2017 Enlarged Developers Committee @ Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya · BarcelonaTech (UPC)
Apr 3 @ 14:30 – Apr 6 @ 12:30
The meeting will help set the agenda of the NEMO System Team task plans for 2018 – 2023 and to define the issues on which to focus scientific development of NEMO over the period 2018-2023.

Expected attendees

Since this meeting will have a key role in determining NEMO’s future strategy, it is not a fully open meeting. Registration requests will be subject to validation by the Scientific Organising Committee.
Expected participants are members of the NEMO Developer’s Committee, System Team, Steering Committee, so as some identified experts.

Scientific organising Committee

Mike Bell (Met Office, chairman), Laurent Brodeau (BSC), Jérome Chanut (Mercator Océan) , Andrew Coward (NERC-NOC), Tim Graham (Met Office), Claire Lévy (CNRS), Tomas Lovato (CMCC), Gurvan Madec (CNRS), Julien le Sommer (CNRS), Martin Vancoppenolle (CNRS)

Preliminary agenda

 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
pm am pm am pm am
Target applications Kernel (grids & timestepping) Dynamics and Assimilation Air-sea interaction Biogeochemistry Sea-ice and conclusions
NEMO Users meeting 2018 @ Météo-France
Oct 11 @ 13:30 – Oct 12 @ 17:00

The 2018 NEMO Users meeting is scheduled at Météo-France in Toulouse, France Thursday 11 afternoon and Friday 12 October 2018.

This meeting is the opportunity to strengthen the NEMO community by fostering the exchange of information between projects using NEMO and with the NEMO developers.
Agenda of the meeting will include:

  • Presentation by NEMO System Team of the future NEMO 4.0 release, its scientific improvements and new functionalities
  • Presentations from projects: new results, ongoing work, what is working fine with NEMO and also what is not…
  • If useful, a « Hands on” session, questions and answers etc… can also be organised

In order to confirm sufficient participation and to focus the agenda, please register and submit your abstract as soon as possible here:
REGISTRATION deadline: 10 September 2018

EGU2019-OS4.6: Scientific advances in NEMO @ Austria Center Vienna
Apr 8 @ 10:45 – 12:30

This session will provide a forum to properly address the new scientific advances in numerical modelling of the ocean and their implication for NEMO developments associated with:

  • Ocean dynamics at large to coastal scales, up to 1km resolution
  • Ocean biogeochemistry
  • Sea-ice
  • New numerical schemes associated to energy conservation constraints
  • High performance computing challenges and techniques

The session will cover both research and operational activities contributing to new analysis, ideas and developments of ocean numerical models.

You can find here the abstracts of the posters exhibited.