12/06/202116/06/2021
Toulouse, France

Improvement and calibration of clouds in models

The goal of this workshop is to discuss and share the latest improvements of atmospheric parameterizations for the representation of clouds with a focus on turbulence, convection, cloud, microphysics and radiation. This concerns any type of models: regional or global models with numerical weather prediction or climate applications.

The workshop is organized in the framework of the High-Tune project (http://www.umr-cnrm.fr/high-tune/) and follows, in the spirit, the 2017 Delft meeting on the future of cumulus convection and the 2019 Paracon conference. It will be organized around with only one plenary session with a mixture of invited and contributed presentations and poster sessions.

The registration fee will be on the order of 300 Euros, which will include morning and afternoon coffee/tea breaks as well as daily lunches. It will also include the Icebreaker reception on Tuesday night and the conference dinner on Wednesday night.

The abstracts submitted for this year will be kept and people will have the opportunity to modify them. The website for registration and submission of abstract will be kept open until next year.

Abstract submission deadline: 31 January 2021

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