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The famous N. Bourbaki Seminar dedicated its Nov. 2021 session to the research at the Einstein Institute!

5 January, 2022

 

The famous N. Bourbaki Seminar dedicated its Nov. 2021 session to the research at the Einstein Institute!

Links to the pdf of the preprint are available next to the title of each lecture, on the website:

https://www.bourbaki.fr/seminaires/2022/Prog_nov-21.html

Full text will be published on the Asterisque journal.

 

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Dr. Assaf Hochman

6 March, 2021

Dr. Assaf Hochman

Institute of Earth Sciences

Predictability of Extreme Weather across spatial and temporal scales (PredEx)

Hobbies

Martial arts and rock climbing

Dr. Hochman is recruiting students to his lab

My research focuses on predicting extreme weather across time and spatial scales, from regional to global and beyond. Our work addresses the issue of weather and climate predictability from different perspectives including physical observations, computer modelling and mathematical/statistical theory.