Workshop on Eulerian / Lagrangian methods for cloud microphysics
Workshop on Eulerian vs. Lagrangian methods for cloud microphysics is aimed at bringing together researchers working on modelling cloud microphysics. It is a follow up event to the workshop organised in Warsaw in 2015.
The meeting is organised jointly by:
- Division of Computational Mathematics, Faculty of Math. and CS, Jagiellonian University (
- Institute of Geophysics, Faculty of Physics, University of Warsaw (
The workshop will take place in Cracow, Poland on April 15-17, 2019 (week after EGU GA in Vienna) in the ``Auditorium Maximum'' of the Jagiellonian University. Workshop website:
TOPICS AND FORMAT
The envisaged workshop topics range from formulation through implementation to validation of numerical models of aerosol, cloud and precipitation microphysics, and its interactions with turbulence, radiation, aqueous chemistry and atmospheric electricity.
The axis of the workshop is the juxtaposition of the Eulerian (bulk or bin) and the Lagrangian (particle-based) methods for modelling clouds.
The workshop will feature three types of sessions: full-length introductory lectures, short presentations as well as discussion panels on topics announced prior to the workshop.
REGISTRATION AND ABSTRACT SUBMISSION
To register for the workshop and submit talk/poster abstract, please use the online form. Abstract submission will be open till February 10th. Workshop programme will be announced in mid February. Registration fees (ca. 200 euro full fee, 50% discount for pre-PhD attendants presenting a poster) will be payable by mid March.
TRAVEL AND PRACTICALITIES
Practical information on visiting Cracow and the Jagiellonian University can be found here:
The workshop is planned to start on Monday at noon. Welcome reception is planned for Monday evening, while the poster session will be organised on Tuesday evening. The workshop will end at 1 pm on Wednesday.
For any further information, please contact Sylwester Arabas (email@example.com).
The workshop is organised in connection with the ``Cloud and atmospheric particulate matter microphysics: novel mathematical modelling approaches'' project (2018-2020) supported by the Foundation for Polish Science and hosted at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow.
Auditorium Maximum Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego
Krupnicza, Kraków, małopolskie, RP