The science behind CervestTackling the most complex and critical climate challenges using Earth Science AI
Cervest is powered by rigorous research led by some of the world’s sharpest academic minds. Our world-leading research team has published more than 80 peer-reviewed scientific papers, cited more than 3,000 times, in renowned publications including:
- Nature Climate Change
- Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS)
- Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society (BAMS)
- Journal of the Royal Statistical Society
- Astrophysical Journal
- Advances in Space Research
We also present at top-tier Machine Learning conferences NeurIPS and ICML, and work collaboratively with Imperial College and Oxford University. For our work on frontier machine learning, we partner with the esteemed Alan Turing Institute. Ethics is a frequent topic of research (and a core commitment for all our endeavours): we have presented on ethics in relation to AI, and the first foundational paper we published considered ethics and climate change.
Agnes Schim van der Loeff
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Our current research focus
Computer vision and Bayesian statistics to harmonise datasets across varying timescales, resolutions and geographies, and from different data sources
Machine learning and AI to tie together climate signals from multiple scientific models that previously worked in silos.