Atmospheric Modeling and Parallel Computer Semina r To Explore COST-75 Findings and Applications Focus o f Athen s Symposium Achievements The Symposium on Regional Weather Prediction The European Commission COST-75 Action Fi- on Parallel Computer Environments is scheduled to nal Seminar will be held 23-27 March 1998 in occur 15-17 October 1997 in Athens, Greece. Locarno, Switzerland. Papers on aspects of ad- The symposium is designed to bring together sci- vanced weather radar systems and their use and ap- entists working on atmospheric modeling and on par- plications that complement the wide area of radar allel computer applications. An emphasis will be given meteorology covered by COST-75 are invited. to model development and computational techniques It is anticipated that the program will include the that should be used for regional/mesoscale modeling following sessions: findings and achievements of and forecasting. COST-75; the COST-75 Working Group Study areas, The objectives of the symposium are to explore re- namely, advanced data processing with conventional gional-scale modeling and forecasting, parallel com- and future radars, Doppler radars, multiparameter ra- puter programs related to atmospheric modeling, nu- dars, and fast scanning systems; operational applica- merical methods for regional/mesoscale weather fore- tions of new techniques; research into the combina- casting, applications on regional weather forecasting, tion of weather radar with other surface-based and and data assimilation. space borne techniques; and conclusions and recom- An exhibit of hardware and software related to the mendations for further work in this field. symposium is planned. Title and abstracts (not to exceed one page) should be received no later than 26 September 1997. Authors The sponsors of the symposium include the Uni- must include name and affiliation of each author, mail- versity of Athens, Greece; European Union, Min- ing address, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail istry of Development, General Secretariat of Re- address of the corresponding author. search and Technology, Greece; and the Ministry of Defense, Hellenic National Meteorological Ser- Abstracts should be submitted to C. G. Collier, Director of the Telford Institute of Environmental Sys- vice, Greece. tems, Department of Civil and Environmental Engi- Although the deadline for abstract submission has neering, University of Salford, Salford M5 4WT, passed, interested parties may receive attendance in- formation by contacting G. Kallos, University of Ath- United Kingdom; telephone: 44 161 295 5465; fax: ens, Department of Physics, Meteorology Lab, 44161 295 5060. Abstracts must be submitted by regu- Panepistimioupolis, PHYS-5,15784 Athens, Greece; lar mail or fax. Electronic submissions will not be ac- telephone: 30 1 7284923; fax: 30 1 7295281; e-mail: cepted; however, interested parties can receive gen- firstname.lastname@example.org; URL: http:// eral information by contacting Collier at his e-mail www. itcnet-gr. com. address. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society 1221
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Jun 1, 1997
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