Western Washington Data-Driven Discovery Seminar Series Set for Thursdays this spring
Prof. Brian Hutchinson (Computer Science), Prof. Kimihiro Noguchi (Mathematics), and several of their colleagues at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) are organizing the Western Washington Data-Driven Discovery Seminar Series (W2D2S2), now in its second year. The Spring 2022 theme of W2D2S2 is Earth and Environmental Sciences. The schedule of weekly online talks, from 3-4 p.m. on Thursdays, aims to bring together Earth and environmental scientists, computer scientists, statisticians, and mathematicians, to share, discuss, and explore recent findings, and to broaden avenues for future collaborations. The seminar series casts a broad net and aims to offer something for students, professors, researchers, and professionals in cross-disciplinary and cross-organizational research collaborations.
Thursday April 28, 2022 - Climate and Extreme Weather
Some novel approaches to reduced-order climate modeling. Dr. Ben Kravitz | Indiana University
Quantifying the Influence of Natural Climate Variability on DJF Extreme Daily Precipitation . Dr. Mark Risser | LBNL