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The Summit on the Future of Forecasting

Summit on the Future of ForecastingThe Summit on the Future of Forecasting, hosted NCAR/UCAR will feature world-leading researchers describing new technologies and emerging applications that have important implications for society. The summit will focus on renewable energy, highway safety, water management, space weather, wildfire prediction, severe storm forecasts, air pollution mitigation, aviation safety, regional climate projections, and science education, as well as new observing technologies and software developments.

This is a unique chance for officials in both the commercial sector and government agencies to preview emerging research developments. NCAR and UCAR scientists and contracting staff will be on hand to discuss potential collaborations, as well as licensing and commercialization opportunities. The setting will include private meeting areas to accommodate more detailed conversations.

The Summit on the Future of Forecasting will be held on July 2 from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at NCAR’s Center Green campus in Boulder. For those able to join the night before, there will be a private reception from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. It will feature tours of NCAR’s iconic Mesa Lab facility overlooking the city.

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