Julie Carreau, Hydrosciences Montpellier

Characterization of homogeneous regions for regional peaks-over-threshold modeling of heavy precipitation

Rick Katz, NCAR

 Penultimate Approximations for Weather and Climate Extremes


Doug Nychka, NCAR

 Extremes in regional climate: What to do with 8,000 histograms?


Dan Cooley, Colorado State University

Assessing Regional Climate Models’ Ability to Produce Extreme Precipitation


Andrea Toreti, European Commission

Precipitation extremes in the Mediterranean region and associated upper-level synoptic-scale atmospheric structures


Maxime Taillardat, Météo, France

Non-parametric postprocessing of ensemble forecasts for extreme and rare events: a focus on daily rainfall using weighted scoring rules for verification 


Whitney Huang, Purdue University

Estimating changes in temperature extremes from millennial scale climate simulations using generalized extreme value (GEV) distribution


Alexis Hannart, CNRS

Specific and generic attribution of climate extreme events

Imme Ebert-Uphoff

Causal Discovery for the Geosciences 101


Chris Paciorek, University of California, Berkeley

Some considerations and methods for uncertainty quantification for event attribution


Prashant Sardeshmukh, CIRES

Towards a more physically based approach to extreme value analysis in the climate system


Flavio Lehner, NCAR

Dissecting high and low temperature events with a dynamical adjustment technique based on constructed analogues


Yoann Robin, LSCE, France 

Distance between Butterflies


Raphael Huser, KAUST University, Saudi Arabia

Modeling jointly low, moderate and heavy rainfall intensities without a threshold selection


Debbie Dupuis, HEC, Montreal

Modeling the extremes of temperature time series


Valérie Chavez, Lausanne University, Switzerland

High-frequency data modeling using Hawkes processes


Juan Restrepo, Oregon State University

Defining a Trend of a Multi-Scale Time Series


Karen McKinnon, NCAR

Forced and unforced changes in the shape of summer temperature distributions


Ben Shaby, Pennsylvania State University

Latent Variable Models for Environmental Extremes


Daniel McDonald, Indiana University

On the Nyström and Column-Sampling Methods for the Approximate Principal Components Analysis of Large Data Sets


Jonathan Jalbert, McGill University, Montréal

A spatio-temporal model for extreme precipitation simulated by a climate model


Reik Donner, PIK, Germany

Event Coincidence Analysis for Quantifying Simultaneities in Sequences of Extremes Among Variables and Regions


 Jenny Wadsworth, Cambridge University, UK

Statistical modeling with multivariate generalized Pareto distributions


Simone Padoan, Bocconi University, Milan

Modelling the extremal dependence with Bernstein polynomials


Brook T. Russell, Clemson University

Modeling the Spatial Behavior of the Meteorological Drivers of Extreme Ozone


Linda Mhalla, Geneva University, Switzerland

Semi-parametric estimation of non-stationary Pickands dependence functions


 Emeric Thibaud, Colorado State University

Bayesian inference for spatial extremes

Yen-Ning Huang, North Carolina State University

A Complete Downscaler