2013 International Computing for the Atmospheric Sciences Symposium

Sep. 8 to Sep. 12, 2013

7:00 – 6:00 pm MDT

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The International Computing for the Atmospheric Sciences Symposium (iCAS2013) is the eleventh biennial meeting in a series hosted by the National Center for Atmospheric Research under sponsorship from the U.S. National Science Foundation. iCAS2013 will bring together international colleagues to discuss information technology advances and the transformative infrastructure that allows scientists to investigate atmospheric problems as part of the Earth system model. Presentation and discussion topics include:

  • High-performance computing systems and facility challenges, and progress reports and plans from various weather, climate, and research laboratories worldwide
  • Adapting weather and climate Application to next-generation HPC architecture
  • Extreme climate and weather-related events
  • Big Data challenges in the atmospheric sciences challenges

The workshop will also include presentations from key industry vendors.


An, Jooneun KISTI Korea, Repuplic of
Andersen, Aaron NCAR United States
Baldasano, Jose Barcelona Supercomputing Center Spain
Barkai, David Cray United States
Beuraud, Alain Meteo-France France
Biercamp, Joachim DKRZ Germany
Blaskovich, David IBM United States
Budich, Reinhard Max Planck Institute fur Meteorologie Germany
Cohen, Claude Bull France
Collins, Nancy NCAR United States
Corbeil. Luc CSCS Switzerland
Dennis, John NCAR United States
Dilmore, Robert NetApp/HPC Consulting United States
Faxen, Torgny National Supercomputer Center Sweden Sweden
Fisher, Joan NCAR United States
Foujols, Marie-Aice IPSL/CNRS France
Fuhrer, Oliver MeteoSwiss Switzerland
Graves, Sara University of Alabama in Huntsville United States
Grice, Donald IBM Corporation United States
Hack, James Oak Ridge National Laboratory United States
Hansen, Charles University of Utah United States
Harano, Gene NCAR United States
Hart, David NCAR United States
Jin, Zhiyan National Meteorological Center of China China
Joh, Minsu KISTI Korea, Republic of
Joussaume, Sylvie CNRS/IPSL France
Jursik, Dave Invitee United States
Kamrath, Anke NCAR United States
Kellie, Al NCAR United States
Killingsworth, Marcia NCAR United States
Kinter, James COLA/GMU United States
Kleypas, Joanie NCAR United States
Kornblueh, Luis Max Planck Institute for Meteorology Germany
Kramer, William NCSA/University of Illinois United States
Kwon, Oh Kyoung KISTI Korea, Republic of
Lautenschlager, Michael DKRZ Germany
Ludwig, Thomas DKRZ Germany
Lui, Pak Mellanox Technologies United States
Mahoney, Bill NCAR/RAL United States
McGinnis, Seth NCAR United States
McGuire, Sean Xyratex United Kingdom
Moore, Amy NCAR United States
Mozdzynski, George ECMWF United Kingdom
Navaux, Philippe UFRGS Brazil
New, Gary NCAR/NWSC United States
Norton, Dave STmicroelectronics United States
Nyberg, Per Cray United States
Nychka, Douglas NCAR/IMAGe United States
Panetta, Jairo CPTEC Brazil
Panziera, Jean-Pierre Bull France
Patterson, Michael Intel United States
Pecce, Jay IBM United States
Posey, Stan NVIDIA United States
Prill, Florian Deutscher Wetterdienst Germany
Pugh, Tim Austrailian Bureau of Meteorology Australia
Ramos, Bonnie Oracle United States
Raymond, Robert Oracle United States
Sain, Steve NCAR United States
Salmond, Deborah ECMWF United Kingdom
Schattler, Ulrich Deutscher Wetterdienst Germany
Semtner, Albert Naval Postgraduate School United States
Takahashi, Keiko JAMSTEC Japan
Thiel, Ulla Cray Germany
Unger, Marijke NCAR United States
Vadlamani, Srinath NCAR United States
Valcke, Sophie CERFACS France
Washington, Warren NCAR United States
Weger, Isabella ECMWF United Kingdom
Wilhelmsson, Tomas ECMWF United Kingdom
Worley, Steve NCAR United States