We provide a broad diversity of educational, training and enabling programs tailored to audiences of all ages and educational levels, all the way to research scientists and operational practitioners, executives, decision makers, and the broader society through our multi sector multiscale education and extension programs.
Educational levels range from Introductory (I) to Intermediate (M) and Advanced (A) and the formats include Seminar lectures (S), Practice sessions (P), Workshop environments and Field operations (F).
Climate Core (I, M, A)
Introduction to the Climate System in its broadest sense, across the natural and social environment.
Understanding climate in motion, underlying mechanisms and interactions, natural and social
Focusing on the oceanic physics to understand its dynamics and role in the overall climate system.
Focusing on the atmosphere to understand its dynamics and role in the overall climate system.
Hydrology and Water Resources
Focusing on the workings of the hydrologic dynamics and role in the broader climate system.
Exploring the key interplay among geophysical and ecologic dynamic mechanisms in the climate system
Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
Focusing on the fundamental mathematical physics underneath geophysical fluid dynamics.
Focusing on geographical and geophysical information science, technology and service.
Focusing on the Earth Observation technologies, frameworks and services from in situ to outer space.
Socio-Natural Climate (I, M, A)
Focusing on the dynamic interplay between social and natural mechanisms in the climate system SPW
Social Climate Sciences
Focusing on the social sciences of the climate system and a dynamic understanding of humans in nature
From fundamental understanding to live action including adaptation, mitigation and restoration.
Decision Support Systems
Techniques for supporting decision making in socio-natural systems, from social to computational.
Understanding social, natural and compound hazards, their factors, consequences and handling.
Resource and Risk Management
Assessing and managing resources and risks across nature and society, along with their dynamic interplay.
Empowering Technologies (I, M, A)
Mathematical theory of information quantification, analysis, modelling and communication across fields.
Automated methodologies for feature extraction, analytics, modelling and evaluation.
Automated technologies taking machine learning to the next levels, those of cognition and innovation.
Understanding the physics of information, uncertainty and predictability, classical & quantum.
Complex System Dynamics
Unifying frontier natural, social and technical sciences to bring out a unified system understanding.
Earth System Dynamic Intel
Harnessing overall complex system dynamics to gauge, model, predict and inform our complex world.
Eclectic view of energy systems, ranging from legacy to renewables, and emerging quantum solutions.
Sustainable solutions for socio-economic, environmental and energy production challenges.
Quantum technologies for sensing, computation, communication and security, for climate and society.
Under construction – more programs to come.
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