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The workshop will be held at the CLORA facilities in Brussels (http://clora.euo

In a joint effort, the two centres of excellence EoCoE and PoP have once again hold a hands-on

This was the 4th biannual face-to-face meeting of the Energy oriented Centre of Excellence in computing applications EoCoE.  After previous event

Events

05

October

2015

Kick-off Meeting
CEA Saclay, France

30

June

2016

Energy Workshop - Helmholtz Programm Supercomputing & Big Data
Steinbuch Centre for Computing, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

04

July

2016

Poznan, 04th-06th July 2016 Face to Face Bi-annual EoCoE project meeting
This is the bi-annual face to face meeting of the Energy oriented Centre of Excellence in computing applications EoCoE (said "Echo").
PSNC: Jana Pawla II 10, Poznan (Poland)

30

November

2016

Rome, 30th November - 02nd December 2016 Face to Face Bi-annual EoCoE project meeting
This is the bi-annual face to face meeting of the Energy oriented Centre of Excellence in computing applications EoCoE (said "Echo").
ENEA’s Rome Headquarters

24

April

2017

Evaluation Workshop

In a joint effort, the two centres of excellence EoCoE and PoP will once again hold a hands-on

Barcelona Supercomputing Center

High-resolution long-term predictions of streamflow influenced by global climate change are required for the efficient management of hydropower down to individual power plants. In order to successfully tackle the different challenges, HPC technologies, tools and services will be implemented in close collaboration with the transversal basis and tested in real-world settings. The specific goals are for:

  • Geothermal energy to:
    • Define typical residential areas and specify their particular needs in terms of heat and electrical energy supply and to predict typical sizes of geothermal plants;
    • Establish a three-dimensional geological reservoir simulation model, representing all major cap rock and high-permeability layers at various depths;
    • Consider the energy (electricity and heat) demands of the generic studied city quarters;
    • Study alternative power plant scenarios.
  • Hydropower to:
    • Setup an integrated terrestrial modelling system embedded in a data assimilation framework for scenario analysis of climate change impact on hydropower generation and inform hydropower systems on the current and near term status of hydrologic states and fluxes in real-time;
    • Develop suitable interfaces between hydrological models and all the models for the energy sector, land use change, biodiversity, population growth and macroeconomics (including prices and market linkages) which are mandatory for a reliable integrated assessment model (IAM) application;
    • Develop new storage technologies and foster the evolution of the energy market, explored by means of a regional hydrological model.

EoCoE is a European Horizon 2020 funded project of Centre of Excellence in computing applications. It is designed to enhance numerical simulation efficiency in the international context of the High Performance Computing (HPC) challenges. It focusses its application scope towards low carbon energy domains.

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