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11. Workshop zum Schulprojekt Klimawandel
Am 29. September 2016 fand am Deutschen Klimarechenzentrum (DKRZ) und im Großen Hörsaal des Zoologischen Instituts der Universität Hamburg der 11. Workshop des Schulprojekts Klimawandel statt. Vor fast 250 Oberstufen-Schülerinnen und -Schülern, Lehrkräften und Unterstützern des Projekts sowie den Vertretern des Projektteams trugen Schülergruppen von vier Schulen in Schleswig-Holstein ihre Ausarbeitungen über selbstgewählte Themen zum Klimawandel vor.
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20 Jahre Deutscher Bildungsserver
Am 25. November feierte der Deutsche Bildungsserver (DBS) in Frankfurt am Main seinen 20-jähriges Jubiläum.
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Abschluss-Veranstaltung zum Projekt ReKliEs-De
Am 6. und 7. Dezember 2017 findet die Abschluss-Veranstaltung des Verbundprojekts ReKliEs-De in Wiesbaden statt.
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DKRZ and Bull sign contract for HLRE-3
DKRZ chooses Bull for its first Petaflops-scale supercomputer and for cooperation on HPC support for climate research in Germany, as part of an initial contract worth 26 million euro…
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ERA5: Start of the follow-up project of ERA interim
With ERA5, the ECMWF (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts) has extended its series of reanalysis projects.
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French minister of science visits university of Hamburg
On 1st September 2017, the French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation, Prof. Frédérique Vidal, visited the University of Hamburg. Her special interest was in the field of climate research. Previously, Vidal and her German colleague, Johanna Wanka, have agreed in Paris to work more closely on central future issues with a special focus on international climate and energy research.
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Interactive web-visualization of IPCC scenario simulations
The new interactive web visualization platform www.dkrz.de/webvis enables internet users to explore interactively and visually possible future climate changes using their web browsers. The platform displays simulated climate changes from scenario simulations on a rotatable and scalable virtual globe. To date, the data available for visualization include simulated changes in temperature and precipitation over time. For a direct comparison, different scenarios or seasons can be displayed side by side. The data originate from simulations with the earth system model MPI-ESM carried out with respect to the fifth IPCC assessment report.
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Just published: The DKRZ yearbook
The yearbook of DKRZ for the years 2012-2013 show a good profile of all the activities at DKRZ. It summerizes the results of important completed projects and takes a look at ongoing and newly started projects.
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Kick-off for ESiWACE and ESCAPE
ESiWACE and ESCAPE: integrating leading edge climate and weather simulations into Europe’s strategy for High Performance Computing (HPC).
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Kunst trifft Computer – Zur Ästhetik der Visualisierung
Anlässlich der 9. Klimawoche in Hamburg eröffnet Thomas Ludwig am 29. September 2017 ab 13:30 Uhr die Ausstellung „Umwelt im Ökologiediskurs: Sonne – Wasser – Erde – Luft“ im DKRZ.
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