The third and final KEPLER GA took place on 21st-22nd June 2021. Day 1 kicked off with a welcome and introduction from Nick Hughes, Project Co-ordinator. Day 1 also focused on work packages 1-5, with overview presentations on each subtask and plenty of time for questions and discussions. Participants were also invited to view some of the WP6 dissemination activities such as the KEPLER video and brochures.
Work Package leaders presented results from each work package team, highlighting key deliverables and events. Day 2 was an internal project meeting, to review feedback and collate actions for submission of final deliverables. The KEPLER team would like to extend our thanks to all the speakers and attendees that made this final meeting a success.
The full report of the Final General Assembly (Deliverable Report 7.4) is available to view via the link below:
The KEPLER project is seeking feedback from those working with offshore and coastal engineering in Polar Regions.
The project has prepared a number of recommendations as to how the European Copernicus programme can evolve to better serve the needs of users in the Polar Regions, and the purpose of this questionnaire is to find out whether you think that these are appropriate for your use cases, or whether they require further work.
The KEPLER Online round table: Engineering & Researcher information requirements consists of a short pre recorded video by Nick Hughes- (Project Coordinator and Ice Services leader at the Norwegian Meteorological Institute) and ten questions.
Please provide your feedback here:
Monday 21st June 2021
09:00 – 15:30 BST
Please could you register using the link below. Once registered, we will send you the joining instructions.
Version 3 of the programme is available to view now, we have structured this to include plenty of discussion time/breaks. Please note that timings and speakers may change.
KEPLER are hosting an online workshop on Maritime and Research Sector Needs as part of our work to develop a roadmap for further development of the European Copernicus Earth Observing programme specific to the Polar Regions.
In this workshop we will present our recommendations, and ask for feedback, with a focus on the maritime and research communities. This is an open workshop- we welcome you to join us!
Wednesday 19th May 2021 (13:30- 17:00CET) (12:30- 16:00 BST)
Please Register here for the event.
The full agenda is available to view here:
NB timings in CEST
The additional deliverable: D3.5: Executive summary of identification of research and capacity gaps- is now available to view.
This report consists of 6 parts: Objectives of WP3, Executive Summary of Task 3.1, Executive Summary of Task 3.2, Executive Summary of Task 3.3, Executive Summary of Task 3.4 and Conclusions and Recommendations from Work Package 3.
Click the button below to find links to all available KEPLER deliverables: