OBS: This page will be updated dynamically. So, please, check each Tuesday morning if there are new postings, cancellations or other changes.
Format. Web-based using zoom (until …). The current link is: https://ucph-ku.zoom.us/j/66094844600. I may change this link. However, in any case the updated link will be provided here. EVERYONE ARE WELCOME
Audience. Anyone can listen/see/participate. The level should be between soft and hard science but attendees with a meteorological background including operational forecasters should be able to benefit.
Relevant managers at DMI distribute invitations internally while Eigil invites people at KU. Possibly Peter Langen could invite colleagues from ENVS at AU, and Sven Erik Gryning at DTU.
Suggestions for additional seminars are more than welcome. Just write an e-mail to Eigil (firstname.lastname@example.org) with a suggested subject and title. Please use “ASSS presentation” in the subject of the mail.
The order of presentations outlined below may be changed according to interfering plans for the presenters. Please, write a mail to Eigil (email@example.com) if you are unable to present on the day planned.
Tuesdays without planned presentations (so far). For those of you who have time: we still meet on the link and enjoy lunch together plus chat about relevant subjects.
27/10 2020: Eigil Kaas (NBI). “Ongoing and upcoming developments/products of the IFS forecast system at ECMWF plus other news from the ECMWF”. The presentation is here.
10/11 2020: Kasper Tølløse (NBI/DMI) (45 min - MSc thesis lecture). “Development and implementation of a neural network based PBL turbulence parameterization scheme”. The presentation is here.
24/11 2020: Peter Ukkonen (NBI/DMI). “Using machine learning for parameterization of gas-optics in next generation radiation schemes” The presentation is here.
8/12 2020: Simon Jacobsen (NBI) (45 min - MSc thesis lecture). “A study of the impact of very large wind farms on regional weather using the WRF model in high resolution.” . Recording of the presentation. Copy of the chat during the presentation. The presentation is here
15/12 2020: Bent Hansen Sass (DMI). “Forecasting spatial structure of local precipitation extremes in the HARMONIE forecasting system”. The presentation is here. Recording of the presention.
22/12 2020: CANCELLED – See e-mail. Eigil Kaas (NBI) and Aksel Walløe Hansen (NBI). “How has the quality of ECMWF products/forecasts improved over time as compared to, e.g., JMA = Japan Meteorological Agency, CMC = Canadian Meteorological Centre, UKMO = the UK Met Office, KMA = Korea Meteorological Administration, NCEP = U.S. National Centers for Environmental Prediction, DWD = Deutsche Wetterdienst?” (C)
5/1 2021: CANCELLED – See e-mail. Aksel Walløe Hansen (NBI). “Limits for usage of sustainable energy” (C).
12/1 2021: Michael Skelbæk Kamp (DMI). “Fremtiden for dmi.dk”. Recording of the presentation.
19/1 2021: Xiaohua Yang (DMI). “The Harmonie data assimilation system”. The presentation is here.
9/2 2021: OBS OBS: moved to next week due to another meeting.
16/2 2021: Kristian Pagh Nielsen (DMI). “Calculation of radiation in HARMONIE and IFS”. Recording of the presentation. Copy of the chat during the presentation.
23/2 2021: Ulas Im ENVS/AU). “Future Arctic aerosol burdens and impacts on radiative forcing and climate change as simulated by an ensemble of the GISS-E2.1 earth system model” (C)
2/3 2021: Emy Alerskans (FieldSense/NBI/DMI): “Local forecasts based on post-processing of NWP data (“super Byvejr”)” (C).
9/3 2021: Kasper Tølløse (NBI/DMI). “Prediction of atmospheric dispersion on all scales for emergency preparedness.” (C)
16/3 2021: Jens Hesselbjerg Christensen (NBI). “AR6: the Long and Winding Road.” (C)
30/3 2021: Peter Langen (ENVS/AU). “AVAITING TITLE” (C)
6/4 2021: Alexander Baklanov, WMO: “Urban Integrated Systems for climate smart and sustainable cities, or on Seamless Coupled Chemistry-Meteorology Modelling (CCMM) for Earth System Prediction.” (almost C)
13/4 2021: Shuting Yang (DMI). “EC-Earth. Status, developments and results.” (C)
27/4 2021: Henrik Vedel (DMI). “Forecasts of sustainable energy production” (discussed, but still to be confirmed)
11/5 2021: Wiebke Kolbe (DMI/NBI) (45 min – MSc thesis lecture). “Testing the usage of neural networks in the shortwave radiation parameterization of the WRF model.” (C)
25/5 2021: Henrik Feddersen (DMI). “The ensemble forecasting system at DMI” (C)
… to be continued.