RES Scientific Seminars 2014: Earth Sciences

Date: 29/May/2014


Meeting room: Sala Multimedia
Campus Nord
Jordi Girona, 31
08034 Barcelona

Target group: The seminar is aimed at all the RES users, researchers and students. It will be conducted in English.

Primary tabs

09.00h – Registration

Session 1/10h – 10.30h: Opening & Available supercomputing resources
10.00h – Welcome & Introduction
              (Sergi Girona, RES Coordinator)
10.10h – Supercomputing resources in BSC-CNS, RES & PRACE
              (Sergi Girona, RES Coordinator)

Session 2/10.30h – 12.00h: Climate
Chairman: José Maria Baldasano.
10.30h – Assessment of the limit of initial-condition useful skill in interannual
              climate prediction
              (Francisco J. Doblas-Reyes, Institut Català de Ciències del Clima)
11.00h – Simulation of climate change in the Mediterranean sea with a regional
              coupled ocean-atmosphere model
                                                           (William Cabos Narvaez, Universidad de Alcalá)

11.30h – Regional climate modelling of South America continent: present and climate change results from the first
              coordinated ensemble RCM simulations over the region (CLARIS-LPB EU project)
              (Enrique Sánchez Sánchez, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha)
12.00h – Coffee Break

Session 3/12.30h – 14h: Weather & Air Quality
Chairman: Francisco J. Doblas-Reyes.
12.30h – Mesoscale atmospheric reanalysis IPRA using 3DVAR over the Iberian Peninsula
              (Jon Saenz, Universidad del País Vasco/Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea)
13.00h – Desert dust modelling and forecasting
              (Sara Basart, Barcelona Supecomputing Center)
13.30h – CALIOPE Air Quality Forecasting System: Computational Resources and Database
              (José María Baldasano, Barcelona Supecomputing Center)
14.00h – Lunch Break
Session 4/15:30h – 17.30h: Seismic ,Atmospheric modelling and Forest Conservation
Chairman: William Cabos Narvaez
15.30h – Time reverse simulations in regional seismology
              (Daniel Stich, Instituto Andaluz de Geofísica)
16.00h – WRF4G project: A framework for executing WRF experiments on distributed infrastructures
              (Antonio S. Cofiño, Universidad  de  Cantabria)
16.30h – Fuel moisture content models to forest fire behaviour forecast
             (Roberto San José, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid)
17.00h – Development of a multiscale online atmospheric-chemistry model: from global to regional 
              (Oriol Jorba, Barcelona Supecomputing Center)
17.30h – Adjourn