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The ECMWF Summer of Weather Code (ESoWC) is an innovation programme run by ECMWF and Copernicus with the aim to drive innovation and open-source developments in the Earth science community.
Since 2018, each summer, up to ten developer teams work together with experienced mentors from ECMWF and Copernicus on innovative projects related to software development, web development or applied data science.
ESoWC 2019 Teams during the final ESoWC Day
@ ECMWF Reading Headquarters
HOW DOES IT WORK?
Four steps from Application Period to the Final ESoWC Day
01 March - 15 April
Browse through the ESoWC 2022 challenges on GitHub. Ask questions and together with ECMWF mentors, you can tailor your submission. You have time until 15 April 2022 to submit your proposal.
02 May - 31 August
The 4-month long coding period starts on 2 May 2022 and lasts until 31 August 2022. During this time, the selected teams team up with experienced mentors and experts in weather, climate, atmosphere and cloud computing.
Announcement of selected proposals
The ESoWC 2022 teams will be announced on 29 April 2022. You can follow ESoWC on Twitterto get all updates.
The Final ESoWC Day
The ESoWC Day is a celebratory closure of the programme. All ESoWC teams will be invited to present their project results.