Workshop Program

Here is the full list of presenters and talk titles

Saturday, Nov. 5

Time Presenter Presentation
9:00-9:15 Ryan Abernathey, Columbia University / LDEO Introduction
9:15-9:30 Spencer Hill, UCLA & Caltech "infinite-diff" and "animal-spharm": xarray-based finite differencing and spherical harmonics
9:30-9:45 Spencer Clark, Princeton University The other "aospy": automated climate data analysis and management
9:45-10:00 Daniel Rothenberg, MIT A Pythonic Approach to Simplifying Climate Data Analysis Pipelines
10:00-10:15 Phillip Wolfram, Los Alamos National Lab Climate analysis at exascale
10:15-10:30 Jeremy McGibbon, University of Washington Lessons from Model Code
10:30-11:00 coffee break  
11:00-11:15 Julien Le Sommer, CNRS What data-structures and utilities are needed for leveraging dask and xarray for the analysis ocean model output?
11:15-11:30 Guillaume SERAZIN, IRD/LEGOS, Toulouse, France Filtering ocean dataset using dask and xarray
11:30-11:45 Joy Monteiro, Stockholm University Data management à la GOAT
11:45-12:00 Joe Hamman, University of Washington & NCAR xarray applications in hydroclimatology
12:00-12:15 Brian Rose, University at Albany Climlab: a Python toolkit for interactive, process-oriented climate modeling
12:15-12:30 Kevin Paul, NCAR A Brief Survey of Python Efforts & Interests at the National Center for Atmospheric Research
12:30-1:30 lunch  
1:30-1:45 Matthew Rocklin, Continuum Analytics Dask
1:45-2:00 Stephan Hoyer, Google Research Developer level APIs for xarray
2:00-3:00 group discussion  
3:00-4:00 test drive someone else's package  
4:00-5:00 group discussion