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EGU 2019

April 8thApril 12th

EGU General Assembly 2019

The European Geosciences Union holds its General Assembly Meeting April 7–12, 2019 in Vienna, Austria.  The annual EGU General Assembly is the largest and most prominent European geosciences event, attracting over 14,000 scientists from all over the world. 52°North participates with the following contributions.

Monday, April 8

Poster Session | HS3.3 | Innovative sensing techniques for water monitoring, modelling, and management: Satellites, gauges and citizens

16:15–18:00  Event Detection in Water Resource Management Applications (Simon Jirka, Matthes Rieke, Christian Malewski, Christian Förster, Thomas Tscheu, and Carsten Hollmann)

Tuesday, April 9

Oral Session | ESSI1.16 | Earth Observations for Sustainable Development
09:00–09:15  Automated Creation of Earth Observation Products for Water Resource Monitoring (Matthes Rieke, Sebastian Drost, Simon Jirka, and Arne Vogt)

Poster Session | NP4.3/AS5.20/CL5.25/ESSI2.3/GD8.5/HS3.5/NH11.11/SM7.8 | Big data and machine learning in geosciences
10:45–12:30  Managing Earth Observation datasets as multidimensional arrays using SciDB and open standards (Maurin Radtke, Benedikt Graeler, Eike Hinderk Jürrens, and Simon Jirka)

Wednesday, April 10

Poster Sesssion | ESSI3.5 | RSEs: Researchers who Code
08:30–10:15  Sustainable Development of Research Software – Case Study of an Open Source Approach (Simon Jirka, Matthes Rieke, Albert Remke, and Andreas Wytzisk

PICO Session | NH6.3/GI3.9 | Remote sensing for geohazards investigations
11:13–11:15  Improving Methods and Technologies for the Large-Scale Monitoring of Flooding Situations (Arne de Wall, Albert Remke, Benedikt Gräler, Thore Fechner, and Bodo Bernsdorf)

Thursday, April 11

Poster Session | ESSI1.1/OS4.35 | Informatics in Oceanography and Ocean Science
08:30–10:15  The SeaDataCloud Sensor Web Approach (Christian Autermann, Simon Jirka, and Dick Schaap)

Oral Session | ESSI3.2 | Earth/Environmental Science Applications on Cloud and HPC Infrastructures
14:45–15:00  A Cloud-native Architecture for Near-Real-Time Monitoring of Floods (Arne de Wall, Albert Remke, and Benedikt Gräler)

PICO Session | NH9.9 | Multi-hazards: Innovative approaches for disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation
16:23–16:25  Simulating extreme multi-hazard events with decentralized Web-processing services: Towards a better understanding of cascading impact (Benjamin Proß, Andrey Babeyko, Massimiliano Pittore, Jörn Lauterjung, Simon Jirka, Matthes Rieke, Nico Mandery, Monika Friedemann, Torsten Riedlinger, Christian Geiß, Harald Spahn, and Elisabeth Schöpfer)

Friday, April 12

Poster Session | ITS3.1/SSS1.4/EOS3.2/BG1.21/ESSI3.8/HS11.32/NH9.22 | Citizen Science: bridging the science-society-gap by finding emerging environmental issues and empowering citizens
14:00–15:45  Citizen Science for Traffic Management and Safety (Benedikt Gräler, Arne de Wall, and Albert Remke)

Details

Start:
April 8th
End:
April 12th
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Website:
https://www.egu2019.eu/

Venue

Austria Center Vienna
Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1
Vienna, 1220 Austria