Ocean model development and machine learning meeting in Boulder


Just passing on details of this workshop in September in Boulder:

OMDP-COMMODORE workshop Sept 9-12, 2024

CLIVAR-OMDP, COMMODORE, and NSF-NCAR are jointly convening a workshop to bring together the relevant communities to discuss ocean model developments, data-driven parameterizations, and machine learning in numerical ocean general circulation and climate / Earth system models. A four-day workshop on ocean modeling will be held, followed by a special day (Sep 13th) dedicated to celebrating the accomplishments of Dr. Frank Bryan and the 50th anniversary of the Oceanography Section (OS) of the NSF-NCAR.

Participation of Early Career Scientists is particularly encouraged for whom some financial support will be available.

Workshop Details:

Date: September 09-12, 2024

Location: NCAR’s Mesa Laboratory in Boulder, CO

Deadline for abstract submission: May 09, 2024

For more information, please visit OMDP Commodore Workshop 2024 | Community Earth System Model

I’m planning to go to this Boulder workshop aim to submit an abstract to share COSIMA story there. Please let me know if you plan to attend. Perhaps we can work together on an presentation or two. Thanks!

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Awesome @PSpence. @AndyHoggANU and I are both seriously considering going, will confirm shortly.

Hi folks,
@AndyHoggANU @adele157

Anyone else going to the Boulder workshop? Abstracts are due May 9. I’m going and am happy to work on an abstract with others.

Thanks! Paul

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I was thinking of submitting an abstract on @Wilton_Aguiar et al’s dense water formation sensitivity to vertical resolution project. Haven’t 100% committed yet, but will decide in the next week I guess!

What did you have in mind @PSpence?

I’m still dithering but leaning towards submitting something. I could always submit vertical coordinate stuff, but if you wanted to collaborate on a COSIMA-wide submission I’d be happy to do that.

I was thinking of a COSIMA wide submission. Happy to collab with you @AndyHoggANU. I could also submit some more pure science stuff, but thought it would be good to have a representaion of our community there.

FYI here’s a book of abstracts from the 2nd COMMODORE meeting in Hamburg
Hamburg 2020 - timetable.pdf (229.3 KB)

and a BAMS report on the first meeting in Paris in 2018 Advancing Dynamical Cores of Oceanic Models across All Scales in: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society Volume 100 Issue 3 (2019)

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Wow, half hour talks!

Sounds like they are still accepting last-minute abstract submissions (at least today) for the OMDP-COMMODORE workshop in Boulder in case anyone forgot to submit last week.

The talks will be recorded and made publicly available after the workshop. The slides will also be available.