Advanced Prediction of Earth and Climate through Big Science, Big Data and Big Computing
- a GoCAS thematic program, August 23-October 5, 2018

Public lectures:
Fuqing Zhang: Data-Model Integration & Uncertainty Quantification for Earth & Climate Systems, September 13
Soroosh Sorooshian, University of California Irvine: Climate Variability and The Global Hydrologic Cycle: Monitoring, Modeling, and Change Prediction, September 17
Kerry Emanuel, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: Climate Change and Climate Risk, September 20
Jean Jouzel: Water isotopes from pole to pole: what do we learn from paleodata?, September 24
Lonnie Thompson: Glacier Archives from the Tropics to the Poles as Recorders and Indicators of Climate Change, September 24
Örjan Gustafsson: Thawing permafrost and light-absorbing aerosols: two grand challenges for climate research in the Arctic and the Third Pole, September 24
Katarina Gårdfeldt: A short overview of the Swedish polar research, September 24
Ruby Leung, U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory: Global Warming and Extreme Events, October 1

Workshop: Interplay between parental care and sexual selection
February 26-March 3, 2018

GoCAS Seminar
Dr Gustavo Requena, Universidade de São Paulo, Brazil:  "What can we learn from weird creatures' behaviours?”, February 23, 2018. Abstract

GoCAS, Analysis and Probability Seminar
Adam Rennie, University of Wollongong: Continuum models for topological insulators, December 5, 2017. Abstract

GoCAS and Mathematical Sciences Seminar
Adam Rennie, University of Wollongong: A mathematical view of the quantum Hall effect, November 22, 2017. Abstract

Existential risk to humanity
- a GoCAS thematic program, September 1-October 31, 2017

GoCAS Seminar
Anders Sandberg, Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford: Near misses, quasi-stationary distributions, and the probability of nuclear war, September 26, 2017. Abstract

GoCAS Seminar
Professor Tao An, Shanghai Astronomical Observatory: The initiatives of building an SKA regional center in Shanghai, August 16, 2017


Where Geometry meets Number Theory
- a conference in honour of the 60th birthday of Per Salberger, July 17-19, 2017

Photosyntetic response to a changing environment
- towards sustainable energy production, July 5-6, 2017 SEB Photosynthesis Gothenburg 2A.pdfSEB Photosynthesis Gothenburg 2A.pdf

Morphology meets Physiology: a Tribute to Pierre Laurent, June 30-July, 2017

GoCAS Seminars
Andrew Fletcher, Newcastle University: Magnetic fields in the multi-phase interstellar medium, Department of Space, Earth and Environment, June 20, 2017
Andrew Fletcher, Newcastle University: How filamentary is that filament? 3D morphology of a random field from its 2D image, June 21, 2017

Origin of Biodiversity
- a cross-disciplinary thematic program on genome evolution and speciation, April 3-June 9, 2017

21st NORDAN conference in Complex Analysis, May 19-21, 2017

GoCAS, Analysis and Probability Seminar
Eero Saksman, University of Helsinki: On Gaussian multiplicative chaos and the Riemann zeta function. March 23, 2017. Abstract

GoCAS seminar
W. M. C. Sameera, Hokkaido University: Computational studies on the reactivity, selectivity, and photophysical properties of transition, March 16, 2017. Abstract abstract-gotheburg.pdfabstract-gotheburg.pdf

GoCAS colloquium
Emmanuel Kowalski (ETH Zürich): A geometric interpretation of some additive problems for primes, November 25, 2016 

N3-days V, conference of the Nordic Number Theory Network
Speakers: Ulrich Derenthal (Leibniz Universität Hannover), Lars Hesselholt (University of Copenhagen), Emmanuel Kowalski (ETH), Yingkun Li (Darmstadt), Simon Rydin Myerson (UCL), Sho Tanimoto (University of Copenhagen), Jeanine Van Order (Universität Bielefeld), Maryna Viazovska (Humboldt University of Berlin), November 25-26, 2016 

GoCAS mini course
Yingkun Li: Hilbert modular forms and arithmetic applications. November 23, November 24 and December 1, 2016

Workshop: Regional climate dynamics over Asia with a focus on Tibet
November 14-15, 2016. Programme: Workshop on regional climate model and reanalysis with a focus on Tibet20161102.pdf

Nordenskjöld Lecture
Prof. Fuqing Zhang, Department of Meteorology and Department of Statistics, Pennsylvania State University: Predictability and dynamics of weather and climate at the regional scale, November 11, 2016

Taking the next step in Svalbard snow research – Phase II
9-11 November 2016, Dept. Earth Science, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden

GoCAS Colloquium: Yingkun Li
Mock theta functions and Modularity, October 13, 2016

Joint GoCAS Seminar and Analysis Seminar: Hong-Quan Li, (Fudan University, Shanghai)
Some problems of analysis on manifolds, October 4, 2016

Joint GoCAS Seminar and CAM Seminar with Raphael Kruse (TU Berlin and GoCAS guest researcher)
Statistics meets numerics: What do we gain from the randomization of deterministic problems?, September 14, 2016

GoCAS Popular Science Lecture: On the role of Mathematical research in scientific discovery
The speaker is Fima Klebaner, Chair of Statistics, Monash University, Australia, September 5, 2016

Workshop in Number Theory and Dynamics
18-19 August 2016, Mathematical Sciences

GoCAS- och matematikkollokvium with Pär Kurlberg
Nodal length statistics for arithmetic random waves,
18 August, 2016

GoCAS Popular Science Seminar: Origins of Habitable Planets
The speaker is Leonardo Testi, European Southern Observatory who is chair professor at Chalmers, June 3, 2016

Research programme: Origins of Habitable Planets

During six weeks, researchers in the fields of physics, chemistry, astronomy, geology and engineering gather in Gothenburg with one common goal: To advance our understanding of how planets which can harbour life are formed, May 2-June 10, 2016

GoCAS Seminar with Shalom Lappin, Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, and Devdatt Dubhashi, Computer Science and Engineering: AI Dangers: Imagined and Real, May 11, 2016
AI-Dangers_Part_1.pdf   AI-Dangers_Part_2.pdf

GoCAS Seminar with Olle Häggström, Dept of Mathematical Sciences, and 
Björn Sandén, Dept of Energy and Environment: Here Be Dragons: Science, Technology and the Future of Humanity, February 11, 2016

N3-days III, December 4-5
Speakers: Jan Hendrik Bruinier (Technical University of Darmstadt), Pietro Corvaja (University of Udine), Gerard Freixas i Montplet (Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu - Paris VI), Terry Gannon (University of Alberta), Harald Andrés Helfgott (Göttingen University), Jürg Kramer (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin), Fabien Mehdi Pazuki (University of Copenhagen)

Joint GoCAS- and Mathematics-Physics Colloquium: Terry Gannon, University of Alberta: Modular forms and almost-nice vertex operator algebras, December 4, 2015

GoCAS Seminar with Christoph Dürr, Pierre and Marie Curie University (Paris 6): Introduction to online algorithms and the multi-level aggregation problem, November 30, 2015

Centre Day 2015, November 12
The Centre Day is the final event to bring together VINN-Excellence- and Berzelii Centres which join Swedish universities, research institutes and industry in research and innovation. The VINN-Excellence and Berzelii Centres are soon coming to an end after ten years of operation and it is now time to summarise and look on the future.

International workshop on Many-body phenomena in graphene, October 26-27
The continuing trend to miniaturization of devices in modern technology reaches the fundamental physical limits of current materials. The search for novel structures with new functionalities has brought graphene into the focus of research. graphene_workshop_poster.pdf

Seminar with Anton Chyrkin
: Oxide scales for protection of NiCrAl-base alloy: from protectiveness to “breakaway” oxidation, September 10, 2015

Inauguration of Gothenburg Centre for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology, May 5, 2015

Published: Wed 09 Jan 2019.