[CRYOLIST] CESM Polar Modeling Workshop, Aug 12-16 2019

Marika Holland mholland at ucar.edu
Tue Jan 15 14:58:59 PST 2019


We invite applications of early career scientists to attend a Community
Earth System Model (CESM) Polar Modeling Workshop, August 12-16, 2019 at
the National Center for Atmospheric Research in Boulder, CO USA. The
workshop is supported by the National Science Foundation and will include
about 20 early career (graduate student, postdoc, < 7 years since Ph.D.)
polar scientists. Admitted participants will receive travel funding to
cover air fare, lodging and per diem during the workshop. Workshop
participants will gain hands-on experience planning, designing, executing,
and analyzing earth system modeling experiments to understand changing
Polar climates and to explore better methods to integrate models and
observations. Participants will engage in advanced activities focused
specifically on capacity building for using CESM in polar research (e.g.,
sea ice, land ice, atmosphere, ocean, land, paleoclimate).

The CESM Polar Modeling Workshop will follow directly from the Annual CESM
Tutorial held August 5-9, 2019. Prospective participants who have not
attended the CESM Tutorial should apply for both the CESM Tutorial and the
CESM Polar Modeling workshop. Prospective participants who have previously
attended the CESM Tutorial (or have equivalent experience) should apply for
just the CESM Polar Modeling Workshop.

In order to apply for the CESM Polar Modeling Workshop, please fill out the
form at: https://goo.gl/forms/CvRemR7262HzRN3I2 and send additional
materials (CV and letter of reference) as requested at the end of the form.
Please submit by March 8, 2019.
If you would also like to apply for the Annual CESM Tutorial, please do so
at: https://regonline.com/2019CESMTutorial

Best from the organizing committee,
Marika Holland, NCAR
Jennifer Kay, U. Colorado
Laura Landrum, NCAR
Dave Bailey, NCAR
Alice DuVivier, NCAR

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Marika Holland
National Center for Atmospheric Research
Boulder CO
USA
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