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Organization

  • Date: January 23-24, 2008
  • Location: Calit2, UC San Diego, CA
  • Duration: 2 days
  • Participants: CI science user community (external)

This workshop targeted the west coast numerical ocean modeling community.

Objective:

Oscar: "We developed an Instrument domain diagram in the first report and this meeting should focus on building the Numerical Ocean Model domain diagram". 

    
Two examples of high level Numerical Ocean Model domain diagrams developed for the ROMS configuration run at JPL under Yi Chao's leadership and in collaboration with SCCCOOS.  

Materials:

  • Questionnare - basis for modeling participates' 10-15 min presentations of their activities (ppt, pdf)
  • Example presentation developed by Yi Chao at JPL using the Questionnaire (ppt, pdf)
  • Modeling Community Workshop-1 July 2007 Report (RWS1)
  • Summary report of Earth System Modeling Framework (ESMF Summary)
  • OOI CI Overview and Summary Information [AV1 ]
  • OOI CI Integrated Dictionary [AV2 ]
  • OOI CI High-level Operational Concept Graphic [OV1 ]

Outcome: The outcome of this workshop is documented in a workshop report.

Attendees:

Modelers:

  • Chao, Yi - Jet Propulsion Laboratory
  • Cornuelle, Bruce - University of California, San Diego
  • Miller, Art - University of California, San Diego
  • Moore, Andy - University of California, Santa Cruze/Ocean Sciences
  • O'Reilly, Bill - University of California, San Diego & Berkley
  • Washburn, Libe - University of California, Santa Barbara

CI Requirements Team:

  • Chave, Alan - Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
  • Farcas, Claudiu - University of California, San Diego
  • Farcas, Emilia - University of California, San Diego
  • Klacasky, Igor - University of California, San Diego
  • Kleinert, Jack - Raytheon
  • Krueger, Ingolf - University of California, San Diego
  • Meisinger, Michael - University of California, San Diego
  • Schofield, Oscar - Rutgers University

Observers:

  • Arrott, Matthew - University of California, San Diego
  • Christman, Jim - Consortium for Ocean Leadership
  • Ferlaino, Anthony - Consortium for Ocean Leadership
  • Orcutt, John - Scripps Institution of Oceanography
  • Peach , Cheryl - University of California, San Diego
  • Talalayevsky, Alex - Consortium for Ocean Leadership
  • Vernon, Frank - Scripps Institution of Oceanography

Agenda

Day 1

Part I - Context

08:00-08:30 Breakfast

08:30-08:50 Welcomes, Goals, and Overview of current OOI plans from PDR (Oscar)
08:50-09:10 Proposed CI Infrastructure for the OOI (Matt)
09:10-09:30 Developing Science user requirements (Alan)
09:30-10:00 CI system engineering (Ingolf)

10:00-10:15 Break

10:15-12:00 Scientist overviews (each scientist gives a 10-15 minutes presentation of their work)

12:00-13:00 Lunch

Part II - Past and Present scientific work

13:00-14:00 Review/walkthrough of the RWS1

  • the sys arch team gives a short presentation outlining the results of the RWS1 and points the scientists to the aspects relevant for the RWS2

14:00-15:30 Present day use cases & workflows

  • we split into two teams (each composed of 4 scientists and 2 architects),
  • the scientists give 10-12 min presentations each, then 5 min questions,
  • the architects record questions, requirements, open issues, points for innovation, etc

15:30-15:45 Break

15:45-17:30 Domain modeling (part 1 from use cases & workflows)

  • we split into two teams (each composed of 4 scientists and 2 architects),
  • the architects create domain models from the use cases/workflows previously provided,
  • the scientists provide additional details as input to the modeling effort, clarify terms

17:30-18:00 Day 1 wrap-up & charge for day 2 (Transformative nature of CI, Questionnaire)

18:00-19:00 Internal meeting for the architecture team 

19:00 Dinner

Day 2

Part III - Transformative nature of CI (Vision for the future)

08:00-08:30 Breakfast

08:30-10:00 Envisioned use cases & workflows enabled by the CI

  • we split into two teams (each composed of 4 scientists and 2 architects),
  • the scientists give 10-12 min presentations each, then 5 min questions,
  • the architects record questions, requirements, open issues, points for innovation, etc

10:00-10:15 Break

10:15-12:00 Domain modeling (part 2 from use cases & workflows)

  • we split into two teams (each composed of 4 scientists and 2 architects),
  • the architects create domain models from the envisioned use cases/workflows,
  • the scientists provide additional details as input to the modeling effort, clarify terms

12:00-12:30 Integration of domain models and terminology

  • the architects integrate the models developed by the individual teams
  • the scientists provide feedback and clarify conflicting terms

12:30-13:30 Lunch

Part IV - Wrap-up and feedback

13:30-15:00 Questionnaire enrichment & discussions

  • we split into two teams (each composed of 4 scientists and 2 architects),
  • the architects go into detailed questions from the questionnaire,
  • the scientists provide details, clarify terms, establish definitions,

Answers to the questionnaire:

15:00-15:15 Break

15:15-17:00 Domain modeling (part 3 from questionnaire)

  • we split into two teams (each composed of 4 scientists and 2 architects),
  • the architects enrich the domain models
  • with the details of the questionnaire,
  • the scientists provide feedback

17:00-17:30 Integration of domain models and terminology

  • the architects integrate the models developed by the individual teams
  • the scientists provide feedback and clarify conflicting terms

17:30-18:00 Feedback on the RWS2

18:00-19:00 Internal meeting for the architecture team

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