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Event Name 2016 PHYSICS WORKSHOP
Event Date 2016-05-25 ~ 2016-05-27
Place Seogwipo KAL hotel 242 Chilsimni-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, Korea
Purpose
Scope

 

The fourth international workshop on next-generation NWP models:
gray-zone and advanced approaches for high-impact weather

The main topic of this international workshop will be high-resolution modeling with gray-zone physics and advanced approaches. After the 2010 meeting on the cloud-resolving modeling approach and beyond (Hong and Dudhia, 2011), scale-aware or gray-zone physics has been a popular subject in the NWP modeling community and significant progress has been accomplished on developing gray-zone physics in several areas. We think that it is about the right time to assess the progress we have made during the last 6 years and discuss the direction for future challenges particularly regarding high-resolution modeling and high-impact weather applications. For this purpose we are organizing this workshop. We are warmly inviting you to this exciting workshop, so please attend and share the ideas to resolve the issues which may lie ahead of us. The title of the workshop is “The fourth international workshop on next-generation NWP models: gray-zone and advanced approaches for high-impact weather”. Thank you and see you in beautiful Jeju, South Korea.

    • Extended registration deadline April 29th, 2016
    • Registration Deadline April 25th, 2016
    • Oral presentation : Invited Speakers Only
    • Poster presentation : Notify when register (*encouraged) 
      Poster size is limited to 90cm x 140cm, portrait orientation. (No template format is provided)

     
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    Photo: Republic of Korea via Flickr (www.flickr.com/photos/koreanet/5983290258)  

    Event Name 2016 PHYSICS WORKSHOP
    Event Date 2016-05-25 ~ 2016-05-27
    Place Seogwipo KAL hotel 242 Chilsimni-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do, Korea
    Purpose
    Scope

     

    FIRST DAY (25 MAY 2016, WEDNESDAY)

    AM 08:00 - 08:40 | Registration |

    AM 08:40 - 09:00 | Opening Remarks |

    SESSION 1: CURRENT STATUS OF NWP MODELS

    Chairs: Peter Bechtold(ECMWF) & Jongil Han (NOAA-NCEP)

    AM 09:00 - 09:15 | 1.1 | Model Activities at ECMWF | Peter Betchold (ECMWF) |

    AM 09:15 - 09:30 | 1.2 | The Next Generation Global Prediction System (NGGPS) Development Activities at NCEP | Jongil Han (NOAA-NCEP) |

    AM 09:30 - 09:45 | 1.3 | Overview of the NWP System, toward a Seamless Physics Package | Eric Bazile (Meteo-France) |

    AM 09:45 - 10:00 | 1.4 | An overview of the KMA numerical weather prediction systems |Dongjoon Kim (KMA) |

    AM 10:00 - 10:15 | 1.5 | Present and future NWP activities at the German Weather service (DWD) | Daniel Klocke (DWD) |

    AM 10:15 - 10:40 Coffee Break

    AM 10:40 - 10:55 | 1.6 | Ongoing Research on NWP Model Physics Parameterizations at NOAA/ESRL/PSD | Jian-wen Bao(NOAA-ESRL) |

    AM 10:55 - 11:10 | 1.7 | An overview of the KIAPS numerical weather prediction model development | Songyou Hong (KIAPS) |

    AM 11:10 - 11:25 | 1.8 | NWP Development Activities at NCAR | Jimy Dudhia (NCAR) |

    AM 11:25 - 11:40 | 1.9 | Numerical weather prediction at the Shanghai Typhoon Institute | Baode Chen (STI) |

    AM 11:40 - 11:55 | 1.10 | Ongoing research on convection and boundary layer parameterization development at UK Met Office | Lorenzo Tomassini (UK Met Office) |

    AM 11:55 - 01:10 Lunch

    SESSION 2: PRECIPITATION PHYSICS

    Chairs: Georg Grell (NOAA)& Wei-Kuo Tao (NASA)

    PM 01:10 - 01:30 | 2.1 | TBA | Georg Grell (NOAA/ESRL) |

    PM 01:30 - 01:50 | 2.2 | Modified GFS Deep and Shallow Cumulus Convection Schemes with Scale- and Aerosol-aware Parameterizations | Jongil Han (NOAA/NCEP) |

    PM 01:50 - 02:10 | 2.3 | A scale aware convective parameterization scheme across gray-zone resolution | Young Kwon (KIAPS) |

    PM 02:10 - 02:30 | 2.4 | ECMWF physics now and in the context of resolutions, perturbations and efficiency | Peter Bechtold (ECMWF) |

    PM 02:30 - 02:50 | 2.5 | The impact of microphysics, resolution and domain size on tropical convection systems | Wei-Kuo Tao (NASA) |

    PM 02:50 - 03:10 Coffee Break

    PM 03:10 - 03:30 | 2.6 | Large eddy simulation for evaluating scale-aware subgrid cloud parameterizations | Baode Chen (STI) |

    PM 03:30 - 03:50 | 2.7 | Large Eddy Simulations over Germany for advancing the understanding of clouds and precipitation | Daniel Klocke (DWD) |

    PM 03:50 - 04:10 | 2.8 | Development of a physically-based auto-conversion parameterization and its application to cloud modeling | Hyunho Lee(SNU) |

    PM 04:10 - 04:30 | 2.9 | The "Grey Zone" project model intercomparison study: cold air outbreak case | Lorenzo Tomassini (UK Met Office) |

    PM 04:30 - Poster Presentations

    PM 06:00 - Welcome Banquet



    SECOND DAY (26 MAY 2016, THURSDAY)

    SESSION 3: TURBULENCE AND LAND SURFACE MODELING

    Chairs: Jian-wen Bao(NOAA) & Jinkyu Hong(YSU)

    AM 09:00 - 09:20 | 3.1 | Development of a Scale-Adaptive TKE-Based Subgrid Mixing Scheme in the WRF Model | Jian-wen Bao (NOAA-ESRL) |

    AM 09:20 - 09:40 | 3.2 | Recent developments with implementation of the EDMF scheme in WRF | Boris Galperin (USF) |

    AM 09:40 - 10:00 | 3.3 | Sub-kilometer Challenges in Convective Boundary-Layer Modeling | Jimy Dudhia (NCAR) |

    AM 10:00 - 10:20 | 3.4 | GABLS4 an intercomparison for 1D and LES model to study the stable boundary layer | Eric Bazile (Meteo-France) |

    AM 10:20 - 10:40 Coffee Break

    AM 10:40 - 11:00 | 3.5 | Integrated land-surface modeling in the context of Earth System Modeling | Fei Chen (NCAR) |

    AM 11:00 - 11:20 | 3.6 | Incorporation of remoted sensed surface water and roughness into land surface model and its evaluation based on 307m Boseong tall tower measurements in Korea | Jinkyu Hong (Yonsei University) |

    AM 11:20 - 11:40 | 3.7 | Global Land Surface Modeling and Validation/Benchmark Frameworks in the Global Soil Wetness Project Phase 3 (GSWP3) | Hyungjun Kim (University of Tokyo) |

    AM 11:40 - 01:00 Lunch

    SESSION 4: OBSERVATION AND EVALUATION

    Chairs: Yoo-Jeong Noh(CIRA)& Seong Soo Yum(YSU)

    PM 01:00 - 01:20 | 4.1 | LES model simulation of marine stratocumulus development and comparison of the results with aircraft observation | Seong Soo Yum (Yonsei University) |

    PM 01:20 - 01:40 | 4.2 | Microphysical characteristics over Korean peninsula derived from radar and distrometer | Gyuwon Lee (Kyungpook National University) |

    PM 01:40 - 02:00 | 4.3 | Use of satellite and in-situ observations for evaluating and improving the representation of cloud processes in NWP models | Yoo-Jeong Noh (CIRA/Colorado State University) |

    PM 02:00 - 02:20 | 4.4 | Heavy rain characteristics over the Korean peninsula revealed by satellite measurements and modeling study | Byung-Ju Sohn (SNU) |

    PM 02:20 - 02:50 Coffee Break

    PM 02:50 - 03:10 | 4.5 | Evaluations of cloud and precipitation in NICAM using satellite simulators | Woosup Roh (University of Tokyo) |

    PM 03:10 - 03:30 | 4.6 | Physical nature of the Nastrom & Gage atmospheric spectrum, its universality, and applicability as a benchmark in simulations of atmospheric circulation |Boris Galperin (USF) |

    PM 03:30 - 03:50 | 4.7 | Urban boundary-layer height determination from lidar measurements | Sang-Woo Kim (SNU) |

    SESSION 5: PLENARY DISCUSSION

    PM 03:50 - 05:30  Chairs: Jimy Dudhia (NCAR) and Young Kwon (KIAPS)



    THIRD DAY (27 MAY 2016, FRIDAY)

    SESSION 6: FUTURE EFFORTS AND WRAP-UP DISCUSSION

    AM 9:00 - 10:00  Chairs: Young Kwon (KIAPS)

    AM 10:00             Adjourn

    AM 10:00 -           Information Exchange