Climate Informatics

Paris 2019

The 9th International Workshop on Climate Informatics will be held in Paris, France, October 2-4, 2019.

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The workshop is linked to the trimester series "The Mathematics of Climate and the Environment" at IHP, Paris, September 9 - December 21 2019.

Important Dates

Workshop: October 3-4, 2019 (Th-Fri)

Hackathon: October 2, 2019 (Wed)

Paper submission deadline: Tbd

Location and Venue

Amphi Jean Jaurès, École Normale Supérieure, 25 Rue d'Ulm, Paris, France

The former premises of the Cinémathèque de Paris are now the ENS multifunctional cinema room, called salle Jean Jaurès, which often hosts major cultural and scientific events.

Organizing committee

Workshop chairs: Jakob Runge (German Aerospace Center, Jena) and Julien Brajard (Sorbonne Université, Paris)

Local chair: Olivier Talagrand (École Normale Supérieure, Paris)

Program Committee chairs: Anastase Charantonis (École Nationale Supérieure d’Informatique pour l’Industrie et l’Entreprise, Evry) and Chen Chen (University of Chicago)

Communications chair: Soukayna Mouatadid (University of Toronto)

Steering committee: Claire Monteleoni (University of Colorado, Boulder), Imme Ebert-Uphoff (Colorado State University), Eniko Szekely (EPFL Lausanne / ETH Zurich), Doug Nychka (Colorado School of Mines, Golden)

Climate informatics workshop series

The Climate Informatics workshop series was founded in 2011 by machine learning researcher Claire Monteleoni and NASA director Gavin A. Schmidt. Climate informatics broadly refers to any research combining climate science with approaches from statistics, machine learning, mathematics, and data mining. In its 9th year now, the workshops aim to stimulate the discussion of new ideas, foster new collaborations, grow the climate informatics community, and thus accelerate discovery across disciplinary boundaries. The format of the workshop seeks to overcome cross-disciplinary language barriers and to emphasize communication between participants by featuring tutorials, hackathons, invited talks, panel discussions, posters and break-out sessions. In its 8th year the workshop has attracted more than 100 participants from more than 13 countries, a large part from Europe. Proceedings of the 2018 workshop can be found here.