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InnSAR 2015

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Innsbruck Summer School of Alpine Research on Surface-Atmosphere Exchange over Mountainous Terrain
What
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When
Aug 23, 2015 12:00 AM to Aug 29, 2015 12:00 PM (Europe/Vienna / UTC200)
Where
Innsbruck (Austria)
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Surface-Atmosphere exchange processes play an essential role in a wide range of fields such as numerical weather prediction, climate modeling, glaciology, air pollution assessment and environmental modeling and hydrology. In complex mountainous terrain not only the models need to be adapted to slanting surfaces and inherently non-homogeneous conditions, also many observational techniques require special attention and process understanding must be revisited. InnSAR will provide state-of-the-art knowledge on these topics through lectures, excursions and hands-on student projects with a focus on:

  1. Planetary boundary layer processes in complex terrain
  2. Trace gas and aerosol exchange in mountainous region
  3. Mass and energy fluxes over snow and ice surfaces

 

The Summer School is organized by the Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics (IMGI) which is associated to University of Innsbruck (Austria) and its Center of Climate and Cryosphere.

Important Dates

  • Registration Start: January 2015
  • Registration Deadline: 15 May 2015
  • Notification of Acceptance: 01 June 2015
  • Booking Deadline: 15 June 2015
  • Summer School: 23 - 29 Aug 2015
  • ICAM 2015 starting immediately after the Summer School

Outline

  • Target group: PhD students and young researchers
  • Number of participants: limited to 20
  • Admission and group assignment: based on a letter of motivation
  • Fee: approx. EUR 600, covering board and lodging, some grants being likely available

Modules

  • Introductions on the topics (lectures)
  • Specific lectures on the topics
  • Key note evening lectures
  • Student projects (computer labs based on existing data)
  • Excursions to field sites and laboratories
  • Presentation and discussion of project outcomes

Lecturers

  • Mathias Rotach (IMGI)
  • Thomas Karl (IMGI)
  • Georg Kaser (IMGI)
  • Lindsey Nicholson (IMGI)
  • Martin Graus (IMGI)
  • Friedrich Obleitner (IMGI)
  • Andreas Held (Univ. Bayreuth; Germay)
  • C. David Whiteman (Univ. Utah, USA)
  • Stephan de Wekker (Univ. Virginia, USA)
  • John Pomeroy (Univ.of Saskatchewan,Canada)

Venue

The Summer School will be hosted at Grillhof which is an educational center close to Innsbruck.

The indicated fee includes accomodation in double rooms, breakfast, lunch and evening buffet, coffee served during morning and afternoon breaks. In context of lab and field excursions, IMGI as well as field sites in the lower Inn Valley and at glaciers will be visited. More detailed information will be announced soon.

Contact

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This text has been extracted on 21/11/2014 from the the InnSar webpage.

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