6TH COSMO GENERAL MEETING 20 – 23 September 2005 Zurich

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6TH COSMO GENERAL MEETING 20 23 September 2005 Zurich Report from the Scientific Project Manager (SPM) Tiziana Paccagnella ARPA-SIM. Content. Scientific and technical activities will be presented by WP coordinators during their Overview Talks - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • 6TH COSMO GENERAL MEETING20 23 September 2005Zurich

    Report from the Scientific Project Manager (SPM) Tiziana PaccagnellaARPA-SIM

  • ContentScientific and technical activities will be presented by WP coordinators during their Overview Talks

    I will briefly go through major steps related to COSMO management and coordination during the past year:

    STC Meeting Warsaw - December 2004Work Packages Coordinators Meeting DWD, 3-4 May 200514th STC meeting DWD, 13 June 2005Work Packages Coordinators (SAC) Meeting Bologna, 1-2 September 2005

  • STC Meeting Warsaw - December 2004Approval of the new organization of the COSMO General MeetingOct 2004Sept. 2005Dec 2004

  • STC Meeting Warsaw - December 2004 Approval of the 2005 work packages From the minutes of the meeting:

    There are about 120 WPs, 5 of them without any human resources. Much work is devoted to the operational maintenance of the LM system in each COSMO Member State but there is a lack in resources for scientific development Oct 2004Sept. 2005Dec 2004

  • Work Packages Coordinators MeetingDWD, 3-4 May 2005Final decisions about the COSMO general meeting organizationAgenda WorkshopsScientific contributions

    1-day WG1 workshop to discuss the future strategy of COSMO about Data Assimilation

    COSMO Verification Package: a project is required

    Oct 2004Sept. 2005May 2005WPCMeetingDWD May2005

  • Work Packages Coordinators MeetingDWD, 3-4 May 2005 (2)Critical aspectslack of man power the solution is not easy to be found. A multi-component strategy must be designed to tackle the problem by different directions centralize some of the activities which are duplicate in the COSMO countries; this would allow to save human resources to be diverted on other activitiesTraining of new scientists also by means of a visiting scientists program DisciplineCOSMO scientists to do their best to respect the deadlines, to answer the mails, to circulate information etc.etc. Oct 2004Sept. 2005May 2005

  • Work Packages Coordinators MeetingDWD, 3-4 May 2005 (2)An updated overview of the skill of the model will be regularly presented by the WG5 Coordinator and discussed at every future WPC meeting

    Oct 2004Sept. 2005May 2005

  • 14th STC meeting DWD, 13 June 2005It is necessary to better organize COSMO activities to have a higher degree of efficiency in pursuing COSMO objectives.

    The weakness due to lack of human resources must be overcome concentrating man power on strategic priorities.

    Starting from 2006 a new organisation of the COSMO activities will be implemented and tested.Oct 2004Sept. 2005June2005

  • 14th STC meeting DWD, 13 June 2005STC defines COSMO strategy

    SAC (WP Coordinators + SPM) defines a preliminary list of projects fitting COSMO strategy

    General Meeting parallel sessions: collection of proposals and fine- tuning of projects

    SAC defines a priority list to be submitted to the decisions of STC

    STC selects a limited (one-digit) numbers of top priority projects

    WP coordinators identify Project Leaders

    Project Leaders prepare a detailed Project description and a clear project plan (project activities, human resources, milestones)

    STC gives the final approval of the projects

    STC members assigns human resources to the projectsOct 2004Sept. 2005June2005

  • COSMO SREPSBrainstorming at DWDDWD, 14 June 2005A brainstorming about the development of a new ensemble system for short-range (SREPS) based on LM was held at DWD. Participants: DWD staff and SPM

    Outcome of the meeting:COSMO-SREPS will see a strong cooperation with INM-Spain INM will include LM among the models (5 including LM) they are running nested in 4 different global models.

    Oct 2004Sept. 2005June2005

  • COSMO SREPSBrainstorming at DWDDWD, 14 June 20051) INM will run LM at 25-km grid for a large domain driven by GME, ECMWF, GFS and UKMO, and COSMO would use these four LM runs to drive the COSMO-SREPS at 10/7 km over the COSMO-LEPS domain. These runs would be performed at the ECMWF, and we would extract frames from the Spanish LM runs.2) Activity to develop perturbations on the model trajectories, e.g. stochastic physics, will be carried on. For this activity a cooperation will be possible both with INM and later probably also with UKMO. Oct 2004Sept. 2005June2005

  • Work Packages/Groups Coordinators (SAC) meetingDWD, 1-2 September 2005COSMO strategy: goals and perspectives presented and discusses Mathias Rotach will present on Thursday Preliminary list of proposed Top Priority Projects Tiziana Paccagnella will present on thursday

    Oct 2004Sept2005Sept. 2005

  • Work Packages/Groups Coordinators (SAC) meetingDWD, 1-2 September 2005The two FTE contributions from each COSMO member will be devoted to:

    Research and Development Priority Projects.

    Management of Support . Management of Support includes mainly activities carried on in Working Group 6

    Oct 2004Sept2005Sept. 2005

  • Andrea Raspanti will be the next WP coordinator of WG5 Verification

    On Thursday evening we will have a joint STC-SAC session

  • COSMO-LEPS products requested byHungarian metoffice Czech Met Service

    Cooperation with INM from HIRLAM Consortium on COSMO-SREPS

  • Welcome to our new colleagues from Rumenia and from other institutions participating to our COSMO meeting for the first time !!!!!

  • STC MeetingDWDJune 2005)Some OutcomesMay 2005WPCMeetingDWD May2005STCDecember 2004SACSeptember 2005

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