Meteorology Calendar Spring 2017
The Meteorology Group Lunch Meeting takes usually place on Thursday, starting 12:05 in the Helland Hansen meeting room on the third floor of the GFI main building.
At the start of each meeting we will have an information exchange of 5-10 minutes to have updates on subjects such as recent and upcoming conferences or past weather events.
For presentations please keep contributions between 15 and max. 25 minutes to leave enough time for discussion of the material. We will have maximum one long presentation per meeting and can accommodate an additional couple of shorter ones, which can be project presentations or other group related issues.
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|12.01.17||Tim Woollings (University of Oxford)||30 min.||Jet sensitivity analysis using an idealised dynamical core model|
|19.01.17||Clemens Spensberger||~30min||Frontal Dynamics during the Landfall of the Nyttårsorkanen 1992|
|02.02.17||João Hackerott||Turbulent fluxes observed during the experiment: Air-Sea Interaction at the Brazil-Malvinas Confluence 2014.|
|09.02.17||Shun-ichi Watanabe (AORI, University of Tokyo)||25 min||Idealized numerical experiment for the shear line and the mesocyclone|
|16.02.17||Satoru Okajima (RCAST, University of Tokyo)||30min||Assessing the importance of SST anomalies over the midlatitude North Pacific in forcing large-scale atmospheric anomalies|
|02.03.17||Ryusuke Masunaga (RCAST, University of Tokyo)||25min||Mesoscale Imprints of the Kuroshio Extension and Oyashio Fronts on the
Wintertime Atmospheric Boundary Layer
|16.03.17||Yuki Kanno (Tohoku University)||30 min.||Isentropic analysis of cold air outbreaks in East Asia and North America|
|23.03.17||NO SEMINAR||CHESS All Staff Meeting|
|30.03.17||C.Grams (ETH Zurich)||30min||Weather discussion: last week's highlights and an outlook with focus on the Atlantic-European large-scale situation|
|06.04.17||Andrew Seidl||25 min||TBA|
|20.04.17||Alastair D. Jenkins||Around the Atlantic in 20 minutes|
|04.05.17||Andrew Seidl||25 min||Modular weather station testing: Improving weather information in East Africa|