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ECMWF Summer of Weather Code 2022

ECMWF Summer of Weather Code brings innovation and open-source developments to the Earth science community. It is a collaborative programme where each summer several developer teams team up with mentors from ECMWF to work on innovative weather-, climate- and atmosphere-related software developments and applications.

ESoWC is organised by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) and supported by Copernicus.


ESoWC


ESoWC 2022 Projects

Congratulations to the eight teams that have been selected to be part of ECMWF Summer of Weather Code 2022:

Project title Team Mentors
Flood forecasting: the power of citizen science Emiliana Myftari
Beatrice Rinaldi
Enxhi Sulkja
Mohit Anand
Marie-Ameilie Boucher
Cinzia Mazzetti
Florian Pappenberger
Jan Seibert
Juan Colonese
Adjusting Climate Projections Jakob Wessel
Fiona Spuler
Edward Comyn-Platt
Chiara Cagnazzo
James Varndell
CliMetLab web application Akshaj Verma
Baudouin Raoult
Florian Pinault
Wildfire Emission Explorer Giovanni Paolini
Ainhoa Murillo Iraola
Mark Parrington
Sebastien Garrigues
James Varndell
Miha Razinger
ECMWF user dashboard Adarsh Pandey Sylvie Lamy-Thepaut
Eduard Rosert
Bringing Magics Weather maps to Matplotlib Alish Dipani James Varndell
Sylvie Lamy-Thepaut
Stephan Siemen
Baudouin Raoult


Generous cloud computing ressources are provided by:

the Copernicus DIAS service WEkEO European Weather Cloud
WEkEO logo EWS logo


How it works

1. Application period: 1 Mar - 15 Apr 2022

Browse through the ESoWC 2022 challenges, ask questions and together with the mentors, tailor your proposal. Applications closed on 15 April 2022.

2. Announcement of selected proposals: 29 Apr 2022

The selected ESoWC 2022 project teams were announced on 29 Apr 2022.

3. Coding period: 2 May - 31 Aug 2022

The 4-month long coding period started 2 May 2022 and lasted until 31 August 2022. During this time, the selected teams team up with experienced ECMWF mentors and experts in weather, climate and atmosphere.
Follow the progress of the projects here on Github.

4. Final ESoWC day: 28 September 2022

The ESoWC day is a celebratory closure of the programme. Each ESoWC team was invited to present their project results.


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