Congratulations to the shortlisted applicants and thank you again to each and every one of you for submitting your application for the Summer of Weather Code programme!
The following projects have been selected for development:
- Enhanced GIS widget by Fernando Martín Marlasca, Daniel San Martín and Markel García
- Innovative visualisation by Helena Schmidt & Rebecca Husemann
- Migration of calibration software by Anirudha Bose
- NetCDF by Dr. Declan A Valters
- Web Crawler: by Matthes Rieke and Simon Jirka
CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL!
Gain access to the largest archive of
meteorological and climate data worldwide:
Historical weather data
data since 1979
Seasonal forecast data
Monthly forecast data up to 6 months ahead
TECHNOLOGIES AND DATA
Interactively access, manipulate and visualise meteorological data
Environmental data from Copernicus
Global fire forecast data and atmospheric composition (Ozone, CO2, NO2…)
An application programming interface to de- and encode GRIB data
Announcement of the five selected projects to be developed.
End of April 2018
Announcement of the selected candidates
31 August 2018
End of the coding phase
End of the project development.
20 April 2018
Applications are reviewed by a panel of ECMWF experts.
January - March 2018
Participants can begin to apply for the online programme.
1 May 2018
Start of the coding phase
Start of the project development, in close collaboration with ECMWF experts.