2021 System for Integrated Modeling of the Atmosphere (SIMA) Workshop

November 9, 2021

The System for Integrated Modeling of the Atmosphere (SIMA) is an effort to unify NCAR community atmosphere models in a common framework to better serve the climate, weather, geospace and chemistry modeling.

We are pleased to announce the availability of new integrated configurations and simulation output for SIMA.

We will be having a virtual meeting to update the community on these new SIMA capabilities and products, and plans for further development, on Tuesday 9 November from 0900-1100 MT (1100-1300 ET). The workshop is open to all in the research community and to NCAR staff.

If you are interested, please fill out a Google form to register.

Approximately the first hour of the meeting will be dedicated to the presentation of new SIMA-designated cases and component sets, including high-resolution polar configurations and a non-hydrostatic climate modeling capability, and simulation datasets for chemistry and geospace applications. The second hour will be devoted to the discussion of plans for further SIMA development and new applications, and to getting feedback from participants on these plans.

More information is at https://sima.ucar.edu.


Andrew, Bill, Mary & Hanli (SIMA Co-Leads)