2021 Presentations

screenshot of the SIParCS and NESSI interns on Zoom  

SIParCS & NESSI Presentations - Program

Location: National Center for Atmospheric Research .  All times listed are Mountain Daylight Time. 

Watch live: https://operations.ucar.edu/live-SIParCS

Tuesday, July 27

9:00

Introduction - AJ Lauer and Jerry Cyccone

9:05

Expanding and Strengthening the Transition from NCL to Python Visualizations
Jiaqi Li, Middlebury College, SIParCS

immediately following

Expanding and Strengthening the Transition from NCL to Python Visualizations
Erin Lincoln, Brown University, SIParCS

9:35

Climatology Calculation Support in the GeoCAT Ecosystem
Heather R. CrakerPurdue University, SIParCS

9:50

Please Stop and Smell the Tracers: Predicting Tracer Concentration Behaviors in Low-Order Models with Data Assimilation
Fairuz Ishraque, Colgate University, SIParCS

10:05

Break

10:15 Pi-WRF 3.0; Incorporating Jupyter Notebook
Reid Olson, University of Wyoming, SIParCS

10:30

Evaluation of DataSpaces in Heterogeneous In-situ workflow for GPU-MURaM at Exascale
Bo Zhang, Rutgers University, SIParCS

10:45

Porting IDL programs into Python for GPU-Accelerated In-situ Analysis
Damir Pulatov, University of Wyoming, NESSI

11:00

Break

11:10 Harvester Automation for Metadata Search Web Application: Methodologies
Terry Yuan, Villanova University, SIParCS
immediately following Harvester Automation for Metadata Search Web Application: Technologies
Sama Manalai, Berea College, SIParCS
11:40 Lowering the Cost of Climate Research: Energy Consumption vs Clock Speed for Various Application Profiles
Spencer Diamond, Arizona State University, SIParCS
11:55 Lunch
1:00 Welcome Back
1:05 Easier, Better, Faster, Shorter: Updates to Grid-Aware Analysis with xgcm
Dianne Deauna, University of Hawai’i at Mānoa, SIParCS
1:20 Performance Portability of Shallow Water Model with DPC++
Leila Ghaffari, University of Colorado Boulder, SIParCS
immediately following Performance Portability of Shallow Water Model with Kokkos
Zephaniah Connell, University of Wyoming, SIParCS
1:50 Machine Learning Data Commons Web Portal
Omar Chaarawi, University of Colorado Boulder, SIParCS
2:05 Done for the Day

 

Wednesday, July 28

9:00

Introduction - AJ Lauer

9:05

Fake it till you make it - Zarr-like access of existing netCDF4 datasets
Lucas Sterzinger, University of California, Davis, SIParCS

9:20

Designing Machine Learning Models to Conserve the RDA's Computing Resources
Jordan DuBeau, University of Colorado Boulder, SIParCS

9:35

Employing Machine Learning Models for CESM Timing Data
Thomas Johnson III, North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University (NC A&T), SIParCS

9:50

Fostering Social Justice Coversations: Centering Growth and Learning
Max Cordes Galbraith, University of Vermont, SIParCS

10:05

Break

10:15

Understanding Atmospheric Rivers in a Future, Warmer Climate
Alexander Massa, Millersville University, NESSI
10:30

Explainable AI for Short-term Lightning Prediction
Prahalath Anbu Bharathi, Tufts University, NESSI

10:45

Comparing the Climates of Mars and Earth
Camille Cowan, Brigham Young University, NESSI

11:00

Break

11:10

Improvements to HiWIND Code & Immersive Visualization of the Solar Corona
Milana Wolff, University of Wyoming, NESSI

11:25

Development of the MusicBox user Interface
Simon Thomas, Bowdoin College, ACOM

immediately following MusicBox in the Curriculum
Joana Olsen, University of Wyoming, NESSI
11:55 Done for the day

 


 

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