03.02.2017 - 13:30
BCCR/GFI Seminar: Recent advances at the intersection of paleoecology, paleoclimatology, and global change research
On Friday 3rd February 12.30-13.30, there will be a seminar given by Prof. Jack Williams from the University of Wisconsin, Madison in the East Wing Auditorium, GFI. Title: Recent advances at the intersection of paleoecology, paleoclimatology, and global change researchLes mer
BCCR/GFI Seminar: New Zealand sea ice research: fresh(er) water impacts on Antarctic and Arctic sea ice formation
Inga Smith ,Department of Physics, University of Otago will give a talk entitled "New Zealand sea ice research: fresh(er) water impacts on Antarctic and Arctic sea ice formation"Les mer
BCCR/GFI Seminar: A new constraint on the future of permafrost.
Sarah is a land-surface modeller focussing on permafrost regions. She came to this topic as a postdoc in 2013 (under the EU permafrost project 'PAGE21'). She is based at the University of Exeter in the UK, with close collaborations at the UK Met Office. Her interests lie both in developing process-based models, and also in a global perspective of changing permafrost and the carbon cycle.Les mer
15.02.2017 - 13:00
Klimalunsj: Transport viser vei til utslippskutt- muligheter og konsekvenser
The Climate Forum – a cooperation between the Bergen Kommune, Bergen Chamber of Commerce and the Bjerknes Centre is starting up again. Meetings are mainly in Norwegian, check out the programme for the coming lunch meeting!Les mer
BCCR/GFI Seminar: Recent activity of team MIROC for CMIP6
Name of speaker: Hiroaki Tatebe, Affiliation: JAMSTEC, Japan. For more info, follow the link.Les mer
BCCR/GFI Seminar: A role for volcanoes in future climate assessments?
Dr Ingo Bethke is a researcher at Uni Research Climate and the Bjerknes Centre for Climate Research. His main interest is in numerical modeling of the climate system. He has been involved in several Coupled Model Intercomparison Projects and contributed to the development of the Norwegian Earth System Model.Les mer
BCCR/GFI Seminar: Increase the value of your research
About the speakers: Anne-Sophie Schillinger and Elisabeth Silden are business developers at Bergen teknologioverføring (BTO). They work with researchers and guide innovative ideas toward commercialisation of research results. Both have a background in medical and biotechnology and hold a PhD degree from the University of Bergen.Les mer