|Datum||20 June 2019, 16:00 - 17:00|
|Lokatie||Zernike, 5161.0293 Bernoulliborg|
Titel: Numerical methods for studying transition probabilities in stochastic ocean-climate models.
Small scale variability in the present day climate may have large effects on the global ocean circulation. Examples of this small scale variability are fluctuations in the amount of freshwater that are caused by the melting of the Greenland ice sheet. These fluctuations may lead to a weakening of the global ocean circulation, which in turn may lead to a cooling of a few degrees in Europe. To predict the probability of such a transition event, computations have to be performed with large scale models of the ocean circulation. Existing techniques, however, are not sufficiently efficient, and therefore new methodology has to be developed, of which three novel methods are introduced in my thesis.
|Organisator||Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (email)|
|Geplaatst door||Bernoulli Secretariaat|