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This folder contains the abstracts of the different talks
The dynamic parallel PALM coupler
by A. Piacentini, T. Morel, A. Thévenin, F. Duchaine (CERFACS)
The Earth System Modeling Framework (ESMF)
Ryan O'Kuinghttons (NOAA/CIRES)
The Bespoke Framework Generator (BFG)
by Rupert Ford (Manchester University)
A New Flexible Coupler Designed for Earth System Modeling for CESM1
by T. Craig (NCAR)
The GFDL Flexible Modleing System (FMS)
by V. Balaji (Princeton University)
OASIS, a coupler for climate modelling
by S. Valcke (CERFACS)
The Model Coupling Toolkit MCT
by R. Jacobs, Argonne National Laboratory
The OpenMI interface for flexible, dynamic coupling
by Stef Hummel (Deltares)
Coupled models at the Max-Planck-Institute for Meteorology
by R. Redler (MPI-M)
C-Coupler: A Coupler for Earth System Modeling
by Xiaoge Wang (1), Li Liu (2), Guangwen Yang (2) (1) Department of Computer Science and Technology, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China; (2) Center for Earth System Science, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
The Model for Prediction Across Scales (MPAS)
by M. Duda (NCAR/MMM)
Data assimilation and coupling
by A. Piacentini
Addressing the Challenge of Exaflopic Computation
by J.-Y. Berthou (EDF R&D)
Future directions for coupling technology in Earth system modeling
by Balaji (Princeton University)
Designing HPC Software for an Uncertain World of Hardware
by W. Elwasif and D. Bernholdt (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
Feature modeling of coupling technologies
by Rocky Dunlap, Spencer Rugaber, and Leo Mark (Georgia Tech)
Metadata and coupling
by R. Ford (Manchester University)
Leveraging the New CESM1 CPL7 Architecture - Current and Future Challenges
by M. Vertenstein (NCAR)
Infrastructure requirements in support of Met Office models
by Steve Mullerworth (MetOffice)
Web based experiments with Earth system models of different complexity used for education at Freie University
by I. Kirchner
OOPS - An Object Oriented Framework for Coupling Data Assimilation Algorithms to Models
by Mike Fisher (ECMWF)
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