Nobel Prize in Physics awarded to scientists whose work is essential to our understanding how the Earth’s climate is changing
Syukuro Manabe from the Princeton University, Klaus Hasselmann from the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology in Germany, and Giorgio Parisi from the Sapienza University of Rome received the Nobel Prize in Physics on Tuesday for their research and contribution to understanding how the Earth’s climate is changing, the role of human activities in those changes and ‘’reliably predicting global warming”.
The European Researchers’ Night, funded under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions (MSCA), returns this year on September 24th to bring science closer to society. As in previous
Our CAFE Early Stage Researchers, Nikos, Pedro, and Xinjia, participated in the 2021 ASP Summer Colloquium organized by NCAR. In this blogpost they share their thoughts and present some of their findings in the projects they participated in.
On November 27, 2020, Niclas Rieger, Iago Perez, Noémie Ehstand, and I, Meriem Krouma, participated as early-stage researchers of the CAFE project in the European Researchers’ Night. Through this blog, I want to talk about my experience and the collaboration with my colleagues in such an event. The idea was to talk about climate change, weather extremes, and their impact on daily life. The event was to be given in front of children and online: a real challenge!
What is common about an epidemic, a forest fire and the mobile game Chain Reaction is how the condition of one element influences the other surrounding elements which were in contact with it in some form. Computer science has a popular algorithm named the burning tree algorithm to track this kind of spread.