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  • Welcome to DyDESS | DyDess Conference 2014
    Building 54 1827 November 6th 7th Activities Cambridge Marriott Salon 4 WE ARE ON Meeting starts late on November 5 afternoon the technical program starts the morning of November 6 so plan to arrive on Nov 5 The program ends November 7 afternoon 11 4 14 Registrations complete arrive onsite to make arrangements if you wish to attend 11 4 14 Only two people have not yet sent their final packages mostly ready 11 4 14 If you are printing your poster locally and would like us to pick it up for you please contact Julie to make arrangements Posters for local printing must be submitted directly to www fedex com by TUESDAY 5PM Choose Harvard Square 1 Mifflin Place Cambridge MA location How to prepare posters and talks Click here 10 1 14 All reviews have been disseminated If you did not get yours please let us know at dydess at mit dot edu check your spam folder 9 16 14 EMAIL notification to accepted and rejected papers have been sent If you did not receive either and are expecting one or the other please contact dydess at mit dot edu asap or check your spam folder How to

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  • List of Papers | DyDess Conference 2014
    One Step Ahead Smoothing based Joint Ensemble Kalman Filter for State Parameter Estimation of Hydrological Models Gharamti M E Y M Marzouk X Huan and I Hoteit A Greedy Approach for Placement of Subsurface Aquifer Wells in an Ensemble Filtering Framework Godinez H C E Lawrence D Higdon A Ridley and J Koller Specification of the Ionosphere Thermosphere using the Ensemble Kalman Filter Haller G keynote Objective Detection of Lagrangian Vortices in Unsteady Velocity Data Knapp J D M Elo J Shaeffer1 and P G Flikkema Towards Intelligent Closed Loop Workflows for Ecological Research Lagor F D and D A Paley Active Singularities for Multivehicle Motion Planning in an N Vortex System Low K H J Chen T N Hoang N Xu and P Jaillet Recent Advances in Scaling up Gaussian Process Predictive Models for Large Spatiotemporal Data Madankan R P Singla and T Singh Parameter Estimation of Atmospheric Release Incidents Using Maximal Information Collection Mohamad M A and T P Sapsis Probabilistic Description of Extreme Events in Intermittently Unstable Systems Excited by Correlated Stochastic Processes Nino E D and A Sandu Variational Data Assimilation Based On Derivative Free Optimization Rao A D J Poulose P Upadhyay and S Mohanty Local scale assessment of tropical cyclone induced storm surge inundation over the coastal zones of India in probabilistic climate risk scenario Ravela S H Seybold and P Tagade Tractable Information Potential Estimation for Data Assimilation Ravela S I Jankov J Salas B Rosas O Gonzalez S Gregory and Z Toth Statistical Inference for Coherent Fields From Theory to Application Seo D J B Kerke M Zink N Fang J Gao X Yu iSPUW A Vision for Integrated Sensing and Prediction of Urban Water for Sustainable Cities Seok J H S J Lee and H L Choi A Gaussian Process Enabled

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  • Organization | DyDess Conference 2014
    Ida Green Professor of Oceanography Massachusetts Institute of Technology Jonathan How Richard Cockburn Maclaurin Professor of Aeronautics and Astronautics Massachusetts Institute of Technology Program Chairs Dennis Bernstein Aerospace Engineering University of Michigan Sai Ravela Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology Adrian Sandu Computer Science Virgina Tech Program Committee Area Chairs in bold Mark Berliner Ohio State University Statistics Jesse Belden Naval Undersea Warfare Center Dennis Bernstein University of Michigan Aerospace Engineering William Blackwell MIT Lincoln Laboratory Remote Sensing Han Lim Choi Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology Aerospace Engineering Dacian Daescu Portland State University Dara Entekhabi Massachusetts Institute of Technology Civil and Environmental Engineering Jon How Massachusetts Institute of Technology Aeronautics and Astronautics Patrick Heimbach Massachusetts Institute of Technology Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences Pierre Lermusiaux Massachusetts Institute of Technology Mechanical and Ocean Engineering John Leonard Massachusetts Institute of Technology CSAIL and Mechanical Engineering Linsey Marr Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University John Marshall Massachusetts Institute of Technology Program in Oceans Atmosphere and Climate Abani Patra University at Buffalo Mechanical and Aerospace Antonio Possolo National Institute of Standards and Technology Sai Ravela Massachusetts Institute of Technology Earth Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences Adrian Sandu Virginia Polytechnic Institute

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  • DyDESS 2014 Call for papers | DyDess Conference 2014
    an effective integration of sensing observation and inference with physical chemical biological and social models The necessary integration of data and science is multifaceted and symbiotic with applications from model based sensing to data driven modeling While the attendant issues of predictability uncertainty and risk reduction are of great interest in multiple areas of science engineering and mathematics a rigorous forum to present collective advances has been missing Vision The Dynamic Data driven Environmental Systems Science DyDESS Conference is envisioned as a premier conference coalescing the sciences with computation systems science and machine intelligence It provides a forum for scientists and engineers in the emerging environmental systems research issues an opportunity for young researchers to meet leading scientists and brings together those interested in the Dynamic Data Driven Application Systems framework for environmental applications It provides an interdisciplinary forum to help methodology meet application and to showcase results and new promising methodologies Scope DyDESS invites original papers in the effective coupling of data and models for environmental applications particularly research that integrates both methodology and experiments suggests new promising methodology or demonstrates successful application DyDESS is a single track conference that includes keynote oral and poster sessions and awards for outstanding papers DyDESS invites papers in the following areas a Sensing imaging and retrieval for the oceans atmosphere space land earth and planets that is informed by the environmental context b Algorithms for modeling and simulation downscaling model reduction data assimilation uncertainty quantification and statistical learning Methods that tackle nonlinear and high dimensional problems are of particular interest c Methodologies for planning and control sampling and adaptive observation and efficient coupling of these algorithms into information gathering and observing system designs d Applications of methodology to environmental estimation analysis and prediction including climate natural hazards oceans cryosphere atmosphere land space

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  • News | DyDess Conference 2014
    Marquardt for administrative support Kurt Sternlof arrangements Chair for the fantastic work Please thank them if you see them at DyDESS DyDESS 2014 CFP Mon 06 09 2014 The call for papers is out we are very excited Welcome to

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  • Information | DyDess Conference 2014
    mail a pdf of the paper in the following format to dydess submit mit edu Publicity Download this flyer to display in your organization and this message for email Registration Registration will open August 9 2014 General information and inquiries

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  • Credits | DyDess Conference 2014
    2014 Maura Conron for design and graphics Julie Marquardt for administrative support Kurt Sternlof arrangements Chair for the fantastic work Please thank them if you see them at DyDESS Welcome to DyDESS The Program Selected Contributions Camera Ready HowTo Register

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  • DyDESS 2014: CFP | DyDess Conference 2014
    Search DyDESS 2014 CFP June 9 2014 The call for papers is out we are very excited https dydess mit edu dydess 2014 call papers Welcome to DyDESS The Program Selected Contributions Camera Ready HowTo Register Now Accommodations Organization Call

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