Biological and Environmental Research - Earth and Environmental System Sciences
Earth and Environmental System Modeling

Meetings

November 29, 2020
to December 02, 2020
NOAA-DOE Precipitation Processes and Predictability Workshop November 30 - December 2, 2020  Many extreme events and the impacts they cause (e.g., billion-dollar disasters) are associated with precipitation amounts (either too much or too little). A key to reducing these impacts is to be able to...
October 13, 2020
to October 16, 2020
The Regional and Global Model Analysis (RGMA) program area Principle Investigator (PI) meeting will be held virtually from October 13 to 16. The focus of this meeting is “Predictability of the Earth System." Meeting website and information Registration
February 16, 2020
to February 21, 2020
The Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM) is the flagship conference for the ocean sciences and the larger ocean-connected community.  As we approach the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, beginning in 2021, it is increasingly important to gather as a scientific community to raise awareness of the truly global dimension of the ocean, address environmental challenges, and set forth on a path towards a resilient planet.  The Ocean Sciences Meeting 2020 is co-sponsored by AGU, the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), and The Oceanography Society (TOS).  Through the combined power of these three organizations, along with the broader conservation-focused community, this meeting provides attendees the opportunity to bridge disciplines, connect communities, and make lasting partnerships. The Ocean Sciences meeting will be held in San Diego, CA, from February 16-21, 2020. The scientific program can be found here: https://agu.confex.com/agu/osm20/meetingapp.cgi/Home/0  
December 09, 2019
to December 13, 2019
Get a comprehensive schedule of EESM-related posters, presentations and town halls at AGU. 
November 17, 2019
to November 22, 2019
Supercomputers are becoming increasingly complex due to the prevalence of hierarchy and heterogeneity in emerging node and system architectures. As a result of these trends, users of conventional programming models for scalable high-performance applications increasingly find themselves writing applications using a mix of distinct programming models—such as Fortran90, C, C++, MPI, OpenMP, and CUDA—which are also often becoming more complex and detail-oriented themselves. These trends negatively impact the costs of developing, porting, and maintaining HPC applications. Meanwhile, new programming models and languages are being developed that strive to improve upon the status quo. This is accomplished by unifying the expression of parallelism and locality across the system, raising the level of abstraction, making use of modern language design features, and/or leveraging the respective strengths of programmers, compilers, runtimes, and operating systems. These alternatives may take the form of parallel programming languages (e.g., Chapel, Fortran2018, Julia, UPC), frameworks for large-scale data processing and analytics (e.g., Spark, Tensorflow, Dask), or libraries and embedded DSLs that extend existing languages (e.g., Legion, COMPSs, SHMEM, HPX, Charm++, UPC++, Coarray C++, Global Arrays). The PAW-ATM workshop is designed to explore the expression of applications in scalable parallel programming models that serve as an alternative to the status quo. It is designed to bring together applications experts and proponents of high-level programming models to present concrete and practical examples of using such alternative models and to illustrate the benefits of high-level approaches to scalable programming. The PAW-ATM workshop is designed as a forum for exhibiting studies of parallel applications developed using high-level parallel programming models serving as alternatives to MPI+X-based programming. Our hope is to create a forum in which architects, language designers, and users can present, learn about, and discuss the state of the art in alternative scalable programming models while also wrestling with how to increase their effectiveness and adoption.
December 10, 2018
to December 14, 2018
The AGU Fall Meeting 2018 will mark another dynamic year of discovery in Earth and space science, serve as the advent of AGU’s Centennial year, and provide a special opportunity to share our science with world leaders in Washington, D.C. 
November 05, 2018
to November 09, 2018
The 2018 Principal Investigator's Meeting was held November 5 to 9, 2018, at the Bolger Center, in Potomac, Maryland. See the agenda, or view abstracts, for more information.
February 11, 2018
to February 16, 2018
The 2018 Ocean Sciences Meeting (OSM), co-sponsored by the American Geophysical Union (AGU), the Association for the Sciences of Limnology and Oceanography (ASLO), and The Oceanography Society (TOS), will be held 11–16 February, in Portland, Oregon.
December 11, 2017
to December 15, 2017
Fall Meeting is the largest and preeminent Earth and space science meeting in the world. The 2017 Fall Meeting will take place in New Orleans, Louisiana, offering attendees the chance to discover a new location that features world-renowned cuisine, music, arts, and culture, and provides access to vital scientific ecosystems. 
December 12, 2016
to December 16, 2016
The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide conference in the geophysical sciences, attracting nearly 24,000 Earth and space scientists, educators, students, and policy makers. This meeting showcases current scientific theory focused on discoveries that will benefit humanity and ensure a sustainable future for our planet.
November 29, 2016
to December 01, 2016
The 2016 RGCM PI meeting is scheduled to start at 8am on November 29th and end at 4pm on December 1st at the Rockville Hilton, Rockville, MD.
November 15, 2016
to November 18, 2016
Selected workshops will hold a central position within the larger conference, which will bring together top academic and industrial researchers from all over the world to exchange cutting edge research ideas in Big Data research, development and practice. Within these fields, workshops at Big Data form crucial focal points for emerging communities and forums for the examination of new ideas.
July 18, 2016
to July 22, 2016
The 9th International Cloud Modeling strategy is similar to past cloud modeling workshops that have used observationally-derived case studies to provide a framework for model intercomparisons.
December 14, 2015
to December 18, 2015
The AGU Fall Meeting is the largest worldwide conference in the geophysical sciences, attracting nearly 24,000 Earth and space scientists, educators, students, and policy makers. This meeting showcases current scientific theory focused on discoveries that will benefit humanity and ensure a sustainable future for our planet.
December 15, 2014
to December 19, 2014
DOE's Office of Biological and Environmental Research will host three town hall meetings at the American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting.
May 12, 2014
to May 14, 2014
The 2014 Principal Investigator's Meeting will be held May 12-14, 2014, at the Bolger Center, in Potomac, MD.