2022 SPARC Gravity Wave Symposium
March 28 - April 1 2022 Frankfurt am Main
A great meeting, thank you very much for your attendance to all online and real participants!
This SPARC symposium is a continuation of a series of successful similar GW meetings lead-organized by Kevin Hamilton, Joan Alexander, Kaoru Sato, Fuqing Zhang and others over the past couple of decades. The tentative title of this year’s symposium will be “Atmospheric gravity waves: towards a next-generation representation in weather and climate models”. Research on all aspects of atmospheric gravity waves, including newly emerging topics, will be welcomed but some particular emphases will be given to measurements, simulations, and numerical and theoretical developments, especially those confronting, challenging, and advancing the present-day treatment of gravity waves in atmospheric models.
Invited speakers will be (in alphabetic order) M. Bramberger (CoRA, USA), S. Gisinger (DLR, Germany), N. Hindley (Univ Bath, UK), H. Kafiabad (Univ. Edinburgh, UK), M.-J. Kang (Yonsei Univ., Korea), Y.-H. Kim (Goethe Univ. Germany), M. Kohma (Univ. Tokyo, Japan), I. Krisch (DLR, Germany), C. Kruse (CoRA, USA), H. Liu (NCAR, USA), I. Polichtchouk (ECMWF, UK), C. Rodda (Univ. Grenoble, France), P. Sacha (Univ. Prague, Czech. Republic), A. Sheshadri (Stanford, USA), C. Stephan (MPI Meteorology, Germany), B. Thurairajah (Virginia Tech, USA), S. Vadas (CoRA, USA), and S. Watanabe (JAMSTEC, Japan).
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