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Shine Model Challenge Update

SHINE is now only 2 weeks away, and the schedule for our session and the project support web page at the CCMC are taking shape.

IF YOU HOPE TO HAVE SOME TIME TO MAKE A PRESENTATION AND HAVE NOT ALREADY NOTIFIED ME, PLEASE DO SO SOON.

ALSO

THE RESULTS SUBMISSION PAGE IS NOW AVAILABLE. SO FAR OUTPUT FILES FOR 5 DIFFERENT MODELS HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED AND OUR SYSTEM HAS SUCCESSFULLY PROCESSED THEM. IF YOU WISH TO HAVE YOUR RESULTS IN OUR SYSTEM PRIOR TO THE MEETING PLEASE UPLOAD THEM AS SOON AS POSSIBLE.

IF YOU ENCOUNTER ANY PROBLEMS WITH OUR ANONYMOUS FTP SERVER DURING THE SUBMISSION PROCESS PLEASE CONTACT ANNA CHULAKI at anna.chulaki-1@nasa.gov.

The goals for this meeting are to

  1. report on the preliminary runs done for our test cases
  2. report on the development of the supporting web site and post-processing tools at the CCMC
  3. discuss the most appropriate post-processing output for each case
  4. discuss selection of test cases representative of solar maximum
  5. collect feedback on the design and functionality of the support web-site
  6. Establish the schedule for on-going deliverables.
As with last years meeting, I am keen to see short (10-15 minute) interactive presentations rather than seminar style talks.

Status of Web-Site

http://ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov/challenges/SHINE

The main functions of the support web site at the CCMC are to

Submission

The results submission page is NOW AVAILABLE for use. It can be accessed by going to

http://ccmc.gsfc.nasa.gov/challenges/SHINE

Please follow the instructions provided there and use the button "SUBMIT your desired diagnostics and receive file submission instructions >>" at the bottom of the page to submit your results. If you encounter any problems with this submission process please contact me (Peter.J.MacNeice@nasa.gov).

Automated post-processing

The automated post-processing control has been implemented and is currently being debugged. As of now it can create synthethic STEREO Heliographic Images, selected 2D data slices of coronal models using FORWARD, and where appropriate, automatic generation of Kameleon(CDF) format files for use with Space Weather Explorer 2 (SWx2).

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