Study the Unified Model
Dates: 15th November – 19th November 2021
The Met Office Unified Model is used for weather and climate prediction by forecasting centres worldwide. The Introduction to Unified Model course provides practical support for setting up and running experiments on this model, through a series of short lectures and hands-on workshops.
The key areas covered in the course are:
- The fundamentals of the UM modelling system;
- Running UM suites and using UM data files;
- Using the Rose/cylc application and workflow management system;
- Version control with FCM;
- Tools for working with UM files;
- Troubleshooting common problems.
How to apply
We aim for students to:
Introduction to Unified Model is led by experts from the National Centre for Atmospheric Science Computational Modelling Service.
The course will be run over five half-day sessions, delivered online via Zoom.
Full academic rate £379
Educational discounted rate £239
The educational discounted rate may be available to those students or post-docs not eligible for the subsidised rate.
National Centre for Atmospheric Science subsidised rate £127
Terms and conditions
No charge will be made where the cancellation is made more than six weeks before the date of the training course.
In the event of cancellation made within six weeks immediately prior to the training course an invoice will be issued to the amount of a non-funded place on the course.
In the event that a place can be filled by another student no fee will be charged.
All cancellations must be sent in writing to email@example.com.
Amendments and cancellations
It may be necessary for us to change the content and timing of a course, the staff, the date or the venue.