to The Princeton Ocean Model (POM), a simple-to-run yet powerful ocean modeling code that is able to simulate
a wide-range of problems: circulation and mixing processes in rivers, estuaries, shelf and slope, lakes, semi-enclosed
seas and open and global ocean. POM is a sigma coordinate (terrain-following), free surface ocean model with
embedded turbulence and wave sub-models, and wet-dry capability. POM has been and continues to be a pioneering
force in ocean research and modeling due to the continued innovative improvements and new developments by its users.
(see more on POM developers and history on Wikipedia).
see Registration and Information
Sep2013: this POM page replaced the Princeton web which served users since mid 1990s
(see also new ATOP page)
International Workshop on Modeling the Ocean (IWMO)
The 7th IWMO will be held 1-5 June 2015 at Australian National
University (ANU), Canberra, Australia.
(IWMO-2015 web site)
Peer reviewed papers from IWMO are published in special issues of
Links to past IWMOs (2009-2015) are here
This page is maintained by: Tal Ezer (email,