20th DRAKKAR Ocean Modelling Workshop
31 Jan-2 Feb 2022
The 20th edition of the DRAKKAR Workshop will take place online on Jan 31, Feb 1st and Feb 2nd 2022. Keynote and splinter talks, as well as virtual posters will be scheduled this year and will introduce discussion sessions organized around the themes suggested in advance by the workshop participants. Submitted contributions may concern the use of the NEMO numerical model to understand the observed ocean/sea-ice variability in relation with the other components of the climate system, to prepare spatial and in-situ observation systems and valorize the synergies between such observations and model simulations. Contributions may also concern the sensitivity of model results to parametric and physical choices, and the potential of recent or emerging methodologies for the accurate simulation and analysis of the oceanic variability.
Thierry Penduff (IGE), Julien Le Sommer (IGE), Arne Biastoch (GEOMAR), Adrian New (NOCS), Romain Bourdallé-Badie (MOI), Paul Myers (Univ. Alberta), Sébastien Masson (LOCEAN), Dave Storkey (UK MetOffice), Laurent Debreu (INRIA), Anne Marie Treguier (LOPS).
Josiane Brasseur, Thierry Penduff, Julien Le Sommer, Laurent Debreu
Please register here
The DRAKKAR workshop will be held online this year again (unfortunately, due to COVID restrictions).
Virtual sessions will be organized on each of the three days from 12am to 6pm (Paris time). They will combine keynote presentations, sessions with short talks and discussion sessions.
More details will be available soon.
PROPOSE A DISCUSSION TOPIC
Please submit your proposal here.
You are welcome to go to the DRAKKAR page for more information.