Cabot Summer School - Risk and uncertainty in natural hazards
The Cabot Institute will be holding a summer school in July 2012. The school will provide advanced training in risk and uncertainty in natural hazards from the Cabot Institute's leading academics.
The school is open to postgraduates, early career researchers and scientists from industry and government agencies.
- Date: 16 - 20 July 2012
- Venue: Engineers' House, Bristol
- Introduction to risk and uncertainty in natural hazards
- Quantifying and visualising uncertainty
- Model checking and calibration
- Working with spatial data
- Expert elicitation of uncertainties
- Dr Jonathan Rougier - Reader in Statistics, Director of the Bristol Environmental Risk Research Centre (BRISK)
- Prof Steve Sparks FRS - Professor of Volcanology
- Dr Li Chen - expert in spatial statistics with application in environmental and geophysical sciences
- Prof Willy Aspinall - Cabot Professor in Natural Hazards and Risk Science
- £300 Course fees for students
- £500 Course fees for non-students
Cost includes all course materials & lunch.
Accommodation is not provided but we can provide a list of suitable venues for all budgets.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an accommodation list or for more information about the event.
To apply for a place at the Cabot Summer School, please fill in the online application form. The closing date for applications will be Friday 22 June 2012.
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