Following the November 2015 Cloud Working Week hosted by SMHI in Norköping for the ALADIN-HIRLAM consortium, a Cloud Working Week was organized by Meteo-France in January 2017 in Toulouse. It took place at the Météopole Centre International de Conférences from Monday 16th January to Wednesday 18th January
Find below the program and the presentations :
Monday 16 January :
9:40-10:00 : Eric Bazile, Yann Seity, Lisa Bengtsson & Wim de Rooy : What can we expect from MUSC after the winter working days ?
10:00-10:30 Bent Hansen Sass : Forecasting fog and visibility: Some verifications and ideas for future strategy
10:30-10:50 Yves Bouteloup : Impact of vertical resolution on fog growth processes in AROME
10:50-11:10 Daniel Martin : Model-Ceilometer network: Comparison of cloud base height and visibility
11:40-12:10 Christine Lac : Large eddy simulation of a radiation fog : impact of heterogeneities and droplet deposition
14:00-14:30 Karl-Ivar Ivarsson : Recent developments of the ICE3-scheme within the MetCoOp Domain
14:30-15:00 Sébastien Riette : Time step dependency and other work on ICE3/ICE4 microphysics scheme
15:30-15:50 Benoit Vié : Implementation of LIMA scheme in AROME
15:50-16:20 Viktoria Homonnaï : Initialization of aerosols in LIMA scheme for AROME
16:20-16:50 Björg Jenny Hengdahl : Implementing the Thompson microphysics scheme in AROME - Status and Results
Tuesday 17 January :
Shallow convection / Clouds evaluation / Turbulence :
9:30-10:00 Lisa Bengtsson : Work on shallow convection in cold conditions, and stochastic cellular automata in EDMFm
10:00-10:30 Wim De Rooy :Evaluation of HAROMIE cloud cover using MSG cloud mask
11:00-11:20 Didier Ricard : Representation of turbulence in simulations of deep convective clouds
11:20-11:40 Luc Gérard : Can we unify clouds representation throughout Alaro physics ?
11:40-12:00 Jean-Marcel Piriou : The PCMT convection scheme for use in NWP and Climate
14:00-14:20 : Fleur Couvreux : High-TUNE project
14:20-14:50 : Eric Bazile, Yann Seity : 1D and 3 D cloud evaluation at Météo-France.
Final report of discussions will be available soon.
Contacts: Eric Bazile, Yann Seity , Lisa Bengtsson and Wim de Rooij