Network

Regarding institutional collaboration abroad, we have established agreements trying to attain a balance among the different research areas represented at (CR)2 and privileging centers where interdisciplinarity is cultivated.

Also, we have prioritized institutions with whom short- to mid-term exchanges of students, post doctoral fellows, and researchers could be attained or with whom we can submit joint applications to other funding agencies.

Institution Contact Person
Area of collaboration
The International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) , Earth Institute, Columbia University, USA Dr. Walter E. Baethgen

Building concrete climate services.

Addressing interdecadal climate variability and its impacts on water resources.

Stockholm Resilience Centre (SRC), Stockholm University, Sweden Dr. Víctor Galaz

Building social, community and institutional resilience to face climate change.

Centro de Investigaciones del Mar y la Atmósfera (CIMA), Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas & Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina Dr. Carolina Vera

Climate change and Climate Variability in South America; Global and regional climate modeling; Physical Oceanography; Resilience building.

Instituto Argentino de Nivología, Glaciología y Ciencias Ambientales (IANIGLA), Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Tecnológicas , Argentina Dr. Ricardo Villalba

Dendrochronology and climate history.

Hydrology of Andean and forest systems.

High Resolution Limited Area Model (HIRLAM) group Dr. Janette Onvlee

Atmospheric modeling (dynamics and chemistry)

International Development Law Organization (IDLO)Rome, Italy

 

Dr. Marie-Claire Cordonnier

Reviewing coherence among the current legal bodies addressing climate change and other environmental issues.

Centre for International Sustainable Development Law (CIDSL), Faculty of Law, McGill University, Canada Dr. Patrick Reynaud

Review of challenges and best practices regarding legal bodies; development of research methodologies.

Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University, Sweden (MISU) Dr. Annica Ekman

Aerosol-cloud interactions.

Rollings School of Public Health, Emory University, Atlanta, USAhttp://www.sph.emory.edu Dr. Kyle Steenland

Public Health under a climate change.

Met Office Hadley CentreUK

 

Dr. Richard Jones

Climate change modeling, hydrological cycle, interdecadal variability.

In Chile

We have been keen at establishing collaboration agreements with existing centers of excellence:

  • The Center for Mathematical Modeling (CMM) and the National Laboratory for High Performance Computing (NLHPC), with whom we have common interests in applied mathematics, particularly inverse modeling and data assimilation, and in the use and development of high performance computing. This collaboration is fundamental for the work on modeling and observing systems, and it offers a win-win situation for both centers as on the one hand, it reduces substantially the costs in infrastructure for (CR)2, and it impinges new momentum to the activities carried out at CMM and NLHPC.
  • The Andean Geothermal Center of Excellence (CEGA) with whom we foresee cooperation regarding volcanic plumes of oxidized sulfur and halogens, and the use and development of geochemical and isotopic analysis facilities.
  • The Center for Oceanographic Research (COPAS) will complement the development and establishment of observational capabilities in the coastal ocean, as well as share students and post doctoral fellows.

Also, we have established a cooperation agreement with the Center for Energy (CE) at the Faculty for Physical and Mathematical Science, University of Chile. CE encompasses expertise on energy systems, with emphasis on renewable energy. Moreover, CE is the coordinating body for the “Mitigation Action Plans & Scenarios (MAPS)” project conducted by the Ministry for the Environment. Our cooperation will boost CE’s activities regarding climate science and (CR)2 will nourish from CE’ expertise.

We envision establishing similar links with other centers of excellence to be funded in connection with the current call, particularly with those approaching Sustainable Cities, Agriculture, and Aquaculture.