Changes between Version 20 and Version 21 of Scientific Advisory Board/Agenda/2019-01-23


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  • Scientific Advisory Board/Agenda/2019-01-23

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    17171.       Introductions (5 mins) 
    18 2.       Review of System Team work in 2018 (@ 30 mins) (see report here) 
     182.       Review of System Team work in 2018 (@ 30 mins) ([attachment:2018_AnnualReport.docx see report here]) 
    19193.       Presentation on System Team plan for 2019 (@ 30 mins) 
    20204.       Stock-take of progress against NEMO Development Strategy (see below) 
     
    2525It’s about 18 months since we met in Barcelona to agree the NEMO Development Strategy for 2018-2022. Since then there has been a lot of progress and quite a number of proposals for EC funding have been approved. This meeting of the NDC is a good opportunity to review progress against the objectives defined in the strategy, summarise what work is currently planned and identify any major gaps in the implementation of the strategy. 
    2626The chapter number and title and the leaders of the associated WGs are listed below: 
    27 || 3: HPC WG                        ||Silvia Mocavero and Mike Bell || 
     27|| 3: HPC WG                        || Silvia Mocavero and Mike Bell || 
    2828|| 4: Kernel                        || Mike Bell ||  
    29 || 5: Physical processes no group ? || Julien le Sommer?||  
    30 || 6: AGRIF                         || Jérôme Chanut||  
    31 || 7: Data interface                || Matt Martin to report ?||  
    32 || 8: Sea-ice SI3                   ||  Ed Blockley and Martin Vancoppennolle||  
    33 || 9: Air-sea interactions          || Sébastien Masson and Emanuela Clementi||  
    34 || 10: BGC / Tracers TOP            || Olivier Aumont and Tomas Lovato||  
    35 || 11: Validation and user support  || leader ?||  
     29|| 5: Physical processes no group ? || Julien le Sommer? ||  
     30|| 6: AGRIF                         || Jérôme Chanut ||  
     31|| 7: Data interface                || Matt Martin to report ? ||  
     32|| 8: Sea-ice SI3                   ||  Ed Blockley and Martin Vancoppennolle ||  
     33|| 9: Air-sea interactions          || Sébastien Masson and Emanuela Clementi ||  
     34|| 10: BGC / Tracers TOP            || Olivier Aumont and Tomas Lovato ||  
     35|| 11: Validation and user support  || leader ? ||  
    3636 
    3737The "default" running order for the review could follow the above order of the chapters.