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Numerical Modeling, Predictability and Data Assimilation in Weather, Ocean and Climate
A Symposium Honoring the Legacy of Anna Trevisan
The Symposium will be held on October 17-20, 2017, at the Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate (ISAC) of the National Research Council of Italy (CNR), in Bologna.
The event aims to honor Anna’s scientific contributions and her impact on the atmospheric, oceanic and climate sciences. The sessions are open to all those scientists, students and colleagues who have worked with Anna in person, to those whose past and current research has been influenced by Anna’s work and by her personality, as well as to those who expect to gain future insights from the communications presented at this symposium.
Full details on the Symposium website: www.isac.cnr.it/Anna-Trevisan-Memorial-Symposium The Symposium will be structured along three thematic areas:
- Numerical modeling of the atmosphere and ocean Keynote Speaker: E. Kalnay (Un. of Maryland, USA)
Keynote Speaker: M. Ghil (ENS & UCLA, France & USA)
- Data Assimilation
Keynote Speaker: O. Talagrand (ENS & CNRS, France)
We welcome abstracts on any of the three areas and for either oral or poster contributions. The contributions will be published in a Special Issue of Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics subject to standard peer-review process.
Important dates: Deadline for registration September 15th (no fee).
The invited speakers of the Symposium are:
R. Benzi (Un. La Sapienza, Rome, Italy), M. Bocquet (ENPC, France), M. Bonavita (ECMWF), A. Buzzi (ISAC, CNR), P. Cessi (Scripps, USA), S. Corti (ISAC, Italy), V. Lucarini (Un. of Reading, UK), L. Palatella (Italy), T. Palmer (Un. of Oxford, UK), S. Penny (Un. of Maryland, USA), N. Pinardi (Un. of Bologna, Italy), R. Rotunno (NCAR, USA), L.A. Smith (LSE, UK), S. Tibaldi (CMCC, Italy), F. Uboldi (Italy) and S. Vannitsem (RMI, Belgium)
On behalf of the organizing and scientific committee: Alberto Carrassi, Michael Ghil, Eugenia Kalnay, Alberto Maurizi, Franco Prodi, Antonio Speranza and Olivier Talagrand.