Tennessee Leeuwenburg

Scientific and Predictive Software Lead – bom

About me

Tennessee is the Scientific and Predictive Software Lead on the supercomputer programme at the Bureau of Meteorology. He is passionate about software engineering and the potential for computers and information technology to improve all of our lives.

Specialties: Scientific Programming, Modelling Systems, Artificial Intelligence, Text Generation, Natural Language Generation, Management, Continual Learning


How I can help

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Uses and applications of weather data and prediction data.
I'll be at
Melbourne Official

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Historical rainfall and temperature forecast and observations hourly data

Historical rainfall and temperature forecast and observations hourly data (2015-05 to 2016-04), used to compare and verify forecasting. Observations data is from a sample of 518 AWS stations over land, and is at the surface level. Data has been aggregated from one-minute readings into hourly v...


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