For current and potential users of the 'modRSW' model for data assimilation research

About

This workshop will focus on idealised models of (convective-scale) Numerical Weather Prediction and their use in data assimilation research. It is directed primarily at current and potential users of the 'modRSW' model developed by the organisers at the School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, and will comprise (i) research talks from participants and (ii) tutorials and working/discussion sessions.

Bringing together researchers who have shown interest in the modRSW model, we hope to offer an informal environment in which participants are given ample opportunity to discuss aspects of their research, how the model may be of use to them, and potential ideas for the future use of the model (and idealised models in general).

Details

To be held on 16th and 17th May 2019. Full details TBC in due course.

Location

School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, UK.

Funding

We are grateful to the School of Maths and the London Mathematical Society for providing funds for this workshop. We can assist with costs (travel, two nights' accommodation (15th and 16th), workshop dinner) for all participants.

Organisers:

Tom Kent and Luca Cantarello

Location:

School of Mathematics, University of Leeds, UK.

Contact:

t.kent [at] leeds.ac.uk

mmlca [at] leeds.ac.uk