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13-17 December 2010
Selwyn College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Dr. Andrew Parnell, School of Mathematical Sciences, University College Dublin, IE
Understanding the frequency and magnitude of extreme environmental events and their impacts is a critical aspect of climate prediction. This conference aims to bring together an inter-disciplinary group including statisticians, climate modellers, meteorologists, and other environmental scientists to focus on extreme events and the uncertainties inherent in their understanding.
Sessions will include:
To learn more about the conference, please click here.
Conference flyer PDF (140 KB) - Last updated 22-June-2010.
Conference programme PDF (140 KB) - Last updated 25-November-2010.
List of Accepted Posters: PDF (124.4 KB) Last updated 12-October-2010
List of Accepted Short Talks: PDF (149 KB) Last updated 12-October-2010
How to Participate
For accepted participants and invited speakers only
The official registration deadline expired on 12 November 2010.
As of 29 November 2010, we are no longer able to accept late registrations as the maximum capacity of the meeting room has been reached. Thank you for your understanding.
Fees & Grants
Conference fees cover an all inclusive package which includes all basic expenses that occur during the event. For more details, click here.
Conference fee will be covered by ESF and its partners
Conference Fee will be partially covered by ESF and its partners
Registration and payment NO LATER THAN 29 OCTOBER
Registration and payment BETWEEN 30 OCTOBER AND 12 NOVEMBER
Conference participation without accommodation
The conference will be held at the Selwyn College in Cambridge, the renown university town and administrative centre of the county of Cambridgeshire, England. It lies in East Anglia about 80 km (50 miles) north-by-east of London.
Selwyn College was founded in 1882 in memory of Bishop Selwyn. He was a Cambridge graduate who rowed in the first ever University Boat Race. Although the foundation of the College initially gave it a link with the Anglican Church, for over 40 years its membership has been open to those of all faiths, or none. For further information, click here.