Oxford alumni are warmly invited to participate in Meeting Minds 2021 – a week-long virtual event series that allows alumni around the world to come together and experience an array of exciting and innovative talks. Content will be streamed live across four time zones, from New York (EDT), London (BST), Hong Kong (HKT) and Tokyo (JST) with speakers sharing their experiences and expertise across a diverse range of topics.
Reuben Fellow, Philip Stier, is participating in a panel discussion on Tuesday 13th April at 6pm BST (1pm EDT, 1am HKT +1 day). Details are:
Frontiers of climate science: from fundamental physics to digital twin earths
Urgent action is required to halt the increase of global temperatures. But how fast do we have to reduce emissions to meet temperature goals? And since some further warming is inevitable, what weather conditions should we prepare for in the future? Fundamental climate science is key to answering these questions. Join this talk on research innovations that will help get the urgent action required to halt the increase of global temperatures.
- Professor Myles Allen, Professor of Geosystem Science (Oxford Martin School)
- Professor Hannah Christensen, Associate Professor in Physics (Wadham)
- Professor Philip Stier, Head of Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics (Reuben)
Find out more about Meeting Minds