PHYSICAL PARAMETERIZATION IN NEXT-GENERATION NWP MODELS BY TAE-YOUN G LEE AN D SONG-YO U HON G he Second International Workshop on Next- THE SECOND INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP Generatio n Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP ) Models1 met to discuss the impact of T ON NEXT-GENERATION NWP MODELS recent developments in modeling for next-generation, WHAT: Scientists fro m Korea, Japan, and th e United high-resolution NW P models, and to exchange ideas States discuss recent developments in the for improving the prediction o f high-impac t weather. parameterization s of physical processes in next- In 1999, the Laboratory for Atmospheric Modeling generation , high-resolution numerical weather Research (LAMOR) of Yonsei University (YSU) em- predictio n models barked on a national project developing a next-gen- WHEN: 17-18 May 200 4 eration NW P model focusing on the parameteriza- WHERE: Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea tion of physical processes in high-resolution models (see information online at http://lamor.yonsei.ac.kr). Th e ultimate goal of the project is in line with that o f the Weather Research and Forecast (WRF ) model Th e director o f LAMOR , Professor Tae-Young Lee, initiative (see information online at http://wrf-model. told participants that the focus o f thi s workshop
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Nov 1, 2005
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