Responsible: Michael Schulz, MetNo and Paul Zieger, University of Stockholm (contact: email@example.com / Paul.Zieger@aces.su.se )
When: 1.-8. November 2021, plus 2 days virtual after that for final presentation
Where: Tjärnö Marine Biological Laboratory (attached to University of Gothanburg)
Credit points: 5 ETCS
No. of participants: 20 students (6 PhD students can be funded from CHESS)
Teach next generation of scientists to integrate different eScience tools and infrastructures to achieve a more holistic interpretation of the climate system and its components / Students get familiar with specific open-source tools and open-source databases (models & observations) to perform their own small model-measurement evaluation exercises.
For course details and registration: https://www.aces.su.se/research/projects/escience-tools-in-climate-science-linking-observations-with-modelling/
Application deadline: 31 August