The 2015 edition of the ETH-Klimarunde was about climat, policy, and CO2-neutral technologies: "Vision Null: Wege zu einer CO2-neutralen Gesellschaft"
C2SM fosters research across disciplines for a better understanding of the climate and weather systems.
C2SM combines the expertise in climate modeling and data of five partner institutions into one scientific and technical network.
The new Sinergia project crCLIM will develop convection-resolving climate modeling capability for the next generation of supercomputing architectures.
C2SM member Torsten Hoefler is the winner of this year’s Latsis Prize awarded by ETH Zurich for combining theory with application in high-performance computing.
The new National Centre for Climate Services (NCCS) for Switzerland has officially been launched.
The Persian Gulf region may experience heat waves that are dangerous for human health within this century.
The IPCC met in Dubrovnik last week and elected its new Bureau for the Sixth Assessment Report. C2SM member Andreas Fischlin was elected as a Vice-Chair of Working Group II.
The carbon sink in the Southern Ocean was thought to have weakened in recent decades. But a new study shows that the carbon sink has regained its strength to take up anthropogenic CO2.
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Research projects under the umbrella of C2SM investigate the climate system and its components at various spatio-temporal scales.
C2SM provides support in several aspects, including climate modeling, climate data access, and activities related to outreach and education.
C2SM contributes to the organisation of summer schools and master programs, and provides technical training in areas related to climate modeling and data.