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Workshop Presentations



 
 

Fourteenth Workshop on Use of High Performance Computing in Meteorology, 1 - 5 November 2010
Presentations


Session 1

Erland Kallen (ECMWF )
Development of the ECMWF forecasting system

Deborah Salmond and Mats Hamrud (ECMWF)
IFS scalability and computational efficency

Session 2

Richard Loft (NCAR)
Recent advancements in high resolution climate modeling
Masami Narita (Japan Meterological Agency)
The next-generation supercomputer and NWP system of JMA
Bertrand Denis (Environment Canada)
HPC at the Canadian Meteorological Centre

Session 3

Yannick Tremolet (ECMWF)
4D-Var, scalability and code design
Vivian Lee (Environment Canada)
A validation of the Yin-Yang global forecast GEM model
James Doyle (Naval Research Laboratory)
US navy mesoscale forecast system and HPC attributes

Session 4

Mark Govett (NOAA Earth System Research Laboratory)
Using GPUs to run weather prediction models
Tom Henderson (NOAA Eath System Research Laboratory)
Progress on the GPU parallelization and optimization of the NIM global weather model

Session 5

Per Nyberg (Cray Inc)
Petascale opportunities and challenges for Earth System Modeling
Don Grice (IBM Corporation)
Application scaling in an Exascale Environment

Session 6

David Barkai (Intel Corporation)
HPC in the multi-core and heterogeneous era
Okuda Motoi (Fujitsu Limited)
Fujitsu's approach for application centric Petascale computing
Michael Woodacre (SGI)
Update on SGI technology for weather and climate simulation

Session 7

Panagiotis Adamidis (Deutsches Klimarechnenzentrum GmbH)
Performance "Barriers" in highly scaling earth-system models
Xiao Huadong (China Meteorological Administration)
High performance computing at CMA
Lois Steenman-Clark (University of Reading)
An Architecture Comparison Exercise (ACE)

Session 8

Keiko Takahashi (Earth Simulator Center, JAMSTEC)
High performance computing of MSSG and its physical performance
Hirofumi Tomita (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
Future activities of high performance computing in meteorology using the K-computer
George Mozdzynski (ECMWF)
IFS: RAPS11 and model scaling

Session 9

George Mozdzynski (ECMWF)
RAPS update
Ulrich Schattler (Deutscher Wetterdienst)
Future trends in high performance computing at DWD
Phillipe Marguinaud (Meteo France)
Meteo-France RAPS benchmark

Session 10

Tim Pugh (Australian Bureau of Meteorology)
The challenges of running meteorologial applications at sustained teraflops performance with resilience and consistency in a production environment
Andy Malcolm (Met Office)
Scalability of the Met Office unified model
Philippe Steiner (Meteo Swiss), Michele de Lorenzi, Angelo Mangili (CSCS)
Operational numerical weather prediction in Switzerland and evolution towards new supercomputer architectures

Session 11

Jean-Pierre Panziera (Bull)
Bull's high performance computing solutions for science simulations
Dave Norton (The Portland Group)
Accelerating weather models with GPGPU's
John Reid (Rutherford Appleton Laboratoryl)
Fortran 2008: what's in it for high-performance computing?

Session 12

Luis Kornblueh (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)
Parallel I/O for scalable earth system modelling
Dean Stewart (Rogue Wave Software UK Ltd)
HPC weather and climate code development with Rogue Wave
Lindon Locks (Allinea Software)
Debugging at scale

Session 13

Thomas Sterling (Louisiana State University)
Enabling exascale computing through the ParalleX execution model
Tuomo Kauranne (Lappeenranta University of Technology)
Ensemble data assimilation as parallel minimization

Session 14

ZhiYan Jin (China Meteorological Administration)
Parallel processing of the semi-lagrangian scheme in GRAPES
Anne Fouilloux (ECMWF)
ODB (Observational DataBase): past, present and future
XiangJun Wu (China Meteorological Administration)
Preliminary results of GRAPES' Helmholtz solver using GCR and PETSc tools

Session 15

Annika Fuchs (Alfred Wegener Institute for Polar & Marine Research)
Efficient local resorting and preconditioning techniques applied to a parallel tsunami simulation model
George VandenBerghe (NOAA/NCEP)
The NCEP HPC workload: 2010 state and forward challenges
John Hague (IBM) and Oliver Treiber (ECMWF)
I/O monitoring of 4D-Var at ECMWF

Session 16

Mark Richardson (Numerical Algorithms Group)
GLOMAP mode on HECToR phase2b (Cray XT6)
Dieter Just (EUMETSAT)
The data processing concept and peformance requirements for the Meteosat Third Generation Programme

Session 17

Luis Kornblueh (Max Planck Institute for Metorology))
Optimizing a vector code for cache-based multi-core systems: Porting echam6hms
Martin Dillman (EUMETSAT))
A cost-effective reduncancy scheme for real-time data production systems through the usage of virtualization

Session 18

Panel on experience of using High Performance Computing in Meteorology

 


 

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