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Training Course on ALARO-0 (TCA0), Radostovice (Cz), 26-30/3/07

Draft Programme and Time-table



Version of 16/2/07







Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

08.45-09.45




L06

L09

E6(/T)

L15

10.00-11.00

L01

L07

E4(/T)

L12

L16

11.15-12.15

L02

E2(/T)

L10

E7(/T)

L17



















13.30-14.30

L03

WGA2

WGB2

L13




14.45-15.45

E1

E8(/T)




16.00-17.00

L04

L08

E5(/T)

L14




17.15-18.15

L05

E3(/T)

L11

E9(/T)






















19.45-20.45

WGA1 &

realisations



WGB1 &

realisations



WGC1 &

realisations



WGC2




21.00-22.00





‘Lectures’

L01 Introduction Jean-Francois

L02 Governing equations Bart

L03 SLHD Filip

L04 Moist physics generalities Radmila

L05 Microphysical processes Bart

L06 Radiation: basic and NER Jean-Francois

L07 p-TKE scheme Filip

L08 Radiation: gaseous statistics- & cloud saturation models Jean-Francois

L09 Code status Martin

L10 Existing validations and associated problems Radmila

L11 3MT: the grey-zone challenge Luc

L12 3MT: the equation's historical evolution Jean-Marcel

L13 3MT: the core concepts Jean-Marcel & Luc

L14 3MT: the up- & downdrafts' handling Luc

L15 3MT: the certainties and the perspectives Jean-Marcel

L16 Implementation problems, options, constraints Martin

L17 Wrapping-up and preparing KIT work Neva




‘Documentation’

The idea concerning the 'documentation' part of the programme is to have a collective presentation by 3 working groups, each having two sessions of two hours. One part is devoted to the preparatory 'home-work' presentation and discussion. Information about available implementation choices (of differing options and/or levels) at various places in the code will also be given. During three of the sessions (noted with “& realisations”) some time will be reserved for presenting ALARO-0 experiences (porting, case studies) at services. These three ‘mixed’ evening sessions should be the most relaxed part of the course.


Composition of the WGs:

Working Group A: Martina, Christoph and Luc (see below the list of ‘documentation’ topics)

Working Group B: Jan, Filip, Joao (idem)

Working Group C: Neva/Jure, Siham, Doina (idem)


Additional information (for the home-work in preparation of the ‘documentation’ part)
Croatia (Martina Tudor):

1) Generic equations and their concrete code translations


Slovakia (Jan Masek):

2) Radiation (NER method + cloud optical properties)


Czech Republic (Filip Vana):

3) Turbulence (p-TKE + its shallow convection consequences + the J_q_l/i problem)


Austria (Christoph Wittmann):

4) Microphysics (i) condensation sources + sedimentation


Slovenia (Jure Cedilnik, Neva Pristov):

5) Microphysics (ii) autoconversion + collection + evaporation/melting


Morocco (Siham Sbii):

6) Precipitating convection (i) updrafts (closure + M-T oriented output)


Romania (Doina Banciu):

7) Precipitating convection (i) downdrafts (closure + M-T oriented output)


Belgium (Luc Gerard):

8) Adjustment processes, cascading and protection against negative water species


Portugal (Joao Rio):

9) Cloudiness under its 'n' shapes (stratiform, radiative, turbulent, convective, microphysical)


Following this:

  • WGA takes care of the coding structures for modularity-flexibility (and of the associated constraints for all types of parameterisation);

  • WGB takes care for the parameterisation aspects more or less independent of the precipitating convection;

  • WGC takes care for the parameterisation aspects linked with convection and its 3MT (Modular, Multi-scale, Microphysics and Transport) declination.

The working groups are assumed to continue their action beyond documentation efforts and after the training course (the KIT [keep in touch] aspect of L17).




‘Exercises’

Exercise sessions 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 and 8 will be supervised by Jean-Francois & exercise sessions 3, 6 and 9 by Martin.


Session E1 will be an introduction to the ‘exercise’ and ‘documentation’ parts of the training course.
For each of the E2 to E8 sessions, there will be an opportunity of parallel tutorial by lecturers and/or WG participants towards people feeling difficulties with the basic topics. This will be organised on demand, on an ad-hoc basis. Hence the “(/T)” in the time-table.
There should be five types of exercises:

  • algorithmic recognition: 2 pieces of code (extracted but made ‘foreign’) and one basic publication: the aim is to find the right one between the two codes and to explain why;

  • bug search: in a similar piece of code to the previous case; this time the declination is correct on the paper (referred to as ‘documentation’) but intentionally ill-coded;

  • algorithmic anticipation: like in the first case (2 codes), but the difference is situated in the consequences for stability or accuracy; thus no reference document provided;

  • results’ interpretation: cases study results made available, with in principle all necessary information available for the multi-source diagnostic of a weakness;

  • modularity (in ‘passive mode’): to create the equivalent of an existing code sub-item, starting from some non-ALARO-0 scientific and/or technical documentation.

While a paper version of all input pieces will be provided if necessary, people working on their own laptops and from a provided CD will be in a better position to benefit from the exercise sessions.



Preliminary list of participants:
Austria: Sabine Leroch, Cristoph Wittmann

Belgium: Bart Catry, Luc Gerard, Piet Termonia

Croatia: Dijana Klaric (part time), Tomislav Kovacic, Antonio Stanesic, Martina Tudor

Czech Republic (organisers): R. Brozkova, J.-F. Geleyn, M. Janousek, F. Vana

France: Jean-Marcel Piriou (part time, Thursday-Friday)

Hungary: Miklos Voros

Morocco: Siham Sbii

Portugal: Ligia Amorim, Joao Rio

Romania: Doina Banciu

Russia: Mikhail Tolstykh



Slovakia: Richard Habrovsky, Emeline Larrieu Rosina, Jan Masek

Slovenia: Jure Cedilnik, Neva Pristov, Benedikt Strajnar


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