Intense Weekend Course in Climate Extremes Analysis

30.10 - 01.11.2015  
Bad Gandersheim, Germany
Contact person:
Manfred Mudelsee, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Registration deadline: 29 October 2015 (on site)
Maximum number of participants: eight (first come, first serve)
Course fee: 1810 EUR net

Fee covers: software, including a full version of the Caliza(TM) climate risk analysis package (list price net 850 EUR); hardcopy of the textbook (list price 150 EUR); accomodation; all meals for three days; shuttle service to/from the local railway station, Kreiensen

Registration and more information:

Course summary

Hands-on computer tutorials on real-world climate data, such as floods or hurricanes. Theoretical background of statistical extremes analysis. Focus on non-stationarity to take into account climate change.

Course description

The course is tailored to the needs of advanced students and researchers in climatology and related fields (Geography, Geology, Hydrology or Meteorology). It is also suitable for actuaries, physicists and mathematicians who wish to learn about the climate and its extremes.

Case studies include: Hurricane risk from proxy series during the past millennium; River runoff simulated by climate models; River floods during the past centuries.

The course consists of lectures and extensive hands-on training in computer tutorials. Participants are strongly encouraged to bring their own data for discussion and analysis during the course. The number of participants is limited to eight to allow in-depth consultation with the course holder and textbook author, Manfred Mudelsee.


Dr. Manfred Mudelsee
Chief Executive Officer
Climate Risk Analysis - Manfred Mudelsee e. K. (HRA 20 13 94)
Kreuzstrasse 27, Heckenbeck
37581 Bad Gandersheim

Telephone: +49 5563 9998140
Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Skype: mudelsee1