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DRIHM presents an interesting video explaining the objectives and best practices of the project

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If you want to understand how to link meteorological, hydrological and hydraulic models into efficient modelling chains and how to run them on European e-infrastructures under the guidance of expert instructors and tutors or if you are excited about an inspiring, interdisciplinary, and problem based learning environment, then please consider participating at the DRIHM summer school by emailing a letter of interest that briefly indicates your motivation, background, previous experience with hydro-meteorological models and the expectations you have of the school. Please send this letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  latest by Friday, July 25th 2014. Attending the summer school is free of charge, including lecture notes and lunches. There are 15 scholarships available to cover travel and accommodation costs, if you wish to apply for financial support, please state so in your letter. A maximum of 24 participants will be notified by July 30th 2014. 

The summer school will take place from September 22nd until September 25th 2014 at the Civil Engineering School of the Technical University of Madrid, and is organized as follows:

Course presentation and theoretical background (day 1)

  1. Welcome and course presentation
  2. Presentation of DRIHM project and theoretical concepts
  3. Keynote lecture given by a well-known scientist

How to use DRIHM models stand alone (day 2)

  1. Theoretical introduction to DRIHM models
  2. Meteorological model: WRF
  3. Hydrological model: RIBS
  4. Hydraulic model: MASCARET
  5. WRF-Hydro

How to use model chains (days 3-4)

  1. Theoretical introduction on model chaining
  2. Tutorial on combination of model results
  3. Presentation of DRIHM portal from user point of view, including visualization
  4. Hands-on work on model chains

How to create and deploy new models (day 4)

  1. Adding new model instance: DRIHM portal for model owner
  2. Adding new model engine: Overview of DRIHMification process


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