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Successful VVUQ Workshop

posted 30 Apr 2019, 07:10 by Daniel Thiemert   [ updated 30 Apr 2019, 07:11 ]
The VVUQ workshop (part of the WP4 of the project) took place on April, the 23rd and 24th in Saint-Rémy-les-Chevreuse, near CEA Saclay.
Extensive descriptions of the VVUQ methodologies as performed on both the URANIE and NWP communities were presented, allowing the various members of the project to become more familiar with both approaches.

Thanks to the presentation of W. Edeling, the link was also made with the VECMA H2020 project where UQ analysis plays a critical role.

The workshop hence allowed to precise:
  1. The common notions that everyone should (physical parameters vs initial conditions, verification vs validation, etc...). Those concepts will form the backbone of the deliverable to come.
  2. The work that will be performed in the rest of the project, notably the fact that the focus will mainly be on the UQ analysis of physical parameters.
  3. In-depth the functionalities of the URANIE tool, as well as first results on how to apply it for NWP analysis.
Finally, in parallel of the workshop BSC and CEA discussed about technical aspects of the current status of the URANIE code and how to improve the workflow internals and specific I/O management issues.

The main outcome of the workshop will be deliverable D4.1 published in June.

Presentations are available on the workshop page.