Past events

16.11.2020

WMO Data Conference

The WMO Data Conference aims to develop a common understanding among entities from all sectors of society of the roles, requirements and arrangements for international exchange of observations and other data for monitoring and prediction of the Earth System environment, including weather, climate and water.

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06.10.2020

1st Digital Earth Workshop on Visual Data Exploration at GFZ

From 6 -8 February 2019 the 1st Workshop on Visual Data Exploration was held at GFZ in Potsdam.

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23.09.2020

Digital Earth at REKLIM

Berlin 23 - 25 September 2019. Members of Digital Earth attended the REKLIM Conference there they presented the project and first results/ tools to an international audience.

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26.05.2020

Invitation Public Online Session - Gain insights into activities and results of Digital Earth

Digital Earth is running since May 2018. In the context of the 2nd Annual Meeting, which takes place from 26 - 28 May 2020 online, there will be the possibility for all interested people to get informed about the results and activities of the project.

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28.01.2020

2nd Digital Earth Interim Meeting

From 28 – 30 January 2020 more than fifty natural scientists and data scientists from eight Helmholtz Centres met at the Helmholtz Centre Potsdam German Research Centre for Geosciences (GFZ) to discuss the progress of the project.

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28.10.2019

AHOI Digital Earth

From 28th of October to 21st of November we boarded RV Meteor and took part in the scientific cruise M159.

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21.10.2019

BRIDGET visit to Garmisch

Within the bridging postdoc project BRIDGET Sibylle Hassler visited the TERENO project partners (mainly Matthias Mauder and Ralf Kiese) at KIT’s Campus Alpine in Garmisch-Partenkirchen from 21st to 22nd of October.

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30.09.2019

2nd Workshop on Data Exploration Framework

On 30.09.2019 and 01.10.2019 eleven Digital Earth members from six of the involved Helmholtz Centres came together at the GFZ in Potsdam to exchange and report about the progress of their work related to work package 2 “Data Exploration Framework”.

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