Young researcher's workshop on Interacting Tipping Elements in the Natural and Social Components of the Earth System

 
Registration is now open until 12 June 2020 for InTENSE, the 728. WE-Heraeus-Seminar on Interacting Tipping Elements in the Natural and Social Components of the Earth System, taking place on 16–19 August 2020 in Bad Honnef.
Young researcher's workshop on Interacting Tipping Elements in the Natural and Social Components of the Earth System
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Organized by copan's Jobst Heitzig and Ricarda Winkelmann, InTENSE will discuss and synthesize physics-based efforts in modelling natural and socio-economic tipping elements and their complex interaction dynamics using methods from relevant subfields such as statistical physics, nonlinear dynamics and complex network theory.

A particular focus will be placed on educating early career researchers in physics to be able to work on the forefront of these problems and contribute to efforts in better understanding the options to induce rapid mitigation of anthropogenic climate change and pathways to sustainability transformations.

We'd be delighted if a broad range of PhD students and young scholars would apply for participation!

For more information and registration, please see the event's webpage.