The aim of these seminars is to encourage knowledge sharing and best practice between JASMIN users - whilst showcasing the types of science enabled by JASMIN.
The events include talks from two users with plenty of time for questions, and happen approximately monthly.
See below for details about the past seminars.
If you would like to volunteer to give a talk in a future seminar, please contact the helpdesk with the subject line 'User Seminar Series'.
|Talk||Speaker||Abstract||Recording||Slides||Date of talk|
|Data Management of Multi-Model Climate Simulations from PRIMAVERA at JASMIN||Jon Seddon, UK Met Office||January 2021|
|Oceans in the Cloud: working interactively with huge datasets using Pangeo||Andrew Meijers, British Antarctic Survey||January 2021|
|PRISE and Peatlands||Jane Lewis, Assimila||February 2021|
|Evaluating aerosols in the UK Earth System Model using observational ensembles||Adam Povey, National Centre for Earth Observation and University of Oxford||February 2021|
|Using the JASMIN Unmanaged Cloud for UKCA Training||Luke Abraham, National Centre for Atmospheric Science & Department of Chemistry, University of Cambridge||March 2021|
|Unsupervised classification of mesoscale cloud organisation with neural networks||Leif Denby, University of Leeds||March 2021|
COMET LiCSAR system for measuring tectonic and volcanic deformation by Sentinel-1 interferometry (part 1)
Milan Lazecký, The Centre for Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET), University of Leeds
|COMET LiCSAR system for measuring tectonic and volcanic deformation by Sentinel-1 interferometry (part 2)||Yasser Maghsoudi Mehrani, The Centre for Observation and Modelling of Earthquakes, Volcanoes and Tectonics (COMET), University of Leeds||
|Ground deformation detection using convolutional neural networks on InSAR data||Pui Anantrasirichai, University of Bristol||June 2021|
|DataLabs: Opening up environmental data science in the 21st Century||Mike Holloway, UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology||
|How climateprediction.net uses JASMIN: development, data storage, analysis, and collaboration||Sarah Sparrow, Oxford e-Research Centre, Oxford University||
|Transforming environmental research in the public sector with the use of JASMIN||Cathy Jin and Gwawr Jones, Joint Nature Conservation Committee (JNCC)||July 2021|