Aviation | Events | AeroMetSci Webinars 2022 | RA II and RA V
Tuesday 7 June 2022 | Online via Zoom
for WMO Regional Associations II (Asia) and V (South-West Pacific)
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) Services Commission (SERCOM), in collaboration with the Research Board (RB) Aviation Research and Development Project 2 (AvRDP2), will convene a web-based seminar (‘webinar’) on 7 June 2022, 0400 to 0700 UTC, to showcase some of the latest state-of-the-art scientific and technological advances taking place in aeronautical meteorology in WMO Regional Associations II (Asia) and V (South-West Pacific).
The theme of the webinar is: “Scientific and technological innovation in observation and forecast of severe convection to enable service delivery transformation and improve aviation safety”.
The webinar will comprise a blend of pre-recorded video presentations and live panel discussions.
Concept Note (English only)
Information Note for Zoom (English only)
Official Announcement (English only)
|7 June 2022
|0400||Opening remarks||Ian LISK||President of SERCOM|
|HHMM||Predicting Convection Induced Turbulence with a Variable Resolution Atmospheric Model: Global Coverage with Regional Refinement||Xiaoming Bill SHI||Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)|
|HHMM||JMA's convection nowcast/forecast and its potential to support ATM||Michiko IKEDA*||Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA)|
|HHMM||New Zealand Rainfall Nowcasting System, RainCast||Iman SOLTANZADEH||MetService (New Zealand)|
|HHMM||Severe Convection Weather service for Massive Delay Response System in China||Wei ZHANG||TBC|
|HHMM||Improving observation and forecasting of the convective system over Indonesia tropical region||Edison KURNIAWAN||Badan Meteorologi, Klimatologi, dan Geofisika (BMKG, Indonesia)|
|HHMM||Forecasting of convection and its impact in Hong Kong, China||Sum Yee (Sharon) LAU*||Hong Kong Observatory (HKO)|
|HHMM||Impact of severe convection to aviation - now and looking into the future||Ping CHEUNG** and Lei GU**||Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) and Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC)|
|HHMM||ICAO and WMO response to user requirements for en-route meteorological hazards||Piers BUCHANAN*, Sum Yee (Sharon) LAU* and Matt STRAHAN*||UK Met Office (UKMO), Hong Kong Observatory (HKO) & National Weather Service (NWS)|
|HHMM||Airlines future requirements for en-route meteorological hazards||Matthieu DURAND-GOBERT||Air France on behalf of IATA|
|0600||Live panel discussion||Moderated by Kent JOHNSON||2nd vice-chair of the Standing Committee on Services for Aviation (SC-AVI)|
|0700||Close of webinar|
*Member of the Standing Committee on Services for Aviation (SC-AVI) and the Expert Team on Aeronautical Meteorological Hazards Science (ET-MHS)
**Member of the Standing Committee on Services for Aviation (SC-AVI) and Co-Lead of the Expert Team on Impacts of Climate Change and Variability on Aviation (ET-CCV)
Please CLICK HERE TO REGISTER (for free) to attend this webinar. The maximum number of attendees is 1,000.
THE CLOSING DATE FOR REGISTRATIONS IS 23 MAY 2022.
A Zoom link will be sent to registered attendees approximately one week prior to the webinar.
If you have any questions regarding the webinar, please contact the Organizing Committee via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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