Getting started

How-to-work with simulation data


If you want to get started looking at the DYAMOND simulations and don‘t know how, check out our new „How To“ site easy.gems. That page is a living document and will be growing throughout our project. If you have a workflow, code, etc. that could be helpful for others, please consider contributing to the easy.gems collection.

Station list for high-frequency logging data

Stations were chosen that host a high quality observational site (Lindenberg, Cabauw, Sodankyla Fin­land, ARMS OKL, Barrow Alaska, Summit Greenland, Dome C Antarctica, Payerne Switzerland, ATTO), hosted a field campaign (EUREC4A, MOSAIC) or are a location with a renewable energy park (IBER). The locations of the chosen stations can be found here.

Weekly Storms&Science hours

We have established a weekly meeting slot for everyone who is interested. Every theme within the project will circulate and organize science talks and discussions. Once in a while we made a digression towards related topics. It should be seen as an opportunity for collaboration and exchange within the project. You got curios? Get in touch and subscribe to our channel!

3 pm to 4 pm CEST / 2 pm to 3 pm GMT, WET / 4 pm to 5 pm EEST

Description of Action

Deliverables and other reports

Every EU funded project has to keep records and other supporting documentation in order to prove the proper implementation and the costs declared as eligible. As a part of „Description of the Action“, Deliverables are additional outputs (e.g. information, special report, a technical diagram brochure, list, a software milestone or other building block of the project) that must be produced at a given moment during the action (based on the HORIZON 2020 Online manual (March, 2022)).

If you want to know more about the project, the reports are listed here.


Here you can make settings regarding data protection.