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3rd Workshop on Coupling Technologies for Earth System Models (MS3.2)

The workshop aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners in the field of coupling infrastructure for Earth System models. This workshop is the third in a series, the first being held at CERFACS in December 2010 and the second at NCAR in February 2013.
When Apr 20, 2015 12:00 AM to
Apr 22, 2015 12:00 AM
Where Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, U.K.
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Topics relevant to the workshop include, but are not limited to:

  • Recent developments and experience reports on the development and use of coupling infrastructure for Earth System and other geoscience community models
  • Performance characteristics of coupling infrastructure, including benchmarking
  • Experiences from, and interaction with, the wider geoscience coupling community (such as hydrological modelling)
  • Framework interoperability (for example, the use of multiple coupling technologies in a single coupled application)
  • The role and use of metadata in coupling technologies 
  • Community aspects of coupling technology development: how to fund, govern and work together?



Mariana Vertenstein, CESM Coupling Infrastructure 

V. Balaji, Recent advances in coupling at GFDL

Jennifer Brauch, COSMO-CLM performance using OASIS

Uwe Fladrich, A new hub: Coupling reviewed in EC-Earth/ESM
Sophie Valcke, IS-ENES2 Benchmarking

Eric Maisonnave, IS-ENES2 performance metrics

Mike Hobson, IS-ENES2 benchmarks, cubed sphere grids and remapping, ESMF and OASIS3-MCT

Arnaud Caubel, Technical aspects of the IPSL Earth System model
Scott D. Peckham, Earth System Bridge
Carsten Lemmen, MOSSCO coupling framework
Robert Oehmke, ESMF and regridding 

Rocky Dunlap, NUOPC interoperability layer, Earth System Prediction Suite, and the Cupid Integrated Development Environment 

Li Liu, C-Coupler1

Anthony Craig, OASIS3-MCT

Bert Jagers, Environmental modelling: crossing scales and domains Quillon Harpham, Metadata in a hydro-meteorological model chain Kristian S. Mogensen, ECMWF "uncoupled" model coupling using subroutine calls
Ufuk Turuncoglu, Regional ESM using NUOPC/ESMF

Richard Hill, UKESM, 3D coupling

Steve Mullerworth, LFRic next generation Met Office UM, future challenges 

Jean-Christophe Rioual, Transition to Rose and high resolution coupled modelling 

Robert Jacob, DOE ACME project 

Working Session II – Future Issues: interoperability, sharing of models/infrastructure, governance, exascale (Sophie Valcke, Rob Jacob) 

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