Presentation on theme: "Introduction Slides for GIFS-TIGGE-11 meeting Richard Swinbank Masayuki Kyouda GIFS-TIGGE WG, Exeter, June 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Introduction Slides for GIFS-TIGGE-11 meeting Richard Swinbank Masayuki Kyouda GIFS-TIGGE WG, Exeter, June 2013
Practical arrangements Conference Room Wi-fi SSID: Conference-Wifi Password: 5t0rmfr0nt Presentations If not emailed to me already.. Load on non-networked laptop Will be made available after the meeting
Practical arrangements Food and Drink Mid-morning and mid-afternoon refreshments here Lunch in staff restaurant (at own expense) – tables have been reserved Dinner this evening Angelas restaurant, Fore Street Meet there at 7.00 pm Food will be paid for by Met Office, but we will need to pay for our own drinks Sign up and make your menu choices this morning
Practical arrangements In emergencies Evacuate via staircase at end of build (turn left out of conference room) NB. There will be a test alarm on Wednesday afternoon Toilets Turn right out of conference rooms and keep going right until you get there. More toilets available on ground floor around the Street.
AGENDA 1.Organisation of the meeting 2.Report and actions from previous meetings 3.TIGGE archive Brief News items, post-THORPEX plans, TIGGE-LAM 4.Links with other THORPEX & WWRP groups 5.EPS research & development Extra contributions welcome! 6.Applications of TIGGE data SWFDP, GEOWOW, TCs, review paper 7.Membership 8.Any Other Business 9.Review meeting outcomes Report for ICSC-11, actions, next meeting
Aims of the meeting Review and consolidate current work Collaboration with SWFDP – our focus needs to be on development, demonstration and evaluation of products based on TIGGE data. TIGGE-LAM & other GEOWOW developments Look forward to the future after 2014. The database, established, extending in time –a real success. Plan for future continuation & evolution after the completion of THORPEX. How best TIGGE & TIGGE-LAM can support the new projects (polar prediction, sub-seasonal to seasonal prediction, high-impact weather). Proposed expert team on Predictability, Dynamics & Ensemble Forecasting. Plans for archive management & product development.