The Third Workshop on Coupling Technologies for Earth System Models (CW2015) was held on the 20th-22nd of April, 2015 at the Manchester Art Gallery in Manchester, U.K.
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. Topics relevant to the workshop include, but are not limited to:
The Fourth Workshop on Coupling Technologies for Earth System Models (CW2017) was held on the 20th-22nd of March, 2017 at the Princeton Center for Theoretical Science on the campus of Princeton University, USA.
The workshop aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners in the field of coupling infrastructure for Earth System models. This workshop is the fourth in a series, the first being held at CERFACS in December 2010, the second at NCAR in February 2013, and the third in Manchester in April 2015.
Topics relevant to the workshop include, but are not limited to:
This workshop was sponsored by IS-ENES2 and the Princeton University Cooperative Institute for Climate Science.
Slides from the workshop talks
|9:00||Welcome - V. Balaji|
|9:10||Rocky Dunlap/NOAA/Univ. of Colorado||The Earth System Prediction Suite and the Earth System Framework Description Language|
|9:30||Mariana Vertenstein/NCAR||CESM coupling Infrastructure|
|9:50||Bob Oehmke/NOAA/Univ. of Colorado||Updates on Regridding in the Earth System Modeling Framework|
|10:10||Cheng Zhang & Li Ruizhe/Tsinghua University||C-Coupler|
|11:10||Scott painter/ORNL||Enabling efficient development of tightly coupled models with a mutliphysics management framework: Three case studies|
|11:30||Nic Hannah/Double Precision Pty Ltd||Tango|
|11:50||Yann Meurdesoif/IPSL||XIOS: From “in situ” post-treatment and interpolation of model data towards new coupling functionalities|
|12:10||Tom Clune & Atanas Trayanov/NASA GMAO||MAPL: The next generation|
|14:10||Bill Sacks/NCAR||Challenges in coupling a high-resolution ice sheet model to CESM|
|14:30||Mike Hobson/UK Met Office||LFRic|
|14:50||Bert Jagers/Deltares||Generic modeling suite for envrionmental modeling on global to local scales|
|15:10||Sue Chen/NRL||An integrated hydrological modeling system for high-resolution coastal applications|
|16:10||Emanuele Danovaro/CNR-IMATI||Constraint-based web interface for hydro-meteorological model chaining|
|16:30||Scott Peckham/ Univ. of Colorado||Geoscience Standard Names|
|16:50||Caleb Buahin/Utah State University||Parallel Optimization Simulations USing the HydroCouple Component-Based Modeling Framework|
|9:00||Jim Kinter/COLA/George Mason University||NOAA MAPP Task Force on Climate Model Development, System Architecture Working Group for the NWS|
|9:20||Neil Barton/NRL, Marine Meteorology Division||Development of the US Navy’s New Global Coupled Atmosphere - Ocean- Sea Ice Prediction System|
|9:40||Ufuk Utku Turuncoglu/Istanbul Technical Unviersity||Integrating existing in-situ data analysis and visualization approach with a model coupling framework (ESMF)|
|10:00||Naomi Maruyama/Univ. of Colorado/CIRES/NOAA/SWPC||WAM-IPE coupling|
|11:00||Carsten Lemmen/Helholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht||Modular System for Shelves and Coasts (MOSSCO) - Enabling diverse coupled applications|
|11:20||Kristian Mogensen/ECMWF||On the importance of coupling in Earth System Modelling for NWP|
|11:40||Sebastien Masson/UPMC/UCLA||Use of OASIS-MCT|
|12:00||Tobias Bauer/Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research||ICON-GETM coupling using ESMF|
|14:00||Sophie Valcke/CERFACS||First results from the IS-ENES2 coupling technology benchmarks|
|14:20||Robert Jacob/ANL||Performance of MCT from high-resolution coupled simulations with ACME and the CIME coupler|
|14:40||Vijay Mahadeva/ANL||Scalability of two different remapping implementation on large-scale machines|
|15:00||Philip Jones/LANL||Dynamic task parallelism|
|15:20||Jean-Christophe Rioual and Richard Hill/ UK Met Office||Implications of new developments on couplers, associated technical librairies and scientific workflows|
|16:20||Arnaud Caubel/IPSL||IPSL earth system model and workflow for CMIP6|
|16:40||Eric Maisonnave/CERFACS||“qui trop embrasse, mal étreint”|
|17:00||Mario Acosta/BSC||Computational coast of coupling for climate models using EC-Earth as an example|
|17:20||Marshall Ward/National||Computational Infrastructure ACCESS-CM|
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|9:00||Keynote: Olga Sergienko and Bob Hallberg||The numerical stability of ice/ocean coupling, introducing interactive ice sheets into coupled models, and implications for coupler design|
|10:00||Raymond Menzel/GFDL||Furthering the Component Concurrency Paradigm|
|10:20||Niki Zadeh/GFDL||A more granular level coupler and intermediary subcomponents may accelerate the development of newer features that require flux exchange between the component models|
|11:20||Mozheng Wei/NRL||Assessing the cross covariance between atmosphere and ocean in a weakly coupled data assimilation system using coupled ensemble based on COAMPS|
|11:40||Niki Zadeh/GFDL||Porting the Los Alamos Sea Ice model (CICE) into the GFDL modeling infrastructure (FMS)|
|12:00||Jeremy Walton/UK Met Office||Coupling an Adaptive-Mesh Icesheet Model to a Global Climate Model|
The 5th Workshop on Coupling Technologies for Earth System Models (CW2020) was held virtually on September 21st-24th 2020, with one session of 3.5 hours each day, starting at 15h00 (Paris time).
The workshop aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners in the field of coupling infrastructure for Earth System Models. This workshop is the fifth in the series, started in 2010 in Toulouse and followed by Boulder USA (2013), Manchester UK (2015), and Princeton USA (2017).
Session 1: Coupling technology latest developments I
Session 2: Coupling technology latest developments II
Session 3: Coupling models in practice I
Session 4 - Computational performances of coupled models
Session 5: Data Assimilation and NWP
Session 6: Coupling models in practice II
Session 7: Coupling models in practice III
Session 8: Coupled model workflows
The CW2020 Organising Committee is composed of:
This workshop is funded by the EU H2020 IS-ENES3 project
Contact: Sophie.Valcke[@]cerfacs.fr .
OFFICIAL WORKSHOP WEBPAGE (Registration and detailed information).
The 6th Workshop on Coupling Technologies for Earth System Models (CW2023) will be held on January 18-20, 2023 at the “Centre International de Conférences” on Météo-France campus in Toulouse, France. The workshop will be held in a hybrid format with remote attendance possible.
The workshop aims to bring together leading researchers and practitioners in the field of coupling infrastructure for Earth System Models. This workshop is the sixth in the series, started in 2010 in Toulouse and followed by Boulder USA (2013), Manchester UK (2015), Princeton USA (2017) and virtual (2020).
Topics relevant to the workshop include, but are not limited to:
To propose a presentation, please send an abstract to email@example.com before Friday, October 14th, 2022. Participation without making a presentation is also possible but the meeting space is limited to 70 people and presenters will have priority.
Further information on the programme and registration procedure will be provided later on this webpage.
The CW2023 Program Committee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
This workshop is funded by the EU H2020 IS-ENES3 project and co-organised with the Argonne National Laboratory.
The International Working Committee on Coupling Technologies (IWCCT) organizes global efforts related to the characterization, comparison, and benchmarking of Earth system model coupling technologies.
IWCCT leads international workshops that promote dialogue among groups engaged in developing model coupling technologies and infrastructure. These workshops are being held about every other year (see list of workshops above).
Discussions from the 2010 workshop resulted in a review paper on the state of the art, entitled Coupling Technologies for Earth System Modelling (in Geosci. Model Dev., 5, 1589-1596, 2012).
See the IWCCT github repository.