Events: Details

4th Summer School on Data Assimilation and its applications: Oceanography, Hydrology, Risk & Safety and Reservoir Engineering

Category: Workshop
Description:

The goal is to get together experts in the field of data assimilation from different schools (statistics, system and control, pure mathematics, engineering, ... ) and to make use of their knowledge by

• Educating graduate students, young and senior researchers

• Knowledge transfer from the best lecturers to the students

• Exposing these new theoretical/algortihmic approaches and their applications to the Romanian academia and researchers

• Having extensive discussions and exchanging ideas

• Working hands-on with academia and commercial dedicated softwares.

This summer school targets primarily students and researchers at an early stage of their career with/without previous experience in data assimilation. Speakers and topics:

• Theoretical issues:

– Andreas Stordal (IRIS)- Particle filters and hybrid filters

– Geir Evensen (Statoil) - Ensemble Kalman Filter and its flavours

– Arnold Heemink (TU Delft) - Introductory talk on inverse modeling/data assimilation in geosciences

– Kees Lemmens (TU Delft) - Scientific Programming using C and Python; Parallel Programming using MPI; and GPU Programming using Cuda.

– Remus Hanea and Jon Satrom (Statoil and ResOptima)- Modern Reservoir characterization (Assisted History Matching) - Introduction and in-depth approaches.

– Roger Cooke (Resources for the Future) - Risk analysis and expert judgement basics and its applications

• Applications

– Laurent Bertino (Nansen Center) - Ocean and climate applications

– Ben Ale (TU Delft) - Risk quantification, risk management and Safety issues.

– Cristian Dinu (DHI - Romania) - Hydrology and Hydromechanics applications using Mike

– Rahul Fonseca (TU Delft)and Alin Chitu (TNO) - Ensemble based robust optimization and its flavors (application in reservoir modeling)

– Martin Verlaan (Deltares) - The OpenDA data-assimilation toolbox Cultural program: In the weekend (25-26 July 2015): to be announced. Participants:

• graduate students

• researchers

• Academia Registration fee:

• Students 400 Euros

• Researchers and Academia 800 Euros If you are interested in participating in this event please send an email to Remus Hanea, (rhaneATstatoil.com), and please attach a short description of your research and interest in this event.

 

When: Monday 20 July, 2015 12:00 pm EDT - Thursday 30 July, 2015 9:00 pm EDT
Where: Universitatea Translivania, Brasov, Romania
Tags:
  1. data assimilation
  2. hydrology
  3. oceanography
  4. reservoir engineering
  5. risk
  6. safety
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