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    To apply for the courses in the Short Courses on Data Discovery for Weather, Oceanography, Air Quality and Climate, please click here

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    • Online Training 31 October – 25 November 2022

      EUMETSAT and the Oceanography & Earth Observation Group of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens are jointly organizing the training course “Supporting Marine Earth Observation Applications (SMA)”. In this course participants will learn how to independently access and process data from the EUMETSAT product catalogue for their marine workflows and applications. The focus will be on data streams from EUMETSAT Copernicus marine missions (Sentinel-3; Sentinel-6) and derived downstream products, those derived from Copernicus supporting missions, and those made available by the Ocean and Sea-Ice Satellite Application Facility (OSI SAF).

      Training will take place entirely online and through two phases.

      1.     The first, self-paced phase will take place between 31 October and 18 November 2022 and will take approximately 9-15 hours in total to complete. It will involve self-paced flexible learning through webinars, forums and technical checks (particularly for software installations), documentation and assignments.

      2.     The second, virtual classroom phase will be take place between 21 and 25 November 2022 using Zoom and other collaborative tools. This phase will be made up of interactive tutorials, live demos, group work, and 1:1 meetings. During this intensive week, which will require 5-7 hours of participation each day, we will focus on co-creating a mini-project directly relevant to the participant's application of interest.

      To apply, please complete the form below.

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    • This course is an introduction to Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML) and Deep Learning (DL) applied to Earth observation data. The aim of the course is to provide an overview of machine learning potential for EUMETSAT data and the main machine learning techniques, with hands-on modules using real world data. The course is composed of different modules, addressing both theory and practical examples.

       

       

      Dates and location:  27- 29 September 2022, in Darmstadt, Germany
      Applications closed on 13 July

      We will cover: 

      • the main branches of machine learning: Supervised and Unsupervised Learning.
      • Deep Learning.
      • Existing open source tools.
      • How to build AI workflows.
      • Hands on: classification, regression, clustering and image classification tasks.

      Target Audience

      Member State weather and associated services starting to work in AI/ML on weather data.
      The course is aimed at people with little prior knowledge. You will need to be comfortable to edit some python using Jupyter notebooks. 

      Expected outcomes
      At the end of the course you will be able to:

      • understand how to address your problem using machine learning techniques;
      • create you own workflow based on the templates provided in the course;
      • find tools from the various existing libraries;
      • appreciate the limitations of you knowledge and where to find expert knowledge. 

       How to apply

      If you already have an account on this platform, use the link below to submit your application form.
      Otherwise, please make sure you create an account: click on Login (on the top right section of the page), create a new user (Create an account), and follow the procedure. With your new account, please log in, then access the 'Apply for Courses' section, and submit your application form.

      In case of any problem, please contact the training team at training@eumetsat.int.


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    • The European Space Agency (ESA), the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT), and the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecast (ECMWF) with the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) are organising a fourth joint school on Atmospheric Composition with a focus on chemistry and climate.

      The school will be fully online with lectures, debates and practical sessions. We aim at fully involving participants in an interactive way.

      This event follows the third joint school that took place in December 2021.

      Dates:

      • 28 - 30 September: lectures (open to all)
      • 4 - 6 Oct: hands-on practical session (restricted to selected participants)

      The specific goals of this training course are:

      • provide an end-to-end overview of observations, remote sensing, modeling and science questions; 
      • enhance the capacity to access and analyse state-of-the-art datasets;
      • foster collaboration amongst participants and encourage the development of individual and team projects using the data, resources and methodologies presented.

      Attendance to the practical part (4-6 October) is limited to a selected number of participants to ensure a fully interactive course.

      Application deadline: 3 September 2022 by 12:00 CEST.

      Target audience:

      Early-career scientists, researchers from academia and research institutes, young scientists from industry, and anyone interested in atmospheric composition monitoring and modeling. 

      For more information on the course, please go to http://atmostraining.info

      How to apply

      If you already have an account on this platform, use the link below to submit your application form. Otherwise, please make sure you create an account: click on Login (top right section of the page), create a new user (Create an account) and follow the procedure. Once the account has been created, please log in, then access the 'Apply for Courses' section and submit your application form. If you have any problem, please contact the Training Team (training@eumetsat.int).

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    • National services are at the forefront of gathering early-warning, forecasting, and monitoring fires, together with preparedness actions. Earth observation data feeds monitoring and forecasting, by generating specific products and data-sets tailored to support each phase of the observation and management of a wildfire event. 

      This three-day hybrid workshop aims to:

      • discover and train on existing and new earth observation products;
      • learn from national services' activities and users' networks;
      • discuss needs and priorities for a better user guidance and preparation.

      Dates:
      18-20 October 2022,
      hybrid format (maximum 25 people onsite) at IPMA, Lisbon, Portugal.

      Participation can either be online or onsite, at IPMA, in Lisbon. Online attendance is open to all interested participants for all the sessions in the workshop, attendance at IPMA premises is restricted to a maximum of 25 participants. Registration is required for both online and onsite participation (by 15 August).

      Priority for onsite attendance will be given to applicants working in wildfires monitoring and forecasting already engaged or wishing to engage with earth observation, and to nationals and institutions of countries adhering to the Copernicus programme.

      During the registration process, it is possible to submit a poster to be discussed during the poster session.

      More information on the 2022 Workshop can be found at this page: https://training.eumetsat.int/course/view.php?id=462

      How to apply:

      If you already have an account on this platform, use the link below to submit your application form. Otherwise, please make sure you create an account: click on Login (on the top right section of the page), create a new user (Create an account), and follow the procedure. With your new account, please log in, then access the 'Apply for Courses' section, and submit your application form.

      In case of any problem, please contact the training team at training@eumetsat.int.

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    • SEEMET is a regular yearly training initiated and organized by National Meteorological and Hydrological Services of South-East Europe, and supported by EUMETSAT, Eumetcal, EUMeTrain and ECMWF. Training includes using of satellite data and products as well as ECMWF products in forecast operations. 

      SEEMET 2022 will be a Basic satellite course, extended with contribution from ECMWF. The training will also serve as a user preparation event for Meteosat Third Generation (MTG).

      Since it is a basic course, it is targeted to young forecasters or forecasters with less experience in satellite data interpretation. 

      The objective of the course is to introduce participants to basics of satellite remote sensing and to increase their skills in satellite image interpretation and use of satellite data, in combination with NWP data, in weather analysis and forecast.  

      The topics will cover: 

      1. Basic remote sensing, satellite channels, introduction to MTG.
      2. Identifying cloud types in satellite data and products, cloud microphysics.
      3. Introduction to ECMWF products.
      4. Identifying synoptic and mesoscale features in satellite images and NWP data, conceptual models.
      5. Identifying land surface features.
      6. Dust, smoke and aerosols in satellite data.

      Candidates need to come from SE Europe  National Meteorological Services. The applications to this course are based on the nominations by the heads of NMHSs.

      Dates: 14 - 18 November 2022

      Location:  MASHAV's international training center, Shefayim, Israel.

      Applications close on 16 September 2022.

      How to apply:

      If you already have an account on this platform, use the link below to submit your application form. Otherwise, please make sure you create an account: click on Login (on the top right section of the page), create a new user (Create an account), and follow the procedure. With your new account, please log in, then access the 'Apply for Courses' section, and submit your application form.

      In case of any problem, please contact the training team at training@eumetsat.int.

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    • To apply for the courses in the Short Courses on Data Discovery for Weather, Oceanography, Air Quality and Climate, please click here

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      • ESSL and EUMETSAT organise a series of testbeds to prepare forecasters from the EUMETSAT Member States for data from Meteosat Third Generation (MTG) and Metop Second Generation (Metop-SG) satellites. These testbeds are organized both to teach forecasting severe convective storms using state-of-the-art or even experimental forecasting tools, and to evaluate such tools. At these events forecasters will learn by doing, by making severe weather forecasts and nowcasts using a mix of new nowcasting and forecasting tools, followed by a verification. Particular focus will be given to the use of proxy-MTG satellite data (e.g., from the NASA MODIS, NOAA VIIRS and Sentinel-3/OLCI instruments) and, once operationally available, real data from MTG in order to prepare forecasters for the use of next-generation satellite data. In addition, a range of state-of-the-art nowcasting tools and numerical weather prediction-based guidance (i.e. from DWD, ZAMG, ESSL, and ECMWF) will be evaluated.

        Target group: Forecasters from the EUMETSAT Member States who train other forecasters and forecasters with a strong background in severe storms meteorology. A self-assessment test is available here

        Dates:

        • 5-9 June 2023
        • 12-16 June 2023
        • 25-29 September 2023
        • 9-13 October 2023

        Weekly schedule: Please note that the course schedule will be Monday: 10:00 - 17:00, Tue - Thursday: 09:00 - 17:00 and Friday: 09:00 -13:00.

        LocationESSL Research and Training Centre, Wiener Neustadt, Austria.

        Candidates need to come from EUMETSAT Member States and have a nomination by their home institution. For accepted candidates, EUMETSAT plans to sponsor the cost of testbed attendance and, upon request, the cost for travel, accommodation and subsistence.

        COVID-19 Disclaimer

        Due to the uncertainty related to SARS-CoV-2 (“COVID-19”), admission to the ESSL-EUMETSAT Testbeds in 2023 is subject to compliance with the safety and health requirements set by local health authorities. These requirements may be subject to change, in which case you will be informed prior to the ESSL-EUMETSAT Testbeds in 2023. You can check the currently valid regulations here at any time: https://www.austria.info/en/service-and-facts/coronavirus-information/entry-regulations

        Failure to meet the health and safety requirements bars you from attending the ESSL-EUMETSAT Testbeds in 2023.

        In addition, participants may be asked to wear a mask while at its premises for the duration of the ESSL-EUMETSAT Testbeds in 2023. ESSL will not be recording any personal data on your personal health. It will simply take note of whether or not you meet the requirements. In case of a COVID-19 outbreak at the ESSL-EUMETSAT Testbeds in 2023, you will be informed immediately via the email address you submitted at registration.


        If you already have an account on this platform, use the link below to submit your application form.

        Otherwise, please make sure you create an account: click on Login (top right section of the page), create a new user (Create an account) and follow the procedure. Once the account has been created, please log in, then access the 'Apply for Courses' section and submit your application form. If you have any problem, please contact the Training Team (training@eumetsat.int).


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