The 2021 Bureau of Meteorology Annual research and development workshop will be held online from the 8th – 11th of November.
From the South Pole and the southern oceans through cities, farmland and deserts to the tropical rainforests, the Bureau of Meteorology provides valuable services for a vast range of climates. Each climate zone comes with forecasting challenges: from predicting sea ice coverage to preparing communities for extreme weather events, drought, flood, fire, cyclone and hail.
The Bureau's vision is to provide seamless and targeted services across all time scales from past observations to multi-decadal climate projections. Delivering on that vision, through a range of products that meet our customers' diverse needs requires national partnerships with industries and academia, and international collaborations across multi disciplinary science.
One year into the 10 year R&D Plan, this workshop will celebrate the research and innovation and the partnerships that enable us to provide:
The workshop aims to bring together experts from across these fields to discuss the latest scientific innovations and how we can work together to provide the Australian and international community with improved services and decision-making capabilities, resulting in greater impact and value. The workshop is open to all and attendees are invited to contribute to the poster session. Talks will be solicited from Australian and international experts across the range of disciplines. There will be prizes awarded to three poster presenters.
Please follow linked documents for detailed information:
Dr Martin Singh (Monash University, Australia)
Dr Eunpa Lim (Bureau of Meteorology, Australia)
Dr Stefan Zieger (Bureau of Meteorology, Australia)
Dr Estel Cardellach (Instituto de Ciencias del Espacio, Spain)
Dr Stephen English (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, UK)
Dr Julie Demuth (National Centre for Atmospheric Research, USA)
Dr Blair Trewin (Bureau of Meteorology, Australia)
Dr Tanya Fiedler (University of Sydney Business School, Australia)
Dr Alison Stirling (Met Office, UK)
Dr Andreas Becker (Deutscher Wetterdienst, Germany)
Prof Francisco Doblas-Reyes (Barcelona Supercomputing Centre, Spain)
Dr Doerte Jakob (Bureau of Meteorology, Australia)
Mike Davidson (Australian Energy Market Operator, Australia)
Prof Hartmut Bösch (University of Leicester, UK)
Dr Richard Engelen (Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Services, European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, UK)
Prof Sue Grimmond (University of Reading, UK)
Prof John Abatzoglou (University of Idaho, USA)
Prof Simon Dadson (Center for Ecology and Hydrology, UK)
A/Prof Marta Yebra (Australian National University, Australia)
Prof Greg McFarquhar (University of Oklahoma, USA)
Dr Sonya Fiddes (University of Tasmania, Australia)
Dr Antje Weisheimer (European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, UK)
Dr Tim Graham (Met Office, UK)