SEMINAR / EVENT
Date: February 5, 2024
Hybrid format with The University of Tokyo New York Office and the Zoom streaming.
This meeting is organized to interchange recent developments in tropical cyclone (TC) research, particularly focusing on future changes, evaluations, and management of the current risks due to TCs. For this purpose, we would like to enhance the research activities related to global storm-resolving models (or global km-scale models) to simulate better and project TCs and understand their changes. The meeting topics include, but are not solely focused on, analysis of tropical cyclones in global storm-resolving models, future changes in tropical cyclones, seasonal and sub-seasonal TC forecast, and hurricane risks in the future.
This meeting is the New York Office event at The University of Tokyo. This event will be held in a hybrid format, allowing on-site participation at The University of Tokyo New York Office and online streaming via Zoom. The Zoom streaming will be available for viewing via recording after the event.
To participate online, please submit the form below to register by January 31, 2024.
Zoom information will be sent to the registered participants.
|Masaki Satoh (AORI, The University of Tokyo, Japan): Global Storm-Resolving Modeling Approach for Better Understanding of Future Changes in Tropical Cyclones
|Pier Luigi Vidale (National Centre for Atmospheric Science, Dept. of Meteorology, University of Reading, UK): Cyclones of Tropical Origin in a Resolution Hierarchy of Atmosphere-Only and Coupled GCMsP
|Adam Sobel (Columbia University, US): Uncertainties in Tropical Cyclone Risk
|Suzana Camargo (Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory, Columbia University, US): ENSO Diversity Impacts on Tropical Cyclone Activity CMIP6 Projections
|Kevin Reed (Stony Brook, US): A Storyline Framework in CESM for Quantifying Climate Change Impacts on Hurricanes
For more information, please visit our event website