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Final Agenda (with Abstracts and Slides)

Day1

Welcome coffee

S. Joussaume, J.-C. André

Opening and Welcome

Session 1

The European HPC ecosystem (Chair : S. Valcke)

Abstracts/Slides

. Girona

BSC

EXDCI and its relation to Weather and Climate

The ESIWACE project website Slides

A. Kennedy

EPCC

What PrACE can offer to Weather & Climate

The ESIWACE project website Slides

J. Biercamp

DKRZ

The ESiWACE CoE

The ESIWACE project website Slides

E. Audit

CEA

EoCoE – Energy Oriented Centre of Excellence

The ESIWACE project website Slides

J. Labarta

BSC

The PoP CoE

The ESIWACE project website Slides

Break

P. Ruti

WMO

How to shape future met- services: a seamless perspective

The ESIWACE project website Slides

P. Bauer

ECMWF

ESCAPE, Energy efficient SCalable Algorithms for weather Prediction at Exascale

The ESIWACE project website Slides

M. Parsons

EPCC

NEXTGenIO, Next Generation I/O for the Exascale

The ESIWACE project website Slides

I. Kirchner

Freie Universität Berlin, Institute of Meteorology

A virtual laboratory for earth system studies

The ESIWACE project website Slides

Lunch break

Session 2

Innovative developments and today high- resolution models (Chair: U. Fladrich)

Abstracts/Slides

S. Nishizawa

RIKEN AICS (Japan)

High-resolution modelling and big data analysis at RIKEN AICS

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

V. Balaji

NOAA/GFDL

Recent advances in the GFDL Flexible Modeling System

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

P. Adamidis

DKRZ

HPC aspects of the ICON model and high-res simulations

The ESIWACE project website Slides

Break

C. Osuna

Meteo Swiss

STELLA and GridTools

The ESIWACE project website Slides

P. Bauer

ECMWF

The hydrostatic and non- hydrostatic global model IFS/ARPEGE

The ESIWACE project website Slides

R. Ford

SFTC Daresbury Laboratory

The Gungho dynamical core

The ESIWACE project website Slides

A.K. Gupta

Uni Research Klima, Norway

Scalability of NorESM high- resolution model

The ESIWACE project website Slides

End of Day 1

Day 2

Welcome coffee

Session 2 (follow-on)

Innovative developments and today high-resolution models (Chair: F. Prill)

Abstracts/Slides

K. Kulkarni

Juelich Supercomputing Center

The TerrSysMP terrestrial system modelling platform

The ESIWACE project website Slides

C. Osuna

Swiss National Supercomputing Center

Status of ICON climate model port on GPUs

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

V. Balaji

NOAA/GFDL

CPMIP: Measurements of real model performance

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

Session 3

New paradigms (languages, standards, next-generation models) (Chair: R. Budich)

Abstratcs/Slides

M. Rezny

ARC Centre of Excellence in Climate System Science

On the paths to Exascale, will we be hungry?

The ESIWACE project website Slides

S. McIntosh- Smith

Univ. Bristol

HPC future trends from a science perspective

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

M. Schulz

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory & MPI-Forum

Software standards at the example of the Message Passing Interface MPI

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

Break

P. Brown

Cray

Hardware, software, compilers-Future trends from a vendor‘s perspective


 The ESIWACE project website Slides

O.Oberst

IBM

Future storage, I/O, and data management

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

X. Vigouroux

ATOS

Why DKRZ asked the smart question? Why Bull expertise was key?

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

Lunch break

(Chair : K. Serradell)

Abstracts/Slides

A. McKinstry

Irish Centre for High-End Computing

HARMONIE, Hirlam-Aladin Research towards Mesoscale Operational NWP In Euromed

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

M. Acosta

Barcelona Supercomputing Center

Reproducibility of the Earth System Models: A computational point of view

The ESIWACE project website Slides

P. Dueben

Oxford University

The use of inexact hardware to improve weather and climate predictions

The ESIWACE project website Slides

L. Kornblueh

Max Planck Institute for Meteorology

Is streaming an alternative for post-processing workflows?

 The ESIWACE project website Slides

J. Rood

ETH Zürich

CLAW: a tool providing performance portability across emerging computing architectures

The ESIWACE project website Slides

P. Wohlschlegel

Allinea

Weather and climate models: preparing development workflow for exascale

 The ESIWACE project website  Slides

Break

Round table

A. Varghese

EU DG-Connect

The ESIWACE project website Slides

General discussion

Co-chairs: M. Carter (Met.O) Community aspects A. Kennedy (PrACE)

HPC-ecosystem aspects

How the community would like to organize itself to address the challenges of exascale?

The ESIWACE project website  Slides(Kennedy)

The ESIWACE project website Slides(Carter)

Closing (S. Joussaume & J. Biercamp)

End of workshop

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