High-Perfomance Computing and Data-Intensive Science
This project focuses on research and development to meeting the challenges arising from increasing computational requirements of climate research on the one hand, and bottlenecks limiting the efficiently scalable exploitation of progress made in in high-performance computing on the other hand. The objectives of this project are the conceptual improvements as well as development and application oriented evaluation of innovative methods in the following areas: climate model software engineering, especially for ICON, high-volume data visualization and data management for simulations and observations. The activities established are a “cross-disciplinary lab”, where three CLICCS computer and data scientists collaborate with climate scientists and model developers.
Team: Panagiotis Adamidis (DKRZ), Joachim Biercamp (DKRZ), Hendryk Bockelmann (DKRZ), Michael Böttinger (DKRZ), Marcel Meyer (UHH), Aenne Löhden (DKRZ), Marc Rautenhaus (UHH), Hannes Thiemann (DKRZ), Dominik Zobel (DKRZ)