About the workshop

This virtual workshop is a continuation of the NOAA series of workshops on “Leveraging AI in Environmental Sciences.” The third event continues the successes of previous workshops and encourages participation by scientists, program managers, and leaders from the public, academic and private sectors who work in AI and environmental sciences. The theme for this year’s workshop is “Transforming Weather, Climate Services, and Blue Economy with Artificial Intelligence.” This year’s workshop is led by the NOAA Center for Artificial Intelligence (NCAI), a program in the formulation stage.

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Thursday, September 16 • 4:00pm - 4:45pm
Virtual Poster Walk - Part VI

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Chairs: Rob Redmon; Yoonjin Lee

Linsey Passarella – "The Use of a Deep Neural Network to Represent Radiation Transfer Calculations in the E3SM"
Muhammed Sit – "Short-term Hourly Streamflow Prediction with Graph Convolutional GRU Networks"
Marwa Majdi – "Automatic Fog Detection and Visibility Estimation From Camera Images Using Deep Learning Features"
Micheal Simpson – "Deep Learning and Radar-Based Quantitative Precipitation Estimates"
Shiheng Duan – "Predicting daily snow water equivalent with machine learning models"
Stephen A. Shield – "Diagnosing Supercell Environments: A Machine Learning Approach"
Amy Mueller – "Multisensor and data science approaches to enable affordable, scaleable nutrient sensing in marine environments for coastal monitoring and aquaculture management"
Li Xu – "Improve the sub-seasonal forecast skills by the deep learning: a preliminary study by the GEFSv12 extended forecast"
Thomas Y. Chen – "Comparing Arctic sea ice drift prediction results via multiple machine learning methodologies"

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Yoonjin Lee

Post-doc, CIRA
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Robert Redmon

Scientist, NOAA / NCEI
Senior scientist with NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI)

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Thomas Y. Chen

Student, Academy for Mathematics, Science, and Engineering

Marwa Majdi

Postdoc, University of North Dakota

Amy Mueller

Northeastern University
sensors, coastal nutrient pollution, data science


Thursday September 16, 2021 4:00pm - 4:45pm MDT
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