The EU-funded ILIAD Digital Twin of the Ocean project initiated a series of webinars and training sessions. These events cover topics ranging from technical to economics and policy. This activity aims to support communication across different disciplines, ease the design process and improve engagement with ILIAD project partners.
The fourth webinar was titled ‘Ocean Modeling in the Frame of digital twins’ and was held online last week.
This webinar introduced state-state-of-the-art Ocean modelling in the frame of digital twins. Examples from digital twins of the ocean illustrated the implementation of ocean models in thematic areas such as oil spills. Integration of machine learning algorithms will also be shown.
Ocean Modelling, Challenges and Perspectives
A senior scientist at SINTEF Ocean, Ingrid Ellingsen, made an overview of the current state of ocean modelling. To learn more, watch the video below:
Copernicus Ocean Modeling
Sylvain Cailleau from Mercator Ocean International MOi (Toulouse, France) presented on the ‘Copernicus ocean modelling’ topic. To learn more, watch the video below:
Ocean models and machine learning algorithms in ILIAD thematic digital twins
Particle tracking Lagrangian models for marine pollution
Post-Doctoral Researcher at the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH) Katerina Spanoudaki gave a presentation on the topic ‘Particle tracking Lagrangian models for marine pollution’. To learn more, watch the video below:
Jellyfish clogging events – Citizen science and a particle tracking model approach
Paulo Chambel Leitão from Hidromod presented on ‘Jellyfish clogging events – Citizen science and a particle tracking model approach’ topic. To learn more, watch the video below:
More Information about the Webinar
To download the webinar slides, please fill out the form on this page
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About ILIAD – Digital Twin of the Ocean
ILIAD Digital Twin of the Ocean is an EU-funded project that builds on two decades of investments in policies and infrastructures for the blue economy and aims at establishing an interoperable, data-intensive, and cost-effective Digital Twin of the Ocean.
Groundstation.Space is one of the ILIAD consortium partners.