History

23.05.2022

The Department of Atmospheric Physics, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic (CU-DAP) joins the MESSy Consortium

03.12.2021

The Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas / Insitute of Astrophysics of Andalusia (CSIC-IAA) joins the MESSy Consortium

23.06.2021

The Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) joins the MESSy Consortium

31.05.-02.06.2021

10th annual EMAC Symposium, 1st Virtual Meeting

Joined by more than 80 participants from at least 10 institutions, 46 presentations and 6 invited talks

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

14.04.2021

release of MESSy 2.55.0

16.10.2020

The Faculty of Environment and Natural Resources, Environmental Meteorology, University of Freiburg (UFR) joins the MESSy Consortium

02.-04.07.2019

9th annual EMAC Symposium, FZJ, Jülich

51 participants from 12 institutions, 40 oral contributions

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

25.09.2018

release of MESSy 2.54.0

06.-08.06.2018

8th annual EMAC Symposium, KIT-SCC, Karlsruhe

54 participants from 10 institutions, 37 oral contributions

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

26.-28.06.2017

7th annual EMAC Symposium, MPI-C, Mainz

61 participants from 10 institutions, 38 oral contributions

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Presentations (password protected)

23.05.2017

The King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia (KAUST) joins the MESSy Consortium

21.02.2017

release of MESSy 2.53.0

12.10.2016

The Sun Yat-Sen University, School of Chemical Engineering and Technology, Guangzhou, China (SYSU) joins the MESSy Consortium

27.09.2016

The Climate Group, Department of Geoscience, Aarhus University (UAarhusGD) joins the MESSy Consortium

29.06.-01.07.2016

6th annual EMAC Symposium, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen

54 participants from 11 institutions, 32 oral contributions

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

17.06.2016

Charlotte Hoppe (FZJ) receives the ABC/J Forschungspreis for her Dissertation entitled “A Lagrangian transport core for the simulation of stratospheric trace species in a Chemistry Climate Model”

07.04.2016

The Institute for Energy and Climate Research – Troposphere, Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ-IEK-8) joins the MESSy Consortium

02.12.2015

The Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Technical University Delft (TU Delft) joins the MESSy Consortium

31.07.2015

release of MESSy 2.51/2.52

16.-18.06.2015

5th annual EMAC Symposium, FZJ, Jülich

51 participants from 9 institutions, 35 oral contributions

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

01.04.2015

The Department of Environmental Sciences, Wageningen University, The Netherlands (ESSWU) joins the MESSy Consortium

12.12.2014

The Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH-LAP) joins the MESSy Consortium

12.12.2014

The Meteorological Institute, University of Bonn (MIUB) joins the MESSy Consortium

22.09.2014

Volker Grewe, Sigrun Matthes and their team (DLR) receive the Aviation Award 2014

12.08.2014

The Institute for Hydrobiology and Fisheries Science, University Hamburg (UHH-IHF) joins the MESSy Consortium

14.-16.07.2014

4th annual EMAC Symposium, FUB, Berlin

60 participants from 9 institutions, 39 oral contributions

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

11.04.2014

The Institute of Global Climate and Ecology (Moscow, IGCE-RU) joins the MESSy Consortium

06.12.2013

The Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences (CAMS) joins the MESSy Consortium

06.11.2013

release of MESSy 2.50

01.08.2013

Official foundation of the multi-institutional “MESSy Consortium”
Founding members
  • Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR-PA)
  • Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute for Meteorology and Climate Research – Atmospheric Trace Gases and Remote Sensing (KIT-IMK-ASF) and Steinbuch Centre for Computing – Simulation Lab Climate and Environment (KIT-SCC-SLC)
  • Institute for Energy and Climate Research – Stratosphere, Forschungszentrum Jülich (FZJ-IEK-7)
  • Max-Planck Institute for Chemistry, Mainz (MPIC) with associted Cyprus Institute (CYI)
  • Institute of Meteorology, Freie Universität Berlin (FUB)
  • Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Johannes-Gutenberg Universität Mainz (UMZ-IPA)

15.-16.07.2013

Introductory workshop at MPIC Mainz with 16 participants from 4 institutions

13.06.2013

Third meeting of the working group on the foundation of a multi-institutional “MESSy Consortium”

12.-14.06.2013

3rd annual EMAC Symposium, KIT, Karlsruhe

57 participants from 8 institutions, 31 oral contributions

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10.06.2013

Approval of the ESCiMo (Earth System Chemistry integrated Modelling) project with “Konsortialstatus” by the DKRZ scientific steering committee (WLA)

14.05.2013

Presentation of the ESCiMo (Earth System Chemistry integrated Modelling) proposal at the DKRZ scientific steering committee (WLA) meeting

29.01.2013

Second meeting of the working group on the foundation of a multi-institutional “MESSy Consortium”

06.09.2012

First meeting of the working group on the foundation of a multi-institutional “MESSy Consortium”

22.03.2012

release of MESSy 2.42

21.03.2012

Launch of the MESSy-WiKi

14.-16.01.2012

2nd annual EMAC Symposium, MPI-C, Mainz

58 participants from 9 institutions, 38 oral contributions

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

05.04.2011

double release of
MESSy 1.11 (MESSy development cycle 1)
and
MESSy 2.41 (MESSy development cycle 2)

25.-27.01.2011

1st EMAC Symposium, DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen

44 participants from 9 institutions, 29 oral contributions

Agenda
Presentations (password protected)

22.12.2010

Development cycle 2 of MESSy published in Geoscientific Model Development:
Jöckel, P., Kerkweg, A., Pozzer, A., Sander, R., Tost, H., Riede, H., Baumgaertner, A., Gromov, S., Kern, B., Development cycle 2 of the Modular Earth Submodel System (MESSy2), Geoscientific Model Development, 3, 717-752, doi: 10.5194/gmd-3-717-2010, 2010.

25.08.2010

release of MESSy 1.10

30.-31.03.2010

Introductory workshop at DLR Oberpfaffenhofen with 11 participants from 6 institutions

02.02.2010

release of MESSy 1.9

29.-30.10.2009

Introductory workshop at DLR Oberpfaffenhofen with 20 participants from 7 institutions

27.05.2009

release of MESSy 1.8

01.12.2008

release of MESSy 1.7

26.05.2008

release of MESSy 1.6

18.12.2007

release of MESSy 1.5

15.05.2007

release of MESSy 1.4

01.02.2007

The members of the Scientific Steering Board of the M&D group and the DKRZ discussed on their 14. meeting, following Prof. Schumann’s (DLR) suggestion, to support MESSy as ‘community model’ by M&D.

01.12.2006

release of MESSy 1.3

07.11.2006

First ECHAM5/MESSy1 evaluation published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics:
P. Jöckel, H. Tost, A. Pozzer, C. Brühl, J. Buchholz, L. Ganzeveld, P. Hoor, A. Kerkweg, M. G. Lawrence, R. Sander, B. Steil, G. Stiller, M. Tanarhte, D. Taraborrelli, J. van Aardenne, J. Lelieveld, The atmospheric chemistry general circulation model ECHAM5/MESSy1: consistent simulation of ozone from the surface to the mesosphere, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 6, 5067-5104, doi: 10.5194/acp-6-5067-2006, 2006.

12.06.2006

release of MESSy 1.2

18.01.2006

release of MESSy 1.1

03/2005-12/2005

Intensive debugging and evaluation simulations

11.03.2005

Feature freeze and internal version MESSy 1.0

10.02.2005

MESSy Technical Note published in Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics:
Patrick Jöckel, Rolf Sander, Astrid Kerkweg, Holger Tost, and Jos Lelieveld, Technical Note: The Modular Earth Submodel System (MESSy) – a new approach towards Earth System Modeling, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 5, 433-444, doi: 10.5194/acp-5-433-2005, 2005.

06.-08.10.2004, 12.-14.10.2004

First MESSy Workshop with 26 participants from 11 institutions
Release of the preliminary test version MESSy 0.9

04.-09.09.2004

Presentation of MESSy on the 8th International Global Atmospheric Chemistry (IGAC) Conference in Christchurch, New Zealand (1 oral presentation and 11 posters)

06/2004

Interface design definition finished

2001-2004

Main development phase
Design of basic interface structure with several revisions
Programming of several MESSy submodels

06/2001

Start of the project
Formulation of the overall aims
  • one model code for all projects covering all contributions
  • easily expandable and portable model code
  • code development independent of base model
  • efficient development of several contributions in parallel
  • comprehensive model easily applicable and expandable for beginners (user friendly)