The key objective of this Workshop is to select appropriate data and/or products from the ocean related Copernicus data providers and Services, for tasks in the fields of Ocean / Earth System Modelling and Operational Ocean Applications. The variables addressed with be SST, wind/stress, sea ice, ocean colour, and related products; apply these data / products in Ocean and Earth System Modelling and operational tasks; discuss applications of Copernicus Marine Data and Products with other experts in the area.
The workshop is dedicated to Ocean / Earth System Modelers and users interested in Copernicus data for operational applications in Europe. Participants should have working experience in either:
a) at least one of the programming languages: FORTRAN, C, C++, R, Python;
b) SNAP or GIS.
This is a blended course, composed of a 2 weeks online phase and a 5 day face-to-face phase.
During the online phase, basic information will be provided, which are helpful during the face-to-face workshop. For ocean modellers, it is highly recommended to reserve approximately 10 hours per week to engage with the content!
The face-to-face phase will be composed of interactive discussions, group work, and practical exercises.
Online Phase: 15 - 26 January 2018
Workshop in Hamburg, Germany: 5 - 9 February 2018
Application deadline: 30 October 2017
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