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There are three ESOWC streams under which you can submit a proposal
ESoWC 2020 CHALLENGE STREAMS
Propose your own project idea
Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud credits in the value of up to $5000
Successful projects under Stream 3) will be eligible to apply for AWS cloud credits only. Your project will need a focus on weather, climate or atmosphere. Terms and Conditions apply.
Successful projects under Stream 1) and Stream 2) will be eligible to a stipend of £5000 and if applicable, AWS or WEkEO cloud credits. Please see challenge descriptions on GitHub for more details. Terms and Conditions apply.
Cloud-based weather and climate innovations
Submit a proposal to one of the proposed challenges
Four Steps from Application Period to the ESoWC DAY
HOW DOES IT WORK?
The 4-month long coding period starts on 4 May 2020 and lasts until 31 August 2020. During this time, the selected teams team up with experienced mentors and experts in weather, climate, machine-learning and cloud-computing. Follow the progress of the projects on GitHub
Browse through the ESoWC 2020 challenges on GitHub or develop your own project idea. You have time until 22 April 2020 to submit your proposal. Take advantage of GitHub, ask questions and together with the mentors, you can tailor your submission
The final ESoWC 2020 project teams will be announced on 1 May 2020. You can follow ESoWC on Twitterand get all updates
Announcement of selected proposals
TheESoWCday@ECMWFis the final day of the programme. All project teams are invited to come toECMWF’sheadquarter to present their project and results and to meet their mentors. The presentations will be live-streamed