Nick Hughes from Norway’s ice service, with the poster for @arcticfrontiers presenting a summary of current development activities in @KeplerEU, @ExtremeEarth_EU, @ARCSARNETWORK, @CIRFA_SFI, and @IceWatchASSIST@CSEOLab IceWatchApp
KEPLER at Arctic Frontiers 2020, 26-30 January, Tromso, Norway
We would like to invite all to our interactive side event @arcticfrontiers 2020 “Evolving the @CopernicusEU programme for the Polar Regions”. We will be streaming live from the meeting in #Tromsø, #Norway
29 January 18:15-19:15 CET. More info and registration at https://eu.eventscloud.com/website/614/sents/
KEPLER held a General Assembly meeting @ICMCSIC in #Barcelona with overviews of our progress in the past 11 months and introductions to other @EU_H2020 #polar projects @IntarosProject, @ExtremeEarth_EU and @ARCSARnetwork. This meeting gave us the opportunity to discuss progress in each work package and the status of @CMEMS_EU and @CopernicusLand, and make plans for upcoming project work over the next year.
KEPLER Mid term meeting, 25-28 November 2019, ICM CSIC Barcelona, Spain.
Join us at the Arctic Circle Assembly in Reykjavik for an EU Polar cluster session:
17:00-18:30, Friday 11th October 2019
The Arctic Circle Assembly 2019 Harpa Concert Hall and Conference Center, Reykjavik. October 10-13, 2019.
User-relevant forecasts with sea-ice models
Work Package 4 leader, Steffen Tietsch, gave a keynote presentation in September at the workshop “The future of sea-ice modelling”, funded by IS-ENES3 and held in Iceland.
Presenting “User-relevant forecasts with sea-ice models” provided the opportunity to introduce the KEPLER project and present outcomes and share lessons learnt.
Kepler at the IS-ENES3 workshop, 24-26 September, Laugarvatn, Iceland