• The Copernicus Marine Week Brussels, 25-29 September 2017

Programme The Copernicus Marine Week - Brussels, 25-29 September 2017

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  13:00

Registration

  13:30 - 18:00

  Room: Ballroom 1+2

PLENARY SESSION: FROM THE EU VISION TO AN EU OPERATIONAL SERVICE

Overall Session content: CMEMS Ecosystem in the EU

Keynote:

13h30 - 13h45: CMEMS Ecosystem in the EU  - M. Facchini (DG GROW)

Setting the scene for the week:

13h45 - 14h15: “Where the Copernicus Marine Service stands now and expectations for Copernicus Marine Week” - P. Bahurel (Mercator Ocean)

Linked with all Copernicus Components

14:15 - 14:45: The Space Component: Live exchanges, S. Mecklenburg (ESA), P.Counet (EUMETSAT)

14:45 - 15:15: The InSitu Component: Live exchanges, H.S. Andersen (EEA), G. Nolan (EUROGOOS)

15:15 - 16:30: Bridges with other Copernicus Services, F. Rabier (ECMWF)

16:30-17:00: Coffee Break

Addressing European Commission DGs needs and requirements, moderated by C. Roeland (EC DG GROW)

17:00 - 17:15: Synergies between CMEMS and DG Needs, C. Thomas-Courcoux (MO)

17:15 - 18:30: Round Table: Next Opportunities, C. Thomas-Courcoux (MO), I. Shepherd (EC DG MARE), C. Martinez (EC DG CONNECT)

  08h30

Registration

  09h00- 13h00

2 SESSIONS in parallel

  Room: Ballroom 1+2

USER SPLINTER SESSION: Improving CMEMS Data Service and User feedback on current catalogue search, Moderator: D. Obaton (MO),

  Room: Madrid

HF RADAR in EUROPE, Chairs: J. Mader (AZTI), G. Nolan (EUROGOOS)

  14h00- 18h30

  Room: Ballroom 1+2

PLENARY SESSION: PRODUCING and DISSEMINATING RELIABLE and USER-DRIVEN DATA AND INFORMATION

Ensuring Availability, Timeliness, Reliability. How does it work with Space Data, InSitu Data, Models, and Quality for a user-driven service? Co-chairs: G. Coppini (CMCC), R. Gilmore (EC DG GROW), J. Johannessen (NERSC)

14:00 - 14:10: Producing data and information: overview - M. Fabardines (MO)

14:10 - 14:25: Upstream satellite observations - C. Donlon (ESA), S. Wannop (EUMETSAT)

14:25 - 14:40: Upstream in-situ observations - G. Nolan (EUROGOOS), S. Pouliquen (Euro-Argo)

14:40 - 15:10: Preparing ocean products based on observations - Y. Faugère (CLS)

15:10 - 15:40: Preparing ocean products based on 3D models - M. Tonani (UK Met Office)

15:40 - 16:10: Deriving information through multi-year assessments) - K. von Schuckmann (MO), S. Isoard (EEA)

16:10 -16:40: Coffee Break

16:40 - 17:00: Assessing the quality of data & information - F. Hernandez (MO)

17:00 - 17:20: Managing all the data sets - G. Gasciarino (MO)

17:20 - 17:40: Serving data and supporting users - S. Ciliberti (CMCC), C. Giordan (MO)

17:40 - 18:00: Getting feedback from users and adapting the service - A. Delamarche (MO)

18:00 - 18:30: Q&A

  08:00

Registration

  8:30 - 12:15

  Room: Ballroom 1+2

PLENARY SESSION: SERVING USERS AND SOCIETY

Overall Session content: CMEMS benefits for Member States, Regions and Society - Chairs: Bernd Brügge (BSH), Enrique Alvarez (Puertos del Estado),

8:30 - 8:45: Keynotes on market development - Cecile Thomas-Courcoux (Mercator Ocean)

8:45 – 9:35: MARITIME SAFETY

  • CMEMS downstream Ice Service in the Baltic Sea: land fast ice extent and thickness, M. Mäkynen, FMI, Finland
  • Search and rescue and oil spill combat in the Med Sea, P. Marra, LINKS, Italy
  • Seismic Ship Operation performance at sea, L. Dollon, CGG, France
  • Saving fuel thanks to ship routing, P. Bara, CMA CGM, France
  • Copernicus Maritime Surveillance: an integrated Maritime Service, EMSA, Portugal

9h35 - 10h05: MARINE RESOURCES

  • Multi-platform integrated assessment for the sustainability of Bluefin Tuna in the Mediterranean Sea,
    J. Tintore, SOCIB, Spain
  • SIMOcean, Meteo-Ocean data in Portuguese EEZ to model the sardine and mackerel distribution,
    N. Almeida, Deimos, Portugal
  • SEAWETRA: an integrated platform for monitoring marine systems, P. Tepsich, Cima Foundation, Italy

10:05 - 10:30: COASTAL & ENVIRONMENT

  • Downstreaming CMEMS products to serve Port needs: The SAMOA system, M. Garcia Sotillo, Puertos del Estado
  • EarthLab for coastal services – The case of water quality monitoring, C. Barbey, Telespazio, France

10:30 - 11:00: Coffee Break

11:00 - 11:20: COASTAL & MARINE ENVIRONMENT

  • Support to exploration activities for Deep Sea Mining, J. Carvalho, ISQ, Portugal
  • Environmental monitoring of offshore wind farm in the Mediterranean Sea, M. Lux, Noveltis, France

11:20 - 11:30: WEATHER, CLIMATE AND SEASONAL FORECASTING

  • Seasonal Forecasting at ECMWF, J-N. Thépaut and D. Dee ECMWF

11:30 - 12:15: ROUND TABLE: “Understanding and Meeting EU Member States and Regions expectations” moderated by Mercator Ocean R. Ayazi NEREUS, Representative of the Azores

  14h00- 18h00

SPLINTER SESSIONS

  Room: Madrid

Copernicus Space Component and CMEMS current state of the system

  Room: Lisbon

In-situ Infrastructure and CMEMS current state of the system

  ROOM: Ballroom 1+2

User Uptake Activities 14:00 -17:00

  08:00

Registration

  8:30- 13:00

  ROOM: Ballroom 1+2

PLENARY SESSION: R&D ACHIEVEMENTS and SERVICE EVOLUTION CHALLENGES

Overall Session content: CMEMS paves the way of tomorrow’s challenges, chairs: P.Y. Le Traon (Mercator Ocean), P. Brasseur (CNRS/STAC), L. Santoleri (CNR)

8:30 - 8:45: Keynote on Service Evolution and R&D (strategy, challenges), P.Y. Le Traon (MO)

8:45 - 9:45: Main R&D achievements from TACs and MFCs and user testimonies

  • High level altimetry data processing: G. Larnicol (CLS)
  • Advanced sea ice monitoring from a multi-sensor approach: L.A. Breivik (Met.NO)
  • High resolution ocean monitoring and forecasting : Y. Drillet and J.M. Lellouche (MO)
  • Biogeochemical modelling in the Black Sea and MSFD: M.L. Gregoire (ULG)

9:45-10:30: Benefits of CMEMS Service Evolution R&D projects / three examples

  • Increase. Innovation and networking for the integration of coastal radars into European marine services (Increase). J. Mader (AZTI)
  • Wave2nemo. Coupled ocean-wave model development in forecast environment : J. Staneva (HZG)
  • Greenup: a new ecosystem variable for marine resources sector: P. Lehodey (CLS)

10:30-11:00: Coffee Break  

11:00-11:45: Big data challenges and opportunities for CMEMS  

  • The Copernicus DIAS platforms: D. Quintart (EC DG GROW)
  • The Eumetsat/ECMWF/MO DIAS: Y. Buhler (Eumetsat)
  • Big data and data science : S. Nativi (CNR/STAC)

11:45-12:00: CMEMS R&D priorities and roadmap:   the main thematic areas: P. Brasseur (CNRS/STAC)

12:00 - 12:45: ROUND TABLE: THE ROLE OF H2020 TO ADDRESS CMEMS LONG TERM EVOLUTION AND SCIENTIFIC CHALLENGES moderated by P.Y. Le Traon (MO) – Participants: P. Breger (DG GROW) (TBC), V. Puzzolo (REA), P. Brasseur (CNRS/STAC).

12:45: SESSION END

  14:00 - 18:00

SPLINTER SESSIONS

  Room: Madrid

14:00 - 16:00: Long term evolution of Copernicus satellite component & marine requirements

  Room: Ballroom 1+2

14:00 - 18:30: CMEMS Service Evolution and H2020 R&D

  Room: Lisbon

16:30 - 18:30: Long term evolution of in-Situ observing systems & marine requirements

  08:00

Registration

  9:00 - 13:00

  Room: Ballroom 1+2

PLENARY SESSION: CMEMS FUTURE PROSPECTS

Overall Session content : YOUR COPERNICUS MARINE SERVICE TOMORROW ? Chairs: P. Bahurel (Mercator Ocean), N. Pinardi (UNIBO/CMCC)

9:00 - 9:15: Keynotes: CMEMS in the EU Space Strategy

9:15 - 10:15: Copernicus Marine Service Towards an Improved Offer

  • The Space Component:
    • ESA perspective,
    • EUMETSAT perspective, A. Ratier (EUMETSAT)
  • The In-Situ Component, E. Buch (EUROGOOS)
  • Copernicus Marine Service Tomorrow: What offer for what needs? - P.Y. Le Traon (MO), D. Obaton (MO)

10:15 - 10:30: “Video message” Industry and Public Sectors, Complementarity & New Paradigm, A. Veispak (DG GROW)

10:30 - 11:00: Coffee Break  

11:00 - 11:15: CMEMS to Serve EU Leadership Worldwide

11:15 - 11:30: CMEMS and OECD

11:30 - 11:45: CMEMS and GMES Africa

11:45 - 12:00: Training the next generation of CMEMS actors, N. Pinardi (UNIBO/CMCC)

12:00 - 12:45: ROUND TABLE: “CMEMS II, Future Prospects, moderated by P. Bahurel (MO), DG GROW, A. Ratier (EUMETSAT)

12:45 - 13:00: Your Copernicus Marine Service: What’s next? - P. Bahurel (MO)

13:00: Closure