Meteorology Calendar Autumn 2021
The Meteorology Group Lunch Meeting takes usually place on Thursday, starting 12:05. Due to the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic the default venue for meetings will be online in Zoom (contact below organizers for details).
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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|19.08.21||Everyone||20 min||Semester Kick-off||Zoom (online)|
|26.08.21||Shokoufeh Malekmohammadi||20 min||Effect of NWP models’ spatial resolution on the wind energy resource assessment in Switzerland||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|02.09.21||TBA||20 min||TBA||Zoom (online)|
|09.09.21||TBA||20 min||TBA||Zoom (online)|
|16.09.21||Daniele Zannoni||20 min||LEMON Ground Validation Campaign||Zoom (online)|
|23.09.21||TBA||20 min||TBA||Zoom (online)|
|30.09.21||20 min||Zoom (online)|
|07.10.21||Laura Dietrich||20 min||Surface-atmosphere water vapor exchange on the Greenland Ice Sheet||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|14.10.21||TBA||20 min||TBA||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|21.10.21||TBA||20 min||TBA||Zoom (online)|
|28.10.21||Paula Damke||20 min||A stable water isotope survey across Southern Norway||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|11.11.21||Andrew Seidl||30 min||SSC 2021 and Isotope Workshop Presentations||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|18.11.21||Clemens Spensberger||20 min||A clear separation of eddy-driven and subtropical jets in reanalyses||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|GFI Instituttseminar||no seminar|
|02.12.21||Alena Dekhtyareva||20 min||Cloud microphysical processes and stable water isotopes during ISLAS 2020 campaign in Svalbard||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|09.12.21||Thomas Spengler||20 min||Bias Attribution Linking Moist Dynamics of Cyclones and Storm Tracks (NFR project description)||Hybrid/Zoom (online)|
|16.12.21||Richard Davy||20 min||The driving mechanisms and surface coupling during an extreme sea ice breakup event||Zoom (online)|