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The 5th Research Meeting of Ultrahigh Precision Meso-scale Weather Prediction

The 5th conference of "Ultra-high Precision Meso-Scale Weather Prediction" organized by SPIRE Field3 "Advanced Prediction Researches for Natural Disaster Prevention and Reduction" was held on March 9, 2015.


    Day: March 9, 2015(Mon)
    Time: 09:00-17:30
    Venue: Nagoya University, Higashiyama Campus, E&S Hall (E&S Building)
                  Furo-cho, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya, 464-8601, Japan
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    Registration fee: No fee
    Those who are interested in participation are required to send an e-mail to the
       following address by March 2.
       Participants in the banquet also need to be registered in advance.
       TEL: +81-29-853-8630 / FAX: +81-29-853-8649


These literatures are achievements of SPIRE Field3 "Advanced Prediction Researches for Natural Disaster Prevention and Reduction".
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  Opening Address Masashi Nagata

09:00-09:20 Introduction - HPCI strategic program Field-3 Tatsushi Tokioka

  Introduction - Ultrahigh precision meso-scale weather prediction Kazuo Saito

09:20-10:40 Development of cloud-resolving data assimilation system Chair: Tadashi Tsuyuki

Challenges in cloud-resolving data assimilationTadashi Tsuyuki (MRI)

Neighboring ensemble variational assimilation schemeKazumasa Aonashi (MRI)

Predictability of tornadoes in the Kanto region on 6 May 2012 based on assimilation of dense observations using the nested-LETKF systemSho Yokota

Data assimilation of ice-water mixing ratios estimated from XRAINKosei Yamaguchi

A meso hybrid data assimilation systemKousuke Ito
(Univ. of the Ryukyus, MRI)

A hybirid-4DVAR system for the JMA nonhydrostatic modelLe Duc

Coffee Break

11:00-12:40 Development of a regional cloud-resolving ensemble analysis and forecast systems Chair:Hiromu Seko,

Further development of a regional cloud-resolving ensemble analysis and forecast systemsHiromu Seko

Multiple eyewalls and wind features in the 2012 Typhoon BOLAVENSeiji Origuchi

Implementation of a high-resolution atmosphere-ocean coupled model with an ensemble Kalman filterMasaru Kunii

Urban weather forecast at super high resolutions using a full scale nested local predictionGuixing Chen
(Tohoku. Univ.)

Super high resolution experiment of heavy rain in large area using the K computerTsutao Oizumi

Development of Hydro-Debris 2DH / 3D for HPCI and it Izu-Oshima and Hiroshima disaster.Yousuke Yamashiki

Ensemble flood predictionKen-ichiro Kobayashi
(Kobe Univ.)

Application of Flood Early Warning using High-Resolution Ensemble Rainfall from NWP modelYu Wansik

Group Photo and Lunch

13:50-14:30 Keynote Speech: Convective-scale Warn-on-Forecast: The Future of Severe Weather Warnings in the USA David J. Stensrud
Pennsylvania State Univ

14:30-17:20 Development and basic research for the ultrahigh precision regional models Chair: Fujio Kimura

Future development for the ultrahigh precision regional modelsFujio. Kimura

Super high-resolution simulation of the Tsukuba Supercell Tornado (2012): Structure and dynamicsWataru Mashiko

Explicit prediction experiment of tornadoes associated with a typhoon using a cloud-resolving modelKazuhisa Tsuboki
(Nagoya Univ.)

ynamic energy efficiency of tropical cyclones with long-lived concentric eyewall in numerical simulationSatoki Tsujino
(Nagoya Univ.)

Coffee Break

Large eddy simulation on whole tropical cyclone using K-computerJunshi Ito

Cumulus convection scheme for gray zoneMasato Sugi

The effects of moisture conditions on the organization and intensity of mesoscale convective systems in near moist-neutral stabilityTetsuya Takemi

Resolution dependency of mountainous snow cover simulated by Non-hydrostatic Regional Climate Model (NHRCM)Hiroaki Kawase

The effects of the topography on the reproducibility of the Non-Hydrostatic Regional Climate ModelShinya Nosaka

Cloud simulation with multi-dimensional bin-microphysics modelAkihiro Hashimoto

A comparative experiment of warm rain bin schemes using kinetic driverKozo Nakamura

17:20-17:40 General discussion  

  Conference hall

Masashi Nagata
Masashi Nagata (MRI)

Tatsushi Tokioka
Tatsushi Tokioka (JAMSTEC)

Kazuo Saito
Kazuo Saito(MRI, JAMSTEC)

Tadashi Tsuyuki
Tadashi Tsuyuki (MRI)

Hiromu SekoHiromu Seko (MRI, JAMSTEC)

David J. Stensrud (Pennsylvania State Univ)
David J. Stensrud
(Pennsylvania State Univ)

Fujio. Kimura (JAMSTEC)
Fujio. Kimura (JAMSTEC)

question and answer session
Hiromu Seko
(question and answer session)

David J. Stensrud(question and answer session)David J. Stensrud
(question and answer session)

Social gathering
Social gathering

  Group Photo
Group Photo