UCP2019 - Understanding Clouds and Precipitation

from Monday, 25 February 2019 (00:30) to Friday, 1 March 2019 (16:00)
Harnack-Haus, Berlin

        : Sessions
    /     : Talks
        : Breaks
25 Feb 2019
26 Feb 2019
27 Feb 2019
28 Feb 2019
1 Mar 2019
Participant Registration (until 09:00) ()
09:00 Welcome by UCP2019 conference committee   ()
09:10 Welcome note by Dr. Karsten Hess (Federal Ministry of Education and Research)   ()
Morning session: Topic II - Claudia Acquistapace (University of Cologne) (until 11:00) ()
09:30 Insights into marine boundary-layer clouds and aerosols from recent NE Pacific and Southern Ocean field campaigns - Chris Bretherton (University of Washington)   ()
09:55 Response of shallow convection to aerosol perturbations in the Sulu Sea: The role of shear - Graham Feingold (NOAA)   ()
10:10 Shallow Convection and Precipitation over the Southern Ocean: Case Studies during the CAPRICORN Field Campaign - Yi Huang (Monash University)   ()
10:25 Estimating the shallow convective mass flux from the sub-cloud layer mass budget - Raphaela Vogel (LMD/IPSL/CNRS)   ()
10:40 Disappearing Drizzle - evaporation under marine boundary layer clouds - Maike Ahlgrimm (ECMWF)   ()
11:00 --- Coffee Break & Participant Registration ---
Morning session: Topic II - Anna Possner (Department of Global Ecology, Carnegie Institution for Science/Goethe University Frankfurt am Main) (until 12:30) ()
11:30 Nocturnal low-level stratus clouds over southern West Africa: Insights from the DACCIWA field campaign - Karmen Babić (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research)   ()
11:45 Dissecting the role of various precipitation micro-physical processes in Arctic clouds using ICECAPS observations - Ralf Bennartz (Vanderbilt University)   ()
12:00 Cloud processes in air-mass transformations between the Arctic and mid-latitudes - Felix Pithan (AWI)   ()
12:15 How can we utilize the full potential of novel synergistic radar observations to provide constraints for ice microphysical parametrizations in ICON? - Stefan Kneifel (University of Cologne)   ()
09:00 Clouds, Circulation and Climate Sensitivity: Advances and Challenges (Conference Keynote) - Sandrine Bony (LMD, CNRS, Sorbonne University, Paris)   ()
Morning session: Topic III - Wiebke Frey (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS)) (until 10:55) ()
09:30 Cloud-resolving simulations at ECMWF - Peter Düben (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts)   ()
09:55 Comparing LES Approaches for Simulating Convection over the ARM Southern Great Plains Facility in Oklahoma, USA - William Gustafson (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   ()
10:10 HIGH-resolution simulation to improve and TUNE boundary-layer cloud parameterizations, the HIGH-TUNE project - Fleur COUVREUX (CNRM/GMME/TROPICS)   ()
10:25 Boundary layer cloud life cycle in ICON-LEM and ground-based observations - Claudia Acquistapace (University of Cologne)   ()
10:40 Model development activities at DWD to improve cloud and precipitation forecasts on global and regional scales - Günther Zängl (Deutscher Wetterdienst)   ()
10:55 --- Coffee Break ---
Morning session: Topic III - David Randall (Colorado State University) (until 13:15) ()
11:30 Large-Eddy-Simulations with the ICON-LEM around supersites – bridging the gap between GCMs and point measurements - Vera Schemann (University of Cologne)   ()
11:45 What can we learn from cloudy convection in a box? Laboratory meets LES with cloud microphysics - Raymond Shaw (Michigan Technological University)   ()
12:00 An integrated modelling and measurement study to investigate co-condensation of organic vapours and water vapour in cloud droplet formation - Wiebke Frey (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS))   ()
12:15 Finding Closure - Why We Need Radar, Lidar and Solar Radiance Observations to Distinguish different Microphysical Regimes in Ice Clouds - Florian Ewald (LMU – Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)   ()
12:30 Where is a cloud? - 3D cloud geometry from airborne imagery - Tobias Kölling (Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Meteorologisches Institut, München, Germany)   ()
12:45 Understanding Tropical Mesoscale Life cycle through merged satellite observations - Dominique Bouniol (CNRM, CNRS/Météo-France)   ()
13:00 The Ruisdael Observatory: a new facility for atmospheric research in The Netherlands - Herman Russchenberg (Delft University of Technology)   ()
Morning session: Topic IV - Hassan Beydoun (until 10:15) ()
09:00 Convective aggregation, clouds, and climate sensitivity in RCE simulations - Allison Wing (Florida State University)   ()
09:15 On the importance of the surface flux formulation in large-eddy simulations of radiative-convective equilibrium - Chiel van Heerwaarden (Wageningen University)   ()
09:30 Clouds and Convection in RCEMIP Simulations with the Community Atmosphere Model - Kevin Reed (Stony Brook University)   ()
09:45 Convective Self Aggregation and Radiative Convective Equilibrium across the MPI-M model hierarchy - Tobias Becker (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)   ()
10:00 The spatial distribution of deep convection in a self-aggregation study - Julia Windmiller (MPI)   ()
10:15 --- Coffee Break ---
Morning session: Topic IV - Raphaela Vogel (until 12:15) ()
10:45 How important is convective organization? - Cathy Hohenegger (Max Planck Institute for meteorology)   ()
11:10 Microphysical Impacts and Large-Scale Wind Influences on Tropical Convective Organization in RCE - Leah Grant (Colorado State University)   ()
11:25 Mesoscale variability of LES based superparameterized subtropical marine shallow cumulus convection - Pier Siebesma (Delft University of Technology)   ()
11:40 Exploring the aerosol-cloud-radiation relationships in deep marine stratocumulus layers - Anna Possner (Institute for Atmospheric and Environmental Sciences)   ()
11:55 The two faces of precipitation suppression by aerosol - Johannes Mülmenstädt (Universität Leipzig)   ()
Morning Session: Topic V - Philipp Griewank (Univeristy of Cologne) (until 10:30) ()
09:00 On the importance and challenges with the representation of momentum transport by shallow convection - Irina Sandu (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts)   ()
09:25 ParaCon's parametrisation of convection at kilometre scales - Alison Stirling (Met Office)   ()
09:40 Subgrid-scale parameterization using machine learning - Sylvia Sullivan (Columbia University)   ()
09:55 The Neighboring Column Approximation (NCA) – a 3D Heating Rate Parameterization for Structured and Unstructured Grids - Carolin Klinger (LMU -- Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)   ()
10:10 The Continental-Scale Soil-Moisture Precipitation Feedback at Convection-Resolving Resolution - David Leutwyler (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany)   ()
10:30 --- Coffee Break ---
Morning Session: Topic V - Fabian Senf (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research) (until 12:30) ()
11:00 Water vapor variability in the tropics from modelling and airborne lidar - Ann Kristin Naumann (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)   ()
11:15 How cold pools systematically organize convection - Jan O Haerter (Niels Bohr Institute)   ()
11:30 Understanding Cold Pool Dynamics through a Lagrangian Approach - Giuseppe Torri (University of Hawaii at Manoa)   ()
11:45 An emulator approach to adjustments and buffering in stratocumulus - Franziska Glassmeier (NOAA Boulder)   ()
12:00 A simulator‐based satellite dataset for using machine learning techniques to derive aerosol‐cloud‐precipitation interactions in models and observations in a consistent framework - Po-Lun Ma (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   ()
12:15 Statistics of polarimetric radar variables in the melting layer to improve its representation in atmospheric models - Silke Trömel (Meteorological Institute of University Bonn)   ()
Morning session: Topic I - Mirjam Hirt (LMU, Meteorological Institute) (until 10:25) ()
09:00 Toward reduction of the uncertainties in simulations of clouds and precipitation using Nonhydrostatic Icosahedral Atmospheric Model (NICAM) - Masaki Satoh (Atmosphere and Ocean Research Institute, The University of Tokyo)   ()
09:25 Hic Sunt Dracones - Daniel Klocke (DWD)   ()
09:40 Tropical cyclones and convectively-coupled equatorial waves in global cloud-resolving simulations - Falko Judt (NCAR)   ()
09:55 Detection and attribution of cloud and precipitation adjustments to aerosol perturbations - Montserrat Costa-Surós (University of Cologne)   ()
10:10 Evaluating convective storm characteristics against radar observations around the world - Thorwald Stein (University of Reading)   ()
10:25 --- Coffee Break ---
Poster Session D (until 13:00) ()
12:30 --- Lunch Break & Participant Registration ---
Poster Session A (until 15:30) ()
13:30 Lagrangian trajectories in high-resolution simulations of convective systems - Dr Bastian Kern (Institut für Physik der Atmosphäre, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR) e.V.)   ()
13:30 Pair Correlations and Canonical Statistics of Deep Convection over the Tropical Atlantic - Dr Fabian Senf (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research)   ()
13:30 Understanding the moisture variance in precipitating shallow cumulus convection - Dr Anurose Theethai Jacob (Goethe University, Frankfurt)   ()
13:45 Cloud feedbacks in extratropical cyclones: insight from long-term satellite data and high-resolution global simulations - Daniel McCoy (University of Leeds)   ()
14:00 Predictability of a Mediterranean Tropical-like Cyclone in storm-resolving simulations - Guido Cioni (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)   ()
14:15 Influence of subgrid-scale parameterizations on the development of clouds in high resolution simulations - Mr Jan-Niklas Welß (Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie)   ()
14:30 Response of extreme precipitating cell structures to atmospheric warming - Mr Kai Lochbihler (The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI})   ()
14:45 Differences between Observed and Large-Eddy Simulations of Shallow Cumulus Cloud-Base Vertical Velocity - Andrew Vogelmann (Brookhaven National Laboratory)   ()
15:00 Ice formation pathways in Warm Conveyor Belts - Tim Lüttmer (Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)   ()
15:15 A route towards Monte-Carlo Lagrangian methodology based on a physically-based stochastic equation for a cloud microphysical process - Mrs Junghwa Lee (Leibniz University Hannover)   ()
15:15 A two-energies turbulence scheme - Mr Ivan Bastak Duran (Goethe University Frankfurt)   ()
15:15 Aerosol and microphysics of a mesoscale cloud system in the stratocumulus-to-cumulus transition during the CLARIFY field campaign - Dr Zhiqiang Cui (University of Leeds)   ()
15:15 Assessing the Goddard Earth Observing System model in non-resolved to convection-permitting regimes. - Saulo Freitas (USRA/GESTAR - NASA/GSFC)   ()
15:15 Bridging the Gap between LES and DNS: An Explicit Subgrid Scale Scheme for LES with Particle-Based Cloud Physics - Fabian Hoffmann (NOAA/CIRES)   ()
15:15 Cirrus IWC, IWP estimation based on IWC measurements with water Raman lidar: Comparisons with Cloudnet IWC and satellite IWP retrievals - Dr Jens Reichardt (Deutscher Wetterdienst)   ()
15:15 Clouds in month-long convection-resolving climate simulations over the tropical Atlantic - Laureline Hentgen (Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zürich)   ()
15:15 Concentrations and Properties of Cloud Condensation Nuclei (CCN) and Ice Nucleating Particles (INP) over the Southern Ocean during the Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition - Mr Christian Tatzelt (Leibniz-Institute for Tropospheric Research)   ()
15:15 Effects of Land Surface Heterogeneity on the Simulated Atmospheric Boundary Layer Structure - Stefan Poll (University of Bonn)   ()
15:15 Evaluation of clouds in realistic LES simulations using remote-sensing forward operators and observations - Akio Hansen (Universität Hamburg, Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie)   ()
15:15 Experiments using climatological as well as predicted aerosols in both, an aerosol-aware convective parameterization, and a double moment microphysics scheme - Dr Georg Grell (NOAA/ESRL/GSD)   ()
15:15 FESSTVaL: Field Experiment on sub-mesoscale spatio-temporal variability in Lindenberg - Dr Linda Schlemmer (Deutscher Wetterdienst)   ()
15:15 Height of convective anvils - What can we learn from high resolution simulations? - Martin Köhler (DWD (German Weather Service))   ()
15:15 How likely are cold pools to trigger new convection? - Sophia Schäfer (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)   ()
15:15 Interplay between shallow convection and stratiform cloud layers - Hauke Schulz (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)   ()
15:15 Investigation of ice cloud microphysics and rain formation using simultaneous C- and Ka-band radar observations - Dr Qiang Li (DLR-Institute of Atmospheric Physics)   ()
15:15 Measurements of cloud droplets and precipitation particles during selected weather events of Warsaw with shadowgraph imaging technique - Mr Moein Mohammadi (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics, Institute of Geophysics)   ()
15:15 Measuring the tropical shallow convective mass flux - Dr Marcus Klingebiel (Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie)   ()
15:15 Organization of convective clouds in observations and ICON-LEM simulations - Dr Ieda Pscheidt (Meteorological Institute, University of Bonn)   ()
15:15 Use of unmanned aerial systems to measure and understand lower atmospheric structure and its connection to clouds and precipitation - Dr Gijs de Boer (University of Colorado)   ()
15:15 Using a cloud-resolving model to diagnose the effects of different wind shear profiles on deep convective cloud fields - Mr Mark Muetzelfeldt (University of Reading)   ()
15:15 Warm clouds over the tropical Atlantic - insights on liquid water path from synergistic airborne measurments - Mr Marek Jacob (University of Cologne)   ()
15:15 What are km-scale models missing when triggering convection by cold pools? - Ms Mirjam Hirt (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)   ()
15:15 When the plants wilt, the rain comes - Dr Cathy Hohenegger (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)   ()
15:00 --- Coffee Break ---
Afternoon session: Topic II - Vera Schemann (until 16:30) ()
15:30 Combining dual-frequency radar and microwave radiometer for improved water vapor profiling in the cloudy atmosphere - Sabrina Schnitt (FZ Juelich)   ()
15:45 The Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) Facility: Recent Activities and Plans Supporting the Study of Clouds and Precipitation - James Mather (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   ()
16:00 Cloud observations in 2030 - Susanne Crewell (University of Cologne)   ()
Afternoon session: Topic III - Herman Russchenberg (until 17:55) ()
16:30 Looking ahead: Opportunities and quandaries facing large eddy-permitting superparameterization and machine learning emulation of cloud physics - Mike Pritchard (University of California, Irvine, USA)   ()
16:55 Sugar, Flower, Fish or Gravel - Cloud classification from humans to machines - Stephan Rasp (Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich)   ()
17:10 Building a cloud in the Southeast Atlantic: Understanding low-cloud controls based on satellite observations with machine learning - Julia Fuchs (KIT)   ()
17:25 Improving the numerical robustness of physics parameterizations in global atmosphere models - Hui Wan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   ()
17:40 Comparison of Alternative Dynamical Frameworks for Global Cloud-Resolving Models - David Randall (Colorado State University)   ()
18:30 --- Ice Breaker ---
20:30 Scientific wrap-up of the day   ()
13:15 --- Lunch Break ---
Poster Session A (until 16:15) ()
Poster Session B (until 16:15) ()
14:15 Mesoscale circulations and organized convection in African Easterly Waves - Lorenzo Tomassini (Met Office)   ()
14:15 The Use of Sparse Field-Campaign Data to Configure LES in the Subtropical Atlantic - Stephanie Reilly (Institute for Geophysics and Meteorology, University of Cologne)   ()
14:30 Exploring the consequences of nearest neighbour interaction in convective parametrisations - Dr Tobias Goecke (Deutscher Wetterdienst)   ()
14:45 The key processes in the overshooting convection that hydrate the stratosphere - Dr Thibaut Dauhut (Laboratoire d’Aérologie, Université de Toulouse, CNRS, UPS, Toulouse, France)   ()
15:00 Assessment of the French cloud-resolving model AROME over the Caribbean domain - Mr Florent Beucher (Météo-France)   ()
15:15 Sensitivity of resolved convection in the Atlantic Basin to modes of Atlantic SST variability - Laura Paccini (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)   ()
15:30 An improved double Gaussian closure for the subgrid vertical velocity probability distribution function - Dr Anna Fitch (Department of Meteorology, Stockholm University)   ()
15:45 Catching Cold Pools – dense nets during FESSTVaL 2020 - Felix Ament (MPI-M and UHH)   ()
16:00 A COOKIE for climate change? - Aiko Voigt (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
16:00 A New Generalised Mass-flux Convection Scheme for the Met Office Unified Model - Dr Michael Whitall (Met Office (UK))   ()
16:00 Characterization of the spatial distribution of cumulus cloud populations using large-domain LES - Thirza van Laar (University of Cologne)   ()
16:00 Cloud microphysics development and evaluation for simulating mesoscale convective systems in global models - Jiwen Fan (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   ()
16:00 Does precipitation over the ocean scale with SST according to Clausius-Clapeyron? - Dr Jörg Burdanowitz (Universität Hamburg, Meteorologisches Institut)   ()
16:00 Evaluation of bulk mass-flux formulation in convection parameterization using large-eddy simulations - Dr Jian-Feng Gu (Department of Meteorology, University of Reading)   ()
16:00 Hadley Cell expansion as a major contributor to GCM Southern Ocean cloud radiative effect variability and climate sensitivity - George Tselioudis (NASA/GISS)   ()
16:00 Harmonizing cloud-related schemes at grey zone resolution in operational NWP - Luc Gerard (Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium)   ()
16:00 How important is cloud phase for climate sensitivity? - Dr David Neubauer (ETH Zurich)   ()
16:00 How is a single updraft influenced by other clouds in a convective ensemble? - Ms Anne Barber (University of Leeds)   ()
16:00 How wind shear keeps shallow cumulus clouds shallow and modulates their momentum transport - Kevin Helfer (Delft University of Technology)   ()
16:00 Impacts of ice formation on cloud field organization - a case study of Arctic mixed-phase clouds - Ms Gesa Eirund (ETH Zürich)   ()
16:00 LES simulations of stratocumulus: why so sensitive to model setup ?? - Szymon Malinowski (University of Warsaw, Faculty of Physics, Institute of Geophysics)   ()
16:00 Local and remote controls on Arctic Mixed Layer evolution - Roel Neggers (University of Cologne, Germany)   ()
16:00 Namib Fog Life Cycle Analysis - NaFoLiCA - Jan Cermak (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT))   ()
16:00 New Particle Formation and Aerosol Variability Near Southern Ocean Low Clouds - Isabel McCoy (University of Washington Atmospheric Sciences)   ()
16:00 Quantifying parametrized cloud-fraction errors and their scale dependence - Dr Philipp Griewank (Univeristy of Cologne)   ()
16:00 Scaling of extreme hourly precipitation in a pseudo global warming experiment with a convection permitting model - Kai Lochbihler (TU Delft)   ()
16:00 Some superparameterized hindcasts of the MJO - Stefan Tulich (CIRES/CU and NOAA/ESRL)   ()
16:00 The influence of shallow convection on wind profiles and wind variability in the mid-latitudes - Beatrice Saggiorato (Delft University of Technology)   ()
16:00 Title: ICON simulations of cloud-diabatic processes in a warm conveyor belt of an extratropical cyclone: A case study - Anubhav Choudhary (IMK-TRO, KIT, Karlsruhe, Germany) Aiko Voigt   ()
16:15 --- Coffee Break ---
Afternoon Session: Topic IV - Hauke Schulz (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology) (until 18:15) ()
16:50 Cloud-circulation coupling in the tropics and extratropics - Aiko Voigt (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
17:15 Role of global versus regional cloud-radiative changes on the global warming response of the North Atlantic jet stream - Nicole Albern (Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research – Department Troposphere Research, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany)   ()
17:30 Are clouds key to climate variability? Results from cloud locking in CESM - Brian Medeiros (National Center for Atmospheric Research)   ()
17:45 A physical mechanism for the relationship between low-level cloud feedback and double‐ITCZ bias. - Mark Webb (Met Office Hadley Centre)   ()
18:00 A model for the relationship between humidity, instability and precipitation in the tropics - Martin S. Singh (Monash University)   ()
18:30 --- Small Dinner ---
Round Table discussion (until 20:30) ()
20:30 Meeting of HD(CP)² steering committee   ()
12:15 --- Lunch Break ---
13:15 Walk around Krumme Lanke   ()
15:30 --- Coffee Break ---
Poster Session B (until 18:00) ()
Poster Session C (until 18:00) ()
16:00 Feedbacks of mesoscale convective systems with circulation and radiation - Dr Sylvia Sullivan (Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering, Columbia University)   ()
16:00 Heterogeneous ice formation in ICON-LEM in relation to statistics from ground-based remote-sensing observations - Dr Patric Seifert (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS))   ()
16:00 How sensitiv are the ICON-LEM simulations to microphysical assumptions? - Catrin Meyer (Forschungszentrum Jülich)   ()
16:15 A wavelet based analysis of convective organization in ICON large-eddy simulations - Mr Sebastian Brune (University of Bonn)   ()
16:30 Scale interactions and anisotropy of turbulence in stable boundary layers - Mr Vyacheslav Boyko (Freie Universität Berlin, Department of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, Arnimallee 6, 14195, Berlin, Germany.)   ()
16:45 Effects of aerosol on shallow cumulus cloud fields - George Spill (University of Oxford)   ()
17:00 A new lidar technique for observation of high-resolved profiles of droplet effective size and number concentration in liquid-phase clouds - Cristofer Jimenez (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research)   ()
17:15 Characterizing density currents in ICON-NARVAL simulations - Nicolas Rochetin (Laboratoire de Météorologie Dynamique - Ecole Normale Supérieure)   ()
17:45 A groundwater and runoff formulation for weather and climate models - Dr Linda Schlemmer (Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zurich)   ()
17:45 A multi-modal diagnostic cloud fraction scheme and its impact on cloud in convection-permitting simulations over the US Southern Great Plains - Kwinten Van Weverberg (Met Office)   ()
17:45 Bulk and structural convergence at convection-resolving scales in simulations of summertime moist convection over land - Davide Panosetti (Institute for Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zurich)   ()
17:45 Cloud anomalies associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation and their radiative feedback in observations and the ICON model - Mr Georgios Papavasileiou (Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Karlsruhe, Germany)   ()
17:45 Cold pool vortex rings as the “snow plows” of convective triggering - Bettina Meyer (Niels Bohr Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark)   ()
17:45 Deriving mixed-phase cloud properties from Doppler spectra of the millimeter-wave cloud radar - Prof. Sun Xuejin (College of Meteorology and Oceanography, National University of Defense Technology, China)   ()
17:45 EarthCARE potential of sensor-synergy between imager and atmospheric lidar to characterizated cloud types with respect to the geometrical and radiative cloud top height - Dr Anja Hünerbein (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research)   ()
17:45 High-resolution regional superparameterization of OpenIFS with DALES - Dr Fredrik Jansson (CWI)   ()
17:45 Ice crystal number concentration retrievals from satellite observations - Dr Odran Sourdeval (University of Lille)   ()
17:45 Implications of “FAT” on the structure, microphysics, and precipitating characteristics of tropical deep convective clouds - Dr Hassan Beydoun (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
17:45 Improved representation of the shape parameter for single- and double-moment bulk microphysics schemes - Lianet Hernández Pardo (National Institute for Space Research)   ()
17:45 Introducing a simple stochastic model to account for turbulent intermittecy in subgrid-scale processes of storm-resolved models - Dr Metodija M. Shapkalijevski (Freie Universität Berlin, Department of mathematics and computer sciences, Berlin, Germany)   ()
17:45 Investigate the impact of land surface heterogeneity on moist convection using the ICON-LEM model - Ms Shweta Singh (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research)   ()
17:45 Large-Eddy Simulation of a Stratocumulus-Topped Arctic Boundary Layer over Sea Ice - Robert Rauterkus (University of Cologne)   ()
17:45 Linking cold pools to precipitation intensification - Olga Henneberg (University of Copenhagen)   ()
17:45 Mixing and Cumulus Thermals - Dr Daniel Hernandez-Deckers (Universidad Nacional de Colombia)   ()
17:45 ParaCon at Reading: New approaches for modelling convection - Christopher Holloway (University of Reading)   ()
17:45 Perturbation of natural cirrus due to contrail ice nucleation - Ms Pooja Verma (Ludwig-Maximilians University)   ()
17:45 Precipitation over the Southern Ocean: Lessons from Macquarie Island - Steven Siems (Monash University)   ()
17:45 The effect of representation of boundary layer mixing on the simulation of the mid-level clouds over Sahara - Vishal Dixit (University of New South Wales, Sydney)   ()
17:45 The role of internal circulations on precipitation intensities in a cloud-resolving model - Mr Benjamin Fildier (UC Berkeley)   ()
17:45 The role of low-level clouds in the West African monsoon system - Peter Knippertz (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
17:45 The transient dynamics of clouds - Dr Steven Boeing (University of Leeds)   ()
17:45 Trade wind cloud features from airborne and ground-based observations - two times the same answer? - Heike Konow (Universitaet Hamburg)   ()
17:45 Tropical Clouds and Precipitation “Across Scales” in Convection-Permitting Aquaplanet Simulations - Dr Rosimar Rios-Berrios (National Center for Atmospheric Research)   ()
18:15 --- Conference Dinner ---
21:15 Scientific wrap-up of the day   ()
12:30 --- Lunch Break ---
Poster Session C (until 15:30) ()
Poster Session D (until 15:30) ()
13:30 Ice nucleation: CCN- and cloud-regime-sensitivity over HD(CP)²-LES resolved Germany. - Jonas Hesemann (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
13:30 racking of convective rain events in idealized and realistic large eddy simulations - Christopher Moseley (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg)   ()
13:30 Response of convective boundary layer to 2-D soil moisture heterogeneity: A large-eddy simulation study - Dr Cunbo Han (Research Centre Jülich)   ()
13:45 Estimation of Cloud Droplet Number Concentration of Shallow Trade-Wind Cumulus Using Synergistic Remote Sensing Measurements. - Mr Kevin Wolf (Leipzig Institute for Meteorology, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany) Mr Alexandros Emmanouilidis (Leipzig Institute for Meteorology, University of Leipzig, Leipzig, Germany)   ()
14:00 Mechanisms of future extreme precipitation intensification in a convection-permitting model - Edmund Meredith (Institut für Meteorologie, Freie Universität Berlin)   ()
14:15 Evolution and scale dependency of total water variability in convective situations - Dr Ioanna Arka (Institut for Atmospheric Physics, DLR Oberpfaffenhofen)   ()
14:30 A statistical approach to evaluate the parametrisation of turbulence in convection-permitting models using radar-retrieved eddy dissipation rates. - Matt Feist (University of Reading)   ()
14:45 Radar reflectivity in convective-scale simulations with COSMO/ICON and in observations during a highly convective period - Alberto de Lozar (Deutscher Wetterdienst)   ()
15:00 Momentum mixing and gustiness under different convective conditions and cloudiness over Cabauw - Mariska Koning (TU Delft)   ()
15:15 3D Cloud Microphysics Derived by a Combination of the Hyperspectral Imaging Spectrometer specMACS and Active Remote Sensing Instruments - Mr Lucas Carl Philipp Höppler (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Meteorologisches Institut München)   ()
15:15 AROME-OM : Météo-France NWP Models in Tropical Regions - RACHEL HONNERT (CNRM UMR 3589)   ()
15:15 Cloud size distributions in observed and simulated shallow cumulus cloud fields - Ms Theresa Mieslinger ((1) Meteorological Institute, Centrum für Erdsystemforschung und Nachhaltigkeit, Universität Hamburg, Hamburg, Germany (2) International Max Planck Research School on Earth System Modelling, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, Germany)   ()
15:15 Combining models of different complexity and triple-frequency measurements to gain further insights into the aggregation process of ice crystals - Markus Karrer (Universität zu Köln)   ()
15:15 Deconvoluting thermodynamic and microphysical controls on tropical anvils extent using modeling and observations. - Dr Quentin Coopman (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)   ()
15:15 Dependence of cloud ice and cloud-radiative effects on model resolution and model physics in regional ICON simulations of the NAWDEX campaign - Mr Felix Kytzia (Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research – Department Troposphere Research, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany)   ()
15:15 Modeling Mesoscale Convective Systems and their Interactions with the Large-scale Environments - Dr L. Ruby Leung (Pacific Northwest National Laboratory)   ()
15:15 Observation of ENSO linked changes in the tropical Atlantic cloud vertical distribution using 14 years of MODIS observations - Dr Cintia Carbajal Henken (Freie Universität Berlin)   ()
15:15 Observing the Relationship between Large-Scale Vertical Motion and Cloud Structure in the Maritime Tropics - Geet George (Max-Planck Institute for Meteorology, International Max Planck Research School on Earth System Modelling)   ()
15:15 On the spatiotemporal variability of clouds, and its consequences for radiative closure studies and the accuracy of solar surface irradiance retrievals - Dr Hartwig Deneke (TROPOS)   ()
15:15 Physically constrained stochastic shallow convection in realistic kilometre‐scale simulations - Dr Mirjana Sakradzija (MPI-Met)   ()
15:15 Preparing for EarthCARE: The use of atmospheric circulation models as a tool for evaluating satellite data - Dr Anna Luebke (Max-Planck-Institut für Meteorologie)   ()
15:15 Recent developments in the Canadian 2.5 km NWP model: from convection parameterization to explicit connection between the P3 microphysics and the radiation transfer scheme - Dr Danahe Paquin-Ricard (ECCC)   ()
15:15 Retrieving cloud microphysics using combined radar and radiometer observations from the NAWDEX joint flight measurement campaign - Simon Pfreundschuh (Chalmers University of Technology)   ()
15:15 Simulations of North Atlantic Hurricanes in Stretch-NICAM with different horizontal resolutions - Mr Bernhard Enz (ETH Zurich)   ()
15:15 Structure of the inter-cloud atmosphere in a case of tropical deep convection - Dr Julien Savre (LMU Munich)   ()
15:15 Study of droplet-size distribution in turbulent clouds using stochastic microphysics at unresolved scales - Dr Gustavo Abade (Institute of Geophysics, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw )   ()
15:15 The dependency of Ekman pumping on turbulence - Dr Stephan de Roode (TU Delft)   ()
15:15 The relevance of different heterogeneous ice formation processes for the precipitation budget - Dr Johannes Bühl (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research (TROPOS))   ()
15:15 Three Dimensional Radiative Transfer in ICON-LEM -- Methods and Impact on Cloud Evolution and Precipitation - Dr Fabian Jakub (LMU - Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München)   ()
15:15 Understanding mesoscale organization of closed-cell marine stratocumulus using large-eddy simulation and observations from the ARM Eastern North Atlantic Site - Dr Xiaoli Zhou (University of Washington)   ()
15:15 Using machine learning to identify regimes of convective organisation in satellite images - Leif Denby (University of Leeds, UK)   ()
15:15 UWLCM: a Modern LES Model with Lagrangian Microphysics - Dr Piotr Dziekan (3Institute of Geophysics, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland )   ()
15:30 --- Coffee Break ---
Afternoon session: Topic V - Bettina Meyer (University of Copenhagen) (until 17:30) ()
16:00 Aerosol Impact on Warm Rain Initiation in Turbulent Clouds Using Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) - Sisi Chen (McGill University)   ()
16:15 The particle-based microphysical model McSnow - Christoph Siewert (DWD)   ()
16:30 Influence of turbulent temperature and saturation fluctuations on droplet activation - Dennis Niedermeier (Leibniz Institute for Tropospheric Research, Leipzig, Germany)   ()
16:45 Modeling of cloud microphysics: Can we do better? - Wojciech W. Grabowski (NCAR, Boulder, Colorado USA)   ()
17:00 The impacts of CCN concentration, updraft speed, and turbulence enhancement of droplet coalescence on the development of raindrops - Steve Krueger (University of Utah)   ()
17:15 Understanding the Zonal Variability of Thermodynamic Feedbacks in the Tropics: Global Storm-resolving Models versus Observations - Tom Beucler (UCI, Columbia University)   ()
17:45 --- Small Dinner ---
19:45 Scientific wrap-up of the day   ()
13:00 --- Lunch Break ---
Afternoon session: Topic I (until 15:30) ()
14:00 Climate Modeling in 2030 - Christoph Schär (Atmospheric and Climate Science, ETH Zürich)   ()
14:25 On the confluence of cloud parametrization from cloud-scale models and global modelling systems - Richard Forbes (ECMWF)   ()
14:40 Global System for Atmospheric Modeling (GSAM): Preliminary results - Marat Khairoutdinov (Stony Brook University)   ()
14:55 Vertical flux of horizontal momentum: a good use of resolution - Brian Mapes (University of Miami)   ()
15:10 The added value of hecto and kilo meter scales for the representation of clouds and precipitation - Bjorn Stevens (Max Planck Institute for Meteorology)   ()
15:30 Conference Closing   ()