DRAKKAR 2017 Annual Workshop
IMAG Amphitheater, 700 Avenue Centrale
Grenoble-Alpes University Campus
16-17-18 January 2017
List of participants
Hotels in Grenoble
Getting to the IMAG Amphitheaterr
Snow shoe hike Sunday
Picture from hike
Previous Drakkar workshop presentations
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Scientific Organizing Committee
Bernard Barnier (LGGE), Arne Biastoch (GEOMAR), Claus Böning (GEOMAR), Joël Hirschi (NOCS), Camille Lique (IFREMER), Adrian New (NOCS), Anne Marie Treguier (LPO).
Bernard Barnier: firstname.lastname@example.org
Anne Marie Treguier : email@example.com
| WORKSHOP AGENDA,
PHOTOS, ORAL PRESENTATIONS (password needed to access presentations) [here]
List of Submitted Abstracts [here]
OBJECTIVES OF THE WORKSHOP
The overall objective is to review the scientific and technical progresses achieved with the DRAKKAR hierarchy of model configurations based on the NEMO platform, identify strengths and weaknesses of these models, and discuss key model improvements and new developments that are needed for the future.
The workshop is open to contributed talks from participants, but high priority is given to discussions. Speakers are encouraged to present their most recent results or ongoing research. Candid presentations of "things that do not work" in the numerical simulations are welcomed, because they foster interesting discussions and contribute to the progress of the modelling community.
Foci of the 2017 Workshop
Benefits of high resolution to the science made with ocean/sea-ice models. The objective is to highlight the benefits that the continuous resolution increase in ocean GCMs is bringing to the following issues:
OGCM evolution for basin-scale to global eddying
Ocean-wave model coupling (will be scheduled on Wednesday afternoon). This could include
Atmospheric driving of eddying OGCMs. Presentations should be related to the following issues:
The eddy-permitting regime (e.g. ORCA025). Presentations and discussions should attempt to bring answers to the following questions:
1 - Abstract submission (deadline 15 December 2016). Closed
2 - Content of Presentations. The talks at the Drakkar workshop are not meant to be of the same type as EGU or AGU. For this reason we recommend that your contributions emphazise the scientific content of your studies as well as model development issues, with the aim to contribute to the open discussions on improving the quality of ocean models and global ocean model configurations.
Local Organizing Committee
Bernard Barnier, Josiane Brasseur, LGGE - Grenoble : firstname.lastname@example.org
Laurent Debreu, Anne Pierson, LJK - Grenoble : email@example.com
CNRS - IFREMER - GEOMAR - NOCS - LabexOSUG@2020 - MYOCEAN - GENCI