Scale interactions, data-driven modeling, and uncertainty in weather and climate

Ingolstadt, March 27-30, 2023

The conference brings together researchers working on consistent modeling, data-driven approaches, and uncertainty in short-to-medium term forecasting with researchers on related questions on climate scales. It aims to interlink recent advances in both fields and showcase new developments the underlying theory, methods, and parametrizations.


  • uncertainty quantification and predictability
  • parametrizations and structure-preserving and invariant-conserving schemes
  • data-driven modeling and machine learning, data assimilation
  • waves in atmosphere and ocean, wave-vortex interactions

The conference is supported by the German Collaborative Research Networks TRR 165 “Waves to Weather” and TRR 181 “Energy Transfers in Atmosphere and Ocean” funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG). It will feature highlights from within the networks as well as contributions from the global research community.

Local Organizers

Tijana Janjic
Marcel Oliver