Mathematics for Atmospheric-Biospheric Science
Himos, January 20-24 2020
The purpose of the workshop is to bring together leading atmospheric scientists, biogeochemists and mathematicians interested in applications to foster the development of mathematical ideas and methods essential to any significant progress in the understanding of planetary problems.
The location, Himos, is located in the province of Western Finland and is part of the Central Finland region. Himos, is a popular ski resort offering the largest slopes of Southern and Central Finland from the end of November to May the 1st at best.
- Amy Braverman (NASA-JPL).
- Roderick Dewar (Australian National University).
- Ian Ford (University College London).
- Klavs Hansen (Tianjin University).
- Kari Lehtinen (University of Eastern Finland).
- László Székelyhidi Jr (University of Leipzig).
- Johanna Tamminen (Finnish Meteorological Institute - FMI).
- Marina A. Ferreira (University of Helsinki).
- Heikki Haario (Lappeenranta University of Technology).
- Teemu Salminen (University of Eastern Finland).
- Andrea Mazzino (University of Genova)
- Evgeny Mortikov (Moscow State University)
- Monica Passananti (University of Torino)
- Kai Puolamäki (University of Helsinki, Institute for Atmospheric and Earth System Research (INAR) )
- Oliver Vincent (CNRS, Lyon)