The workshop “Digital social science: Developing a research agenda on climate change and society” will take place in Hamburg on November 15–16, 2018.
This small workshop brings together different communities from the social sciences and the communities of climate modelers and data scientists. The goal of the workshop is to develop a research agenda for applying cross-disciplinarity between digital social science, digital climate science, and applied data science – especially for observation, simulation, analysis, visualization, and long-term preservation – in the context of climate change and society. In Hamburg, we build on a long tradition of bringing together social sciences and natural sciences to understand how the climate system is changing, and how society changes with it. Climate change is treated here as an experienced and anticipated phenomenon. We are interested in the societal conditions of climate mitigation and decarbonization, as well as in societal adaptation to the consequences of climate change. […]
The deadline for submissions is August 15, 2018.
For more information, check the full Call for Papers (PDF).