A three-year position is available in CMS after Annette Hirsch accepted a position with Deloitte. Meanwhile, CMS released a new version of CABLE-WRF, developed a data and code collection, redesigned training sources on the CMS wiki, and have helped create access to new configurations in ACCESS-ESM1.5.
Tag Archive: Claire Carouge
Two new ACCESS models have been released (ACCESS-CM2, ACCESS-ESM1.5), the Aus400 dataset has been published, the ERA5 collection is being transferred to NCI and there is now a new quick process to book meetings with our CMS team.
Claire Carouge explains WRF at NCI
Claire Carouge takes us through a WRF Q&A session
The CMS team took part in the Australasian Leadership Computing Symposium, are preparing a grand computing challenge for the new supercomputer Gadi, have made available a CMIP6 dataset, and is in the process of porting models from Raijin.
Claire Carouge and Aidan Heerdegen attended the Collaborative Conference on Computational and Data Intensive Science 2019 and explored a future where high-performance supercomputers were being replaced with analyses services to the cloud. It's a future that is very close and we can expect these changes to occur during the lifetime of the Centre.
In this report CMS describes the preparations that are underway for the new NCI supercomputer Gadi; the conversion of forcing data from the GMTB single column model to be readable by WRF; and the release of the ERA5-Land dataset.
Claire Carouge (CLEX CMS) continues the Python introduction.
Claire introduces the basics of Python 3 using jupyter notebooks. Instructions to install Python on your machine.
Claire Carouge (CLEX CMS) explains the basics of Sourcetree, a graphical user interface for git.