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COSMO C++ Dynamical Core

The COSMO C++ Dynamical Core is a re-implementation of the Fortran Dynamical core in C++. It uses the STELLA stencil framework for efficient computation. The code is hosted available on Github. Installation and build instructions are available here.

Material

C++ Dynamical Core Training Course, Langen April 2017

Course website: COSMO/CLM/ART Training Course 2017

STELLA Stencil Workshop, Langen 2012

Note the interface to STELLA has been updated: Examples in the slides below need to be adapted.

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