ECMWF at the 2019 AMS Annual Meeting

ECMWF at AMS 2019 graphic

2 January 2019

ECMWF will be at the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting in Phoenix, Arizona from 6 to 10 January 2019.

Our staff are presenting the talks and posters listed below and will also be available to talk to you at Booth 338 (PDF icon ECMWF booth rota). You can find more information in the conference programme.

Monday, 7 January 2019

Time Title ECMWF staff
09:30

New directions in 4D-Var: the ECMWF perspective

Massimo Bonavita
09:45

Coupled ocean-atmosphere assimilation for NWP at ECMWF

Philip Browne
10:30

ECMWF-IFS and fvGFS forecast skill with the same initial conditions

Linus Magnusson
10:30

The gauging and modelling of rivers in the sky

David Lavers
14:30

Extreme-scale computing strategy at ECMWF

Peter Bauer
15:00

Flexible Earth system modelling on multiple grids

Pedro Maciel

15:15

A flexible interpolation package to support existing and future ECMWF model developments

Pedro Maciel
15:30

The multi-faceted ECMWF approach to forecasting hazardous weather

Tim Hewson

16:00

Multi-system seasonal forecast capability from the Copernicus Climate Change Service

Dick Dee
16:00

The cloud-based future of ECMWF Data Services

Meghan Plumridge

Tuesday, 8 January 2019

Time  Title ECMWF staff
08:30  

Development of a high-performance distributed object-store for exascale numerical weather prediction and climate model data

Tiago Quintino
09:00

Extending ECMWF's forecast postprocessing options by offering a new Python framework

Baudouin Raoult
09:15

ECMWF EDA-SEKF soil moisture analysis for numerical weather prediction

Philip Browne
09:45

Towards near real-time surface flux update for atmospheric composition at ECMWF

Jerome Barre
10:45

The ECMWF approach to cloud computing

Baudouin Raoult
12:15 Building resiliency to extreme weather events through international partnerships with the application of advanced satellite technology Florence Rabier, Director-General
13:30

The role of the Copernicus Climate Change Service in supporting adaptation to climate variability and change

Dick Dee
15:00  

Panelist: Catalyzing innovation in weather science internationally

Peter Bauer
15:15

ECMWF activities for improved hurricane forecasts

Linus Magnusson
16:00

ECMWF activities connected to Polar Prediction Project

Linus Magnusson

Wednesday, 9 January 2019

Time Title ECMWF staff
08:30 ECMWF's vision and activities in Earth system assimilation and modelling Florence Rabier, Director-General
08:30

Testing the potential of machine learning for weather prediction

Peter Bauer
11:30

The impact of GPS radio occultation measurements in numerical weather prediction

Sean Healy
13:30

Chair, GNSS remote sensing with radio occultation technique

Sean Healy
14:00

Review of recent progress in tropical cyclone track forecasting

Tim Hewson
15:30

ecPoint - a new post-processing technique with multiple applications

Tim Hewson

 Thursday, 10 January 2019

Time Title ECMWF staff
08:45

The Copernicus Climate Data Store: ECMWF's approach to providing online access to climate data and tools

Cedric Bergeron
09:00

Transforming climate data into climate information products for communication - the Copernicus Climate Change Service experience

Dick Dee
11:45

Calibration of ECMWF precipitation forecasts in a dual-resolution ensemble

David Lavers
15:45

New developments in forecast verification at ECMWF

Linus Magnusson
16:30

ERA5: state-of-the-art global atmospheric reanalysis at ECMWF

Dick Dee