Very happy to welcome Philippe Colo, who will work on social tipping points, also in collaboration with Isabelle Stadelmann-Steffen from the Institute of Political Science.
Paper on tipping points
Vincent Lam's paper on Abrupt Climate Changes and Tipping Points in the Handbook of Philosophy of Climate Change has finally been published.
Talk at EPSA 2023
Vincent Lam is organising a symposium on Climate Storylines at the 9th biennial meeting of the European Philosophy of Science Association in Belgrade, and is giving a talk on Interdisciplinarity and Values In Earth System Science together with Yannick Rousselot.
Talk at the SILFS 2023 Conference in Urbino, Italy
Mason Majszak will present a talk at the Italian Society for Logic and the Philosophy of Science Triennial International Conference (SILFS 2023) in Urbino, Italy. For more information see the conference website.
Talk in Milan
Vincent Lam is invited to give a talk in the workshop Numbers and Stories: New Directions in Climate Change Research at the Politecnico di Milano.
Paper on expert judgment in climate science
The paper co-authored by Mason Majszak and Julie Jebeile, titled Expert judgment in climate science: how it is used and how it can be justified, has recently been published in Studies in the History and Philosophy of Science.
Talk at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Vincent Lam is invited to give a talk on The epistemology of climate emergency in the PhilETAS research group.
Talk in Geneva
Vincent Lam is invited to give a talk in the Quodlibeta series at the University of Geneva. His talk is entitled Anthropocene, planetary boundaries and tipping points: interdisciplinarity and values in Earth system science.
Paper on machine learning and climate model parameterization
Our paper Machine Learning and the Quest for Objectivity in Climate Model Parameterization (co-authored by Julie Jebeile, Vincent Lam, Mason Majszak and Tim Räz) has just been accepted in Climatic Change.
Talk at the PERITIA conference in Dublin
Mason Majszak will present a talk titled Integrating Localized Expert Judgment for Climate Change Policy Making in the Face of Extreme Events at the Rethinking Policy, Expertise and Trust Conference hosted by the PERITIA research project in Dublin, Ireland. For more information see the program website.
Talk at a PAGES workshop in Potsdam
Vincent Lam will give a talk on Climate modelling and structural stability at a PAGES workshop in the Alfred Wegener Institute in Potsdam.
Julie Jebeile has taken up a CNRS research position at the Centre National de Recherches Météorologiques (CNRM) in Toulouse, congratulations!
Talk at the University of Geneva
Vincent Lam is invited to give a talk in the conference series of PhilEAs. His talk is entitled Epistemology of climate emergency and will be in French (Epistémologie de l'urgence climatique).
Talk at the University of Helsinki
Mason Majszak will give a joint talk with Carlo Martini at the Centre for Philosophy of Social Science in Helsinki, on their co-authored paper Values within Boundaries - Climate Science and Tipping Points. The talk will be in hybrid format, see the seminar page for more details.
Talk at the PSA conference in Pittsburgh
Mason Majszak and Julie Jebeile will present a talk on Expert Judgment in Climate Science within the symposium titled - Consensus and Dissent in Science: New Perspectives - at the 28th Biennial Meeting of Philosophy of Science Association in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. For more information, including an abstract of the talk, see the program website.
Paper on climate tipping points and expert judgement
The paper of Vincent Lam and Mason Majszak on climate tipping points and expert judgement has been published in WIREs Climate Change.
Talk at the University of Tübingen
Our colleague at the Institute of Philosophy Tim Räz will present our paper on Machine Learning and the Quest for Objectivity in Climate Model Parameterization (co-authored with Julie Jebeile, Vincent Lam and Mason Majszak) at the workshop Philosophy of Science Meets Machine Learning (PhilML2022).
Talk at Leibniz University Hannover
Vincent Lam will give a talk on Articulating Modelling and Expert Judgement in the Context of Climate Change at the Workshop in Philosophy of Climate Science.
Talk at the University of Fribourg
Vincent Lam is invited to give a talk at the Geocolloquium entitled The values of geoengineering strategies: the case for a political philosophy of climate science.
Talk at the University Jean Moulin Lyon III
Vincent Lam gives a talk on Climate Change and Philosophy of Science (in French) within the framework of the Master Program 'Ethique, Ecologie, Environnement'.
Talk at the University of Bremen
Vincent Lam is invited to give a talk at the Philosophy Colloquium on Modelling Climate Change: From Probabilities to Possibilities.
Talk at RWTH Aachen University
Vincent Lam is invited to give an online talk at the CSS-HLRS Colloquium on the impact of statistical and machine learning methods on understanding in climate modelling.
Talk at the PSA conference in Baltimore
Mason Majszak will give a talk on the IPCC’s Methodology of Climate Change Detection and Attribution at the 27th Biennial Meeting of Philosophy of Science Association in Baltimore, Maryland.
Talk at the University of A Coruna
Vincent Lam will give a talk on the possibility of climate extremes at the Conference on Climate Change and Studies of the Future organized by the University of A Coruna.
Paper on climate modelling and strutural stability
Vincent Lam has a new paper discussing the issue of structural stability in climate modelling.
Paper on the IPCC Assessment Reports
Julie Jebeile has co-authored a new paper on expert reports by large multidisciplinary groups, based on the case of the International Panel on Climate Change.
Online talk at the Centre National de Recherches Météorologiques
Julie Jebeile gives an online talk related to her paper Model spread and progress in climate modelling, the 30th September 2021, at the seminar of the Centre National de Recherches Météorologiques (CNRM).
Talks at the EPSA conference (University of Turin)
The group will give two talks at the 8th biennial meeting of the European Philosophy of Science Association, one about expert judgement (Mason Majszak and Julie Jebeile) and another about climate extremes (Vincent Lam).
Paper on value management and model pluralism
Julie Jebeile has co-authored a paper on value management and model pluralism in climate science.
Paper on model spread and progress in climate modelling
Julie Jebeile has co-authored a new paper on model spread and progress in climate modelling.
Online talk at the “Values in science” workshop (Institute for Futures Studies)
Julie Jebeile gives with Joe Roussos a talk entitled Usability in climate science: moving from natural science to science-for-policy, the 17th May 2021, at the workshop Values in science, organised by the Institute for Futures Studies.
Paper on numerical instability and dynamical systems
Julie Jebeile has co-authored a new paper on numerical instability and dynamical systems.
Online talk at the IHPST seminar (University Paris 1 & CNRS)
Vincent Lam talks (online) about Extreme events and tipping points in the context of climate change: from probabilities to possibilities at the IHPST Seminar (University Paris 1 & CNRS) on the 8th March 2021.
Paper on statistical downscaling and machine learning
Julie Jebeile and Vincent Lam have co-authored with Tim Räz a new paper on understanding climate change with statistical downscaling and machine learning.
Autumn semester seminar
The seminar Philosophy of science perspectives on the climate challenge starts on the 24th of september. See the full program.
Paper on values and objectivity in the IPCC
Julie Jebeile has published a new paper on values and objectivity in the IPCC.
Mason Majszak joins the project
Mason Majszak joins the project as a PhD student.
Paper on multi-model ensembles in climate science
Julie Jebeile has co-authored a new paper on multi-model ensembles in climate science.
Spring semester seminar
The seminar on Philosophical issues in modeling climate change starts on the 21st of february. See the full program.
Autumn semester seminar
Our autumn seminar on Philosophy of science perspectives on the climate challenge starts on the 10th of october. See the full program.
Julie Jebeile joins the project
Julie Jebeile joins the project.