Seminars

Seminars

  • Global lake responses to climate change
    Nov
    15

    Global lake responses to climate change

    KST 16:00 – 17:00 | Join us online click here

    Lakes are a critical natural resource that contain a large majority of Earth’s accessible surface freshwater, support important biodiversity and provide many benefits to people around the world. However, lakes […]

  • Data Science for Social Impact
    Jul
    14

    Data Science for Social Impact

    KST 10:30 – 12:00 | Join us online click here

    Artificial intelligence (AI) and big data are bringing innovations to many research fields that have a direct social impact. In this talk, I’d like to share recent efforts on research […]

  • The Structure of Climate Variability Across Scales
    Jun
    16

    The Structure of Climate Variability Across Scales

    KST 10:00 – 11:00 | Join us online click here

    One of the most intriguing facets of the climate system is that it exhibits variability across all temporal and spatial scales; pronounced examples are temperature and precipitation. The structure of […]

  • Multidecadal variability of North Atlantic climate
    May
    12

    Multidecadal variability of North Atlantic climate

    KST 09:30 – 10:30 | Join us online click here

    Multidecadal variations in North Atlantic sea surface temperatures are linked to areas far beyond that region, via atmospheric teleconnections. We take advantage of one such linkage, to reconstruct multi-decadal variations […]

  • Revisiting the Mid-Pleistocene Transition
    Apr
    14

    Revisiting the Mid-Pleistocene Transition

    KST 10:00 – 11:00 | Join us online click here

    Present descriptions of Quaternary climate assert that after major Northern Hemisphere ice sheets first appeared three million years ago, a steady rhythm of obliquity-driven, 40-ky glacial cycles dominated global climate […]

  • Modeling Human Dispersal
    Mar
    24

    Modeling Human Dispersal

    KST 10:00 – 11:00 | Join us online click here

    The genus homo started about 3-2.5 million years ago – likely in the savannas of Eastern Africa. Over the following 2 million years further speciation events occurred and some groups, […]

  • History of the Development of Numerical Models of the Ocean
    Feb
    16

    History of the Development of Numerical Models of the Ocean

    KST 09:00 – 10:00 | Join us online click here

    In the early 1950’s John von Neumann and Jules Charney carried out the first successful numerical weather forecasts at the Institute of Advanced Study at Princeton. The United States Weather […]

  • Precipitation Patterns in Korea through the Geostatistical Analysis and the Principal Component Analysis
    Dec
    10

    Precipitation Patterns in Korea through the Geostatistical Analysis and the Principal Component Analysis

    KST 10:00 – 11:00 | 1010 (Jasmin) – Integrated mechanical engineering building

    Most precipitation systems in Korea are highly influenced by the East Asian summer monsoon (Changma) as well as by synoptic scale/mesoscale weather phenomena, and hence have high seasonal variation; they […]