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CISL Brown Bag - "Modeling the Hydroclimatic Effects of Land Use and Land Cover Changes in the Upper Euphrates and Tigris Basin Under a Changing Climate"

"Modeling the Hydroclimatic Effects of Land Use and Land Cover Changes in the Upper Euphrates and Tigris Basin Under a Changing Climate"

Yeliz Yilmaz

Istanbul Technical University, Eurasia Institute of Earth Sciences

CISL Seminar Series - "Machine Learning Applications in Scientific Programming"

"Machine Learning Applications in Scientific Programming"
 
Wendy Carande
University of Colorado Boulder
 
As scientific datasets expand in size and scope, machine learning tools can enhance our understanding of data and our ability to analyze data effectively. However, determining whether machine learning is the right fit for a scientific problem and which algorithm to use can be daunting.

Web Advisory Group (WAG) meeting this Thursday, June 14th

Join us for another informative WAG meeting!

Date/Location: Thursday, June 14th in ML-245 (Chapman Rm)

Agenda:

Presentation: Laura Hoff will talk and demo the web crawling service, Archive-It, especially how it can be used to preserve web content in preparation for more web modernization initiatives.

Presentation: Ryan Johnson will showcase the new CESM2 website.

Quick update on work on umbrella site from David and Stephen, focusing on the new feeds.

Oceanography Brown Bag - Wei-Ching Hsu

The Impact of Sea Surface Temperature Biases and Errors on Tropical Cyclone Simulations and Predictions

Wei-Ching Hsu
Texas A&M University

Oceanography Brown Bag - Shakespeare

Do internal tides drive the upper ocean?
Callum Shakespeare
Australian National University

CISL Seminar Series- "Opportunities and Challenges Migrating Scientific Code to Accelerators"

CISL Seminar Series

"Opportunities and Challenges Migrating Scientific Code to Accelerators"
Sunita Chandrasekaran
Univerity of Delaware

UCAR Listening Session for Early Career Scientists with Tony Busalacchi

UCAR President Antonio Busalacchi will hold a listening session specifically for early career scientists on Thursday, May 24 from 11a.m. - noon in the main seminar room at the Mesa Lab.  

This listeningsession is an opportunity for us to meet as a cohort to shed light on our experiences at NCAR and UCP thus far — and share ideas with Tony for how UCAR’s service groups can best support us going forward.  Early career scientists have unique needs for career development and growth.

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