Synthesis of Statistics, Data Mining and Environmental Sciences in Pursuit of Knowledge Discovery (17w5076)
Leticia Ramirez Ramirez (Centro de Investigacion en Matematicas)
Vyacheslav Lyubchich (University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science)
Yulia Gel (University of Texas at Dallas)
The primary goal of this 5-days workshop is to discuss innovative multi-disciplinary approaches to analysis, modeling and prediction of environmental processes and their societal impact, with a particular focus, on modern statistical and data mining methods for information fusion, uncertainty quantification and propagation. The workshop will highlight a number of such tightly interwoven themes as uncertainty quantification in climate modeling and its impact on end users; climate-induced risk management, adaption and sustainability; climate-sensitive epidemiology, and climate modeling, urban analytics and data mining.