Event: NERC next generation environmental modelling community workshop

10:00am to 3:00pm UK time
Registration deadline:
The Dilly, 21 Piccadilly, London W1J 0BH
Event type:
All with an interest in the development of next generation environmental models
Register to attend

NERC is organising a workshop to gather views on the key challenges, opportunities, and drivers for new approaches to modelling in environmental sciences.

Large scale modelling and simulation provide the foundation to our understanding and addressing of many complex environmental challenges and research questions across environmental science domains.

To remain at the forefront of international scientific excellence, environmental models must evolve to integrate ever growing flows of data. They must embed new data science approaches and embrace (and be able to run on) new and forthcoming national compute architectures, such as Artificial Intelligence Research Resource.

Through this facilitated event, NERC aims to provide the community with an opportunity to share their views on the future of environmental models for environmental sciences.  Information gathered will contribute to current scoping around how NERC could best support:

  • new modelling approaches
  • the ability to exploit the evolving compute landscape for the benefit of environmental science

If you would like to participate, then you must register in advance and provide some information on why you would like to attend the event.

Please note this is a rescheduled date for the workshop that was due to take place on 10 May 2024. Those registered for the event in May do not need to re-register their interest.

Places are limited, therefore if the event is oversubscribed, a selection of participants will be undertaken by NERC with the outcome notified to all on 7 June 2024.

The event will be held at The Dilly, 21 Piccadilly, London W1J 0BH.

If you have any questions please contact Andrea Sharpe at digitalenvironment@nerc.ukri.org

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