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IS-ENES3/ESGF Virtual Workshop on Compute and Analytics

Dec 02, 2019 from 04:00 PM to 07:15 PM (Europe/Vienna / UTC100)
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The IS-ENES3/ESGF Virtual Workshop on Compute and Analytics is a web meeting organized in the context of the EU H2020 IS-ENES3 project in close collaboration with the Earth System Grid Federation international effort.

The Virtual Workshop will discuss users’ requirements, solutions, gaps and challenges about the compute and analytics services in the climate change domains. 

Talks on state of the art implementations in this field as well as applications built on top of them will be presented. The main outcome of the workshop, which will collect all contributions from the participants, will be documented into a final report on “Compute service requirements and state of the art approaches”.


December 2nd, 2019 

16:00 - 19.15 CET (10:00 - 13:15 EST,  07:00 - 10:15 PST, 02:00 - 05:15 AEDT)

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16:00-16:05 Welcome session - Chair: Sandro Fiore

Welcome - Workshop Introduction and opening remarks

Sylvie Joussaume (IPSL-CNRS, IS-ENES3)

Ghaleb M. Abdulla (LLNL, ESGF) 
16:05-17:15 Session 1 – State of the art on the climate compute and analytics services: requirements, solutions and gaps - Chair: Christian Pagé

Compute and Analytics services at DKRZ: status and plans

Stephan Kindermann and Carsten Ehbrecht, DKRZ

An open “data-side” platform for climate analytics and services

Guillaume Levavasseur, IPSL

Robust and Reliable WPS for climate simulations – nothing clever, just test, test, test!

Ag Stephens, UKRI

A Climate Analytics Hub for multi-model analysis  

Donatello Elia, CMCC
17:05-17:15 Questions
17:15-18:30 Session 2 - State of the art on the climate compute and analytics services: requirements, solutions and gaps - Chair: Ghaleb M. Abdulla

Compute Services requirements for the climate impact community using C4I

Maarten Plieger, Wim Som de Cerff, Janette Bessembinder, KNMI,

Christian Pagé, CERFACS


Packaging, deployment and interfacing of machine learning applications in scientific workflow environments

Tom Landry, CRIM

The Earth Data Analytic Services (EDAS) Framework

Thomas P. Maxwell, NASA

Compute with Kubernetes

Jason Jerome Boutte, LLNL

Talk by NCI 

Ben Evans, NCI 

18:30-19:15 Session 3 - Discussion session on Compute and Analytics - Chair: Sandro Fiore
18:30-19:10 General discussion on requirements
19:10-19:15 Wrap up and closing remarks
19:15 End of the Virtual Workshop


Organizing Committee

Sandro Fiore (CMCC), Christian Pagé (CERFACS), Sylvie Joussaume (IPSL) and Ghaleb M. Abdulla (LLNL)




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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