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Understanding climate risk in future energy systems: an energy-climate data hackathon

Fallon, J. C., Bloomfield, H. C. ORCID:, Brayshaw, D. J. ORCID:, Sparrow, S. N., Wallom, D. C. H., Woollings, T., Brown, K., Dawkins, L., Palin, E., Houben, N., Huppmann, D. and Schyska, B. U., (2022) Understanding climate risk in future energy systems: an energy-climate data hackathon. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. 103. Report. American Meteorological Society pp9. ISSN 0003-0007

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1175/BAMS-D-21-0305.1


What: Approximately 40 participants – with expertise spanning energy, computer science, weather and climate research -– joined a week-long Energy-Climate data “hackathon” in June 2021. It was hosted by the Universities of Oxford and Reading in partnership with the UK Met Office as part of a series of themed hackathons supported by the Met Office and held in the run-up to the UN COP26 conference. Six projects were initiated and developed by teams over the course of the week, supported by access to state-of-the-art computational resources on the UK’s CEDA-JASMIN service, and stimulated by keynote speakers from industry and academia. The hackathon concluded with teams presenting their outputs to a panel of invited experts. Several teams plan to build on their hackathon success in publications, ongoing collaborations and research funding proposals. When: 18th May (half-day “scoping” event) & 21st-25th June 2021 (main hackathon) Where: Online via Zoom and Gather.Town, supported by Slack communication channels

Item Type:Report (Report)
Divisions:Interdisciplinary centres and themes > Energy Research
Science > School of Mathematical, Physical and Computational Sciences > Department of Meteorology
ID Code:103376
Publisher:American Meteorological Society


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