CLINT at EGU 2022, Vienna

CLINT at EGU 2022, Vienna

Next week the CLINT team will be in Vienna at the EGU General Assembly 2022. The congress will bring together scientists from all over the world for one meeting covering all disciplines of the Earth, planetary, and space sciences.

CLINT will contribute with the following Presentations and Sessions:

Award Lecture Monday, 23 May 7pm CEST on “Artificial Intelligence and Earth System Modeling – revisiting Research of the Past and Future” by our CLINT project partner Christopher Kadow from the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ). The focus of the talk will be on one of the many climate technologies we are applying in the CLINT project to investigate but also revisit climate research with AI/ML.

Monday 23 May

Reducing the impacts of natural hazards through forecast-based action: from early warning to early action, Convener: Andrea Ficchì | Co-conveners: Gabriela Guimarães Nobre, Marc van den Homberg, David MacLeod, Maurine Ambani

Tuesday 24 May

Assessing the seasonal forecast performance of hydrological extremes over Europe by Yiheng Du, Ilias Pechlivanidis, and Ilaria Clemenzi.

Comparing drought indicators and negative impacts for the 2018–19 Central European drought event, by Anastasiya Shyrokaya, Giuliano Di Baldassarre, Gabriele Messori, Ilias Pechlivanidis, Florian Pappenberger, and Hannah Cloke

Evaluation of the accuracy of drought-related seasonal forecasts using large-scale hydrological modelling and drought indices, by Hector Macian-Sorribes, Tatiana Vargas-Mora, Ilias Pechlivanidis, and Manuel Pulido-Velazquez

Evaluation of different forecasting approaches in predicting the spring flood in Northern Sweden, by Wei Yang, Kean Foster, and Ilias G Pechlivanidis

Spatio-temporal Data Science: Theoretical Advances and Applications in AI and ML, by Co-organized by GI2/NP4, co-sponsored by AGUConvener: Christopher Kadow | Co-conveners: Jens Klump, Luigi Lombardo, Federico Amato, Ge Peng

Wednesday 25 May

Tropical meteorology and Tropical Cyclones, Convener: Enrico Scoccimarro | Co-conveners: Jean Philippe Duvel, Eric Maloney, Kevin Reed, Allison Wing

Tropical cyclone genesis potential in CMIP6 climate models Leone Cavicchia, Guido Ascenso, Enrico Scoccimarro, Andrea Castelletti, Matteo Giuliani, and Silvio Gualdi

Advancing drought monitoring via feature extraction and multi-task learning algorithms, by Matteo Giuliani, Paolo Bonetti, Alberto Maria Metelli, Marcello Restelli, and Andrea Castelletti

Session Water resources policy and management – forecast and control methods, by  Charles Rougé | Co-conveners: Louise Crochemore, Matteo Giuliani, Stefano Galelli

Integrated real-time control of water reservoirs with deterministic and probabilistic multi-timescale forecasts: Application to the Lake Como, by Andrea Ficchì, Federico Staffa, Raffaele Giuseppe Cestari, Simone Formentin, and Andrea Castelletti

Using genetic algorithms to optimise genesis potential indices for tropical cyclone genesis, by Guido Ascenso, Leone Cavicchia, Enrico Scoccimarro, Andrea Castelletti

Thursday 26 May

Operational forecasting and warning systems for natural hazards and climate emergency: challenges and innovations, Convener: Michael Cranston | Co-conveners: Céline Cattoën-Gilbert, Lydia Cumiskey, Ilias Pechlivanidis

Hydrology and Earth System Science: research, services or policy? Co-sponsored by IAHS and WMO, Convener: Nilay Dogulu | Co-conveners: Louise Arnal, Johannes Cullmann, Ilias Pechlivanidis, Micha Werner

Deployment of scientific climate services for extreme events investigations, by Nils Hempelmann, Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Christopher Kadow, Stephan Kindermann, Carsten Ehbrecht, Étienne Plésiat, and Ilias Pechlivanidis

Climate Services – Underpinning Science, by Convener: Alessandro Dell’Aquila | Co-conveners: Nube Gonzalez-Reviriego, Verónica Torralba, Christiana Photiadou, Andrej Ceglar.

Deployment of scientific climate services for extreme events investigations Nils Hempelmann, Carmen Alvarez-Castro, Christopher Kadow, Stephan Kindermann, Carsten Ehbrecht, Étienne Plésiat, and Ilias Pechlivanidis

FAIR building blocks for climate resilience information systems  Josh Lieberman, Nils Hempelmann, Ag Stephens, Carsten Ehbrecht, Trevor Smith, Tom Landry, Cameron Wilson, and Eduardo Pechorro

Session Using R in Hydrology – Convener: Claudia Brauer | Co-conveners: Conrad Wasko, Danlu Guo, Andrea Ficchì

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