ECMWF presents the second Edition of the ECMWF’s Summer of Weather Code (ESoWC) 2019, an initiative to promote innovative weather-related open-source software. Developers from all over the world are invited to submit a proposal to solve one of the new challenges addressed by ECMWF’s mentors this year. Only the five best submissions will win £5000 each and the opportunity to develop their projects under the umbrella of ECMWF expertise.
At the Wind Energy SCience (WESC) conference in Cork, Ireland Danish RDA node member Nikola Vasiljević from DTU will give an introduction talk about the RDA to the wind energy community. The presentation will emphasise the current strives in developing both the Danish national node as well the wind energy interest group within the RDA. The talk will be presented in the WESC mini-symposium on "FAIR Data Principles in Wind Energy Research", which is chaired by Anna Maria Sempreviva from DTU.
The 2019 Research Data Access and Preservation Summi) will be at the University of Miami in Coral Gables, FL from May 15-17, 2019. The theme is Building Communities: how different communities are impacted by our systems, technology, values, and practices; who our communities are by and for; and data services examined through a critical lens.
The NeIC conferences are organised biannually bringing together around 230 experts, researchers, policy makers, funders and national eIntrastructure providers from the Nordics and beyond. The aim is to create an opportunity for people in the eInfrastructure field to connect and collaborate with colleagues across the Nordics and to enable them to share knowledge and expertise.