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Modelling the uncertainty in predicting large-scale atmospheric circulations.]]
 
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for Euler-Poisson system will be presented. This talk is based on
 
for Euler-Poisson system will be presented. This talk is based on
 
collaboration with Ben Duan and Chunjing Xie.
 
collaboration with Ben Duan and Chunjing Xie.
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===Mike Cullen (Met. Office, UK)===
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''Modelling the uncertainty in predicting large-scale atmospheric circulations''
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Abstract: This talk describes work on quantifying the uncertainty in climate models by using data assimilation techniques;
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and in estimating the properties of large-scale atmospheric flows by using asymptotic limit solutions.

Revision as of 17:39, 14 February 2013

The seminar will be held in room B115 of Van Vleck Hall on Mondays from 3:30pm - 4:30pm, unless indicated otherwise.

Previous PDE/GA seminars

Seminar Schedule Spring 2013

date speaker title host(s)
February 4 Myoungjean Bae (POSTECH)
Transonic shocks for Euler-Poisson system and related problems
Feldman
February 18 Mike Cullen (Met. Office, UK)

Modelling the uncertainty in predicting large-scale atmospheric circulations.

Feldman
May 5 Diego Cordoba (Madrid)
TBA
Kiselev

Abstracts

Myoungjean Bae (POSTECH)

Transonic shocks for Euler-Poisson system and related problems

Abstract: Euler-Poisson system models various physical phenomena including the propagation of electrons in submicron semiconductor devices and plasmas, and the biological transport of ions for channel proteins. I will explain difference between Euler system and Euler-Poisson system and mathematical difficulties arising due to this difference. And, recent results about subsonic flow and transonic flow for Euler-Poisson system will be presented. This talk is based on collaboration with Ben Duan and Chunjing Xie.


Mike Cullen (Met. Office, UK)

Modelling the uncertainty in predicting large-scale atmospheric circulations

Abstract: This talk describes work on quantifying the uncertainty in climate models by using data assimilation techniques; and in estimating the properties of large-scale atmospheric flows by using asymptotic limit solutions.