#climatecoffees are short (circa 40 min), relaxed meetings for scientists to share ideas, discuss methods and communicate new results. They are open to speakers of all levels of seniority, we especially encourage early career scientists to become a speaker.
The coffees are an exciting opportunity for scientists to build a network and disseminate recent results, peer-to-peer.
We invite researchers from across the climate science community to join us for this series of regular online knowledge exchange events.
In average, we organise one or two #climatecoffees per month, always on Thursdays. The time is always the same, from 11:00 - 11:40 am.
Call for speakers 2023 is now open!
Are you interested in giving a talk in the next sessions, or hearing more?
Please email Chiara chb@ and give us a bit more details: your short bio, a potential title, a teaser for the talk and the preferred date.... It has to be a Thursday! dmi.dk
We will close applications at regular intervals and get back to you within two weeks.
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The Danish Meteorological Institute, coordinating the H2020 Blue-Action project and the Horizon Europe OCEAN:ICE project, and the European Climate Research Alliance (ECRA) work in partnership for running the climate coffees format.
Thu 16 February 2023 Climate coffees meet GHRSST Talks
Cristina Gonzalez Haro (GHRSST, ICM, BECS), 5:30 pm-6:15 pm
Evaluation and intercomparison of GHRSST products at a global scale: Sea Surface Temperature (SST) plays an important role in the production of satellite based Sea Surface Salinity (SSS) observations. Cristina will explain novel approaches for assessing different sources of satellite-derived SST products, formatted according to the GHRSST standards.
Thu 17 November 2022, 11:00-11:40 AM CET
Marilena Oltmanns (NOC)
From extreme weather to abrupt climate change: Can amplified Arctic ice loss tip the North Atlantic freshwater cycle?
Thu 15 September 2022, 11:00-11:40 am CEST
Ana Oliveira (Colab +ATLANTIC)
Urban planning for the temperature extremes
Eventbrite registration page: https://zenodo.org/record/7093563
Thu 29 September 2022, 11:00-11:40 am CEST
Andrea Böhnisch (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)
Spatial footprints of heat and dry extremes in a regional large ensemble
Thu 2 June 2022, 11:00-11:40 AM CEST
Leneisja Jungsberg (Nordregio)
Adaptive capacity to manage permafrost thaw in Northwest Greenland
Eventbrite registration page: https://www.eventbrite.dk/e/adaptive-capacity-to-manage-permafrost-thaw-in-northwest-greenland-tickets-327101297787
Thu 19 May 2022, 11:00-11:40 AM CEST
Didier Swingedouw (Univ. Bordeaux)
AMOC recent and future trends: A crucial role for the oceanic resolution and Greenland melting
Eventbrite registration page: https://www.eventbrite.dk/e/amoc-recent-and-future-trends-tickets-305512725787
Thu 5 May 2022, 11:00-11:40 AM CEST
David Docquier (Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium)
Ocean - Sea Ice - Atmosphere interactions measured by the rate of information transfer
Link to Eventbrite where you can sign up: https://www.eventbrite.dk/e/ocean-sea-ice-atmosphere-interactions-tickets-287819424647?keep_tld=1
Thu 24 March 2022, 11:00-11:40 am CET
Remy Bonnet (IPSL)
Increased risk of near term global warming due to a recent AMOC weakening
24 February 2022
Erik Kusch, Center for Biodiversity Dynamics in a Changing World (BIOCHANGE) (homepage)
Climate Data Pipelines - Efficient Data Retrieval and Processing
10 February 2022
Dim Coumou, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Institute for Environmental Studies
Is global warming making summer circulation more persistent?
25 November 2021
Tiziano Distefano, University of Pisa (Italy), working in the LOCOMOTION H2020 project
Exploring synergies and trade-offs of policy interventions under the pressure of rapid climate change
11 November 2021
Lingling Suo, Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center
Arctic tropospheric warming: drivers and modulators
28 October 2021
Len Shaffrey, University of Reading
How will climate change affect North Atlantic storms?
14 October 2021
Magdalena Mittermeier, Ludwig-Maximilians-University
Studying Climate Change Effects on Extreme Weather Patterns using Neural Networks
30 September 2021
Ralf Ludwig, Ludwig-Maximilians-University
Impact and attribution of extreme events using large, hydro-meteorological model ensembles
16 September 2021
Rasmus Benestad, Norwegian Meteorological Institute
Norwegian approach to downscaling
17 June 2021
Vilena Valeeva, Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies e.V.
“Yamal 2040: Co-created scenarios as a tool for preparation for uncertain futures”
24 June 2021
Soon-Il An, Yonsei University
“How retreating Barents-Kara Sea Ice may exert control on ENSO periodicity”
10 June 2021
Yang Liu, Netherlands eScience Center
"Deterministic and probabilistic forecasts of Arctic sea ice with deep neural networks".
3 June 2021
Amélie Simon, CNRS IPSL Laboratory of Oceanography and Climate: Experiments and Numerical Approaches
"Direct winter atmospheric response to Arctic sea-ice loss and its modulation by the QBO”
27 May 2021
Tian Tian, Danish Meterological Institute
"The role of sea ice initialization on the Arctic decadal prediction skill with EC-Earth3"
20 May 2021
Yulia Polkova, University of Hamburg
“Marine cold air outbreaks and their predictability”