The series of AI4Copernicus of info webinars concluded with speaker Vincent-Henri Peuch, from partner ECMWF, who provided information on the domain of Health. The fourth AI4Copernicus café was held on 7 September 2021 and provided useful information and tips on the AI4Copernicus Open Calls submission process which is underway.

Talk Title: Monitoring and forecasting air quality in support of health applications

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Short bio: Dr Vincent-Henri Peuch is Director of the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) and Deputy Director of the Copernicus Department at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF). He oversees the management of a large body of scientific and technical activities, which underpins the operational delivery of information products about air quality and atmospheric composition worldwide. He worked as a scientist for Météo-France for 15 years before joining ECMWF in 2011 to lead the precursor European R&D activities that eventually led to CAMS. He is an internationally respected scientist working on numerical modelling and data assimilation of air quality and atmospheric composition. To date, he has co-authored over 95 peer-reviewed publications and advised 12 PhD theses. He serves or has served in a number of national and international scientific and advisory committees, including for the European Environment Agency, the World Meteorological Organisation and the World Health Organisation.

Find more information about the Open Calls and watch the previous AI4Copernicus cafés on Agriculture, Energy and Security here.

The Open Call Platform for proposal submission is now open: