Welcome to The Princeton Ocean Model (POM), a simple-to-run yet powerful ocean modeling code to simulate a wide-range of problems, from small-scale coastal processes to global ocean climate change. 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 a pioneering force in ocean research since the early 1980s, and continues with innovative new developments by its thousands of users worldwide until today.
(see POM in Wikipedia and presentation on the History of POM Users Group)

New Users: see Registration and Information for Users

  International Workshop on Modeling the Ocean (IWMO Home)

-Peer reviewed papers from IWMO are published in special issues of Ocean Dynamics
-Links to all IWMO meetings (2009-2019) and POM Users meetings (1996-2003) are here

-The 11th IWMO-2019 was held in Wuxi, China, June 17-20, 2019. [group picture]
[submit paper, info on special issue; DEADLINE: 30-NOV-2019 ].
-The 10th IWMO-2018 was held in Santos, Brazil, June 25-28, 2018. [group picture]
-The 9th IWMO-2017 was held in Seoul, South Korea, July 3-6, 2017.
-The 8th IWMO-2016 was held in Bologna, Italy, 7-10 June, 2016. (special issue published)
-The 7th IWMO-2015 was held in Canberra, Australia, 1-5 June, 2015. (special issue published)

  General Information JOBS: Research Associate Faculty Position at the Naval Postgraduate School

Note: in Sep2013 this POM page replaced the Princeton web which served users since mid 1990s

This page is maintained by: Tal Ezer (email, web)

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