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Technical help to design/upgrade/enhance the implementation of OASIS3-MCT and/or set up an efficient coupled system

last modified Dec 11, 2018 04:49 PM
In the frame of IS-ENES3, provided by CERFACS, a service available at user site to any climate research laboratory in Europe.
In the frame of the newly funded H2020 project “InfraStructure for the European Network for Earth System Modelling” (IS-ENES3, 2019-2022), work package 6 "Services on European ESMs and Software Tool", a transnational access action proposes to provide technical help at user site to design, upgrade or enhance the implementation of the OASIS3-MCT interface in your model(s) and/or set up a tailored and computationally efficient coupled system. This service excludes the scientific development, tuning, analysis and evaluation of the coupled model components themselves and of the coupled model as a whole.
 
In 2019, a total of 3 person-months of Dedicated User Support will be offered to 3 different groups. Provided by CERFACS, this service is available to any climate research laboratory in Europe.
To apply, briefly describe your project and your needs filling questionnaire available at: https://portal.enes.org/oasis/users/dedicated-user-support/questionnaire-for-oasis-dedicated-user-support (5 pages maximum). Send your project and the form to Eric Maisonnave (eric.maisonnave[at]cerfacs.fr).
 
**** The deadline for this 1st call for applicants is January 31th 2019 **** 
 
The evaluation will be based on the following criteria:
• Originality of the problem: e.g. new physics (ice sheets, hydrology, atmosphere/ocean boundary layer, regional modelling, ...), increased task parallelism (extraction and concurrent running of sub-components e.g. sea-ice), etc.
• Quality of the methodology proposed
• Expected scientific impact of the target coupled system and its long-term support by the applicant group
• Development of cooperation with communities outside ENES
• Potential training aspects for new or young users
 
The institutions selected will be notified by the end of March 2019.
 

For any question, please contact:

Eric Maisonnave (eric.maisonnave[at]cerfacs.fr)
Sophie Valcke (sophie.valcke[at]cerfacs.fr)
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