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Program and all abstracts are available below.



November 26

9:00-12:15 RSM plenary session in SOUSEI symposium Challenges toward Regional Climate Change Risk Prediction

Venue: Miyoshi Hall

9:00
Koji Dairaku
Probabilistic Climate Scenarios for Risk Assessment

9:20
Vasu Misra (invited)
Why is regional climate modeling critical for climate change projections?

9:45
Ryo Mizuta
High-resolution AGCM Modeling and Application for Future Projection

10:00
Xin-Zhong Liang (invited)
CWRF Optimized Physics Ensemble Improving Regional Climate Prediction

10:25
Akihiko Murata
Projection of future climate change over Japan using a high-resolution regional climate model

10:40
BREAK


11:00
Liqiang Sun (invited)
Deliver and Improve Climate Science for National Climate Assessment in the United States

11:25
Kei Yoshimura
Study on impact of the water resources management on projected future

change of drought

11:40
Tian Kuay Lim (invited)
Urban-scale assessment of thermal comfort stress and water resources risk in support of a climate-sensitive design for Singapore

12:05
Kazuhisa Tsuboki
Typhoon simulations using a coupled atmosphere-wave-ocean non-hydrostatic model

12:20
LUNCH BREAK in Guest House

13:30-17:00 Dynamical Downscaling for Climate (Chair: Liqiang Sun)

Venue: Seminar Room in 2F of Exhibition Square

13:30
Kei Yoshimura
Opening Remark
1
13:45
Nikolaus H. Buenning
Water isotope projections of the 21st century and how they relate to simulated changes in wind and precipitation patterns
2
14:00
Xuejie Gao
Application of RegCM over China
3
14:15
Suryun Ham
Assessment of Future Climate Changes over the East Asia due to the RCP scenarios downscaled by Regional Spectral Model
4
14:30
Linh Luu-Nhat
Climate prediction using NCEP Regional Spectral Model (RSM) for Vietnam
5
14:45
Mehwish Ramzan
Study of South Asian Climate and Added value of High Resolution Regional Spectral Model (RSM)
6
15:00
Abdoulaye SARR
Assessing Critical Climate Indices over West Africa Sahel under RCP8.5 Scenario from a Nesting Approach RCM/GCMs

15:15
BREAK

7
15:30
Liqiang Sun
Climate Downscaling Forecasts over Northeast Brazil: An Update
8
15:45
Asuka Suzuki-Parker
Uncertainty attribution in the multi GCM/RCM ensemble dynamical downscaling experiments for Japan
9
16:00
Tomohito J. Yamada
Extreme precipitation intensity in future climates based on the multi-GCMs with multi-RAMs
10
16:15
Yao Yao
An evaluation of WRF models simulation on the Antarctic climate with satellite observations
11
16:30
Fumiaki MORIYAMA
Several scheme sensitivity experiments in Eastern Asia by a regional climate model
12
16:45
Panduka Neluwala
Performance of High Resolution Ocean Atmosphere Coupled Model Downscaling over Sri Lanka
13
17:00
Hiroaki Kawase
Uncertainty of future changes in winter precipitation simulated by NHRCM ensemble experiments in Japan




November 27

Venue: Seminar Room in 2F of Exhibition Square

9:00-12:30 Model Development and Process Studies (Chair: Henry)
14
9:00
Hann-Ming Henry Juang
Developing Deep Atmospheric Dynamics
15
9:15
Song You Hong
Comparison of Nonhydrostatic and Hydrostatic Dynamical Cores in Two Regional Models with Spectral and Finite-Difference Methods
16
9:30
LIM Tian-Kuay
AN INTEGRATED ANALYSIS AND SIMULATION SYSTEM FOR URBAN HEAT ISLAND EFFECT AND WIND RISK ASSESSMENT IN SINGAPORE
17
9:45
Hyodae Seo
Coupled impacts of the diurnal cycle of sea surface temperature on the Madden-Julian Oscillation
18
10:00
Shyh Chen (on behalf of Chih-Hui Shiao)
Zoning Scheme Improvement for the Dynamically Downscaled Regional Climate Forecast System of CWB
19
10:15
Chenglai Wu
Modeling dust emission and transport over East Asia by WRF/Chem: sensitivity to dust emission schemes

10:30
BREAK

20
10:45
Din Amad Ud
1986 Snow Storm Simulation Using Regional Isotope Spectrum Model (IsoRSM) and Its Comparison with Cosmosiso Model
21
11:00
Mohan Kumar Das
Composite Characteristics of Mesoscale Convective Systems Observed by Radar, TRMM and Simulated by Model
22
11:15
Noriko N. ISHIZAKI
Precipitation extreme change due to global warming over the heavy snow region in Japan
23
11:30
FRANKLIN JOSEPH OPIJAH
RELEVANCE OF THE EMS-WRF MODEL IN DEKADAL RAINFALL PREDICTION OVER THE GHA REGION
24
11:45
Masahiro Tanoue
Precipitation and water vapor origins throughout Japan in winter by isotopes-incorporated Regional Spectral Model
25
12:00
MIDHUN MADHAVAN
Stable Water Isotopologues in Indian Summer Monsoon Rainfall: A comparison between SWING2 model simulations and observations

12:15
GROUP PHOTO

12:30
LUNCH BREAK in Guest House

13:30-17:30 Hands-On Lecture 1

18:00-20:00 Reception in Guest House




November 28

Venue: Seminar Room in 2F of Exhibition Square

9:00-10:45 Application Studies (Chair: Kei Yoshimura)
26
9:00
Xu Ying
Projected Flood Risks in China based on CMIP5
27
9:15
Kinya Toride
Toward Reconstruction of Historical Weather with Data assimilation: Present Day Experiments using Reanalysis Data
28
9:30
Vasu Misra
The impact of irrigation on the southeastern US climate
29
9:45
Shyh Chen
Fire Busting Weather Forecast
30
10:00
Kenshi Hibino
The Effect of Temporal and Spatial Averaging Scales in Climate Change Assessments
31
10:15
Yoshikazu Kitano
Spatial Change of Blocking Frequency and Extreme Events with Global Warming
32
10:30
Izuru Takayabu
Skillful time scale of climate model

10:45
BREAK


11:00-12:30 Tropical Cyclones (Chair: Hironori Fudeyasu)
33
11:00
Shota Yamasaki
How do tracks of tropical cyclone affect the distribution of heavy rainfall and strong winds?
34
11:15
Hiroaki YOSHIOKA
Large-scale influences on the formation of Typhoon LEEPI using observational data and ensemble downscale experiments
35
11:30
Sachie Kanada
Three dimensional evolution of an extremely intense tropical cyclone with the extraordinarily rapid intensification simulated by a 2-km mesh non-hydrostatic model: Numerical experiments of Typhoon IDA (T5822)
36
11:45
Tetsuya Takemi
Regional-Scale Simulations of High-Impact Tropical Cyclones for the Assessments of Meteorological Hazards from a Worst-Case Scenario
37
12:00
MASAYA KATO
Numerical study of typhoons in 2012 and 2013 using a coupled atmosphere-wave-ocean non-hydrostatic model
38
12:15
Yunfei Zhang
Numerical Simulation of Typhoons in the Northwestern Pacific using a Coupled OceanAtmosphereWave Modeling System

12:30
LUNCH BREAK in Guest House

13:30-15:00 ES2 Site Visit

15:00-18:00 Hands-On Lecture 2




November 29

9:00- Technical Tour (Details TBD)