloquium series consists of invited lectures by researchers in all sub-disciplines of atmosphere, ocean and climate science. Unless noted otherwise, all colloquia are held on Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 pm in room 1302 of Warren Weaver Hall at 251 Mercer Street, New York. For more information, contact the organizer, Dimitris Giannakis.
Archival data for CAOS Colloquia in previous semesters can be viewed here (from 1995-2009) and here (from 2010 - present).
Denis VOYTENKO (CIMS)
Applications of Terrestrial Radar Interferometry
Xiaojun YUAN (Lamont-Doherty Earth)
Predicting Arctic Sea Ice by Stochastic Models at Intra-Seasonal to Seasonal Time Scales
Andrew GETTELMAN (NCAR)
Key Uncertainties in Climate Forcing and Feedbacks
Steven BRUNTON (University of Washington)
Data-driven modeling and control of complex systems using sparse sensing and machine learning
David MARSHALL (Oxford)
The geometric interpretation of eddy-mean flow interaction in the ocean
Kevin Michael GRISE (University of Virginia)
Do mid-latitude jet shifts cause cloud feedbacks?
Gregory WAGNER (UCSD)
An asymptotic model for the coupled evolution of near-inertial waves and quasi-geostrophic flow