
THEMATIC PROGRAMS 

August 27, 2016  
Numerical and Computational Challenges in Science and EngineeringThe 2002 Workshop on The Solution of Partial Differential Equations
on the Sphere

SCHEDULE


Monday August 12  
8:459:15  REGISTRATION 
9:159:30  WELCOME 
9:3010:00  Terry Davies, Met Office, Bracknell,
UK Three dimensional test problems for global atmospheric models 
10:0010:30 
Thomas Heinze, Technische Universitaet Muenchen 
10:3011:00 
COFFEE BREAK 
11:0011:30  Christiane Jablonowski, University
of Michigan New idealized test cases for dynamical cores 
11:3012:00 
L.M. Polvani, Princeton University and R.K. Scott,
Columbia University 
12:002:00  LUNCH BREAK 
2:002:30  Nigel Wood, Met Office, J. Coté,
Meteorological Service of Canada, Andrew Staniforth A framework for the analysis of physicsdynamics coupling strategies 
2:303:00 
Janusz Pudykiewicz, Meteorological Service of Canada 
3:003:30  AFTERNOON TEA 
3:304:00  Masaki Satoh, Frontier Research
System for Global Change/Saitama Institute of Technology, Japan Conservative scheme for a nonhydrostatic climate model 
4:004:30  Hirofumi Tomita, Masaki Satoh,
and Koji Goto,Frontier Research System for Global Change Development of global nonhydrostatic model using icosahedral grid 
4:306:30  RECEPTION 
Tuesday August 13  
9:00  9:30  Luca Bonaventura, Max Planck Institute for
Meteorology Hamburg Project for the development of a nonhydrostatic dynamical core for climate and NWP simulation 
9:3010:00  Todd D. Ringler, Colorado State University
and David A. Randall, Colorado State University Impact of an Energy Conserving Scheme in the CSU GeodesicGrid AGCM 
10:0010:30  Motohiko Tsugawa, Yukio Tanaka and Seong Young
Yoon, Frontier Research System for Global Change Development of a Global Ocean Model on QuasiHomogeneous Cubic Grid 
10:3011:00  COFFEE BREAK 
11:0011:30  Steve Thomas, Rich Loft and John
Dennis, National Center for Atmospheric Research Henry Tufo and Paul Fischer, Argonne National Laboratory An overlapping additive Schwarz preconditioner for the cubedsphere 
11:3012:00 
Francis X. Giraldo, Naval Research Laboratory and
Thomas E. Rosmond 
12:002:00  LUNCH BREAK 
2:002:30 
John P. Boyd, Unversity of Michigan 
2:303:00  Reiji Suda, Nagoya University Fast spherical harmonics transform of FLTSS and its evaluation 
3:003:30  AFTERNOON TEA 
3:304:00 
Paul N. Swarztrauber, NCAR and William
F. Spotz, Sandia Corporation
Spherical harmonic projectors 
Wednesday August 14  
9:00  9:30  Anita Layton, University of North
Carolina and William F. Spotz, Sandia Corporation A SemiLagrangian Double Fourier Method for the Shallow Water Equations 
9:3010:00  John Drake and Daniel Guo Smooth Grid Transformations with Spectral Methods for the Shallow Water Equations 
10:0010:30  Jorn Behrens, Munich University
of Technology Achieving Mass Conservation in Adaptive SemiLagrangian Advection Schemes 
10:3011:00  COFFEE BREAK 
11:0011:30  Takayuki Aoki, Tokyo Institute of Technology
and Hiroshi Yoshida, Tokyo Institute of Technology Shallow water equations in spherical geometry solved by a highaccurate IDO scheme and overset grid 
11:3012:00 
Eigil Kaas, Danish Meteorological Institute and Bennert
Machenhauer 
12:002:00  LUNCH BREAK 
2:002:30  Oswald Knoth, Institute for Tropospheric
Research and Detlef Hinneburg, Institute for Tropospheric
Research A nonhydrostatic anelastic model with a cut cell approach and implicit time stepping 
2:303:00 
M. Shoucri, Institut de Recherche HydroQuébec
(IREQ), A. Qaddouri, Meteorological Service of Canada and
J. Coté, Meteorological Service of Canada 
3:003:30  AFTERNOON TEA 
3:304:00  Abdessamad Qaddouri, Meteorological Service
of Canada and Jean Côté, Meteorological Service
of Canada Parallel Elliptic Solvers for the GEM Model 
4:004:30  A. Fournier, University of Maryland, G.
Beylkin, University of Colorado, V. Cheruvu, University
of Colorado, S. Sumetkijakan, University of Maryland Multiresolution Adaptive Spectral Elements: Application to shallowwater flow on the sphere 
Thursday August 15  
9:00  9:30  Joseph M. Prusa, Iowa State University and
Piotr K. Smolarkiewicz, National Center for Atmospheric Research Continuous Dynamic Grid Adaptation in a Global Atmospheric Model 
9:3010:00  K.S. Yeh, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center,
M. FoxRabinovitz and S.J. Lin A VariableResolution FiniteVolume General Circulation Model 
10:0010:30  Elisabetta Cordero, Met Office Normal mode analysis of the ``New Dynamics'' discretisation employed at the Met Office 
10:3011:00  COFFEE BREAK 
11:0011:30  Agathe Untch and Mariano Hortal (ECMWF) Tests with cubic spline interpolation in the vertical advection of the ECMWF semiLagrangian model in connection with a cubic finiteelement discretization in the verticals 
11:3012:00 
Francis X. Giraldo, Naval Research Laboratory 
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