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All public deliverables of ESiWACE are listed here below and can also be found on Zenodo.

Title Description Authors Delivery Date
D1.1 Agreed portfolio of community tools This document reports on shared software at the initial stage of ESiWACE, identifying different level of governance and analysing how it is applied in the single cases, listing stakeholders, steering and user groups and focusing on the role of the latters and on their interaction within the project... (read more in the report) Francesca Guglielmo (CNRS-IPSL) Mar 31, 2016
D1.4 First international HPC Workshop This deliverable reports about the HPC (High-Performance Computing) workshop, Toulouse on April 6 and 7 in 2016. The report explains how this workshop relates and build upon preceding workshops ... (read the full report) Jean-Claude André, Sophie Valcke (CERFACS) Apr 01, 2016
D1.5: Second International HPC workshop This deliverable is a report on the 5th ENES HPC workshop (Lecce, 17-18 May 2018). The main focus of the workshop, was on high-resolution modelling. It also addressed other issues such as Domain Specific Languages, coupling & I/O tools and involved discussions about European and international HPC ecosystems and data centres support, as well as.... (read more in the report) Giovanni Aloisio, Silvia Mocavero, Antonio Aloisio, Sandro Fiore (CMCC) Jun 05, 2018
D2.3 Multithreaded or thread safe OASIS version including performance optimisations to adapt to many‐core architectures The developments realised in OASIS3‐MCT to improve its parallel efficiency are detailed. These will be available in the next release OASIS3‐MCT_4.0 planned for spring 2018. The most important improvements concern the communication scheme and the hybrid MPI+OpenMP parallelisation of the Spherical Coordinate Remapping and Interpolation Package (SCRIP) library. Sophie Valcke (CERFACS) Mar 28, 2018
D2.5: White paper on a strategy for full convergence of I/O and coupling tools In this document, we perform a technical analysis of the similarities and differences between XIOS and OASIS regarding their general architecture, specific functionalities, API, configuration and development resources. Sophie Valcke (CERFACS) Aug 21, 2018
D2.6: Report outlining a strategic approach for efficiency savings based on concurrency and accuracy In this work we explore the use of OpenMP to run model components concurrently within a single executable. George Mozdzynski(ECMWF) Aug 21, 2018
D2.7: Report from study of data compression assessment This deliverable suggests three new compression methods to reduce data volume for model output of ensemble simulations. If the new methods are used, the number of bits that is used to store individual variables can be reduced to reduce overall data volume while keeping the loss of information minimal. Peter D. Dueben (ECMWF) Aug 31, 2018
D2.9 Implementation of ICON global 1km atmosphere-only demonstrator and performance analysis The ICON framework has been considered for the use in global high-resolution, atmosphere-only weather and climate simulations. Focus was put on two scenarios: an aqua-planet experiment using ECHAM physics and a realistic full-world simulation scenario in the context of numerical weather prediction. Philipp Neumann (DKRZ) Jul 31, 2017
D3.1 ESiWACE Application Software Framework: A White Paper. ESiWACE Application Software Framework: A White Paper. Version 1, Specification of a Standard Recommendation for an ESM End-to-end Workflows and Application Software Environments Framework. The final version of the White Paper can be found here: https://www.esiwace.eu/results/misc/the-application-software-framework/view Reinhard Budich (MPI-M) Mar 31, 2016
D3.2 Update of ESiWACE Application Software Framework prepared for the demonstrators The main result of the deliverable is the publication of the second version of the White Paper: “Application Software Framework: A White Paper”. The white paper is available on the ESiWACE website https://www.esiwace.eu/results/misc/the-application-software-framework/view Please note that we do not consider this version as the final one and plan to develop it further until the end of the project. Sergey Kosukhin, Reinhard Budich (MPI-M) Mar 05, 2018
D3.3 Software Specification for the 3rdE2SCMS The main result of the deliverable is the publication of the first version of the software specification for the 3rdE2SCMS. This list can be found as an attachment here, and will be published on the www.esiwace.eu website, as a living document. Reinhard Budich (MPI-M) Mar 31, 2016
D3.4 Experiences with ESM Multi-model Ensembles for Educational Purposes: A report from the use of D3.1 for the 3rd E2SCMS This document describes experiences from three summer schools, especially from the most recent one in 2016, on modelling the Earth System with a multi-model ensemble. These models have been run by the student participants at different HPC sites solving scientific assignments. The experiences of the technical teams preparing the models for these experiments shed light on the usability of the models from different perspectives. One of the aspects of particular importance for ESiWACE is performance portability, which will be a focus for the WP in the next reporting period... (read more in the report) Reinhard Budich (MPI-M) Feb 28, 2017
D3.5-How to Select, Configure and Install ESM Software Stacks Handbook for System Administrators: Specification of a standard recommendation for an ESM System Software Stack Kim Serradell (BSC) Mar 01, 2017
D3.6: Updated Handbook for System Administrators Handbook for System Administrators: Specification of a standard recommendation for an ESM System Software Stack Kim Serradell (BSC) Aug 31, 2018
D3.7 Software Stack for ESMs– A Specification narrowing down D3.5 for the demonstrators Based on the work done in the scope of T3.1.3 in WP3 “Usability” and reported in D3.5 “How to Select, Configure and Install ESM Software Stacks”, in this document we will narrow the software stack needed to deploy and run the demonstrators defined in Work Package 2 “Scalability”. The goal is to build an exhaustive list of all the components needed by these ESMs to make the installation and execution as easy as possible. Kim Serradell (BSC) Feb 28, 2017
D3.8 Experiences with the ENES System Software Stack: A Report about the workflow fit for the Extreme Scale Demonstrator (EsD) All supercomputers tested with our SPACK solution showed good and comprehensible practices in software stack configuration and maintenance. This result is expected to be beneficial not only for the weather and climate community, but also for other application fields that require exascale computing. Kerstin Fieg and Philipp Neumann (DKRZ) Mar 01, 2018
D3.9 First report on the Scheduler development and support activity This document describes the development work done to the Cylc meta-scheduler as well as the engagement and support activities done within the project up to the date of the report. This is put in the context of the wider effort of Cylc development. The bulk of the effort in this period has been development and the priorities of that development were agreed at a workshop on workflows organised by the IS-ENES2 and ESiWACE project. Mick Carter, Dave Matthews, Matthew Shin (MetO) Feb 28, 2017
D3.10: ESiWACE Scheduler development and support activities This document describes the work done in the context of the ESiWACE project on the topic Earth System Modelling scheduling (Task3.3) whose ultimate goal is to build a supported, user-driven community around the Cylc meta-scheduler for complex climate and weather suites on HPC systems and support advanced analysis experiments in the areas of data analytics and multi-site, multi-model experiments. This deliverable provides an update on this topic with respect to the Deliverable D3.9 - ESiWACE Scheduler development and support activities. Sandro Fiore (CMCC) and Mick Carter (Met O) and colleagues Jul 30, 2018
D4.1 Business Model with Alternative Scenarios This report summarizes the work on requirements and business models for the storage infrastructure within weather and climate data centres (although much of the work has wider applicability). The report concentrates on identifying and evaluating the interplay of important cost factors, along with an introduction to relevant (storage and data movement) hardware and software technology, terminology and performance metrics (read more in the report...) Jakob Luettgau (DKRZ) Feb 28, 2017
D4.2 New Storage Layout for Earth System Data This deliverable provides the background on data representations and description formats commonly used in earth system modeling. The document isolates the key requirements for an earth system middleware and collects numerous use-case outlining the benefit to existing and anticipated workflows and technologies. Finally, a detailed initial design for the architecture of the earth system middleware is proposed and documented. Jakob Lüttgau (DKRZ) Jul 31, 2017
D5.1 Design and implementation of the intranet The ESiWACE intranet https://redmine.dkrz.de/projects/coe2015 is intended to contain internal information available only for ESiWACE partners and members of the Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). This deliverable is accessible to partners only: please log in the redmine: https://redmine.dkrz.de/ Kerstin Fieg (DKRZ) Oct 31, 2015
D5.2 Project public website The website www.esiwace.eu has been set up in September 2015 for ensuring that we “promote the action and its results, by providing targeted information to multiple audiences (including the media and the public) in a strategic and effective manner“ (Art. 38.1 of the Grant Agreement). Kerstin Fieg, Joachim Biercamp, Chiara Bearzotti (DKRZ) Oct 31, 2015
D5.3 Media and communication plan The Media and Communication Plan (MCP) describes the communication structures implemented to steer the communication between the project and all potential stakeholders and multiple audiences providing targeted information for each identified audience. Kerstin Fieg (DKRZ) Oct 31, 2015
D5.4 Data Management Plan The Data Managment Plan (DMP) of ESiWACE describes the life cycle of all modelling and observation data collected and processed in ESiWACE. As a research infrastructure project, ESiWACE is part of the Horizon 2020 Open Research Data Pilot, the Pilot project of the European Commission which aims to improve and maximise access to and reuse of research data generated by projects. The focus of the Pilot is on encouraging good data management as an essential element of research best practice. Kerstin Fieg (DKRZ),
Chiara Bearzotti (DKRZ)
Feb 28, 2016
D5.5 Dissemination and Exploitation Plan The current Plan summarises the beneficiaries’ strategy and concrete actions related to the protection, dissemination and exploitation of the project results. The terms “exploitation”, “dissemination” are defined under the Horizon 2020 Rules for Participation as follows and have been adopted by our project. Chiara Bearzotti(DKRZ) Mar 06, 2017
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