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DeepWeather Project Update
Initial outputs from a simple XGBoost model. A 20km resolution precipitation field (top-left) has been downscaled to a 4km resolution precipitation field (top-right) using the XGBoost model. A 20km resolution temperature field (bottom-left) has been downscaled to a 4km resolution temperature field (bottom-right).
12th International Conference on Climate Informatics
DeepWeather's partner organisation, British Antarctic Survey, co-hosted the 12th International Conference on Climate Informatics at the University of Cambridge in April. DeepWeather team members Scott Hosking, Tom Andersson, and Emily O'Riordan attended what was a fantastic conference, which brought together international researchers and users in climate science, data science, and computer science, to share state-of-the-art developments in climate data and informatics. The aim of the conference series is to accelerate the rate of discovery in climate science and adaptation of climate applications.
To learn more about Climate Informatics, please visit: http://www.climateinformatics.org/
This was also a wonderful opportunity for members of our team in the UK and NZ to meet in-person for the first time!
14 December 2022
14 December 2022
Thank you to everyone who attended our first stakeholder meeting. All the feedback and suggestions provided were very useful in shaping the programme to generate hyperlocal weather forecasts to suit your needs. The slides from the meeting are available on the left, in case you missed anything.
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