13 October 2022: Research Area B meeting
Location: GUF Frankfurt
11-16 September 2022: Summer School
The TPChange Summer School for Early Career Researchers within the research center will take place in Neustadt an der Weinstraße.
24 June 2022: TPChange Campaign Meeting
In late summer 2023, the TPChange Campaign will take place in Northern Germany.
On 24 June 2022, scientific tasks rather than technical aspects will be the main purpose to meet. We plan for short talks by the individual groups focusing on the individual scientific goals. This will also include the forecasting groups or modelling activities to best combine the different approaches. The meeting will take place in Mainz.
3 May 2022: Git Course for Early Career Researchers
Within TPChange we offer the possibility to use a source code management with the open source version control system Git (https://git-scm.com/) and the software package Gitlab which comes as a web application (gitlab.rlp.net).
An introduction course to Git was given online by Dr. Jörg Steinkamp from the JGU Data Center on 3 May 2022 between 9:00-13:00.
14-16 March 2022: Annual Meeting
All TPChange members met for the first scientific conference in Bad Kreuznach. Poster sessions, invited talks by Prof. Ottmar Möhler, Prof. Heini Wernli and Prof. Michaela Hegglin and discussions about cooperations within the research areas were part of the agenda.
07 December 2021: C07 project meeting
Workshop on model diagnostics
6 October 2021: Kick-Off Meeting PhD and Postdocs
Speaker Prof. Peter Hoor welcomed the new PhD students and Postdocs to TPChange. After an introduction to the scientific goals of the research center, everybody introduced themselves. In the end, the group was divided into smaller groups where they discussed expectations and wishes for TPChange activities for Early Career Researchers.
27 September 2021: Kick-Off Meeting
On 27 September 2021 we met for our official Kick-Off meeting. Not in person, unfortunately, but with subgroup discussions and an interactive poster session we were still able to get in contact with each other.
After a short introduction and the approval of formals, we talked about a common data management ground. Each project presented a poster in the following session and in the late afternoon the three Research Areas A/B/C met in order to plan collaborations within the first year. After that we talked about how the individual projects come together in the central activities: synthesis of observational data and synthesis of modelling.
A total of about sixty people joined the meeting, among them about twenty new PhD students and Postdocs.