Siberian Center for Environment Research and Training (SCERT) together with the Institute for Numerical Mathematics RAS (INM), Institute of Monitoring of Climatic and Ecological Systems SB RAS (IMCES), Scientific Research Computer Center of the Moscow State University, Institute of Applied Mathematical Research KarRC RAS, Institute of Northern Water Problems KarRC RAS, Karelia Research Center, Petrozavodsk State University with the anticipated support of WMO, RFBR, NASA, NOAA, and the US and Russian private companies will hold the twelve-days scientific educational action comprising International Young Scientists School on Computational Information Technologies for Environmental Sciences CITES-2013 with the International Conference devoted to the same theme.
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During the first two days, seven general introductory lectures will be presented by leading specialists in the area. Then lecture courses providing deep insight into the theme will be delivered to school attendants during the subsequent five days. The courses will be supported by specially developed practical training.
Please note that during the School the lectures will be delivered in Russian.
The school co-directors are Vasily Lykosov, Evgeny Gordov and Vladimir Mazalov
The School scientific program will be devoted to the following aspects: Modeling of ocean, sea and inland water reservoirs dynamics; Geophysical boundary layers; Hydrophysical fields assimilation system; Regional aspects of atmosphere–hydrosphere interactions; Dynamic and evolutionary models in ecological problems;
The Training Sessions will be run in specially equipped computer classes of
Upon finishing the event, the school attendants will obtain certificates with the list of the courses taken.
Then the school attendees and Lecturers will take part in the CITES-2013 International Conference whose audience will be enlarged by a number of prominent scientists. There, school attendees will be able to present their results and receive new knowledge in the spheres of their interest. At the Conference several additional invited one-hour lectures of leading Russian and foreign specialists on modern problems of computational information technologies development and their application in environmental sciences are planned.
Working language of the Conference is English.
The CITES-2013 Conference will be opened on
Regular CITES thematic sessions will start on
The CITES-2013 conference program will comprise the following sessions:
Session 1. Regional atmosphere processes modeling and analysis
Session 2. Modeling and analysis of regional land surface state and its hydrological regime
Session 3. Regional climate modeling and analysis
Session 4. Data and information-computational systems for Earth System Sciences
Session 5. Mathematical methods in ecology
The NEESPI/SIRS Workshop chaired by Dr. P. Groisman, and Profs.
The Program Committee will invite key specialists in the area to present invited papers covering the state of the art and their recent results obtained in the chosen directions. Also, a limited number of papers will be selected for oral presentation. Most reports will be presented as short oral ones with follow-up poster sessions. Those who would like to present an invited/oral paper, please, contact Dr. Elena Genina (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com), CITES-2013 scientific secretary. Your applications will be considered by the chairmen of the relevant sessions.
The Program Committee will recommend selected papers for publication in the Special Issue of a peer reviewed Journal.
The event is organized under the auspices of the Russian National Committee for IGBP and its Siberian Branch.
The PDF versions of power point presentations of the lectures and presented papers will be published in unrestricted form at the special CITES-2013 web site.
The School will take place at the
The School attendees will be selected on competitive basis by the Program Committee on the basis of the filled Application forms and scientific quality of their contributed paper Submissions. Among main criteria are professional level of the participant, the number of his/her publications and his/her scientific adviser comments and recommendations.
The Conference will take place in the premises of the Karelia Research Center of RAS,
Please book your hotel in advance.
Conference fee includes admission to sessions, conference materials and program, coffee-breaks, conference dinner and boat trip to
Conference fee for young scientists will be reduced.
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The CITES-2013 Chair, Professor Evgeny Gordov