Michael Ghil

2017
Ghil, Michael. 2017. “The Mathematics of Climate Change and of its Impacts.” Workshop on "Mathematical Approaches to Climate Change Impacts - MAC2I" at the Istituto Nazionale di Alta Matematica "Francesco Severi" (INdAM), Italy. Workshop website Abstract

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Ghil, Michael. 2017. “Circulation Regimes for the Hitchhiker Through the Galaxy.” Physics school on Diversity of Planetary Circulation Regimes, in our Solar System and beyond, Les Houches, France, March 2017. Conference website Abstract

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Ghil, Michael. 2017. “The atmosphere and oceans as unsteady flows: Intrinsic variability and time-dependent forcing.” BIRS Workshop 17w5048 - Transport in Unsteady Flows: from Deterministic Structures to Stochastic Models and Back Again. Workshop website Abstract
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2016
Ghil, Michael. 2016. “A Mathematical Theory of Climate Sensitivity: A Tale of Deterministic & Stochastic Dynamical Systems.” 11th AIMS Conf. on Dynamical Systems, Differential Equations & Applications, Honoring Peter Lax’s 90th Birthday, Orlando, FL, July 2016. Abstract

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2013
Ghil, Michael. 2013. “Lecture 1: Data Assimilation: How We Got Here and Where To Next?” Workshop on Mathematics of Climate Change, Related Hazards and Risks, CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico. Abstract

Lecture 1: Data Assimilation: How We Got Here and Where To Next?
Ghil, Michael. 2013. “Lecture 2: Toward a Mathematical Theory of Climate Sensitivity.” Workshop on Mathematics of Climate Change, Related Hazards and Risks, CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico. Abstract

Lecture 2: Toward a Mathematical Theory of Climate Sensitivity
Ghil, Michael. 2013. “Lecture 3 : The Coupled Dynamics of Climate and Economics.” Workshop on Mathematics of Climate Change, Related Hazards and Risks, CIMAT, Guanajuato, Mexico. Abstract

Lecture 3 : The Coupled Dynamics of Climate and Economics
2012

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Ghil, Michael. 2012. “The Complex Physics of Climate Change: Nonlinearity and Stochasticity.” Workshop on Critical Transitions in Complex Systems, Imperial College London, United Kingdom. Conference website Abstract

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Ghil, Michael. 2012. “What is a Tipping Point and Why Do We Care?” EGU 2012. Abstract

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2011
Ghil, Michael. 2011. “Toward a Mathematical Theory of Climate Sensitivity.” International Congress on Industrial and Applied Mathematics (ICIAM), Vancouver. Abstract

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2007
Ghil, Michael. 2007. “Data Assimilation for the Atmosphere, Ocean, Climate and Space Plasmas: Some Recent Results.” Dept. of Meteorology, University of Reading and the NERC Data Assimilation Research Centre (DARC). Abstract

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