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==Model systems engineering==
 
==Model systems engineering==
  
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#REDIRECT [[2020_Workshop:Model_systems_engineering]]
===Location, Date/Time and Duration===
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2 hours
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===Conveners===
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[mailto:mhirsch@bu.edu Michael Hirsch]<br>
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[mailto:zettergm@erau.edu Matthew Zettergren]
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===Workshop Categories===
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Altitudes: IT - Latitudes: global  - Other:
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===Format of the Workshop===
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Short Presentations
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===Estimated attendance===
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30
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===Requested Specific Days===
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trying to avoid conflicts with software and especially modeling sessions
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===Special technology requests===
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===Justification===
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ST #5: Fuse the Knowledge Base across Disciplines
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# Encourage modelers who straddle the gap between software engineering and physics to make their models more accessible by joining forces with Python veterans
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# Demonstrate ways to make models that are used in non-public applications modular enough to be publicly shared, while able to plug in non-public modules
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# Progress is measured over the next year or so by increased number of modelers sharing core functionality of their model, and enhancing model connections to the Python data scientists
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ST #6: Manage, Mine, Manipulate Geoscience Data and Models
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# For many models, not having to rely on the PI or their delegate accelerates science discovery
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# Junior scientists can help develop example codes and videos for the models, greatly raising awareness, science output and value to funding agencies
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# Progress might be measured by mining papers for citations / keywords used such as links to software repos used, which can themselves be mined for use of continuous integration tools, build system type and specific software libraries
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===Description===
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This session seeks to connect the power of models that may have limited public access to the broader community.
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This increases the rate of science discovery and value to the funding agencies.
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Sessions will demonstrate:
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# connecting models to modern scripting languages such as Python
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# improving build systems so it takes minutes instead of a day to do first model setup
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# calls for community involvement to help make a model more ready for public consumption
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===Workshop Summary===
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This is where the final summary workshop report will be.
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===Presentation Resources===
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Upload presentation and link to it here. Links to other resources.
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[[Special:Upload|Upload Files Here]]
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* Add links to your presentations here, including agendas, that are uploaded above.  Please add bullets to separate talks.  See further information on [[Help:Uploading_Files|how to upload a file and link to it]].
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[[Category:2020 Workshop|Connecting models for discovery]]
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Revision as of 13:03, 24 June 2020

Model systems engineering

  1. REDIRECT 2020_Workshop:Model_systems_engineering