Relevant non-CHESS activities

Here are some non-CHESS activities which are highly relevant to some CHESS students:


Ocean/Atmosphere Time Series Analysis: Theory and Practice
July 29–August 9, online, 11 AM — 4 PM Eastern Daylight Time (US)

The free online course is offered by Jonathan Lilly to current graduate students or postdoctoral researchers in oceanography, atmospheric science, or climate studies. Details and application at . Application deadline is 5 July.


Life Skills for Young Scientists (LiSYS)
A yearlong mentorship program, Sept. 2024—Sept. 2025

For current graduate students, postdoctoral researchers, or early career scientists in any branch of science. Offered online at no cost to participants. Applications are now open and deadline is 31 July.

Full details online at


Joint Oslo Seminar (JOS) :

Seminars resume after summer.


This bi-weekly seminar, organized jointly by the University of Oslo, the Meteorological Institute, CICERO and NILU, invites renowned international experts to contribute to an informal series of lectures, meant to create interaction with the Oslo atmospheric and climate science community on recent highlights and analysis in the field. All seminars will be held on Thursdays.
If you are interested to join the meetings and get regular information about the seminar, follow this link to subscribe to the mailing list


BCCR Seminar:

Seminars resume after summer.


Seminar link: Interested? Register with this form to get the seminar link [only for the above talk(s)].


BCCR Seminar is a weekly forum for the presentation of research connected to the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research. Some of the talks are given by international visitors but the majority are presented by internal researchers. If you are interested to receive the seminar information and the zoom link regularly, you can send an email to Birgit Rinder ( or Wanyee Wang ( and subscribe to the mailing list.