Workshop on Numerical Methods for Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, at Imperial College London

Organisers: Colin Cotter and Hiroe Yamazaki, Department of Mathematics, Imperial College London
Sponsored by the Natural Environment Research Council and the Mathematics of Planet Earth Centre for Doctoral Training

Location: Room 402 in the EPSRC Centre for Doctoral Training Suite, Imperial College London. Directions here.


13 Feb 2017

1.00pm Arrivals and coffee

1.30-2.00pm Jemma Shipton (Imperial College London): Compatible finite elements for numerical weather prediction

2.00-2.30pm Tommaso Benacchio (Met Office): GungHo: a mixed finite element-based dynamical core for scalable numerical weather prediction

2.30-3.00pm Thomas Melvin (Met Office): Method of lines advection for semi-implicit methods

3-3.30pm Break

3.30-4.00pm James Kent (University of South Wales): Assessing the linearization of tracer transport Schemes in numerical models of the atmosphere

4.00-4.30pm Joanna Szmelter (Loughborough University) :A high performance, finite volume approach for  nonhydrostatic global flows

4.30-5.00pm Andreas Mueller (ECMWF): ESCAPE: numerical methods for energy efficient exascale computing

7.00pm Dinner for registered participants (Med Kitchen, Gloucester Road, map)

Tuesday 14th February 2017

9.30-10.00 Thomas Dubos (École Polytechnique): Hamiltonian approaches for spatial and temporal discretization of fully compressible equations

10.00-10.30 James Shaw (University of Reading): A multidimensional method-of-lines advection scheme for steep slopes and arbitrary meshes

10.30-11.00 Andrew McRae (University of Bath): Mesh adaptivity for NWP using optimal-transport-based methods

11.00-11.30 Break

11.30-12.00 Werner Bauer (Imperial College London): A structure-preserving split finite element discretization of the split 1D wave equations

12.00-12.30 Joern Behrens (Universität Hamburg): Computations for depth-averaged non-hydrostatic extension of shallow water equations

12.30-1pm Peter Dueben (Oxford): To adjust precision to model uncertainty and model error in weather and climate predictions

1-2pm LUNCH

2-2.30pm Hiroe Yamazaki (Imperial College London): Vertical slice modelling of nonlinear Eady waves using a compatible finite element method

2.30-3pm Lawrence Mitchell (Imperial College London): Programming your solver

3-3.30pm Martin Schreiber (University of Exeter): Parallel-in-time for linear oscillatory problems: From the plane to the sphere

3.30-4pm Michal Kopera (UC Santa Cruz): NUMO – a new high-order continuous/discontinuous Galerkin method model for ice-sheet/ocean interactions in Greenland fjords

4pm Formal finish, time for discussion

Registered participants

Jemma Shipton (Imperial College London)

Tommaso Benacchio (Met Office)

Thomas Melvin (Met Office)

James Kent (University of South Wales)

Joanna Szmelter (Loughborough University)

Andreas Mueller (ECMWF)

Thomas Dubos (École Polytechnique)

James Shaw (University of Reading)

Andrew McRae (University of Bath)

Werner Bauer (Imperial College London)

Joern Behrens (Universität Hamburg)

Peter Dueben (Oxford)

Hiroe Yamazaki (Imperial College London)

Lawrence Mitchell (Imperial College London)

Martin Schreiber (University of Exeter)

Michal Kopera (UC Santa Cruz)

Chris Budd (University of Bath)

Mike Cullen (Met Office)

Stephen Pring (Met Office)

Colin Cotter (Imperial College London)

David Ham (Imperial College London)

Golo Wimmer (Imperial College London)

Thomas Gibson (Imperial College London)

Thomas Bendall (Imperial College London)

Miklos Homolya (Imperial College London)

Alistair Gregory (Imperial College London)

Joe Wallwork (Imperial College London)

Ben Snowball (Imperial College London)

Andrea Natale (Imperial College London)

Igor Shevchenko (Imperial College London)

Wei Pan (Imperial College London)