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MACC-II/MACC-III project meetings

MACC-III General Assembly, ECMWF, Reading, UK, 19 - 21 January 2015

MACC-III is organising its General Assembly and Review meeting from Monday 19 January (early afternoon) to Wednesday 21 January 2015 at ECWMF in Reading. The General Assembly will consist of parallel sub-project meetings, a 1-day plenary meeting, a full review of the progress, and the advisory board meetings. With MACC-III only running from 1 August 2014 to 31 March 2015, this Assembly  will be used to coordinate progress and reporting and to assess the readiness for the transition to the Copernicus operational phase.

For details, please check this page.

MACC-II Atmosphere Services User Workshop 2014, Centre d'Affaires Paris Trocadéro, Paris, France, 6 June 2014

On 24 April the Regulation establishing the Copernicus Programme was published in the Official Journal establishing a clear step forward towards sustainable operational Copernicus Services.

On this occasion, we invite all users of the current services for atmosphere, delivered in the context of the MACC-II project, as well as potential new users and interested parties to attend the Second User workshop of Copernicus Services for Atmosphere. Future operational Copernicus atmosphere services are shaping right now! For details and applications, please check this page.

 


Copernicus- and MACC-related events

ECMWF Copernicus Services Info Day, Brussels, 2 february 2015

ECMWF has been entrusted to operate the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) and the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) on behalf of the European Commission until the end of 2020. A majority of the service elements for CAMS and C3S will be procured by means of competitive Invitations To Tender (ITT). Prior to the release of the first batch of ITTs, ECMWF will organise an Information Day in Brussels on the afternoon of Monday 2 February.

More information is available on the ECMWF web site.

JM4 Data Assimilation in Geophysical Sciences (IAMAS, IAGA, IACS, IASPEI, IAPSO, IAG), 26th IUGG General Assembly, Prague, 22 June - 2 July 2015

This symposium provides a forum for presentation and discussion of the latest research in data assimilation across the elements of the Earth System. There will be a focus on three developments:

  • characterization of errors
  • application of data assimilation techniques to coupled elements of the Earth System
  • extension of data assimilation activities to smaller spatial scales, notably for participatory sensing involving air quality and weather observations

Abstract submission deadline is 31 January 2015. More information can be found on the IUGG web site.