CMIP Seminars

The CMIP Seminar series is a monthly event, highlighting science from across the breadth of CMIP-related research.

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Upcoming seminars

Seminars are held for one hour on the last Wednesday every month. The time alternates between 08:00-09:00 UTC and 15:30-16:30 UTC each month. Each seminar features three speakers.

  1. Seminar Series #3: 26 June 2024, 15:30-16:30 UTC
  2. Special seminar: A perspective on WCRP and CMIP and future challenges, 24 July 2024, 15:30-16:00 UTC
  3. Seminar Series #4: 31 July 2024, 08:00-09:00 UTC
  4. Seminar Series #5: 28 August 2024, 15:30-16:30 UTC
  5. Seminar Series #6: 25 September 2024, 08:00-09:00 UTC
  6. Seminar Series #7: 30 October 2024, 15:30-16:30 UTC
  7. Seminar Series #8: 27 November 2024, 08:00-09:00 UTC

Past seminars

  1. Seminar Series #1: 24 April 2024, 15:30-16:30 UTC
  2. Seminar Series #2: 29 May 2024, 08:00-09:00 UTC


Click the button below to register. We’ll send out information on how to attend the seminars to this list a few hours before the event starts. Note that, if you have registered for a previous event, you are automatically registered for all future events.  

Speaker sign-up

Interested in speaking at a future seminar? Let us know by clicking the button below. We welcome all researchers in any stage of their career to speak. We aim to highlight work the represents the diversity of scientists using or producing the CMIP data.

Recordings of previous presentations

Seminar #1 – 24 April 15:30 UTC

Thomas Frölicher (University of Bern): AERA-MIP: Emission pathways, remaining budgets and carbon cycle dynamics compatible with 1.5 ºC and 2 ºC global warming stabilization

Vichawan Sakulsupich (University of Cambridge): The role of sulphur from human emissions in driving climate change

Timothy Lam (Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research (PIK)): Causal teleconnections to drought and fire risk in Indonesian Borneo in the past and future

Seminar #2 – 29 May 08:00 UTC

Michael Grose (CSIRO): A CMIP6-based multi-model downscaling ensemble to underpin climate change services in Australia

Lina Teckentrup (BSC/CLEX): Resolving uncertainty in the response of Australia’s terrestrial carbon cycle to projected climate change

Gaurav Madan (University of Oslo): The weakening AMOC under extreme climate change

Seminar #3 – 26 June 15:30 UTC

Susanna Winkelbauer (University of Vienna): Arctic quality metrics based on oceanic transports for CMIP6

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