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Modernizing Simulation Services and Accelerating R2O2R at the Community Coordinated Modeling Center (CCMC): Next-Generation Continuous Runs Framework

Chinwe Didigu - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center; Tina Tsui - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Michele Cash - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Ratina Dodani - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Marcus England - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Brent Gordon - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Steven Hill - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Michael Husler - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Maria Kuznetsova - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Chris Lauer - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Leila Mays - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Clinton Wallace - NOAA Space Weather Prediction Center, United States; Chiu Wiegand - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Jia Yue - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Yihua Zheng - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Lutz Rastaetter - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Richard Mullinix - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Joycelyn Jones - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Aleksandre Taktakishvili - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Peter Macneice - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States; Polymnia Manessis - NASA Community Coordinated Modeling Center, United States

R2O and Development of Services

Abstract

For over 20 years, the Community Coordinated Modeling Center (CCMC) at NASA  has provided unparalleled access to various services and tools for the research and development of state-of-the-art space science and space weather models serving the scientific community and in support of CCMC’s operational partners. Starting in 2020, CCMC will embark on modernization projects to develop its next generation of simulation services. Specific to R2O2R is the next-generation Continuous Runs simulation service at CCMC which aims to incorporate cutting-edge technologies and to provide portability of models and software for both in-house systems and for R2O2R activities. In this presentation, we will give an overview of the Architecture for Collaborative Evaluation (ACE) environment shared by CCMC and the Space Weather Prediction Testbed (SWPT) at NOAA. The ACE environment is the first of several Proving Grounds being developed as part of the Space Weather R2O2R Framework with the aim of providing the ability to develop, enhance, and quickly transition models and software systems from operations to research and vice versa. We will also describe how the processes, standards, models, and software developed for near real-time simulations at ACE will be used as a steppingstone to build further capabilities for this modernization effort.


Approaching deadlines:

Registration opens:

16 July 2020

Abstract submission opens:

16 July 2020

European Space Weather Medals:

6 September 2020

Registration deadline:

25 September 2020

Registration deadline: [extended]

10 October 2020

Abstract submission deadline:

4 September 2020