Recent Talks

I aim to reduce my work-related carbon emissions by not flying to conferences. If invited to give overseas talks, I offer to make a remote virtual contribution using videoconferencing technology.  These are marked below with a *star.

    • Invited talk: TBC, HORSE2017, QMUL, 2017
    • Invited talk: TBC, Models2Decisions Annual Conference, Exeter, 2017
    • *Contributed talk: The Global 2050 Calculator project, CliMathNet Virtual Outreach Conference, 2016;
    • Organiser: Climate science for decision-making, LSE, 2016;
    • Organiser: Evidence-based decision-making in a new climate, LSE, 2016;
    • Guest lecturer for MSc course (Global Environmental Change and Policy), 2012/13/14/15/16;
    • Contributed talk: Implications of the IPCC’s expert judgements about the capabilities of climate models, CliMathNet workshop, Totnes, 2015;
    • Organiser: Understanding Uncertainty in Environmental Modelling (NERC Advanced Training, 4 workshops in total), LSE, 2014 and 2015;
    • Contributed talk: Understanding what the IPCC actually said about climate in 2100, Calculating and Communicating Uncertainty conference, London, 2014;
    • *Invited talk: Using evidence to inform good climate policy decisions, Philosophy of Science Association conference, Chicago, 2014;
    • Invited seminar: Challenges of providing information for decision-makers, GRI, 2014;
    • Guest lecturer for 1st and 2nd year Geology UG, Imperial College, 2010/12/14;
    • *Invited talk: From model-world to reality, IESP Workshop on Environmental Modeling, Munich, 2014;
    • Invited talk: Limitations of modelling climate control, Climate Engineering Conference, IASS Potsdam, 2014;
    • Invited seminar: The Global Calculator, Reading University, 2014;
    • Invited seminar: Severe uncertainty in climate change information, LSE, 2014;
    • Invited seminar: Statistical challenges in climate research, QMUL Statistics Dept, 2013;
    • *Invited webinar at Climate-Friendly Climate Research conference, Vienna, 2013;
    • Invited seminar: Why climate science is difficult, London Mathematical Laboratory, 2013;
    • Invited talk: Assessing the evidence: How decision-makers could gain useful insight from climate model results, The Roles of Climate Models conference, Eindhoven, 2013;