ECMWF at the AMS Annual Meeting 2022

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ECMWF at AMS Annual Meeting 2022

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The 102nd Annual Meeting of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) takes place virtually from 22 to 27 January 2022 under the theme 'Environmental Security: weather, water and climate for a more secure world'.

ECMWF staff are contributing with the presentations listed below. Full details are available in the Annual Meeting programme.

Date  Time (UTC)ECMWF staffPresentation title
Monday, 24 January14:30-14:45Peter DuebenAn update on machine learning efforts at the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts
 14:45-15:00Sean HealyECMWF developments 2021–22
 20:00-20:15Adrian SimmonsInvited presentation: The origin and development of atmospheric reanalysis - the role of Kevin Trenberth, and more
 20:45-21:00Director-General Florence RabierBill Lapenta's International Engagement
 21:45-23:00Peter Bauer Panel Discussion 3: Challenges facing high-performance computing centers supporting weather, water, and climate
Tuesday, 25 January14:30-14:45Sean HealyCombined forecast impact of Cosmic-2 and Spire GNSS radio occultation measurements
 14:30-16:00Baudouin RaoultSession Chair: International hazards: What is the risk?
 16:45-17:00Peter BauerDestination Earth and Digital Twins - A European opportunity for HPC
 17:30-17:45Chloe BrimicombeHeat health hazard forecasting
 20:30-20:45Tiago QuintinoOn the convergence of HPC, Cloud and data analytics for exascale weather forecasting - ECMWF's data centric approach
 21:45-22:00Bruce InglebyRadiosonde errors/uncertainties estimated using the ECMWF data assimilation system
 22:15-22:30Baudouin RaoultCliMetLab: A Python package to support the development of machine learning applications based on climate and weather data
Wednesday, 26 January15:15-15:30Sebastien Villaume

GRIB mapping and indexing at ECMWF

 15:30-15:45Nikolaos MastrantonasSubseasonal predictions during the 2017 Oroville Dam Crisis: role of atmospheric rivers and antecedent synoptic conditions
Thursday, 27 January15:15-15:30Antonino BonanniMachine learning tropical cyclone detection – Toward a pre-operational service
 17:30-17:45Nikolaos MastrantonasUsing large-scale patterns to predict extreme precipitation over the Mediterranean in medium/extended range forecasts
 21:45-22:00Mark RodwellPapilio Cyclogenesis: Uncertainty growth and forecast reliability during extratropical cyclogenesis

Poster presentations as part of the 21st Annual Student Conference

DateTime (UTC)ECMWF staffPoster presentation
Monday, 24 January00:00-02:00Nikolaos MastrantonasUsing large-scale patterns to predict extreme precipitation over the Mediterranean in medium-/extended-range forecasts
 00:00-02:00Nikolaos MastrantonasSubseasonal predictions during the 2017 Oroville Dam Crisis: role of atmospheric rivers and antecedent synoptic conditions