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29. Mar 2022

DYAMOND data analysis contest at UMAP 2022

ESiWACE suports a DYAMOND data analysis contest for early career researchers at the 3rd Pan-GASS Meeting, Understanding and Modeling Atmospheric Processes (UMAP 2022).

7. Mar 2022

nextGEMS: Let’s hack in Vienna

The Hackathon of our partner project nextGEMS goes into the 2nd Cycle! Registration and stipend application is now open.

22. Dec 2021

Wanted: Scientific Programmer for in-situ data processing (all genders)

Come work with us! DKRZ is looking for a scientific programmer for in-situ data processing (all genders) to improve the analysis and visualisation workflow with the ICON weather- and climate model and ParaView. Your first year will be within project ESiWACE2. Apply before January 22, 2022!

23. Nov 2021

SC’21 Best Visualization Award for DKRZ, MPI-M, Stockholm University and Intel Corporation

A team of the German Climate Computing Center (DKRZ), the Max Planck Institute for Meteorology (MPI-M), Stockholm University, and the Intel Corporation has received the SC'21 Best Scientific Visualization & Data Analytics Showcase Award for their visualisation “Putting the Ocean into the Center: A coupled ICON Atmosphere/Ocean Simulation in Spilhaus Projection”, which was supported by ESiWACE2.

12. Nov 2021

ESiWACE2 will be contributing to SC21

This year's Supercomputing Conference (SC21) will be held as a hybrid event from 14 to 19 November 2021. Find out about our ESiWACE2-related activities there!

4. Nov 2021

HPDA & Visualisation training 2021 successfully completed

At this year's ESiWACE2 online training on High Performance Data Analytics (HPDA) and Visualisation, more than 60 registered participants from 20 countries gained hands-on experience using ParaView, Ophidia and PyOphidia.

29. Oct 2021

Submit your abstracts for EGU22!

At EGU22, ESiWACE2 colleagues will be co-convening sessions on high-resolution weather and climate simulations and on machine learning for earth system modelling. Submit your abstracts before 12 January 2022, 13:00 CET!

30. Sep 2021

ESiWACE2 Service call for 2022 now open!

We are looking forward to a new phase of supporting weather and climate modeling groups in preparing their codes for new hardware platforms and the upcoming generation of (pre-)Exascale supercomputers. Apply now for our services!

2. Aug 2021

XIOS User Support 2021 successfully allocated

With 4 proposals submitted to the 2021 call for Dedicated User Support for XIOS within ESiWACE2 User Service 2, the selection committee chose to support both the UK Met Office and Mercator-Ocean/LOCEAN-IPSL with 1 person-month each.

21. May 2021

ESiWACE2 contributions to vEGU21

At this year's virtual EGU General Assembly, ESiWACE2 project partners will be co-convening sessions on high resolution modelling of weather and climate and on machine learning for Earth System modelling, as well as contributing to a course on data visualisation.

30. Sep 2020

ESiWACE2 Services calls for 2021 are now open!

After a year of successful collaborations in accelerating atmospheric and sea ice-ocean modeling, we look forward to another year of working together with weather and climate modeling scientists in Europe!