(First paragraph) The 9th International Workshop on Modeling the Ocean (IWMO 2017) was held in the modern campus of Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea, from July 3–6 2017. The workshop was attended by about 80 participants from countries all around the world, many of whom were young and earliercareer scientists: students and postdocs. Papers were presented covering a broad range oftopics on field observations, analyses, and modeling: wave and air-sea interaction dynamics, climate variability, basin-scale processes and coastal oceanography, sea-ice dynamics, sediment transport, tropical cyclones, biogeochemical-physical coupling, boundary currents, sea-level rise, extreme events, ocean prediction and others. We were pleased to witness very high-quality research and presentations, many from young students and scientists. Thirty three (33) young scholars participated in the Outstanding Young Scientist Award (OYSA) competition; congratulations to all of them! The finalists of the IWMO-2017 OYSAwere: R. Olson (Yonsei University, Korea), Y. Ushijima (Kyoto University, Japan), Y. Choi (Yonsei University, Korea), and Y. J. Tak (Seoul National University, Korea).
Original Publication Citation
Oey, L.-Y., Noh, Y., Berntsen, J., Kim, S. Y., Mitsudera, H., & Ezer, T. (2020). The 9th International workshop on Modeling the Ocean (IWMO 2017) in Seoul, Korea, July 3–6, 2017. Ocean Dynamics, 70(1), 163-164. doi:10.1007/s10236-019-01322-x
Oey, Lie-Yauw; Noh, Yign; Berntsen, Jarle; Kim, Sung Yong; Mitsudera, Humio; and Ezer, Tal, "Editorial-The 9th International Workshop on Modeling the Ocean (IWMO 2017) in Seoul, Korea, July 3–6, 2017" (2020). CCPO Publications. 323.