|As of Spring 2011, Terra Thompson is the organizer for this seminar, and the web site has moved here. You will be redirected to the new page in five seconds. Thanks!|
Organizers: Dr. Jerry Straka, Dr. Louis Wicker, Dr. Ming Xue, Robin Tanamachi
This seminar is held Fridays at 2:00 p.m. in NWC 5600 during the regular OU spring and fall semesters. You can subscribe to the listserv for this seminar series here.
Dates in green are still available; dates in yellow have been reserved, and dates in red are unavailable. To schedule a seminar, send your talk title to "rtanamachi at ou dot edu" at least one week before the desired seminar date (so that you can get on the departmental schedule). Seminar dates towards the end of the semester tend to fill up quickly, so reserve early! Unless you are a graduate student doing your required departmental seminar, your seminar need not fill the entire hour, nor be carefully polished. We encourage presentations (short or long) on works in progress!
|10/01/10||N/A||No seminar (OU/TX holiday)|
|10/06/10||SLS Practice Talks
1. Aaron Johnson
2. David Bodine
|Note: Wednesday in NWC 1350
1. Object-oriented clustering analysis of CAPS convective scale ensemble forecasts for the NOAA Hazardous Weather Testbed Spring Experiment: A first step toward optimal ensemble configuration for convective scale probabilistic forecasting, Abstract
2. High-resolution radar analysis during tornadogenesis from OU-PRIME on 10 May 2010, Abstract
|10/08/10||N/A||No seminar (SoM 50th Anniversary)|
|10/19/10||Ayano Ueki||Univ. of Tsukuba, Japan||
Numerical simulation of supercell tornadogenesis, Abstract
|10/22/10||Jili Dong||CAPS||Assimilation of Coastal WSR-88D Radar Observations with Ensemble Kalman Filter for Analysis and Forecast of Hurricane Ike (2008), Abstract|
|10/27/10||Karen Braun||SoM||A numerical study of the RFD and tornadocyclone region in the low levels of a supercell, Abstract. Note: Postponed until further notice|
|10/29/10||Bim Wood||NSSL||A New Parametric Model of Vortex Tangential-Wind Profiles: Development, Testing, and Verification, Abstract|
|11/05/10||Amy Harless||SPC/SoM||A Report and Feature-based Verification Study of the CAPS 2008 Storm-Scale Ensemble Forecasts for Severe Convective Weather, Abstract
Note: Starts at 2:30 p.m.
|11/12/10||Richard Carpenter||WDT||Ten Years of NWP at WDT, Abstract|
|11/19/10||Chad Shafer||SoM||On the Limitations of Discriminating Outbreaks of Severe Convection Part I: Ranking and Classifying Severe Weather Outbreaks, Abstract|
|11/26/10||N/A||No seminar (Thanksgiving vacation)|
|12/03/10||Fanyou Kong||CAPS||Storm-Scale Ensemble Forecast Study, Abstract|
|12/06/10||Robin Tanamachi||CIMMS/SoM||Multiple cyclic tornado production modes in the 5 May 2007 Greensburg, Kansas supercell storm, Abstract
Note: Monday, Dec. 6, 11:30 a.m., NWC 5930
|12/10/10||Chad Shafer||SoM||On the Limitations of Discriminating Outbreaks of Severe Convection Part II: Diagnosing Major Severe Weather Outbreaks, Abstract|
|12/17/10||N/A||No seminar (Finals week)|
For accommodations based on disability, or more details, please contact the School of Meteorology at 325-6561. Visitor parking is available for all University visitors. However, faculty/staff/students must have a current multi-purpose parking permit. Additional parking is available at the Lloyd Noble Center for those individuals who do not have a parking permit. OU ID must be presented at security desk.
For other NWC seminars, please visit the NWC Seminar Series page.
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