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Dominic co-chairs the 1st ACM Workshop on Programming for the Planet in London

22 May 2024

The 1st ACM Workshop on Programming for the Planet brought together researchers from computer science to discuss how to close the gap between state-of-the-art programming methods being developed in academia and the use of programming in climate analysis, modelling, forecasting, policy, and diplomacy. The event was co-...

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University Information Services, Cambridge, UK

Applications are invited for the position of Engineering Lead at the Institute of Computing for Climate Science (ICCS). In the face of...

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Computational modelling is key to climate science. But models are becoming increasingly complex as we seek to understand our world in more depth and model it at higher fidelity. The Institute of Computing for Climate Science studies and supports the role of software engineering, computer science, artificial intelligence, and data science within climate science.

The institute comprises a collaboration between Cambridge Zero, the Departments of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics (host department of the institute), Computer Science and Technology, and University Information Services at the University of Cambridge.

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