Data Science Hackathon

Friday, 15 November 2019

Paviljoen 1
Boussinesqweg 1, Delft, The Netherlands
Date 15 November 2019
Time 09:00 - 16:30
Workshop
Registry fee € Free
Chair Carmen Martinez Barbosa and Kun Yan (Deltares)
 

Description

Are you interested in challenges related to climate change? If so, this 1-day event for data scientists, developers, entrepreneurs, modellers and students is for you! Thanks to the cooperation with Copernicus Climate Change Service* (C3S), this year's hackathon will challenge you to understand and quantify Climate Change impacts in several real-world applications. 

The topics covered during this event will be: 

  • Water scarcity
  • Urban heat island
  • Extreme rain
  • Coastal erosion
  • Coastal flooding
  • Port operability

Share your thoughts, workflows and innovative data-driven solutions! The Climate Data Store (CDS) will provide you with valuable datasets to work with and the possibility to explore the Earth's past, present and future climate.  The participants will be grouped in multi-disciplinary teams (scientists, GIS experts, software engineers, entrepreneurs) to elaborate on 6 Use Cases covering both inland and coastal sectors and find sustainable solutions. The final product of the hackathon will be a per group pitch that considers technical and business plan together with a demo of the proposed solution.

To participate in this event you must fill in our online survey and register by clicking the button below. 

Please bring your loptop.

 

*The C3S service aims to:

  • Become an authoritative source of climate information for Europe.
  • Build upon national investments and complement national climate service providers.
  • Support the market for climate services in Europe.
  • Provide free public access to climate change information.