In the frame of the Η2020 DARE project (SKEL Lab) a webinar is organised, focusing on the use of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data applied on a Seismology use-case and the calculation of earthquake source parameters.

During the session, speakers will introduce the DARE platform and the project to both research developers and domain researchers of the seismological community of EPOS, who work on a daily basis with tools and workflows for earthquake analyses in the context of emergency communication.

The webinar will cover interaction with the DARE platform which can help to supplement user-facing applications. The webinar will also include deployment instructions and a short hands-on session. A number of test accounts on an operational DARE installation will be provided for limited time to be used upon availability.

Webinar: Introduction to the DARE platform – Focusing on Earth Sciences (Seismology)
Where: Online
When: Wednesday 11 November 2020, 10:00-11:30 CET (11.00 Athens)
Registration link: https://forms.gle/6EDjTAR6fyEb2z8Y8

A follow up email will be sent to registrants with connection instructions.


The DARE platform, the main technical outcome of the DARE project (curent release 3.6), enables the seamless development and reusability of high-level scientific workflows and applications, and the reproducibility of the experiments. It emphasises RESTful-based interaction to deliver Workflow-as-a-Service (WaaS) functionality and dynamic loading of execution contexts, therefore hiding significant technical complexity from the end users. The platform currently supports use cases from the domains of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences. It is primarily intended to be used by research engineers and researchers.

                                                                       Webinar Agenda

11 Nov (CET)
Program
Presenter
10:00-10:05
Welcome and introduction to the DARE project
Iraklis Klampanos, NCSR Demokritos
10:05-10:25
The DARE platform: Tools and API
Iraklis Klampanos, NCSR Demokritos
10:25-10:40
The implementation of the MT3D (Moment Tensor in 3D) use-case
Federica Magnoni, INGV
10:40-10:45
Evaluation overview
 Aurora Constantin, UEDIN
10:45-10:50
Q&A
End of 1st part
10:50-11:10
DARE platform components and deployment
Iraklis Klampanos, NCSR Demokritos
11:10-11:30
Hands on session for registered users
End of webinar

In October 2020 a similar DARE Webinar took place focusing on Climate & Atmospheric Sciences with the aim to introduce the DARE platform to the wider ENES community via a use-case dealing with cyclone tracking.

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