A Scalable and Extensible Earth System Model for Climate Change Science
(otherwise known as the SciDAC2 CCSM Consortium Project)
This project is in response to
the DOE Scientific Discovery through Advanced Computing (SciDAC)
Program in response to LAB 06-04 Request for Proposals. The full proposal as submitted in 2006 -
A Scalable and Extensible Earth System Model for Climate Change Science,
PI: John B. Drake (ORNL).
Integrated with this project are two Scientific Application Partnership proposals. These are linked here.
describes how we will coordinate the project.
A copy of viewgraphs
from our kickoff meeting in Boulder (Oct 2006)
describe the project.
presented at the Atlanta SciDAC2 PI's meeting (Feb.3, 2007) also describes the project.
The April2007 progress report was the first of the project series
- SAP McGraw :
Statistical Approaches to Aerosol Dynamics for Climate Simulation, PI: Robert McGraw (Brookhaven National Laboratory)
- SAP Worley :
Performance Engineering for the Next Generation Community Climate System Model, PI: Patrick Worley (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)