PhD Courses at the Bolin Centre

The Bolin Centre has supported development of the following PhD courses:

Upcoming/Ongoing courses

2019

e-science courses will probably be given in Abisko 2019
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Abisko, Sweden
26/8–1/9 2019

Upcoming/Ongoing courses

2018

Summer Course on Climate Model Simulations

This course will be held in Beijing, China. In this two-week intensive course, we will introduce the climate model simulations from complex climate models. The course intends to teach students to understand the climate models, provide them with the knowledge on climate model experiment design, as well as tools and skills on model output analysis, to investigate certain scientific questions. We will take the different climate scenarios from the past to future, focus on understanding mechanism behind the climate change and climate variability. Several internationally recognized lecturers will give lecture on different topics. Besides the lectures, the course contains exercises on model data analysis, group discussions, presentations and mini research proposal writing. The learning outcomes are to understand what a climate model is and how does it work; know how to design a model experiment according to scientific question; be able to visualize the model data and interpret; formulate and investigate research questions with help of a climate model.

This course is jointly organized by Stockholm University and Institute of Tibetan Plateau, Chinese Academy of Science. Bolin Centre for Climate Research School will fund a few PhD students to participate the course.

Please send an application by addressing the background of your research project and motivation to Qiong Zhang (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.), deadline 15 March 2018.

 

June 18–29, 2018, Beijing, China

Atmospheric science at high latitudes: Online data storage and visualization tools
More information: http://www.atm.helsinki.fi/ABS/courses/2017negi.htm

5 ECTS

 

Andøya, Norway
22/10–2/11

BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES (MO7013/MO7014) an interdisciplinary master- and graduate course

Application deadline January 8 2018

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15 credits (MO7014)
7.5 credits (MO7013)
15/1–16/3
15/1–14/2

 

HEC = Higher Education Credits (1.5 HEC = 1 week full-time studies)

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