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Event When Speaker Title Presentation Material
AMMW02 24th September 2012
10:30 to 10:55
John Thuburn Mimetic Semi-implicit Solution of the Shallow Water Equations on Hexagonal-Icosahedral and Cubed-Sphere Grids
AMMW02 24th September 2012
10:55 to 11:20
Thomas Dubos Variational derivation of energy-conserving finite-difference schemes for geophysical fluid equations
AMMW02 24th September 2012
11:20 to 11:45
Colin Cotter Finite element exterior calculus framework for geophysical fluid dynamics
AMMW02 24th September 2012
11:45 to 12:10
Stefan Vater A multilevel time integrator for computing longwave shallow water flows at low Froude numbers
AMMW02 24th September 2012
14:00 to 14:25
Sergey Danilov Multiscale ocean simulations with FESOM
AMMW02 24th September 2012
14:25 to 14:50
Jürgen Steppeler Uniformly third Order conserving Schems on Polygonal Grids
AMMW02 24th September 2012
14:50 to 15:15
Ramachandran Nair A Semi-Lagrangian Discontinuous Galerkin (SLDG) Conservative Transport Scheme on the Cubed-Sphere
AMMW02 24th September 2012
15:45 to 16:10
Jean-Pierre Croisille Compact finite difference schemes on the Cubed-Sphere
AMMW02 24th September 2012
16:10 to 16:35
Nicholas Kevlahan A conservative adaptive wavelet method for the shallow water equations on staggered grids
AMMW02 24th September 2012
16:35 to 17:00
Tae-Jin Oh Dynamical Core Developments at KIAPS
AMMW02 25th September 2012
09:00 to 09:25
Sarvesh Kumar Dubey Slope-limited transport schemes using icosahedral hexagonal grid
AMMW02 25th September 2012
09:25 to 09:50
Oswald Knoth Numerical Solution of the Advection Equation on Unstructured Spherical Grids with Logarithmic Reconstruction
AMMW02 25th September 2012
09:50 to 10:15
Janakiraman Subburathnam Linear advection characteristics of a variable resolution global spectral method on the sphere
AMMW02 25th September 2012
10:15 to 10:40
Kara Peterson Optimization-based Conservative Transport on the Sphere
AMMW02 25th September 2012
11:10 to 11:35
Colin Zarzycki Improving tropical cyclone representation in general circulation models through the use of variable resolution
AMMW02 25th September 2012
11:35 to 12:00
Phillip Colella Adaptive High-order Finite Volume Discretizations on Spherical Thin Shells
AMMW02 25th September 2012
12:00 to 12:25
Jonathan Lambrechts Generation of Provably Correct Curvilinear Meshes
AMMW02 25th September 2012
14:00 to 14:25
Donna Calhoun A logically Cartesian, adaptively refined two-patch sphere grid for modeling transport in the atmosphere
AMMW02 25th September 2012
14:25 to 14:50
Andreas Müller Accuracy of adaptive discontinuous Galerkin simulations
AMMW02 25th September 2012
14:50 to 15:15
Giovanni Tumolo A semi-implicit, semi-Lagrangian, p-adaptive Discontinuous Galerkin method for the rotating shallow water equations
AMMW02 25th September 2012
15:45 to 16:10
Peter Bosler Particle methods for geophysical flow on the sphere
AMMW02 25th September 2012
16:10 to 16:35
John Boyd Progress in Radial Basis Function Methods: Adaptive Vortex-RBF Methods for the Sphere and Other Advances
AMMW02 25th September 2012
16:35 to 17:00
Michal Kopera Adaptive mesh refinement for discontinuous Galerkin method on quadrilateral non-conforming grid
AMMW02 25th September 2012
17:00 to 17:25
Evaggelos Kritsikis Second-order conservative remapping between unstructured spherical meshes
AMMW02 26th September 2012
09:00 to 09:25
Yiyuan Li The orthogonal curvilinear terrain-following coordinate for atmospheric models
AMMW02 26th September 2012
09:25 to 09:50
Takeshi Enomoto Reexamination of non-hydrostatic formulations using the hydrostatic-pressure based co-ordinates
AMMW02 26th September 2012
09:50 to 10:15
Margarida Moragues A Variational Multiscale Stabilized Finite Element Method to solve the Euler Equations for Nonhydrostatic Stratified Benchmarks
AMMW02 26th September 2012
10:15 to 10:40
Hiroe Yamazaki 2D and 3D simulations of a nonhydrostatic atmospheric model on a block-structured Cartesian mesh
AMMW02 26th September 2012
11:10 to 11:35
Colm Clancy Semi-implicit predictor-corrector methods for atmospheric models
AMMW02 26th September 2012
11:35 to 12:00
Peter Lynch Laplace transform integration and the slow equations
AMMW02 26th September 2012
12:00 to 12:25
Kevin Viner A stable treatment of conservative thermodynamic variables for semi-implicit semi-Lagrangian dynamical cores
AMMW02 26th September 2012
12:25 to 12:50
Matthew Norman Multi-Moment ADER-Taylor Methods for Systems of Conservation Laws with Source Terms in One Dimension
AMMW02 27th September 2012
09:00 to 09:25
Todd Ringler A Multi-Resolution Modeling Approach for Global Ocean Modeling
AMMW02 27th September 2012
09:25 to 09:50
Jared Whitehead Potential Vorticity: A Diagnostic Tool for General Circulation Models
AMMW02 27th September 2012
09:50 to 10:15
Peter Lauritzen A standard test case suite for two-dimensional linear transport on the sphere
AMMW02 27th September 2012
10:15 to 10:40
Mike Cullen Evaluating numerical methods by using asymptotic limit solutions
AMMW02 27th September 2012
11:10 to 11:35
Paul Ullrich MCore: Towards a Multi-Resolution Non-Hydrostatic Finite-Volume Dynamical Core
AMMW02 27th September 2012
11:35 to 12:00
Jin Lee A Three-Dimensional Finite-Volume Nonhydrostatic Icosahedral Modle (NIM)
AMMW02 27th September 2012
12:00 to 12:25
Xingliang Li A multi-moment constrained finite volume model for non-hydrostatic atmospheric dynamics
AMMW02 27th September 2012
13:35 to 14:00
James Kent DCMIP 2012: Tracer Transport Tests in Dynamical Cores
AMMW02 27th September 2012
14:00 to 14:25
Sasa Gabersek Numerical Simulations with a Three-Dimensional Spectral Element Model
AMMW02 27th September 2012
14:25 to 14:50
Celal Konor Design of a dynamical core based on the nonhydrostatic unified system of equations
AMMW02 27th September 2012
14:50 to 15:15
Almut Gassmann ICON-IAP: A non-hydrostatic global model designed for energetic consistency
AMMW02 27th September 2012
15:45 to 16:10
Nils Wedi Global, non-hydrostatic, cloud-permitting, medium-range forecasts using the spectral transform method: progress and challenges
AMMW02 27th September 2012
16:10 to 16:35
Michail Diamantakis Evaluation of mass fixing schemes for the ECMWF Integrated Forecasting System (IFS)
AMMW02 27th September 2012
16:35 to 17:00
Michael Baldauf An exact analytical solution for gravity wave expansion of the compressible, non-hydrostatic Euler equations on the sphere
AMMW02 27th September 2012
17:00 to 17:25
Christiane Jablonowski Highlights of the Dynamical Core Model Intercomparison Project (DCMIP)
AMMW02 28th September 2012
09:00 to 09:25
Günther Zängl The Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic (ICON) model: formulation of the dynamical core and physics-dynamics coupling
AMMW02 28th September 2012
09:25 to 09:50
Mark Taylor CAM high-resolution AMIP simulations using a spectral finite element dynamical core
AMMW02 28th September 2012
09:50 to 10:15
John McGregor Comparing the formulations of CCAM and VCAM and their performance as atmospheric GCMs
AMMW02 28th September 2012
10:15 to 10:40
Thomas Melvin & Nigel Wood The dynamical core of the Met Office's Unified Model
AMMW02 28th September 2012
11:10 to 11:35
Abdessamad Qaddouri The CMC 15-Km operational deterministic global forecast system with Yin-Yang grid
AMMW02 28th September 2012
11:35 to 12:00
William Skamarock The global nonhydrostatic atmospheric model MPAS: Preliminary results from variable-resolution mesh tests
AMMW02 28th September 2012
12:00 to 12:25
Florian Prill The Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic (ICON) model: Scalability on Massively Parallel Computer Architectures
AMMW02 28th September 2012
13:30 to 13:55
Hirofumi Tomita SCALE-LES: Strategic development of large eddy simulation suitable to the future HPC
AMMW02 28th September 2012
13:55 to 14:20
Ryuji Yoshida An Inter-Comparison of Icosahedral Climate Models on the G8 Call: ICOMEX Project
AMMW02 28th September 2012
14:20 to 14:45
Jean Côté Time-parallel algorithms for weather prediction and climate simulation
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