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Exascale Technologies & Innovation in HPC for Climate Models - 3rd HPC Workshop

After two successful events in Lecce in December 2011 and Toulouse in January 2013 this will be the 3rd workshop dealing with challenges the community of climate modellers faces, through the development of high performance computing organized by ENES, the European Network for Earth System Modelling
  • Exascale Technologies & Innovation in HPC for Climate Models - 3rd HPC Workshop
  • 2014-03-17T10:00:00+01:00
  • 2014-03-19T17:00:00+01:00
  • After two successful events in Lecce in December 2011 and Toulouse in January 2013 this will be the 3rd workshop dealing with challenges the community of climate modellers faces, through the development of high performance computing organized by ENES, the European Network for Earth System Modelling
When
Mar 17, 2014 10:00 AM to Mar 19, 2014 05:00 PM (Europe/Vienna / UTC100)
Where
Cap San Diego, Überseebrücke, 20459 Hamburg, Germany
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Attendees
(last updated: Mar. 4th) Panagiotis Adamidis, Giovanni Aloisio, Jean-Claude Andree, Mike Ashworth, Chandan Basu, Peter Bauer, Joachim Biercamp, Hendryk Bockelmann, Reinhard Budich, Paul Carpenter, Claude Cohen, Luisa D'Amore, Damien Declat, Sébastien Denvil, Francisco Doblas-reyes, John Donners, Italo Epicoco, Irina Fast, Dave Fellinger, Rudolf Fischer, Uwe Fladrich, Rupert Ford, Marie-Alice Foujols, Anreas Göttlicher, Laura Grigori, William Gropp, Alok Kumar Gupta, Sylvie Joussaume, Robert Jacob, Martin Juckes, Christopher Kerr, Ingo Kirchner, Axel Koehler, Peter Korn, Luis Kornblueh, Julian Kunkel, Jesus Labarta, Xavier Lapillonne, Erwin Laure, Bryan Lawrence, Leonidas Linardikis, Rich Loft, Thomas Ludwig, Yvon Maday, Christopher Meynard, Eric Maisonnave, Georgios Markomanolis, Jochem Marotzke, Hendrik Merx, Yann Meurdesoif, Silvia Mocavero, Steve Mullerworth, Almerico Murli, Per Nyberg, Marie Parinet, Stan Posey, Christoph Pospiech, Markus Ramp, Rene Redler, Mike Rezny, Graham Riley, Steven Sandbach, Marie-Christine Sawley, William Barton Sawyer, Thomas Schulthess, Stéphane Senesi, Bjorn Stevens, Francois Thomas, Sophie Valcke, Pier-Luigi Vidale, Franck Vigilant, Shuting Yang
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Speakers' Presentations

Welcome Session
- Sylvie Joussaume, Introduction to (IS)ENES. Review of workshops 1 & 2 (Lecce / Toulouse)

Session 1 – Future trends in climate science & related HPC challenges
- Jochem Marotzke, Scientific challenges in climate modeling
- Thomas Schulthes, Scalable Software Developement for Climate Models
- Venkatramani Balaji, Overview from US
- Rich Loft, Refactoring CESM for exascale
- Pier-Luigi Vidale, The Upscale project

Session 2 - Status of EU Exascale projects
- Erwin Laure, CRESTA: Collaborative Research Into Exascale Systemware, Tools & Applications
- Hendrik Merx, DEEP: Dynamical Exascale Entry Platform

Session 3 - Status of EU G8 projects
- Julian Kunkel, ICOMEX: ICOsahedral-grid Models for EXascale Earth system simulations
- Martin Juckes, EXARCH: climate analytics on distributed EXascale data ARCHives

Session 4 - HPC Software challenges & solutions for the climate community
- Will Sawyer, The use of GPU in Climate models
- Xavier Lapillonne, Porting the COSMO model to GPUs
- Markus Ramp, Experiences with XEON PHI in the Max-Planck-Society
- Christopher Kerr, Results on XEON PHI at GFDL
- Christopher Maynard, Experiences with MIC at the MetOffice
- Luis Kornblueh, Why Compilers and workflow matter
- Jed Brown, Numerical Libraries and Framework (PETSc)
- Jesus Labarta, Performance tools (Paraver/Dimemas)

Session 5 - New Parallel Approaches at Exascale
- William Gropp, Hybrid Programming
- Laura Grigori, Communication-Avoiding Algorithms
- Yvon Maday, Talk on space-time parallelization

Session 6 – Working session on performance intercomparisons of climate models

Session 7 - HPC Hardware challenges & solutions for the climate community
- Marie-Christine Sawley, Weather and Climate roadmap to extreme scale: the Intel perspective
- Dave Fellinge, Designing a Highly Redundant Maintenance and Distribution System for Critical Research Data
- Franck Vigilant, A use case (based on NEMO)
- Christoph Pospiech, Load unbalance : a major bottleneck for climate applications on exascale systems
- Per Nyberg, Architectures for Extreme Scale Earth System Modeling
- Rudi Fischer, SX-ACE technology and future visions
- Stan Posey, NVIDIAS perspective on EXASCALE

Session 8 - Porting Climate Codes on top-of-the edge machines
- Steve Mullerworth, From Gung Ho to LFRic - replacing the Met Office Unified Model
- Panagiotis Adamidis, ICON for HD(CP)2 (High definition clouds and precipitation for climate prediction)
- Eric Maisonnave, The SPRUCE Project
- Francisco J. Doblas-Reyes, The HiResClim and SPECS Projects
- Yann Meurdesoif, DYNAMICO

Session 9 - Center of Excellence on Climate
- Sylvie Joussaume, Status of Commission initiatives
- Open Discussion


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IS-ENES3 has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 824084