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[Met-jobs] Data assimilation summer school

From Roger Brugge <r.brugge@reading.ac.uk>
To "met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk" <met-jobs@lists.reading.ac.uk>
Date Thu, 7 Feb 2019 16:14:05 +0000

Summer school on Data Assimilation and its Applications, 22nd July to 2nd August 2019, Timisoara, Romania (www.data-assimilation.com)

 

Summer School on Data Assimilation and its applications in Oceanography, Hydrology, Risk & Safety and Reservoir Engineering purpose is to get together experts in the field of data assimilation from different schools (statistics, system and control, pure mathematics, engineering, etc.) and to make use of their knowledge by:
– Educating graduate students, young and senior researchers;
– Knowledge transfer from the best lecturers to the students;
– Exposing these new theoretical/algorithmic approaches and their applications to the Romanian academia and researchers;
– Having extensive discussions and exchanging ideas;
– Working hands-on with academia and commercial dedicated software’s.

This summer school targets primarily students and researchers at an early stage of their career with/without previous experience in data assimilation.

 

1st week

Prof. Dr. Arnold Heemink (TU Delft, The Netherlands) – An introduction in Inverse Modelling and Data Assimilation – Basic notions

Geir Evensen (NORCE) – Ensemble Kalman Filter – From basics to advanced technologies and improvements

Peter Jan van Leeuwen – Particle filter and its variants

Alberto Carrassi (NANSEN centre) – Dynamical models

Prof. Dr. Martin Verlaan (TU Delft and Deltares, The Netherlands) & Nils van Velzen (Vortech, The Netherlands) – The Open DA paradigm – theory and the toolbox (V&V)

Anca Hanea and Prof. Dr. Mark Burgman (CEBRA, Melbourne, Australia) – Risk quantification, risk management, Expert Judgment and Safety issues (H&B)

2nd week

Kees Lemmens (TU Delft, The Netherlands) – Scientific Programming using C and Python; Parallel Programming using MPI; and GPU Programming using Cuda.

Laurent Bertino and Francois Counillon – Oceanography and Environmental Applications (C&B)

Prof. Dr. Remus Hanea (UiS and Equinor, Norway) and Andreas Stordal (NORCE, Norway) – Ensemble based Assisted History Matching in Modern Reservoir Engineering – Introduction and in-depth approaches (H&S)

Prof. Dr. Reidar Bratvold (UiS, Norway) – Value of Information

Patrick Raanes (NORCE, Norway) – A python framework for data assimilation and inverse modelling

Matteo Ravasi (Equinor) – Seismic inverse modelling in a nutshell

Ivan Garcia – Lead data Science group Booking.com

 

Registration fee: 500 Euros covering:

 

  1. Breakfast, food/coffee over day and lunches over 2 weeks of the event
  2. transportation, accommodation and a full board for the cultural weekend (2 full days)
  3. all the course materials and the promotional material (bags, cups)
  4. 10 full scholarships

 

The accommodation is arranged in the student dormitories which is at a very low price.

 




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