Organiziers and participants have backgrounds in either oceanography (ocean modelling) or computer science. To some degree, all participants know both worlds.
The aim of the workshop was to find areas of common interest in oceanography and computer science, i.e. pressing problems in oceanography that require novel computing methods to solve.
From left: Jonas, Markus, Brian, Rasmus, James, Roman, Carsten. (Laura and Mads left earlier)
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9:00 Markus: Physical Oceanography, History, Theory & Models
10:00 Brian: Computer limitations - where does the time go in your program and what is actually free?
11:00 Markus: The new frontier: Long timescales & small spatial scales.
14:00 Roman: The T31 spectral core, physics & numerics
15:00 Mads: Programming next generation computing platforms
16:00 Laura: Hypothesis testing with climate models
10:00 Rasmus: An ice model programmed for next generation processors
11:00 James: Numerical methods in next generation computing
12:00 Roman: Stochastic Modelling of Pleistocene climate
15:00 Jonas: Numerical representation of mixing
16:00 Brian: A proposal for a green climate computer.
14:00 Carsten: Next generation analysis tools and German computing infrastructure
Rest of day: ADCP (acoustic doppler current profiler) and CTD (conductivity, temperature, depth) measurements of velocity and watermass structure from the hanging bridge
Breakfast at 8am, lunch at 12:30pm, dinner at 7pm.Notes on DSL