19 – 21 September 2018: Workshop on Ice crystal concentration: measurements, retrievals, sensitivities
Venue: University of Leipzig, Bibliotheca Albertina, Beethovenstr. 6, Leipzig
Date: 19 – 21 September 2018
Registration: until 6 July by email to johannes.quaas@- indicating a title in case you want to contribute a talk to the science discussion (15 slots, first come - first serve) uni-leipzig.de
Topic: Ice crystal number concentration, Ni, is a quantity that is of large interest for cloud radiative properties, a key variable to evaluate in atmospheric models, and central when studying sensitivities of ice clouds to perturbations.
We would like to invite to a two-day workshop on Ni (Wed 19 noon - Fri 21 September noon) in Leipzig:
- one day with invited lectures targeted at young scientists (PhD candidates +), and
- one day with scientific presentations and discussion on the topic.
Please click here for a preliminary agenda.
The workshop is supported by SPP 1294 "HALO" (www.halo-spp.de).
September 2018: Time for HD(CP)² S Module Meetings
In September 2018, the final stage of HD(CP)² begins - thus time again for all modules to meet:
- S1: 17/18 Sep in Leipzig
- S2: 18/19 Sep in Cologne
- S3: 26/27 Sep in Leipzig
- S4: 19/20 Sep in Karlsruhe
- O: 24/25 Sep in Leipzig
8 - 12 October 2018: The future of weather prediction: developments and challenges across scales (Symposium)
Venue: Harnack-Haus in Berlin. The meeting is hosted by the Hans-Ertel Centre for Weather Research.
Date: 8 - 12 October 2018
Abstract submission: July 23. Note that space is limited and, if necessary, a selection will be made based on abstracts.
Registration deadline: 31 August 2018
Topic: The goal of the symposium is to discuss cutting edge development related to weather forecasts, from basic research on atmospheric processes, new modeling and new observational strategies, to communication to society. The scientific program is made of five sessions related to: high performance computing, observations for convective-scale models, subgrid-scale processes, data assimilation and ensembles, as well as impact modeling and communication of risk and uncertainty.
More details on the sessions and on the symposium can be found online at:
Scientific organizing committee: Martin Göber, Cathy Hohenegger, Tijana Janjic-Pfander, Jan Keller, Daniel Klocke, Henning Rust, Juerg Schmidli, Annika Schomburg, Sabrina Wahl, Martin Weissmann