KEPLER has received confirmation that the project amendment has been approved by the European Commission. This will will permit further work on deliverables and events disrupted by COVID-19. We are now scheduled to complete the project in June 2021, extending our total project time to 30 months.
Included in the KEPLER project amendment is the addition of an extra milestone:
M27 (M5.4) Key draft outputs for D5.2 Roadmap for end-to-end operational system for monitoring and forecasting the Arctic – Presentation slides for stakeholder use- outlining key draft outputs for deliverable D5.2
We have also identified the need for an extra deliverable to WP3:
D3.5: Executive summary of identification of research and capacity gaps- drawing together data from all WP3 deliverables into one report.
Over 80% of the KEPLER project milestones and deliverables have now been delivered! (pending approval.)
KEPLERs online workshop for students and early career researchers was being held 17-18th February 2021.
Both days 1 & 2 of the KEPLER online ECR workshop are now completed and recorded, together with the training sessions in Python libraries and QGIS visualization.
Thank you to all those involved in the organisation of this workshop, and those who have participated.
The full agenda is available to view below:
This online workshop was open for students and Early Career Researchers within Earth Observation and who use data from Polar Regions.
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We are pleased to announce that we will host a KEPLER online workshop for students and early career scientists 17-18th February.This online workshop is open for students and early career scientists within Earth Observation and who use data from Polar Regions. We will have social networking sessions, student presentations, and training sessions. Get the chance to meet KEPLER representatives and from
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Both Rounds 1 & 2 of the Copernicus Marine Service Training workshop for the Arctic Ocean are now complete, with the debriefing session due to be held tomorrow morning at 09:30 UTC+1
Thankyou to all those involved in the organisation of this workshop, and those who have participated so far. The webinar session in Round 1 was recorded and available to view below:
We are pleased to announce that KEPLER is planning to host an Early Career Scientist Online Workshop for students and early career scientist in tentatively Mid-February 2021. To help us out forming the workshop and chose the topics, we would be grateful if you took the time to fill out this survey.
The full agenda and registration will be sent out in Mid-January 2021.
Please share the news with your students and early career scientists.