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SCHEDULE: NOV 12-18, 2011

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Climate Knowledge Discovery Workshop

SESSION: Climate Knowledge Discovery Workshop

EVENT TYPE: Workshop

TIME: 9:00AM - 5:30PM

Organizer(s):Reinhard Burdich, John Feo, Per Nyberg, Tobias Weigel

ROOM:Hyatt Discovery B

As we enter the age of data intensive science, knowledge discovery in simulation based science rests upon analyzing massive amounts of data. In climate science, model-generated and observational data represent one of the largest repositories of scientific data in any discipline. Geoscientists gather data faster than they can be interpreted. They possess powerful tools for stewardship and visualization, but not for data intensive analytics to understand causal relationships among simulated events. Such tools will provide unique insights into challenging features of the earth system, including anomalies, nonlinear dynamics and chaos with the potential to play a significant role in future IPCC assessments. The breakthroughs needed to address these challenges will come from collaborative efforts involving end-user scientists, computer and computational scientists in diverse disciplines to discuss the design and development of methods and tools for knowledge discovery in climate science. See for presentations from the first workshop.

Chair/Organizer Details:

Reinhard Burdich - MPI fur Meteorologie

John Feo - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Per Nyberg - Cray Inc.

Tobias Weigel - Deutsches Klimarechenzentrum GmbH

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