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1 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) 5.2 Workshop modeling in complex terrain

2 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) Background Possible new activity of WG MWFR (5th meeting): Complex terrain aspects position paper (check: minutes) for next meeting Workshop HiRCot2012 activity by BOKU / U Alaska Liaison HiRCot - MWFR MWFR supports workshop Mathias as co-organizer (liaison MWFR) WMO supports up to 4 participants preferably from developing countries Issues formal support by WG position of WG who selects supported participants are Jimy / Mathias supported by WMO as well?

3 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) 2 Workshop on High-Resolution Meteorological Modeling in Complex Terrain (HirCoT-2012) February 2012 - Vienna

4 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) Workshop details 3 small, focused real workshop format (discussions > presentations) workshop wiki to prepare themes Organized by U Boku Vienna (Seibert, Arnold) & U Alaska (Don Morton) MWR is co-organizer & liaison to MWFR 3 days Feb 2012 WMO (WWRP) sponsors up to 4 participants

5 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) Open questions (MWFR) 4 whom to sponsor? (WMO can cover up to four participants, preferably scientists from developing countries and with references having in complex-terrain meteorology – mail Slobodan ). Jimy/Mathias supported by WMO? presently basically European / US other countries represented in MWFR send a representative?

6 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) need funding 5 Don MortonDon.Morton@alaska.eduNSFUS Jimy Dudiadudhia@ucar.eduNSFUS Craig Epifaniocepi@tamu.eduNSFUS Joe OlsonJoseph.B.Olson@noaa.govNSFUS Ram P. Regmiregmi_rp@hotmail.comKathmandu Arnico Pandayarnico@virginia.eduUS/? Sandrine Anquetinsandrine.anquetin@ujf-grenoble.frFRANCE Jason MilbrandtJason.Milbrandt@ec.gc.caCANADA Stephan de Wekkerdewekker@virginia.eduUS Michael Chapmanmchapman@ucar.edufunds for one of themUS Sheldon Drobotdrobot@ucar.edu US Michael Dudaduda@ucar.eduUS Janice Coenjanicec@ucar.eduUS Manuela Lehnermanuela.lehner@utah.edupartialUS Peter Webleypwebley@gi.alaska.eduUS Laura Traperoltrapero.cenma@iea.adANDORRA Meritxel Pagèsmpages@meteo.catSPAIN Maja Telismantelisman@irb.hrCROATIA Emily NiebuhrEmily.Niebuhr@noaa.govUS Kayla Harrisonkcharrison@alaska.eduUS

7 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) Open questions (MWFR) 6 whom to sponsor? (WMO can cover up to four participants, preferably scientists from developing countries and with references having in complex-terrain meteorology – mail Slobodan ). Jimy/Mathias supported by WMO? presently basically European / US other countries represented in MWFR send a representative? Document sent out to WG want to transport content to community feedback from WG? overall goal (RDP)?

8 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) Aims 1.Identifying and addressing problems in high resolution numerical modeling in areas with complex topography. 2.Setting up a platform and framework to strengthen international and national collaboration in the form of joint projects and a common interface where information and follow-up of the workshop can be done. 3.Setting up basic information and the proper environment for knowledge transfer to students and also newcomers to the field.

9 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) 1.Identifying and addressing problems in high resolution numerical modelling in areas with complex topography. problematic topics identified by researchers and model users when pushing the models to high resolution in complex terrain: –Initialisation and input data. –Physical parameterizations. –Computational issues. –Numerical issues.

10 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) Stepwise approach of addressing these thematic topics, analysis of their influence on the modeling (coupling models, changing the models used or upgrading or further developing them): –Shaping the agenda for the discussions among the workshop participants on a wiki platform. The main topics will be identified and gathered into the aforementioned thematic areas or new topics will be created if needed –Discussion on how to address these issues in plenary groups and sub-groups per topic. –A set of conclusions and possible ways and future collaborations to address these issues

11 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) 2. Setting up a platform and framework to strengthen international and national collaborations in the form of joint projects and a common interface where information and follow-up of the workshop can be done. This should be done by: Defining working groups for future activities Drafting projects and possibilities for future joint collaborations, including the proposal for a joint project to NSF as required in the submitted NSF proposal. Setting up the way to continue pursuing these research activities, which should include the addition of updates, links and members into the wiki page created especially for this workshop

12 Titel | Untertitel Name(vorname.name [at] uibk.ac.at) 3. Setting up basic information and the proper environment for knowledge transfer to students and also newcomers to the field Last but not least, this workshop will consider the needs of future researchers in the field. This will be performed by the active collaboration of selected students in the workshop as well as dissemination activities (performed both by the students and the researchers) of their own hosting Institutions/Universities to spread information to the young potential scientists.


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