Reminder: ESiWACE2 DSL training course
by Ford, Rupert (STFC,DL,HC)
This is a reminder for the 2020 ESiWACE2 online training course on Domain-specific Languages in Weather and Climate. The course will be a week long virtual event held in the week starting the 23rd of November 2020.
The diversity and rapid change of the many supercomputing architectures used to run weather and climate codes and of the programming models required seriously affects the development productivity and the ability to retain a single source code running efficiently everywhere. Domain-specific languages (DSLs) provide a solution to the productivity and portability of these codes. This training course provides insights into the DSLs considered in ESiWACE2 (PSyclone, and the Dawn DSL ecosystem) and demonstrates how to apply them to weather and climate models.
Registration is open until the 30th October. If you would like to attend the training course, please fill out the following registration form: https://www.esiwace.eu/events/esiwace2-dsl-training/registration-dsl-trai...
Additional information about the training event is available at: https://www.esiwace.eu/events/esiwace2-dsl-training
The course is organised in the context of the “Centre of Excellence in Simulation of Weather and Climate in Europe, Phase 2” (ESiWACE2). The ESiWACE2 project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 823988.
Please feel free to circulate this invitation to anyone who might be interested in attending this training course.
The DSLs in Weather and Climate training course organisers
Carlos Osuna (MeteoSwiss), Rupert Ford (STFC Hartree), Florian Ziemen (DKRZ) and Dela Spickermann (DKRZ)
Hartree Centre | Science and Technology Facilities Council
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