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Seminars/Lectures by ECMWF Staff and Invited Lecturers



 

 

The following is a listing of lectures by organized throughout the year on topics of interest to the ECMWF scientific community. Seminars marked internal are not open to visitors.

Seminars in 2014:

Date
Time / place
Details
16 April 1030 - Lecture Theatre

Mark Buehner (Environment Canada, Data Assimilation and Satellite Meteorology Research Section)

Implementation of 4D-EnVar and other improvements in Environment Canada's Global Deterministic Prediction System (GDPS)

Abstract

2 May 1400 - Lecture Theatre

Richard E. Carbone (Chief Scientist for Strategic Development and Research Earth Observing Laboratory, NCAR, Boulder, CO)

Revisiting the role of Sea Surface Temperature Structure in Tropical Oceanic Rainfall

Abstract

30 July 1030 - Lecture Theatre

Alan Betts (Atmospheric Research, Vermont)

Coupling of diurnal and seasonal climate to clouds, precipitation, land-use and snow cover on the Canadian Prairies

Abstract

Past seminars

19 March 1030 - Lecture Theatre

Takuya Komori (ECMWF)

Production of ERA-20CL: An ensemble of 20th-century global land-surface reanalyses with 25km resolution

Abstract

24 February 1600 - Mezzanine Committee Room

Mio Matsueda (Uni Oxford)

Predictability of wintertime Euro-Atlantic weather regimes in medium-range forecasts 

Abstract

20 February 1030 - Lecture Theatre

Gurvan Madec (Locean-IPSL, Paris and NOC, Southampton)

Tropical Cyclones' Influence on the Ocean: From Event Scale Processes to Climate Scale Consequences

Abstract 

27 January 1030 - Lecture Theatre

Hannah Arnold (Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics, University of Oxford)

Representing Model Uncertainty in the ECMWF Convection Scheme

Abstract

23 January 1100 - Meeting Room 1

Apostolos Voulgarakis (Imperial College)

Using satellite observations and models to understand processes in the composition-climate system: Some examples

Abstract

15 January 1530 - Lecture Theatre

Sonja Gisinger (Univ Innsbruck)

Large eddy simulation of urban flows in an idealized fractal model city

Abstract

 



 

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