wiki:DevelopersListing

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List of FLEXPART Developers

Sort order: Affiliation (with IMGW as home of main developer on top), first name
Initials refers to initalis used in source code comments as a shorthand

NameAffiliation Contribution Trac ID Initials
Univ. of Vienna & BOKU Vienna - AT
Andreas Stohl (previously @NILU)Univ. of Vienna, Dept. of Meteorology & Geophysics, Austria Main developer of FLEXPART ansto
Anne Tipka (formerly Philipp) CTBTO, Austria & Univ. of Vienna, Dept. of Meteorology & Geophysicstesting environment / deposition / ECMWF retrieval scripts (flex_extract) / disaggregation of ECMWF precipitation anphi AP or AT
Leo Haimberger Univ. of Vienna, Dept. of Meteorology & Geophysics, Austria ECMWF retrieval scripts (flex_extract)leohaim
Petra SeibertBOKU, Institute of Meteorology & Univ. of Vienna, Dept. of Meteorology & Geophsics, Austria Contribution to turbulence and wet deposition, basic concept and part of implementation of convection, backward mode (with Andreas Frank), MM5 version (with P. Skomorowski); FLEXTRA; FLEXPART-WRF (some maintenance); flex_extract (documentation, Fortran code) peseiPS
Andreas Frank(*)BOKU, Institute of Meteorology (now ZAMG)bwd mode AF
Marina Dütsch Univ. of Vienna, Dept. of Meteorology & Geophysics, Austria mduetsch MD
NILU - NO
Espen Sollum Norwegian Institute for Air Research espen ESO
Ignacio Pisso Norwegian Institute for Air Research igpis
Massimo CassianiNorwegian Institute for Air Research CBL scheme, parallel random numbers, FLEXPART-NorESM/CAM version massimo
Rona Thompson Norwegian Institute for Air Research OH chemistry RLT
Sabine Eckhardt Norwegian Institute for Air Research Deposition/output optimization/ECMWF-GFS branching/dynamic allocation saeck
ZAMG - AT
Delia Arnold Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik, Austria (previous affiliations: BOKU, Institute of Meteorology INTE , Institute of Energy Technologies) Operational implementation for nuclear and volcanic ash transport applications, versions MM5 and WRF, application to tracer studies dearn
Gerhard Wotawa(*) Zentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik, Austria Operational implementation for nuclear and volcanic ash transport applications, versions for MM5 and WRF gewot
Paul SkomorowskiZentralanstalt für Meteorologie und Geodynamik, Austria Maintainance and development of the Austrian Emergency Response System TAMOS and ZAMG implementation of the CTBTO-WMO atmospheric backtracking response system; MM5-Version (with P. Seibert) pasko
CIRES - US
Jerome Brioude CIRES/CU, Boulder, USA; http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/csd/groups/csd4/forecasts/ WRF version, code parallelization jbrioude
EMPA - CH
Stephan Henne Empa, Laboratory for Air Pollution / Environmental Technology, Switzerland code parallelisation/NetCDF output sthen
ETHZ - CH
Harald SodemannInstitute for Atmospheric and Climate Sciences, ETH Zürich, Switzerland GRIB_API implementation, namelist input, parallelisation issues hasod
Univ. of Oslo - NO
John F Burkhart University of Oslo Plotting / pflexible / NetCDF output and handling jobur
Uppsala University - SE
Adam Dingwelluntil 2018: Uppsala University, Dept. of Earth Sciences, Sweden WRF-version: NetCDF output, land-use adingwell
Private sector
Don MortonBoreal Scientific Computing LLC, Fairbanks, Alaska, USA Work related to https://ctbto.org/ donaldjmorton DJM

(*) Retired from position of FLEXPART developer.


Other initials (used in code comments):

ZHGZ. Henrik Grythe (NILU)
NIKNina I. Kristiansen (NILU, now UK Met. Office)
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