Copernicus User Workshop in Croatia

Agenda

 

Copernicus User Workshop in Croatia

Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) & Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)

13-14th November in Zagreb, Croatia

Final Agenda

 Tuesday 13th November

10:00

Welcome

Assistant Minister, Mr Igor Čižmek.

Director

Meteorological and hydrological service

Branka Ivančan-Picek

 

 

 

10:10

Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service, new developments and its product portfolio

Vincent-Henri Peuch, ECMWF

10:30

Overview of CAMS Users, support and training

Xiaobo Yang, ECWMF

10:50

User interaction activities and dialog with users

Thomas Popp, DLR

11:20

CAMS Emissions and improvement of emission data using satellite data

 

Jeroen Keunen, TNO

 

11:40

CAMS Pollen forecasts and links to the AutoPollen Program

 

Michael Sofiev, FMI

12:00 – 13:00

Lunch

 

13:00

Air quality modelling activities in Croatia and how useful is CAMS for these

Sonja Vidič, DHMZ

13:30

CAMS products to improve air quality in the cities and contribute to smart city development

Leonor Tarrasón, NILU

14:00

The green scenario toolbox (CAMS): understanding the influence of various sources under episodes

Augustin Colette, INERIS

 

14:30

Use of CAMS forecast data in airTEXT local air quality forecasting and alert services for Riga and London

Amy Stidworthy, CERC

15:00 – 15:30

Coffee Break

 

15:30 – 16:30

Town hall discussion on Croatian Users and CAMS

  • What is the level of expertise/knowledge that potential users of CAM services and products at county/city/municipality level need?
  • is there enough background information and explanation for intelligent user that is not the expert in the field?
  • how sophisticated are products and can they be used without external help provided by professionals/experts?
  • which administrative level is targeted, which one is best served?

Moderator

Sonja Vidič, DHMZ

Thomas Popp, DLR

16:30 – 17:30

Round table discussion  - National meteorological services and Copernicus:

  • Potentially overlapping products between Copernicus services and National meteorological services, like national climate data reports or national gridded data
  • How we can do both - produce similar products that differ in, e.g. spatial or temporal resolution, expert critical analysis and make potential users aware of the availability of the different levels of the products?

 

Moderator

Sonja Vidič, DHMZ

Leonor Tarrason, NILU

17:30

Concluding remarks and Summary of the day

 

Leonor Tarrason, NILU

18:00

End of the first day

 

 

18:00 -20:00

Evening Event with media briefing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Copernicus User Workshop in Croatia

Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) & Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S)

13-14th November in Zagreb, Croatia

Final  Agenda

 Wednesday 14th November  

9:00

Presentation of C3S and interaction with users

Jean-Noël Thépaut, ECMWF

9:30

The enhanced need for observations and services post COP21 - Copernicus system for monitoring the Earth’s climate

Freja Vamborg, ECMWF

10:00

Climate data store – how to improve access to observations and products

Cédric Bergeron, ECMWF

10:30-11:00

Coffee Break

 

11:00

Introduction to DIAS

Cédric Bergeron, ECMWF

11:30

Emergency service related data and Services (Flood, Forest fire, drought)

Christel Prudhomme, ECMWF

12:00- 13:00

Lunch

 

13:00

Regional climate modeling in Croatia: from basic research to products

Mr Ivan Guettler, DHMZ

13:30

What is going to be a future position of the national climate services in relation to Copernicus C3S development?

Mrs Melita Perčec Tadić, DHMZ

14:00

Corine Land Cover: current status and planed future activities and uses in Croatia

 

Mr Bojan Karaica, CAEN

14:30- 15:00

Town hall e discussion  on the role of national meteorological services in C3S

  • Given that C3S is "in the development phase (climate change monitoring and security application services") it would be worthwhile to find out the EC position on the role of the small national meteorological services participation in the development. Is it the only way to be a part of some consortium?

 

Moderator

Mrs Melita Perčec Tadić, DHMZ

15:00

End of meeting