Hardware Interface and Data Analysis(HIDA) for Unified Earth System Observation
AlM: Participants are invited to come up with new innovative Prototypes or Ideas that will help in efficiently solving one or more problems for the Earth system observation.
Ocean supplies heat and moisture to the atmosphere – Sea Surface Temperature (SST) is one of the important properties that affects and indicates heat and moisture fluxes. There will be two tracks of student hackathon – HIDA.
TRACK 1: HARDWARE INTERFACE- focuses on using hardware to provide a solution to the problem statement to be given by us. Robust, flexible all-time 24×7, all weather, and low-cost electronics and software is the main goal to be applied to a variety of science missions for acquiring data and storing both terrestrial and ocean applications.
TRACK 2: DATA ANALYSIS involves using high quality labelled data from prior missions with similar sensors to investigate natural and sensor/platform induced signals. The problem statement will initiate a new thinking process among students to handle different types of the data format used in land and ocean observation and also involve them in producing logical codes to process the data based on the requirement.
STUDENT TEAM : Team comprising of 3-5 college students need to submit the ideas for the problem statement and at least one of them should have a valid registration with IEEE/MT S Oceans’ 22 conference. Only one registration per track/team is allowed. Bonafide certificate is to be submitted from College/University.
- Tentative date for this event : 20 – 21 February, 2022
- Attractive Prizes will be announced
Thank you to our patrons
25 June 2021
Abstracts submission opening
31 August 2021
Deadline for tutorial proposals CLOSED 06 15 September 2021
Deadline for abstract submission
30 October 2021
31 October 2021
30 November 2021
Student poster acceptance notification
30 December 2021
Final paper upload and registration deadline
10 January 2022
Deadline for early bird registration fee