Seminar/Symposium

Learn how UCAR Business Offices Operate and Support the Organization

Join us for the Business Operations & Strategies Seminar (BOSS) on December 5, 2017.  This seminar is a one-day workshop where participants will gain a basic understanding of the UCAR/UCP/NCAR business environment and how various administrative offices interact and operate together to partner with you and serve the organization.  Presenters will include topics on Compliance, Direct Awards, Financial Planning and Analysis, Government Relations, Human Resources, NCAR/UCP Budgeting & Proposals, Procurement, Risk Management and Treasury & Finance Operations.

CGD Seminar Series

Title: Interpreting precession driven delta-O-18 variability in the South Asian monsoon region

Speaker: Clay Tabor, NCAR

Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 11:00 a.m.
Mesa Lab, Main Seminar Room

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HAO Colloquium - Tom Berger, University of Colorado

Blending of Ground-based and Space-based Magnetograms: Applications to Solar Wind Modeling and L5 Mission Studies

CGD Seminar Series

Title: Through the Looking Glass: Forcing and Feedbacks in CESM2

Speaker: Andrew Gettelman, NCAR

Tuesday, November 21, 2017 - 11:00 a.m.
Mesa Lab, Main Seminar Room

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ACOM Seminar: Joel Thornton

ACOM SEMINAR

Title: What happens to air pollution when it is cold and dark? Insights from the Wintertime INvestigation of Transport, Emissions, and Reactivity (WINTER) Campaign

Presenter: Joel Thornton, Professor of Atmospheric Sciences -University of Washington

JCSDA Seminar - ECMWF's Next Generation Software Stack for the IFS Model and Product Generation: Future Workflow Adaptations

Joint Center for Satellite Data Assimilation Seminar
Dr. Tiago Quintino, Team Leader for Scalability, ECMWF
ECMWF's Next Generation Software Stack for the IFS Model and Product Generation: Future Workflow Adaptations

Starting 2014, ECMWF has embarked on a research programme on HPC Scalability, aiming to achieve Exascale numerical weather prediction systems by 2025.

Limits of predictability: forecasting weather driven natural hazards

Limits of predictability: forecasting weather driven natural hazards
Florian Pappenberger
Director of Forecasts, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts ECMWF

Synopsis: 
The presentation will set the challenge of forecasting natural hazards within the context of the ECMWF strategy. It will propose how integrated earth system modelling can enhance our forecasting capabilities. This will be demonstrated on examples of the European and Global Flood Awareness System and discuss the use of seasonal forecasts within hydrology. 

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