Scientific presentations

05/2022Klöwer et al. Nobody needed those bits anyway. What is the bitwise real information in weather and climate data?, 7th European Network for Earth System Modelling (ENES) workshop on high performance computing, Barcelona, Spain (slides, presentation).
03/2022Klöwer et al. Low-precision climate computing, Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory seminar, virtually.
03/2022Klöwer et al. Low-precision climate computing, PIK Potsdam / TUM Munich Wednesday seminar, virtually.
02/2022Klöwer et al. Accelerating fluid simulations with 16 bits: Approaching 4x speedups on A64FX, SIAM Parallel Processing for Scientific Computing, virtually (abstract, slides).
02/2022Klöwer et al. Like .mp3 or .jpg but for climate data, NCAS Friday seminar, virtually.
02/2022Klöwer et al. Compressing atmospheric data into its real information content, Compression Workshop, NCAS Reading, virtually.
11/2021Klöwer et al. Faster weather and climate simulations with 16-bit arithmetic, Mathematics of the Climate Crisis, Edinburgh, UK (poster)
09/2021Klöwer, Razinger, Dominguez. Compressing atmospheric data into its real information content, ECMWF Summer of Weather Code Final Day, virtually (video).
07/2021Klöwer et al. 3.6x speedup on A64FX by squeezing ShallowWaters.jl into Float16, JuliaCon 2021, virtually (video).
06/2021Coveney and Klöwer. The unreasonable effectiveness of floating-point numbers in the computational sciences, Non-Linear Dynamics of Natural Systems, Utrecht University, virtually.
04/2021Klöwer, Razinger, Dominguez, Düben, Palmer. Compressing atmospheric data into its real information content, ECMWF seminar, virtually.
03/2021Klöwer, Paxton, Chantry. Stochastic rounding for weather and climate models, SIAM Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, virtually.
09/2020Klöwer, Dominguez, Razinger. Compressing atmospheric data into its real information content, ECMWF Summer of Weather Code Final Day, virtually (video).
07/2020Klöwer, Düben, Palmer. Climate Models in 16 bit: Arithmetic and algorithmic challenges, JuliaCon2020, virtually (video).
07/2020Klöwer, Dominguez, Razinger. Climate data compression: Elefridge.jl, ECMWF Summer of Weather Code, virtually.
02/2020Forget, Barth, Klöwer. Julia workshop, Ocean Science Meeting, San Diego, CA, USA, virtually.
09/2019Klöwer, Düben, Palmer. Towards 16-bit ocean models, Ocean Modelling Challenger Meeting, Edinburgh, UK.
09/2019Klöwer, Düben, Palmer. Finding the best 16-bit number format: Sonums - self-organising numbers, Machine Learning for Climate Modelling, Oxford, UK (poster).
05/2019Klöwer, Jansen, Claus, Greatbatch, Thomsen. Energy budget-based backscatter parameterizations in ocean models, LOCEAN, Paris, France.
04/2019Klöwer, Düben, Palmer.Towards 16-bit weather and climate models: Posits as an alternative to floats, European Geoscience Union, Vienna, Austria (poster).
03/2019Klöwer, Düben, Palmer. Towards 16-bit weather and climate models: Evaluating posits as an alternative to floats in Julia, Julia London Meetup, London, UK (video).
03/2019Klöwer, Düben,Palmer. Towards 16-bit weather and climate models: Posits as an alternative to floats, Conference on Next Generation Arithmetic CoNGA, Singapore (video).
06/2018Klöwer, Rackow, Donkers. Increasing public confidence in weather forecasts: Intuitive probabilistic meteograms, Copernicus OpenDataHack2018, Reading, UK.
04/2018Klöwer, Jansen, Claus, Greatbatch, Thomsen. Energy budget-based backscatter in a shallow water model of a double gyre basin, Scales and scaling cascades in geophysical systems, Hamburg, Germany.
03/2018Klöwer, Düben, Palmer. Approximate computing in weather and climate forecasting, Wessex DTN Congress, Southampton, UK.
02/2018Klöwer, Jansen, Claus, Greatbatch, Thomsen. Energy budget-based backscatter in a shallow water model of a double gyre basin, Ocean Science Meeting, Portland, Oregon, USA.
06/2014Klöwer, Latif, Ding, Greatbatch, Park. North Atlantic Oscillation influence on Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation and prediction of decadal SST variability, Ocean Scale Interactions Symposium, Brest, France.