Welcome to the Multisector Dynamics Uncertainty blog! This blog provides a mix of training, discussion of recent publications, and updates on news and UQ/SD events.  If you have content you would like to contribute to the blog, please contact Multisector.Uncertainty@gmail.com.

Faculty/Postdoc Positions

Open Rank Faculty Positions University of Virginia The University of Virginia seeks applicants for an Open Rank- tenure/tenure track position in the broad area of “smart cities and landscapes” as part of a cluster hire in environmental resilience being coordinated through the pan-university Environmental Resilience Institute. https://uva.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/en-US/UVAJobs/job/Charlottesville-VA/Open-Rank-Faculty-Position-in-Environmental-Resilience-and-Equity_R0020593?source=HigherEdJobs  Princeton University The Department of Civil and Environmental…

Parametric Drivers of High-End Sea-Level Hazards Evolve Over Time

By Alana Hough and Tony E. Wong, Rochester Institute of Technology Climate models are critical tools for developing strategies to manage the risks posed by sea-level rise.  While these models are important for improving our understanding of climate risks, there is some uncertainty that is inherent in each parameter in the models.  This model parametric…

The Uncertainty Quantification and Scenario Development (UQ/SD) working group is meeting biweekly (every alternate Friday).

The current focus of the group is on wrapping up a review paper on “Uncertainty and Multisector Dynamics” to be submitted on Earth’s Future Special Issue: Modeling MultiSector Dynamics to Inform Adaptive Pathways. The deadline for the submission is on October 01, 2021. The group has completed a synthesis of relevant literature, and is in…