WORKSHOP ON MOVING AND ADAPTIVE MESHES FOR GLOBAL ATMOSPHERIC MODELLING

3-5 Sep 2018, University of Reading

The aim of the workshop on moving and adaptive meshes for global atmospheric modelling is to provide a forum to discuss the latest and emerging numerical methods for atmospheric modelling and related problems.

We in particular focus on adaptive and moving mesh methods for geophysical simulations, but other important aspects of numerical modelling will also be covered in the workshop.

Key Dates

  • Abstract submission deadline: 31 July 2018
  • Registration deadline: 29 Aug 2018
  • Workshop: 3-5 Sep 2018

Registration

Online registration is now closed. You are welcome to register onsite.

Programme

The final programme and abstracts are available below.

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Location

1L61 Meteorology Department, University of Reading (58 on campus map)

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Workshop dinner

There will be an icebreaker reception on 3rd Sep, and a workshop dinner on 4th Sep.

Both will be starting at 6pm, held at the Blandford's restaurant in the Park House (8 on campus map).

Accommodation

Rooms for the speakers are reserved in the University of Reading Halls of Residence on campus.

Please collect room keys from Park Group Reception, located on the ground floor of Windsor Hall (6 on halls map). Keys are available from 2.00pm and reception is staffed until 8.00pm. A phone is available outside of reception for late arrivals. Please use the hotline telephone which will put you through to a member of the security team who will give you your room key and direct you to your room.

Please contact the hall’s hotline for out of hours emergencies on +44 118 378 7777.

Self service breakfast is included in the accommodation, and provided at Eat at The Square from 07:30am until 09:00am (7 on campus map). Please mention at the till that you are part of the Meteorology workshop group.

Further details

For any queries, please contact Hiroe Yamazaki.

This workshop is sponsored by the Natural Environment Research Council.