When: Wednesday 13 May 2020 for 2 hours starting as follows (please double check your entry):
|Local time||UTC offset||Location||Comment|
|0800 PDT||−0800||California, Vancouver|
|1100 EDT||−0500||New York|
|1600 IST||+0100||Dublin||Irish Standard Time|
|1700 CEST||+0200||Berlin, Paris|
|2030 IST||+0530||New Delhi||Indian Standard Time|
What: 10 slots for 6 minute talks + 4 minutes questions/comments. Topic is broadly “open models and data for energy modelling”.
Who: Anyone can join to listen (up to 300 participants). We’re limiting it to 10 presentation slots to keep it a reasonable length.
How to suggest a talk: Use the edit button (bottom right) to add your talk to the list.
How to connect: Use Zoom (works for Windozzz, Mac, GNU/Linux, please download, install and test before the workshop ), apologies that it’s not free software, but it works very well for group calls. Technical zoom hosting will be provided by the Energy and Climate Research Network (ECRN) at Dublin City University, with support from the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) Insight Centre for Data Analytics.
A private page with meeting details will be posted at a later point in time!
Talk format: Zoom allows you to share your screen with other participants, so you can share your talk slides. We’d appreciate it if you made the slides available beforehand with an open licence like Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) .
Schedule (UTC, list of talks below)
1510 Talks start
1650 Talks finish
1650 Feedback/Open Forum
1700 Official finish
1730 Final finish
See wikipost below.
Format for each talk
- The speaker will be moderated into the meeting by the timekeeper
- The speaker can share their slides or screen by hovering over the main screen Zoom and clicking “Share” and choosing what they would like to share. Please remember to unmute your microphone and introduce yourself briefly.
- They can speak for 6 minutes. All other participants will be muted by the moderators during this time.
- After 5 minutes they will received a “1 minute warning” on audio from the timekeeper
- After 6 minutes they will be asked to stop talking by the timekeeper
- If they are still speaking after 6.5 minutes, the timekeeper will mute them (sorry).
- To ask questions to the speaker, write your question in the public “Chat”.
- The question moderator will group similar questions and ask the questioner to put their question over audio to the speaker.
- After 9.5 minutes the timekeeper will ask everyone to start wrapping up and prepare for the next speaker.
- If you have further questions for the speaker, please contact them privately or use the open forum at the end of the session.
We’d like to record the entire session and, for people who give their consent, make the recordings available after the session under a Creative Commons Attribution (CC BY 4.0) to those who were not able to make the meeting. We will try to make a registration page when you log into the meeting where you can give your consent or not. We will not publish anything without the consent of those being recorded. You may withdraw your consent afterwards as well. We will respect the wishes of anyone who asks to delete the recording of them during times when they were talking. We remind all users that the meeting was advertised on a public forum and we cannot stop any participants recording the meeting with screen capture. Please contact @robbie.morrison with questions about the recording.
Since we may be more than 50 people, we have to enforce some rules to respect everyone’s time and attention.
- We will keep military time and discipline.
- Download, install and test Zoom before the workshop .
- Use video if you can.
- Use a stable internet connection.
- Don’t talk unless invited to by one of the moderators.
- Use a headset if you’re talking.
- When you’re not talking, mute your microphone.
- If you call with a hurricane in the background, we will mute you.
- Ask questions in the public “Chat”.