The Program Committee invited key experts to give invited lectures (45 min) and presentations (30 min) on new findings and directions of research development. A limited number of papers will be selected for oral presentation at the conference (15 min.). The main number of reports will be presented in the form of short oral presentations (5 min.). Full materials of short oral presentations will be presented in poster sections. Those who wishing to make an invited report should first contact the chairman of the conference E.P. Gordov. (gordov[AT]scert.ru).
School and Conference Format
The school will be held in the classroom format, and some lectures will be presented to the audience via videoconference.
The conference is planned in a mixed format: speeches in the hall and in the online format.
The working languages of the CITES conference are Russian and English. The possibility of simultaneous translation into English will be worked out by the Organizing Committee.
Presentations and posters are recommended in English, since they will, in agreement with the authors, be posted on the conference website, and the potential audience of these materials is international. The choice of the language of the oral text is at the participants' discretion.
Applications for the school and/or the conference are welcome at https://citesconf.ru/2023/.
Those who wish to participate should indicate the appropriate point on the updated CITES-2023 Participant Form.
- I.A. Repina (IAP RAS) — Monin-Obukhov Similarity Theory: History, Application, Development
- Academician V.A. Semenov (IAP RAS) — Models of general atmospheric circulation for diagnostics and predictability of weather anomalies
- V.M. Stepanenko (RCC MSU) — Numerical Modelling of Heat and Moisture Exchange and Carbon Cycle in the Active Land Layer
- M.A. Tolstykh (INM RAS, Hydrometcentre of Russia) — Multiscale atmospheric models and their applications
- I. Ezau (TyumSU) — Integration of High Resolution Models and Data for Environment Control in Smart City (online)
- С. Danilov (AWI) — Ocean models on unstructured grids, basic discretizations, and major problems (online)
- A.A. Baklanov (WMO) — Integrated modeling of coupled weather, climate, air quality changes for sustainable development of Arctic and northern cities and regions under conditions of global climate change (online)
- D.B. Kiktev (Hydrometcentre of Russia) — Development of early warning systems for weather and climate risks on time scales from sub-hourly to seasonal
Theme of practical training: numerical modeling of direct and inverse relations in the system atmosphere - active layer.
School participants in small groups (2-3 people) will be offered a set of tasks focused on studying the mathematical foundations and software implementation of parametrizations of geophysical processes separately and within a three-dimensional hydrodynamic model of the atmosphere. The special attention will be given to computational aspects of integration of parameterizations of physical processes into the atmospheric model, analysis and interpretation of results of reproduction of circulation in the lower troposphere on medium-term and subseasonal time scales.
Practical sessions will be conducted by V.Yu. Bogomolov (IMCES SB RAS), R.Yu. Fadeev (INM RAS), D.S. Gladskikh (IAP RAS), E.V. Mortikov (RCC MSU), V.M. Stepanenko (RCC MSU), S.V. Travova (Hydrometcenter of Russia).