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10月
1
2018
第6回 SPARC General Assembly @ みやこめっせ
10月 1 – 10月 5 全日

第6回 SPARC General Assembly の京都開催のご案内

WCRP(世界気候研究計画)の4つのコアプロジェクトの1つであるSPARC (Stratosphere-troposphere Processes And their Role in Climate;成層圏・対流圏の諸過程と気候影響研究) の第6回総会 (General Assembly) が今秋に京都にて開催されることになりました。これまでSPARC総会は南半球と北半球で交互に開催されてきましたが、今回は初めての東アジアでの開催ということになります。

アブストラクトの一般受付は2018年1月15日~4月1日です。

多くの方のご参加をお待ちしています。

10月
29
2018
日本気象学会2018年度秋季大会 @ 仙台国際センター
10月 29 – 11月 1 全日
日本気象学会2018年度秋季大会 @ 仙台国際センター | 仙台市 | 宮城県 | 日本

日本気象学会2018年度秋季大会が 2018年10月29~11月1日に仙台国際センターで開催されます。

(※ 現時点での予定です)

日本気象学会秋季大会ページはこちら。

First Distinguished Ogura Lecture in 2018 @ Sendai International Center
10月 29 @ 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

The first Distinguished Ogura Lecture in will be held on the first day of the The MSJ 2018 Autumn Meeting in Sendai International Center.

(Flyer (in Japanese))

Lecturer

Prof. Robert Fovell

Professor Robert Fovell is a professor at the Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, University at Albany, SUNY, and also a professor emeritus at the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UCLA. He received his Ph.D. degree in 1988 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he studied under Prof. Yoshi Ogura. He served on the faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles, between 1991 and 2015, prior to joining the faculty at the University at Albany.

Professor Fovell conducts research in mesoscale and convective scale meteorology, primarily using high-resolution numerical models. He has written many papers on squall lines, tropical cyclones, sea breezes, boundary layer rolls, gravity waves, and climate classification, among other subjects. He has taught a variety of subjects, including mesoscale modeling and dynamics, atmospheric thermodynamics, synoptic meteorology, fluid dynamics, and atmospheric data analysis. His research work has been supported by agencies such as the NSF, NASA, NOAA, and the California Air Resources Board, and also private sector companies.

Professor Fovell has served as chair of the Faculty of the UCLA College of Letters and Science (2007-09), as chair of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Committee on Mesoscale Processes (2009-11), and as co-chair of the AMS Michio Yanai Symposium (2011). In 2005, he received the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award (the Eby Award for the Art of Teaching) and is the 2012 recipient of the AMS Teaching Excellence award. His video course Meteorology: An Introduction to the Wonders of the Weather was published by ‘The Great Courses’ in 2010.

 

日本気象学会第一回小倉特別講義 @ 仙台国際センター 大会議室 橘
10月 29 @ 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

第一回小倉特別講義が日本気象学会2018年秋季大会の初日午前 10 時から行われます。講義は英語で行われます。同日午後に、関連するセッション「メソ気象研究の現状と今後の課題」も開催されますので、併せてご参加ください。

(フライヤー)

講師紹介

Prof. Robert Fovell

Professor Robert Fovell is a professor at the Department of Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences, University at Albany, SUNY, and also a professor emeritus at the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, UCLA. He received his Ph.D. degree in 1988 from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he studied under Prof. Yoshi Ogura. He served on the faculty at the University of California, Los Angeles, between 1991 and 2015, prior to joining the faculty at the University at Albany.

Professor Fovell conducts research in mesoscale and convective scale meteorology, primarily using high-resolution numerical models. He has written many papers on squall lines, tropical cyclones, sea breezes, boundary layer rolls, gravity waves, and climate classification, among other subjects. He has taught a variety of subjects, including mesoscale modeling and dynamics, atmospheric thermodynamics, synoptic meteorology, fluid dynamics, and atmospheric data analysis. His research work has been supported by agencies such as the NSF, NASA, NOAA, and the California Air Resources Board, and also private sector companies.

Professor Fovell has served as chair of the Faculty of the UCLA College of Letters and Science (2007-09), as chair of the American Meteorological Society (AMS) Committee on Mesoscale Processes (2009-11), and as co-chair of the AMS Michio Yanai Symposium (2011). In 2005, he received the UCLA Distinguished Teaching Award (the Eby Award for the Art of Teaching) and is the 2012 recipient of the AMS Teaching Excellence award. His video course Meteorology: An Introduction to the Wonders of the Weather was published by ‘The Great Courses’ in 2010.

 

11月
14
2018
5th International Workshop on Nonhydrostatic Models @ The Japan Meteorological Agency
11月 14 – 11月 16 全日

The 5th International Workshop on Nonhydrostatic Models is relevant to all aspects of nonhydrostatic models ranging from Large Eddy Simulation models to nonhydrostatic global models, including dynamical frames, physics schemes, data assimilation schemes and regional climate models. The following topics are also welcome: predictability and applications to mesoscale phenomena, such as tropical cyclones, heavy precipitations, and shallow clouds. The future of high-performance computing for the meteorological and climate research is one of our great concerns.

5回非静力学モデルに関する国際ワークショップ (NHM2018) @ 気象庁
11月 14 – 11月 16 全日

The 5th International Workshop on Nonhydrostatic Models is relevant to all aspects of nonhydrostatic models ranging from Large Eddy Simulation models to nonhydrostatic global models, including dynamical frames, physics schemes, data assimilation schemes and regional climate models. The following topics are also welcome: predictability and applications to mesoscale phenomena, such as tropical cyclones, heavy precipitations, and shallow clouds. The future of high-performance computing for the meteorological and climate research is one of our great concerns.