Digital Twins for predicting problems before they happen

Audio recording from CBC (Canada) March 8, 2024 Watch video


Seeing the Atmosphere Through Machine Learning

NCAR scientist David John Gagne provides an overview of machine learning algorithms commonly used in atmospheric science research, such as in producing more accurate predictions of hailstorms and hurricanes. Watch video


Applied Machine Learning Days

AMLD at EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland: 19-21 feb 2020 Watch video



Guest Lecture by Marcel Salathé Watch video


Virology lectures 2020 (1 of 6)

Professor Vincent Racaniello, Columbia University, NYC Watch video


Asteroid Foundation Technical Briefing 2019 Luxembourg

A technical presentation about asteroids led by experts traveling from around the world. Watch video


Thermodynamics of Computation: Far More Than Counting Bit Erasure

David Wolpert from the Santa Fe Institute at HPC User Forum Watch video


Explaining the link between Cosmic Rays-Ioniztion-Aerosols/CCN-Clouds-Earth Energy Budget

Professor Svensmark, Zentrum für Sonnen-Klimaforschung des Dänischen Nationalen Raumfahrtzentrums, Dänemarks Technische Universität Watch video


Alexei Kitaev and the Value of Toy Models

Simplifications can provide deep insights to complex systems like black holes, explains Alexei Kitaev of the California Institute of Technology Watch video


GEO Climate Workshop

Earth observations for the Paris agreement Watch video


GEO Symposium 2018

Earth Observations for Impact Watch video


2018 Blue Waters Symposium

92 video sessions regarding simulations on the NCSA Blue Waters system Watch video


Planetary Defense Conference 2017, Japan

Discovery of possible asteroids that could impact with Earth Watch video


Planetary Defense Conference 2017, Japan

Discovery of possible asteroids that could impact with Earth Watch video


Reflecting on the Goal and Baseline for Exascale Computing

MeteoSwiss progress in high-res Numerical Weather Forecasting with COSMO and CPU-GPU hardware Watch video


The Materials Project – A Google of Materials

Engineered materials enable society, but what data and algorithms are needed to innovate future useful materials? Watch video


Jagadish Shukla

Maniac Lecture, May 2, 2016 Watch video


Quantum Effect: HPC Without FLOPS

Bo Ewald speaks about D-wave Watch video


Do black holes have no hair?

Prof Stephen Hawking Watch video


AGU Fall Meeting

Presentation videos Watch video


Pivotal Summit

Presentation videos Watch video


Usable Exascale and Beyond Moore's Law

Dr. Horst Simon, Deputy Director of Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) Watch video


Climate change: dealing with uncertainty

Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford Watch video


Proceedings Big Data from Space

ESA Frascati 12-14 November 2014 Watch video


Free will and retrocausality in a quantum world

Professor Tim Palmer (Oxford University) Watch video


Spaceship Earth - Observing our planet from satellites

Organised and first shown 23 May-20 July 2014 at the City of Sydney’s Customs House information centre at Circular Quay, Sydney, the Spaceship Earth show includes around 60 still images and 20 video clips. These have been presented across 13 screens over three floors of the historic venue. This material is being offered to other potential international exhibition venues. Watch video


The beginning and the end

The meaning of life in a cosmological perspective Watch video


Forever Young

Prof Mauro Giacca Watch video


Hans Rosling - 200 years of global change

The first public forum for the launch of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Working Group I Summary for Policymakers, Climate Change 2013: the Physical Science Basis. Watch video


Climate Change: The State of the Science

The first public forum for the launch of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Fifth Assessment Working Group I Summary for Policymakers, Climate Change 2013: the Physical Science Basis. Watch video


Black Holes, Quantum Mechanics and Firewalls

The recent `firewall' controversy argues that Einstein's theory breaks down radically for an observer falling into a black hole. Watch video


IPCC Report 2013 - Insights from Australian scientists

World-leading climate scientists gather in Melbourne to explore the findings and significance of the latest comprehensive report on the science of climate change by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Watch video


Marine microbial mats and our early biosphere

Photosynthetic microbial mats are complete microbial ecosystems that can construct laminated “miniature reefs” called stromatolites. Their fossilized equivalents are among the oldest most abundant evidence of early life. Watch video


To The Asteroids - and Beyond!

Tsiolkovsii and Goddard dreamed of the day when we would have access to the resources of the asteroids. This talk will survey the what, where, how and why of space resource utilization-- and raise the timely question of when. Watch video


Far Out, Up Close: Visualizing the Invisible

David McConville and Charles Alcock at the Aspen Institute Watch video


Itinerant Farming to White House Arrests: A scientist's View of the Climate Crisis

Dr. James Hansen live at NASA Ames Research Center Watch video


How Social Media Might Help You Survive the Next Big Disaster

Leysia Palen speaking at the Santa Fe Institute Watch video


Lorenz, Godel and Penrose

New perspectives on determinism and unpredictability - from climate prediction to fundamental physics Watch video


The Sentinel B612 Telescope - Finding Asteroids Before They Find Us

The Sentinel Space Telescope, the first privately supported deep space mission, is designed to enable humanity to protect our planet from future asteroid impacts. Watch video


Coping with Climate Change: Issues in Science, Policy, and Communication

Dr. John P. Holdren, Assistant to President Obama for Science and Technology, and Director of the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy, Watch video


Climate Change: What's Going On With the Sun?

Throughout the past century, while greenhouse gas (GHG) abundances have been steadily increasing and influencing Earth’s climate, the Sun has remained relatively bright and quiescent. Solar cycles have been steadily active, with instantaneous sunspot numbers at solar maximum exceeding 100 in every cycle since 1893 (Cycle 13). The climate warming we have experienced since the beginning of the modern industrial era cannot be attributed to the Sun. However, the recent minimum between Cycles 23 and 24, and NASA predictions of a substantially lower sunspot number at the 2013 solar maximum, suggest that the Sun’s recent bright and quiescent period may be ending. Watch video

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