Colloquium in Climatology, Climate Impact and Remote Sensing

The colloquium starts again in the autumn semester 2020. It will take place on the dates listed below.

Due to the current situation, all talks will be held online via Zoom.

To participate via Zoom, a password is required, which will be sent to you via the mailing list. The password can also be requested via e-mail.

 

Forthcoming talks

04.11.2020

Dr. Simona Trefalt (MeteoSchweiz)

Preparing radar hail data for climatological studies – the long way to (sort of) homogeneous data

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

11.11.2020

Regula Mülchi (University of Bern)

Future Changes in River Runoff and Extreme Moisture Transport towards Switzerland

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

18.11.2020

Dr. Emanuele Bevacqua (University of Reading)

Projections of the compound flooding potential from coastal processes and cyclone clusters

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

25.11.2020

Dr. Martin Stengel (DWD)

Generating global, satellite-based cloud property datasets for climate research

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

02.12.2020

Dr. Christoph Aubrecht (ESA - World Bank)

More Space for Development – Satellites boosting International Cooperation on Climate Resilience

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198

09.12.2020

Eric Samakinwa (University of Bern)

Global monthly sea surface temperature and sea ice reconstruction for large ensemble historical simulations

when: 14:15
where: Zoom

Zoom room: https://unibe-ch.zoom.us/j/92361406198