CLIMADEMIC Summer School 2024 – How climate change can drive the emergence of future pandemics

Explore the complex relationship between the Earth’s changing climate and pandemic dynamics at the CLIMADEMIC Summer School 2024, hosted by the Centre for Artificial Intelligence in Public Health Research at the Robert Koch Institute in collaboration with the German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ), the Hasso Plattner Institute (HPI), the University of Potsdam, the ELLIS Network and the Technical University of Applied Sciences Wildau.

The CLIMADEMIC Summer School is aimed at international PhD students or PostDocs with academic backgrounds in climate research and modeling, epidemiology, public health, machine learning, and data science. The primary objective is to equip a new generation of researchers with a sound understanding of the interconnectedness between climate change and human health to address global public health challenges. The lectures will provide an extensive overview on cutting-edge methods in climate research and epidemiology and explore how artificial intelligence can be applied to answer cross-domain research questions. Participants will have the opportunity to expand their knowledge base, acquire new skills and become part of a growing global network.

Join us for an intensive week of learning and interdisciplinary exchange with leading experts.

Participation details
Limited places: 40 places are available at the Summer School
Fees: The registration fee includes access to all curriculum-based activities, a lunch per day and refreshments. Travelling expenses and accommodation must be covered by participants themselves

Standard fee: 450 €
Reduced fee: 150 €
Registration information
Registration is open and closes on 31th May 2024.

We look forward to welcoming you to the CLIMADEMIC Summer School 2024 in Berlin!