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Tuesday 5 December 2023 | Online via Zoom

for WMO Regional Associations II (Asia) and V (South-West Pacific)


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Introduction

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 5 December 2023, 0600 to 0900 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 turbulence and airframe icing to enable service delivery transformation and improve aviation safety”.

Webinar Information

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

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REGISTRATION

Registration for the webinar is now closed.

Provisional Programme

5 Dec 2023 
Time (UTC)
Title (tentative) Speaker Affiliation
0600 Opening remarks Andrea Henderson Co-Vice-Chair of SC-AVI
0604 The WAFS probabilistic version of the airframe icing and turbulence forecast 
Abstract
Piers Buchanan Met Office, UK
0615 The ICAO Hazardous Weather Information Service (HWIS)
Abstract
Clemens Weidemann Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD), Germany
0625 Climate change impacts on turbulence
Abstract
Dr Paul Williams University of Reading, UK
0637 Development of NWP-based Icing Forecast
Abstract
Hyuk Je Lee Korea Meteorological Administration (KMA), Republic of Korea
0649 Break
0652 Overview of turbulence and icing analysis/forecasts development
Abstract
Michiko Ikeda Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA), Japan
0704 Detection and alerting of low-level wind shear and turbulence
Abstract
Cheung Ping Hong Kong Observatory (HKO), Hong Kong, China
0716 A case study of upper-level near-cloud turbulence
Abstract
Dragana Zovko-Rajak Bureau of Meteorology, Australia
0726 Objective Estimation of Atmospheric Turbulence using Aircraft-Based Observation and Unmanned Aerial Vehicle
Abstract
Dr Soo-Hyun Kim Seoul National University (SNU), Republic of Korea
0738 Global Climatology of Upper-Level Turbulence Revealed in the Reanalysis and Future Climate Model Data
Abstract
Dr Jung-Hoon Kim Seoul National University (SNU), Republic of Korea
0751 Break
0800 Live panel discussion Moderated by Andrea Henderson Co-Vice-Chair of SC-AVI
0900 Close of webinar

Webinar summary

The summary of the webinar consisting of an overview of presentations and a summary of the key points of the panel discussion will be available here in due course.

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Contact Us

If you have any questions regarding the webinar, please contact the Organizing Committee via email: aviation@wmo.int

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