SCRiM to take part in new, five-year DOE award

16 January 2017

SCRiM participants – K. Keller, R. Nicholas, M. Webster, M. Haran, C. Forest, P. Reed, and I. Sue Wing – to take part in a $20 million, five-year project with the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) seeking to create a state-of-the-art framework of computational tools that will help to assess the impacts of weather-related variability and change. Dr. Fisher-Vanden, a SCRiM collaborator, will serve as a co-director for this project. ‹‹read more››

New openings for Postdoctoral Researchers and Scientific Programmer

15 November 2016

SCRiM and Penn State’s Earth and Environmental Systems Institute are seeking three Postdoctral Researchers and a Scientific Programmer. ‹‹read more››

SCRiM Researchers help launch new Mid-Atlantic RISA

9 November 2016

Klaus Keller, Robert Nicholas, and Robert Lempert will take part in MARISA (Mid-Atlantic Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments), a new, five-year, $3.6 million award from NOAA. Dr. Nicholas will lead efforts to develop localized, context-specific climate climate data products that capture key uncertainties and better address stakeholder needs, while Dr. Keller will co-lead project focused on training a new leaders in climate-change adaptation and risk management. MARISA will benefit from many open-source tools, methods, and datasets developed under SCRiM. ‹‹read more››