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Selected Talks

2018

Mathematics for Planet Earth Jamboree, March 2018: "Adaptive Modelling of the Atmosphere using Optimal Transport"

2017

PDEs on the sphere workshop in Paris, May 2017: "Optimal Transported Meshes on the Sphere for Global Atmospheric Modelling"

Seminar at Env, UEA, May 2017, May 2017: "Adaptive Modelling of the Atmosphere using Optimal Transport"

2016

ECMWF workshop on numerical and computational methods for simulation of all-scale geophysical flows, October 2016: "Dimension Splitting Errors and a Long Time-Step Multi-Dimensional Scheme for Atmospheric Transport"

Computational Science meets Environmental Science, Reading 15 Sept: "Computational Challenges in Numerical Weather Prediction"

DCMIP Workshop: "Curl-free Pressure Gradients"

Moving Mesh Workshop at Bath: "Optimally transported meshes on the Sphere for Global Atmospheric Modelling"

Fields Institute Workshop: "Optimally transported meshes on the Sphere for Global Atmospheric Modelling"

2011

Gung Ho Project Workshop: "Discretisation Errors on Various Grids of the Sphere"

Gung Ho Project Workshop: "Discriminating Test Cases for Shallow Water Equation Models on the Sphere "

2010

Seminar at University of Exeter "Adaptive Mesh Modelling of the Global Atmosphere"

2009

Talk at PDEs on the Sphere "Predicting Mesh Density for Adaptive Modelling of the Global Atmosphere "

2008

NCAS Climate Meeting "Adaptive Mesh Modelling of the Global Atmosphere"
Seminar at St Andrews "Adaptive Mesh Modelling of the Global Atmosphere"

2005

Workshop at IPSL "The influence of heat flux and wind stress correction on El Nino in HadCM3"
"The influence of heat flux and wind stress correction on El Nino in HadCM3" ENSO workshop at CGAM, April 2005
"Indian and Pacific Ocean-Atmosphere Variability in a Wind Stress Corrected Model" Met department seminar, February 2005
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