Predicting Rare Events in Climate Science

14:20-14:30, January 27 @ 5ABC

Talk/ Overview

We study the problem of rare event prediction for a class of slow-fast nonlinear dynamical systems. The state of the system of interest is described by a slow process, whereas a faster process drives its evolution. By taking advantage of recent advances in machine learning, we present a data-driven method to predict the future evolution of the state. We show that the method allows confident prediction of a rare transition event in a bi-stable system driven by a fast Lorenz-63 system at least several time steps in advance. 

Talk/ Speakers

Soon Hoe Lim

Nordita Fellow, Nordic Institute for Theoretical Physics

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Talk/ Highlights


Predicting Rare Events in Climate Science

With Soon Hoe LimPublished March 11, 2020

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