24 - 26 September 2014
The nonhydrostatic models and their application in the numerical weather prediction and climate study have been advanced rapidly during the last decades. Recently, higher resolution simulation than the so-called cloud resolving simulation also comes into practical research scope by Large Eddy Simulation. In this joint workshop, we provide a forum to exchange information each other and discuss them in detail.
This workshop is relevant to all aspects of nonhydrostatic models ranging from Large Eddy Simulation models to nonhydrostatic global models, including dynamical frames, physics schemes, and data assimilation schemes. The following topics are also welcome: predictability and applications to mesoscale phenomena, such as tropical cyclones, heavy precipitations, and shallow clouds. Future high-performance computing for the meteorological and climate research is one of great concerns in this workshop.
Meteorological Society of Japan
RIKEN / Advanced Institute of Computational Science
Max Planck Institute
Japan Meteorological Agency
JAMSTEC (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)
SPIRE (Strategic Programs for Innovative Research)
Field 3 Projection of Planet Earth Variations for Mitigating Natural Disasters
Local Organizing Committee:
Hirofumi Tomita (Chair), Yoshiaki Miyamoto, and Yoshiyuki Kajikawa.