Four projects have been selected for the FY23 WPO VORTEX-USA Awards. The grant total for the four selected projects equals $2.5M with each project being funded for 3 years beginning in August 2023.
The award total* for the 10 selected projects is: $4 M in cooperative agreements.
Join us for a week-long virtual CodeFest on September 18-22 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The CodeFest is open to participants of all experience levels.
Are you planning to submit a proposal for the Data Assimilation (DA) Consortium? Before you apply, be sure to check out these additional FAQs about the competition.
Biden-Harris Administration announces up to $7 million through Investing in America agenda to improve weather predictions
Today, the Department of Commerce and NOAA announced a $7 million funding opportunity through President Biden’s Investing in America agenda to establish a new multi-university Data Assimilation Consortium that will improve weather predictions. As the climate crisis contributes to worsening extreme weather events affecting Americans nationwide, this investment will give Americans the information and tools they need to prepare and stay safe.
FREE Virtual Training Workshops are being held July 24-26 during UIFCW23. Help advance the Unified Forecast System (UFS) through EPIC’s hands-on workshops and accelerate weather modeling and innovations through open science. There is limited space.
Welcome NOAA’s Weather Program Office (WPO) Innovation for Next Generation Scientists (WINGS) Fellowship Inaugural Class
UCAR | CPAESS and NOAA’s Weather Program Office are excited to welcome the inaugural class of the Weather Program Office (WPO) Innovation for Next Generation Scientists (WINGS) Dissertation Fellowship of 2023-2024. Congratulations to our 2023 WINGS Fellowship Awardees: Shreyas Rajendra Dhavale, Emily Faber, and Joseph Knisely.
In recognition of the Year of Open Science, NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) and EPIC (Earth Prediction Innovation Center) have been featured on Open.Science.gov for the collaborative and open science work on the Unified Forecast System (UFS).
The 5-day workshop will engage the greater Weather Enterprise in the ongoing effort to accelerate contributions to the Unified Forecast System.
A new article published in the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society details how the Earth Prediction Innovation Center (EPIC) is working to unify community weather modeling and advance numerical weather prediction using open-source and open-science methods. Written by current and former NOAA leaders Richard W. Spinrad, Louis W. Uccellini, Dorothy M. Koch, Craig N.…