4th NOAA Workshop on Leveraging AI in Environmental Sciences has ended
The interactive workshop will be a virtual event to build collaboration and initiate the active development of AI-powered applications and community standards.

We invite developers, data scientists, domain experts, social scientists, and downstream users to form small teams around different use cases that are relevant to three themes relevant to NOAA Mission Areas: Fire Weather and Impacts, AI for Ocean Conservation, and Interoperable Digital Twin Earth.

All information about workshop logistics can be found in the handbook for participants.

If you encounter issues registering for the workshop, please contact ai.workshop@noaa.gov.
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Wednesday, September 7 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Digital Twin for Earth System – Practical Considerations for Component Interoperability

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We will use this session to come up with community ideas for standardization, and gaps in interoperability.

Session agenda:
14:00: Guidance
14:05: Breakout rooms by Component (attendee self selection)
14:40: Main room discussion, sharing from each group
15:00: Session Close

Times above are in Mountain Daylight Time (UTC - 6). Lightning talks are roughly 10-12 minutes each followed by a Q&A with the panel. We will use Slido during the Q&A. We'll use Slack to build community throughout the workshop.

Slido for Q&A: sli.do/DIGITALTWIN/
Google Docs for Breakout Rooms

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Sue Ellen Haupt

Senior Scientist and Deputy Director of Research Applications Lab, NCAR
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Rob Redmon

Scientist, NOAA Center for AI
Dr. Rob Redmon is a senior scientist with NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). He is the Lead for NOAA's Center for Artificial Intelligence (NCAI, noaa.gov/ai), and the Space Weather Follow On (SWFO) Science Center.

Wednesday September 7, 2022 2:00pm - 3:00pm MDT
Virtual - Zoom