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The FP7 project JERICO organizes a 2nd summerschool after the successful 2013 one at Malta, see the 2014 Jerico Summer School announcement at the JERICO website.



14-20 june 2014 (saturday - friday)


Topic The preliminary title of this summerschool is "From data to decisions". We aim to cover the entire marine and coastal information cycle from data gathering via data management, data dissemination, data analysis, data assimilation to data-based policy decisions. A preliminary powerpoint of the entire summerschool is available as JERICO summerschool 2014 sketch.ppt.

Location The location is split between (i) holiday resort "Kijkduin" located near the beach south of the Hague, near the Sand engine coastal observatory and (ii) the Deltares offices in Delft, both in the Netherlands. The holiday resort site is within walking distance from the beach where the largest Dutch coastal observatory "Sand engine" is located, to which we will pay informal and work visits. The Deltares offices are a 30 min bus ride inland and offer lecture theaters for the lectures and excellent computational facilities for hands-on exercises.

Audience The target group is 30 early career scientists plus scientifically oriented early career marine spatial planners (MSP). Students are expected to arrange for their own funding for travel and lodging. To facilitate minimal participation barriers across disciplines and (EU) countries, students will be offered affordable lodging at YMCA pricing level for single rooms in European cities (~ 300 EUR for 7 nights) in the "Kijkduin" holiday resort, in bungalows shared by 3 students (separate rooms).

The "Kijkduin" lodging is available from the night june fri.13-sat.14 to night june thu.19-fri.20 (7 nights).

  • Arrival on either friday 13th or saturday 14th.
  • Informal dinner and ice breaker saturday 14th
  • Sunday june 15: morning, formal start of summerschool

Sun. june 15th (Kijkduin)



Sun. june 15th

Welcome (ppt)

Gerben J. de Boer (JERICO)

Sun. june 15th

The 4th paradigm / eScience (ppt)

Gerben J. de Boer (Deltares)

Sun. june 15,

From data to decisions: (chlorophyll-a): Quality of data (ppt)

prof. Remi Laane Deltares & University of Amsterdam


From data to information: MSFD, EMECO

David Mills, (Cefas), Hanneke Baretta (SME)

Mon. june 16th (Kijkduin)

data analysis



Data products: DIVA (ppt)

J-M. Beckers, (University Liege)


Data products: DINEOF (ppt)

J-M. Beckers, (University Liege)

Tue. june 17th (Deltares, Delft)

Data dissemination

Co-advertized as part of (Deltares Software Days)


EMODnet introduction, history, overview and outlook (slideshare)

Jan-Bart Calewaert from (EMODnet secretariat), Ostende


EurOBIS + ICES + VLIZ (slideshare)

Carlos Pinto from (ICES)


Introduction EMODnet physics lot + EuroGOOS + ROOSs (slideshare)

(EuroGOOS) dep.secretary Patrick Gorringe from (SMHI), Sweden


MyOcean Copernicus services and BOOS (slideshare)

Thomas Hammarklint from (SMHI), Sweden


SeaDataNet (slideshare)

Peter Thijsse from (MARIS), NL

Wed. june 18th (Kijkduin, beach)

data managament & measurements



Data management (plans), curation/archiving and citation

3TU datacenter, DataCite partner Tu Delft library


Monitoring at beach for Zandmotor: jetski, quad and RTK-carrier practical

Roeland de Zeeuw (Shore)

Thu. june 19th (Kijkduin)


Co-advertized as part of (Deltares Software Days )


Data assimilation with OpenDA: baclk-box approach and calibration

Martin Verlaan ( & (Deltares)


Data assimilation with OpenDA: Kalman filtering

Martin Verlaan ( & (Deltares)

Fri. june 20th (Kijkduin)




OpenEarth data managament

Gerben de Boer (OpenEarth)


Towards OGC Web Processing Service for MSFD

Gerben de Boer, use case EMODnet chemistry

  • Fri. june 20: formal end of the summerschool at lunch: departure
  • The "Kijkduin" lodging is available until friday june 20th.

The kijkduin holiday resort can be reached with public transport from Schiphol Airport (Amsterdam) or Rotterdam/the Hague Airport. You can also arrive at one of the two main international train stations of the Hague Den Haag CS (Central Station) or Den Haag (Hollands Spoor) which are connected by tram and bus.

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