Posts by Florian Hartig

Report from PROFOUND at IUFRO 2017 in Freiburg, Germ...

Report from PROFOUND at IUFRO 2017 in Freiburg, Germany

PROFOUND was well-represented at the IUFRO 125th Anniversary Congress in Freiburg Germany, with a session titled “Towards robust projections of forests under climate change” organized by action chair Christopher Reyer. The session featured talks on results from PROFOUND WGs and TGs, as well as a few invited speakers with complementary interests. Below a few impressions […]

Report from the 3rd PROFOUND spring school on model calibration and the subsequent WG3 meeting in Grenoble, Fra...

A big thanks to all participants / lecturers of our 2017 PROFOUND spring school on Bayesian calibration, forecasting and multi-model predictions of process-based vegetation models, and the subsequent WG3 meeting on the same topic. The aim of the spring school was, as ever, to teach Bayesian methods for the calibration of process-based models. The training […]

Report from TG18 and TG2/3 Meeting in Pots...

From March 8th-10th, 2017 the members of the PROFOUND task groups 2, 3 and 18 have attended a meeting at the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research in Germany. Below you can find some of the presentations held during the workshop. TG2/3 Overview Presentation by Christopher Reyer // slides Presentation of ISIMIP bias-correction method by […]

Apply now for PROFOUND spring school on vegetation model calibration and subsequent WG3 meeting in May 2017, Grenoble, Fra...

Dear colleagues, we are happy to announce two PROFOUND events that will take place back to back in May in and around Grenoble, France. The first event is our third PROFOUND training school on model calibration 5th-10th of May 2017 in the mountains close to Grenoble. Details and application procedure can be found here. The […]

Report from the PROFOUND spring school on Bayesian calibration, forecasting and multi-model predictions of process-based vegetation mod...

A big thanks to all the people that have participated in this year’s PROFOUND Spring School: Bayesian calibration, forecasting and multi-model predictions of process-based vegetation models in Rencurel / Grenoble, France. For those that missed it – the program of the course is here. Keep in touch, and stay Bayesian 😉  

Report from the WG 3 meeting 2016, Grenoble, Fra...

The meeting of WG3 (see also invitation) concentrated on discussing the progress of WG 3 infrastructure (R packages) TG13: Model calibration review TG14: MCMC comparison TG15: Models with multiple data types The status of these TGs is that The model calibration R package is operational and will be released soon (contact Florian Hartig if you […]

WG 3 meeting and subsequent spring school on forest model calibration in May, Grenoble, Fra...

WG 3 meeting and subsequent spring school on forest model calibration in May, Grenoble, France

We are happy to announce two PROFOUND events that will take place back to back in May in and around Grenoble, France. The first event is a WG 3 meeting including TGs 13,14,15 20th-21th of May in Grenoble city. Details can be found here. The second event is our second PROFOUND training school on model […]

Report from the general PROFOUND meeting 2015 in Novi Sad, Ser...

On 11/12th of November 2015, the joint MC and WG meeting of PROFOUND took place in Novi Sad, Serbia. The ~85 participants enjoyed exciting scientific presentations, discussed ongoing and future research activities of PROFOUND, and walked through the beautiful streets of Novi Sad. A special thanks goes out to the PROFOUND Steering Group, the local […]

4th STSM call is open until 6th December 20...

4th STSM call is open until 6th December 2015!

We are pleased to announce that the 4th STSM call is open from now until 6th December 2015! All details and instructions on how to apply can be found at out STSM overview page.

Report from TG 4 Mortality Workshop in Novi Sad / Ser...

Prior to the general assembly of PROFOUND in Novi Sad, starting tomorrow, we had a 2-day workshop of TG4 on the implementation of mortality processes in vegetation models. A big thanks to Harald Bugmann for organizing this event. For all those that would like to see what was discussed: here are the slides from the […]

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