We are happy to announce “Mathematics of the Economy and Climate”, a thematic workshop organized by the Universities of Sydney and Utrecht in collaboration with the Centre for Complex Systems Studies (CCSS, Utrecht) and CliMathNet.
The aim of this collaborative workshop is to gather Climate Scientists, Mathematicians and Economists to address key questions around ongoing climate change and its connections with the development of economic systems. The workshop will address problems related to mathematical modelling, uncertainty quantification and prediction in the coupled climate-economy system. It will highlight interactions between both components and also future policy options (e.g. geoengineering) to limit climate change below dangerous thresholds. There will be ample time for discussion during the workshop in order to facilitate the development of joint projects.
The workshop will be held in the period July 15-17, 2019 at Kontakt der Kontinenten in Soesterberg, the Netherlands.
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Freddy Bouchet (ENS Lyons), Jean-Francois Chassegneux (U. Paris Diderot), Simon Dietz (London School of Economics), Illia Horenko (USI Lugano), Thomas Lontzek (RWTH Aachen), Jean-Francois Mercure (Exeter), Mirabelle Muuls (Imperial College London), Leonard Smith (London School of Economics), Tony Smith (Yale), Detlef van Vuuren (PBL & Utrecht U.)
Organizers: Henk Dijkstra (Utrecht), Jason Frank (Utrecht), Georg Gottwald (Sydney), Anna von der Heydt (Utrecht)
Scientific advisory board: Peter Ashwin (Exeter), Peter Cox (Exeter), Mickael Chekroun (UCLA), Rick van der Ploeg (Oxford)