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Report on Python programming course for climate scientists

From 23rd-25th of January, 21 students attended a Python course for climate scientists in the Bjerknes auditorium at Jahnebakken 5 in Bergen. The course was taught by Clemens Spensberger (an atmospheric scientist) and Albin Severinsson (a computer science PhD student),…

Improve your writing with SciSnack

SciSnack (previously ClimateSnack) is an international and inter-disciplinary community sponsored by CHESS where early career scientists interact in order to improve their writing and communication skills. Over 7 years, SciSnack has published over 160 snacks (blog posts) posted by 90…

Invitation to our Annual Meeting 2019

All CHESS members are warmly invited to our Annual Meeting 2019, which will take place on 13-15 March at Voksenåsen Kultur og Konferansehotell in Oslo. The meeting is an excellent opportunity for all members to get together for scientific discussions,…

Scientific Writing Course with Daniel Soule – 2018

On 22nd to 24th October 2018, doctoral students came together at the University of Bergen’s Geophysical Institute for an interactive three-day scientific writing workshop with Dr. Daniel Soule. The course considered all aspects of writing a scientific paper, from style,…

Report on the Ocean/Atmosphere Time Series Analysis course

The “Ocean/Atmosphere Time Series Analysis: Theory and Practice” course took place during the two weeks of 15-26. October, 2018. The course was taught by oceanographer Jonathan Lilly (Theiss Research, La Jolla, California), and held at the Alfred-Wegener Institute in Bremerhaven,…

ACDC–Summer school 2018 at Finse

During 14 intense days (17-28 September), 23 students and 9 lecturers from worldwide have explored the asymmetries and symmetries in the climate system with prime examples from the oceans, the cryosphere, the atmosphere and the terrestrial domain. The summer school…