Forward-in-time differencing methods have a long tradition in fluid dynamics on different scales. One important and long-running example is the model EULAG, used for about twenty years in diverse fields of research. The workshop aims to bring together researchers working with forward-in-time differencing methods in different research areas related to Earth-System-Models. As in previous years the workshop will also serve as a forum for exchanging information about recent developments in the EULAG model.
FINAL PROGRAM is now available here
LIST OF ABSTRACTS can be downloaded here: List of Abstracts
The workshop will take place in the "Alte Mensa", located at the eastern part of the campus (map).
Conference information (more details will follow in second announcement):
- Conference fee of 50 €. Will be paid cash on site.
- Host: Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
- Conference sessions will be held at Atrium Maximum, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
- Conference Dinner on Wednesday evening (22nd October 2014, more details will follow)
- Cloud/precipitation physics
- Stratified flows (gravity waves, orographic, etc.)
- Complex media and topologies (urban, porous, canopy)
- Solar physics/Magnetohydrodynamics
- Terrestrial weather and climate
- Oceanic flows
- Large scale computing
- First announcement: 1st January 2014
- Second announcement (including more details): Mid/end of February 2014
- Abstract deadline: extended to 28th March, 2014
- Confirmation of abstract acceptance: sent out on 8th April, 2014. If you did not get a confirmation, please contact us.
The prebooking of Hotels is closed. However, it may still be possible to book rooms in the hotels listed below (which is an incomplete selection)
- Hotel Hammer
- Hotel Königshof
- Hotel Schottenhof
- Hotel Adler (Mainz-Finthen)
- Hotel Königshof, Schottenhof and Hotel Hammer are all situated directly in front of the main train station in Mainz and therefore close to the workshop at the university. Hotel Adler is to find in another part of the city but well connected to the university and city center by bus.
Piotr Smolarkiewicz (ECMWF), Wojciech Grabowski (NCAR), Szymon Malinowski (Univ. Warsaw), Andreas Dörnbrack (DLR), Peter Spichtinger (JGU Mainz), Philipp Reutter (JGU Mainz)
The workshop is supported by the Centre for Computational Sciences in Mainz (CSM)