Virtual workshop: Weather and climate in the cloud

Monday, 8 February
13:00 13:10
Opening
Speaker: Florian Pappenberger (ECMWF)
10m
13:10 13:15
Organisational notes
Speaker: Stephan Siemen (ECMWF)
5m
13:15 13:30
Setting the scene - Weather and climate in the cloud
Speaker: Stephan Siemen (ECMWF)
15m
Session 1 : Cloud services
13:30 13:50
TBC
20m
13:50 14:10
Climate (CDS) and Atmospheric (ADS) Data Stores: a cloud hosted infrastructure.
Speaker: Angel Lopez Alos (ECMWF)
20m
14:10 14:30
European Weather Cloud - a tailored cloud for our community
Speakers: Stephan Siemen (ECMWF), Joachim Saalmüller (EUMETSAT)
20m
14:30 14:45
European Weather Cloud in action
Speaker: Xavier Abellan (ECMWF)
15m
14:45 15:00
Break & questions
15m
Session 2 : Cloud applications
15:00 15:20
Conducting the ICON Training "in the Cloud" - Lessons Learned
Speaker: Florian Prill (DWD)
20m
15:20 15:40
Development of a cloud-accessible application to bring meteorological data to users in the public health sector in England
Speaker: Bernd Eggen (Public Health England)
20m
15:40 16:00
Enabling Machine Learning for weather and climate data in the cloud
Speaker: Baudouin Raoult (ECMWF)
20m
16:00 16:20
deepGEFF: Forecasting Wildfire Danger with Deep Learning
Speaker: Roshni Biswas (Wikilimo)
20m
16:20 16:40
Geo Engine: Explore and Combine Spatio-Temporal Data in the Cloud
Speaker: Johannes Drönner (University of Marburg)
20m
16:40 17:00
Discussion: Cloud applications
20m
Tuesday, 9 February
Session 3 : Standards
13:00 13:20
WIS2 - A brief introduction
Speaker: Remy Giraud (Météo-France)
20m
13:20 13:40
An introduction to the OGC Environmental Data Retrieval API
Speakers: Chris Little (UK Met Office), Mark Burgoyne (UK Met Office)
20m
13:40 14:00
Canadian Weather Service OGC Standards Implementation
Speaker: Tom Kralidis (Meteorological Service of Canada)
20m
14:00 14:20
Aviso: Enabling notifications for meteorological workflows across HPC and Cloud data centres
Speaker: Claudio Iacopino (ECMWF)
20m
14:20 14:40
OpenWIS Association: Stronger Together
Speaker: Remy Giraud (Météo-France)
20m
14:40 15:10
Discussion on standards: 1) What does the community need? 2) What standards for services do users like to see of data services?
30m
15:10 15:20
Break
10m
Session 4 : Models in the cloud
15:20 15:40
Deploying the MONARCH atmospheric model in the Cloud
Speaker: Kim Serradell Maronda (Barcelona Supercomputing Center)
20m
15:40 16:00
RAPS on AWS
Speaker: Brian Etherton (MAXAR)
20m
16:00 16:20
Discussion : Models in the cloud
20m
Wednesday, 10 February
Session 5 : Big Data processing in the cloud
13:00 13:30
Bridging the gap between Big Earth Data users and future (cloud-based) data systems - Towards a better understanding of user requirements of cloud-based data systems
Speaker: Julia Wagemann (ECMWF / University of Marburg)
30m
13:30 13:50
Pangeo Forge: Crowdsourcing Analysis-Ready, Cloud Optimized Data
Speaker: Ryan Abernathey (Columbia University)
20m
13:50 14:10
Data service for weather data based on zarr and xarray
Speaker: Philipp Falke (MeteoSwiss)
20m
14:10 14:30
JEDI in the Cloud
Speaker: Mark Miesch (JCSDA)
20m
14:30 14:50
The use of real time forecasts for CBRN dispersion and response modelling
Speaker: Tristan Carion (Royal Military Academy Belgium)
20m
14:50 15:00
Break
10m
15:00 15:20
LEXIS and HiDALGO: Enabling Complex Big Data Workflows across HPC and Cloud Centres
Speaker: James Hawkes (ECMWF)
20m
15:20 15:40
Data Tailor Web Service: the cloud-native data customisation at EUMETSAT
Speaker: Alessandro Amici (B-Open)
20m
15:40 16:00
Architecture, Principles and Practices for Enterprise Ready, Multi-Cloud Spatiotemporal Data Platforms
Speaker: Theo McCaie (Met Office)
20m
16:00 16:20
European Weather Cloud under the hood, Improving cloud offering from IaaS to PaaS
Speaker: Vasileios Baousis (ECMWF)
20m
16:20 16:45
Discussion on data services: 1) What does the community need? 2) What services do users like to see?
25m

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