[hpc-announce] ICCS/MSESM 2015 -- Reykjavik

Dan Martin dfmartin at lbl.gov
Tue Nov 18 11:41:17 CST 2014

Numerical and Computational Developments to Advance Multiscale Earth 
System Models (MSESM)


In conjunction with the International Conference on Computational Science
                           June 1-3, 2015
                         Reykjavik, Iceland


Substantial recent development of Earth system models has enabled 
simulations that capture climate change and variability at ever finer 
spatial and temporal scales. In this workshop we seek to showcase recent 
progress on the computational development needed to address the new 
complexities of climate models and their multi-scale behavior to 
maximize efficiency and accuracy.  This workshop brings together 
computational and domain Earth scientists to focus on Earth system 
models at the largest scales for deployment on the largest computing and 
data centers.

Topics include, but are not limited to:

   *   multi-scale time integration
   *   advection schemes
   *   regionally- and dynamically-refined meshes
   *   many-core acceleration techniques
   *   examination of multi-scale atmospheric events
   *   coupled interactions between model components (such as 
atmosphere, ocean, and land), and techniques to make these couplings 
computationally tractable


Authors are invited to submit manuscripts reporting original, 
unpublished research and recent developments in Computational Sciences. 
All accepted
papers will be included in the open-access Procedia Computer 
series and indexed by Scopus, ScienceDirect, Thomson Reuters Conference 
Proceedings Citation (former ISI Proceedings) - an integrated index 
within Web of Science.  The papers will contain linked references, XML 
versions and citable DOI numbers. The manuscripts of up to 10 pages, 
written in English and formatted according  to the EasyChair templates, 
should be submitted 
electronically<https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iccs20150> (make 
sure to submit to the MSESM 2015 workshop). Templates are available for 
download in the Easy chair right-hand-side menu in a "New submission" mode.

Papers must be based on unpublished original work and must be submitted 
to ICCS only. Submission implies the willingness of at least one of the 
authors to register and present the paper. Copyright forms are only 
needed after the paper has been accepted for publication in the proceedings.

Acceptance and Important Dates

The papers are peer reviewed and the ICCS15 organizers can put 
limitations on the number of papers presented in a single workshop. 
These limitations are out of the control of the workshop chairs.

Full paper submission:           December 15, 2014
Notification of acceptance:      January 23, 2015
Camera-ready papers:             March 2, 2015

Dan Martin
Member of the program committee, MSESM15

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