HAIC-HIWC Science Team Meeting November 2015

HAIC-HIWC Science Team Meeting
9-12 November 2015, Bureau of Meteorology, 700 Collins St, Melbourne, Australia


Meeting Presentations

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Monday, November 9, 2015

Time Item Discussion Lead(s)
Session 1. Chair: Rodney Potts
8:30 Introductions and Welcome Peter May, BoM
Continuation of Research Updates
8:50 Ice Crystal Related Research Jeanne Mason, Boeing
9:15 Ice Crystal Icing Rulemaking Tom Bond, FAA
9:40 HAIC/HIWC International Field Campaigns Summary Fabien Dezitter, Airbus, Tom Ratvasky, NASA
10:05 Preliminary Assessment of Appendix D/P Total Water Content from In-Situ Measurements of Deep Convective Clouds from the HAIC-HIWC Darwin-2014 Flight Campaign Walter Strapp, Met Analytics Inc.
10:30 Tea/coffee break  
Session 2. Chair: Walter Strapp
10:45 On the Origin of High Altitude High Ice Water Content Regions in Oceanic Deep Convection Alexei Korolev, Environment Canada
11:10 HAIC/HIWC: High IWC regions- Particle Size Distributions from in-situ measurements Alfons Schwarzenboeck, LaMP
11:35 W-band measurements of the HIWC environment Alain Protat, BoM, Julien Delanoe
12:00 Lunch  
Session 3. Chair: Alain Protat
13:30 Understanding convectively-induced turbulence hazards using high-resolution models Todd Lane, Melbourne Univ.
13:55 Research In Applications for Commercial Pilot's Radar Steve Harrah, NASA
14:20 Satellite Identification/Nowcasting of HIWC - North American work Chris Yost, NASA
14:45 SP3: Space-Borne Observation & Nowcasting of High IWC Regions - European work
Julien Delanoe,
LATMPS/IPSL
15:10 The Algorithm for the Prediction of HIWC Areas (ALPHA) Julie Haggerty, NCAR
15:20 SP3: Space-Borne Observations & Nowcasting of High IWC Regions Fabien Dezitter, Airbus
15:35 Tea/coffee break  
Session 4. Chair: Rodney Potts
15:50 Parameterizations of HIWC PSDs for modeling Greg McFarquhar, Univ. Illinois
16:15 Constraining microphysics parameterizations in models with HIWC/HAIC-­‚ÄźDarwin observations Adam Varble
16:40 A new framework for cumulus parametrisation - How can observations help? Christian Jakob, Monash Univ.
17:05 End of Day's Meetings  


 

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Time Item Discussion Lead(s)
DARWIN-2014 campaign
chairs: Walter Strapp, Alfons Schwarzenboeck
8:30 Introductions and Welcome May
8:45 Overview of plans for the week, Review of today's agenda Strapp, Potts, Protat
9:00 A refined, objective approach for characterizing ICI event conditions and application to Appendix D data collection Grzych
10:00 Tea/coffee break  
Brief Status of remaining Darwin data sets (brief description of work, current availability, projected completion date, questions)
10:15 Darwin PSD data set Schwarzenboeck
10:35 RASTA Darwin dataset status Delanoe, Protat
Review of Archive of completed data sets
10:50 Darwin LaMP archive Schwarzenboeck
11:10 BOM HAIC-HIWC Data archive Potts
11:25 NASA Langley Satellite Products and Archive Nguyen
11:40 NCAR Data Archive Haggerty
12:00 HAIC-HIWC partnership update Schwarzenboeck, Strapp
12:30 lunch (provided by BoM)  
13:30 HAIC/HIWC International Field Campaign – Data sharing principals Strapp, Schwarzenboeck
Bullet-form research Updates - (main research talks on seminar day)
13:45 An Investigation into Location and Convective Lifecycle Trends in an Ice Crystal Icing Engine Event Database Bravin, Strapp, Mason
13:55 Boeing research update Grzych
14:05 Strapp HAIC-HIWC Research Update Strapp
14:15 Darwin PSD microphysics results Schwarzenboeck
14:25 Environment Canada research update Korolev
14:35 High Ice Water Content Research Update (BOM) Protat
14:45 W-band radar research update Delanoe
14:55 NASA LaRC satellite research update Yost
15:05 Update on Preliminary Observations of Windscreen and Turbulence Levels During Flight in High Ice Water Content Conditions Ratvasky
15:15 Tea/coffee break  
15:30 Description of the Data Collected, the Visualization Tools Utilized, and the Statistical Properties of the Radar Reflectivities Observed by the X-band, Airborne, Weather Radar during the 2015 HAIC-HIWC Flight Campaign Harrah
15:40 Update on ALPHA Performance for Darwin 2014 Cases Haggerty
15:50 HAIC satellite retrievals techniques and correlations with Darwin campaign data TBD
16:00 Modeling update, NASA GISS TBD
16:10 RDT update TBD
16:20 University of Utah Research Update: Future Work Varble
16:30 Parameterizations of HIWC/HAIC PSDs for modeling McFarquhar
16:40 Time overrun and/or open for discussion  
17:15 End of Day's Meetings  


 

Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Time Item Discussion Lead(s)
CAYENNE-2015 Campaign
chairs: Alfons Schwarzenboeck, Walter Strapp
8:30 Review of agenda Schwarzenboeck
Cayenne-2015 Campaign Review
8:40 Overview of Cayenne-2015 Campaign, including Falcon-20 and HWL 757 accomplishments Dezitter
9:10 Overview of Canadian Convair-580 program and accomplishments Korolev, Wolde
Cayenne-2015 Data set status, Falcon-20 (current status and timeline for completion)
9:30 SAFIRE data set TBD
9:45 IKP2 Data Processing, Cayenne 2015 Strapp
10:15 Tea/coffee break  
10:30 Cayenne PSD data set Schwarzenboeck
11:00 Cayenne ROBUST data set Schwarzenboeck
11:10 Status of F20 Belly-Mounted Hot-Wire Data, Cayenne 2015 Strapp, Lilie
11:20 RASTA Cayenne dataset status Delanoe
11:35 Update on Video Imaging Data Sets Ratvasky
11:45 Description of the Radar Data Collected, the Visualization Tools Utilized, and the Statistical Properties of the Radar Reflectivities Observed by the X-band, Airborne, Weather Radar during the 2015 HAIC-HIWC Flight Campaign Harrah
Cayenne-2015 Data set status, continued, Convair-580 current status and timeline for completion)
11:55 IKP2 data set and background humidity Korolev
12:25 Time overrun  
12:30 lunch (provided by BoM)  
13:30 PSD data set Korolev
14:00 Robust probe data and other hot wires Korolev
14:15 Cayenne-2015 Data set status, NRC CV580 - Radar Data Wolde
14:30 Cayenne-2015 Data set status, NRC CV580 - Pilot Radar Wolde
14:40 Cayenne-2015 Data set status, NRC CV580 - Lidar and GVR Wolde, Korolev
14:55 Cayenne-2015 Data set status, NRC CV580 - Aircraft In-situ data Wolde
15:10 Tea/coffee break  
Cayenne-2015 Data set status, HWL 757 (current status and timeline for completion)
15:25 Cayenne 2015 - HWL RDR4000 Dataset Dezitter
Other Cayenne-2015 data sets
15:40 Cayenne 2015 – Ground Weather Radar data availability Dezitter
15:55 Cayenne 2015 – Lightning Strike Data Dezitter
16:10 NASA LaRC Archive Cayenne 2015 Nguyen
16:25 NCAR Data Archive Haggerty
16:40 Time overrun and/or open for discussion  
17:30 End of Day's Meetings  


 

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Time Item Discussion Lead(s)
HAIC-HIWC General Discussions
chair: Fabien Dezitter and Break-out Meetings
8:15 Review of agenda Dezitter
HAIC-HIWC General Discussions
8:30 HAIC-HIWC publication update, HIWC HAIC Publication List Strapp, Schwarzenboeck
9:30 NASA High Ice Water Content (HIWC) 2015 Radar Flight Campaign Overview Ratvasky
10:00 Flight Test Demonstrator HAIC, Indonesia 2016 Dezitter
10:30 Tea/coffee break  
10:45 Satellite & Nowcasting Workshop 27-­28 October 2015 Haggerty
11:15 Beyond HAIC Dezitter
11:30 Next Science Team and other HAIC-HIWC Meetings all
11:45 Time overrun and/or open for discussion  
12:00 lunch  
Break-out meetings, Room 2 (see also parallel breakout in Room 1 below)
13:00 Breakout #1: HAIC-HIWC data archives  Haggerty
13:40 Breakout #2: Promoting collaborative research in the HAICHIWC team: opportunities with W-band radar data set (open to HAIC-HIWC Science Team) Protat, Delanoe
14:20 Breakout #3: New modeling activities ( open to HAIC-HIWC Science Team): "Controls on phase composition and ice water content in a convection permitting model," Charmaine Franklin, 30 mins; “Feasibility of Modeling HIWC Conditions with the Terminal Area Simulation System," 10-minutes discussion Varble, Franklin, Proctor
15:30 Tea/coffee break  
15:45 available for breakout or research talk TBD
16:15 available for breakout or research talk TBD
16:45 available for breakout or research talk TBD
Break-out meetings, Room 1 (see also parallel breakout in Room 2 above)
13:00 available for breakout or research talk TBD
13:40 available for breakout or research talk TBD
14:20 available for breakout or research talk TBD
15:30 Tea/coffee break  
15:45 Breakout #5: PSD intercomparison meeting (by invitation) EC, LaMP, U.Ill.
18:00 End of Day's Meetings  


Friday, November 13, 2015

Time Item Discussion Lead(s)
Break-out meetings, Room 2 (see also parallel breakout in Room 1 below)
8:00 available for breakout or research talk  
9:00 available for breakout or research talk  
10:15 Tea/coffee break  
10:30 Breakout #6: HAIC-HIWC Executive Team meeting (by invitation) Dezitter, Bond
12:00 Lunch (please use local restaurants)  
13:30 Breakout #6: HAIC-HIWC Executive Team meeting, continued (by invitation) Dezitter, Bond
15:00 Tea/coffee break  
15:15 Breakout #6: HAIC-HIWC Executive Team meeting, continued(by invitation) Dezitter, Bond
Break-out meetings, Room 1 (see also parallel breakout in Room 2 above)
8:00 available for breakout or research talk  
9:00 Breakout #7: Data sharing for Cayenne campaign (private) Korolev, Wolde
10:15 Tea/coffee break  
10:30 available for breakout or research talk  
12:00 Lunch  
13:30 available for breakout or research talk  
15:00 Tea/coffee break  
15:15 available for breakout or research talk  
16:15 available for breakout or research talk