2nd CAFE Workshop


23-25 March / 8, 15 April, 2021

The Climate Advanced Forecasting of sub-seasonal Extremes (CAFE) project is pleased to announce the forthcoming 2nd CAFE Workshop, to be hosted by the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK) in March and April 2021. This workshop is part of the ongoing activity of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network (ITN). The core of the event will include several keynote talks, delivered by international experts in their areas, complemented by a transversal skills session on entrepreneurship for the ESRs.

This workshop will also include a poster session, several group discussions and organizational meetings within the consortium.

Stay tuned for updates regarding schedule, guest keynote speakers, and more.

If you wish to attend any of the public guest lectures pelase contact us at cafeproject@crm.cat and we will provide the ZOOM link.

Note: the structure of the workshop could be altered depending on the evolution of the current COVID-19 pandemic transversal skills session on entrepreneurship for the ESRs

Guest Lectures

📅 Tuesday, March 23

15:00 AM (CET)

From Science to Business – Risks, Chances and Learnings 

(45 min talk + 15 min discussion)


Dr. Sabine Auer (Start up: elena international – Berlin & Munich)

📅 Wednesday, March 24

14:00 AM (CET)

Post-processing for spatial extremes 

(45 min + 15 min discussion)


Dr. Petra Friederichs (Uni Bonn)

📅 Thursday, March 25

17:00 AM (CET)

Applying Machine Learning in Weather and Climate Applications

(45 min + 15 min discussion) 


ProfSue Ellen Haupt (National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder)