The Fifth Convection-Permitting Modeling Workshop 2021 (CPM2021)

High-Resolution Climate Modeling and Hazards

Poster Session

Poster number shows "Category-poster number (Core time No.)"

ex. En1-01(1,2)

  • En : Ensemble based on high-resolution modeling
  • 01 : Poster number
  • (1, 2) : Participation Core time 1 & 2


  • En : Ensemble based on high-resolution modeling
  • G : Toward Global CPMs
  • A : Advancements in high-resolution regional and global climate modeling
  • EE : Extreme events and hazards assessments

Core time (UTC)

  1. Sep. 10, 1:00-3:00
  2. Sep. 10, 09:00-11:00
  3. Sep. 10, 15:00-17:00
Poster No. Title
Name (Affilliation)

Performance of a Convection-permitting Model in Simulating the Rainfall in Malaysia

  • Jing Xiang Chung (Universiti Malaysia Terengganu)

Identification and prediction of drought using large ensemble of 5km d4PDF over Hokkaido

  • Sourabh Shrivastava (Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University)

Synthesized projection of probable rainfall using huge ensemble climate datasets and observation

  • Keita Shimizu (Hokkaido University)

Analysis for rainfall-temperature relationship using 5-km and 20-km resolution massive ensemble climate datasets

  • Tsuyoshi Hoshino (Hokkaido University)

Frequency of line-shaped rainbands around Northern Japan by machine learning classification using large ensemble data

  • Yuta Ohya (Hokkaido University)

Representation of heatwaves from an ensemble of km-scale regional climate models within CORDEX-FPS Convection

  • Lorenzo Sangelantoni (CETEMPS - University of L'Aquila)

Change in summertime extreme high-temperature in Japan with global warming and its regional differences

  • Rui Ito (Japan Meteorological Business Support Center)

Examining climate change impacts on heavy snowfall in Hokkaido using large ensemble simulations

  • Sho Kawazoe (Hokkaido University)

FUTURE-DRAINAGE -- Delivering high-resolution information on extreme precipitation projections from UKCP Local to stakeholders

  • Steven C. Chan (Newcastle University)

Review of dynamical downscaling techniques for assessing regional climate change

  • Sachiho A. Adachi (RIKEN)

On the added value of the CORDEX FPS-Convection multi-model ensemble simulations over the Alps

  • Joao Antonio Martins Careto (Institut Dom Luiz, Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon)

ULTIMATE (ULTra sIte for Measuring Atmosphere of Tokyo metropolitan Environment) project

  • Masaki Satoh (The University of Tokyo)

Spatio-temporal representation of the Amazonian mesoscale convective systems by the Non-hydrostatic Icosahedral Atmospheric Model (NICAM)

  • Amanda Rehbein (University of Sao Paulo)

Added value of a convection-permitting model in simulating East Asian Summer Monsoon precipitation

  • Puxi Li (Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, China Meteorological Administration)

Regional climate modeling of the diurnal cycle of precipitation and associated atmospheric circulation patterns over an Andean glacier region (Antizana, Ecuador)

  • Clementine Junquas (IGE / IRD)

Nonstationary precipitation extreme distributions associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation using ensembles from the UKCP Convective-Permitting Model

  • Kwok Pan Chun (Hong Kong Baptist University)

Preliminary results of convection-permitting physics ensemble simulations over Southeastern South America

  • Martin Feijoo (CIMA - CONICET - UBA)

Short-Term NWP Forecast and Regional Climate Modeling Evaluation in Convective Permitting Simulations of Weather and Climate Events in El Salvador with the Weather Research and Forecasting Model

  • Maria del R. Lourdes Mendoza Fierro (University of Arizona)

Convection permitting simulation of summer precipitation over the Tibetan Plateau

  • Yanhong Gao (Fudan University)

Cloud resolving simulation for the nocturnal precipitation over the Himalayas

  • Shiori Sugimoto (Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology)

Diurnal cycle of local-scale precipitation in northern Thailand simulated by CPMs

  • Noriko N. Ishizaki (NIES)

Sensitivity of precipitation intensity and frequency to the land surface resolution in explicit convection climate simulations over South Asian region

  • Rakesh Teja Konduru (Tokyo Metropolitan University, Department of Geography)

Diagnosing Changes in North American Monsoon Precipitation and Moisture Sources in Response to Climate Warming using Convection Permitting Models

  • Brendan Wallace (University at Albany, SUNY)

Simulating the deep convection hotspots in the African rainbelt

  • Neil Hart (University of Oxford)

How large the impact of bottom boundary condition for land surface process?

  • Chieko Suzuki (JAMSTEC)

The Convection-Permitting Third Pole (CPTP) CORDEX Flagship Pilot Study

  • Andreas Franz Prein (National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR))

Cumulus parameterization scheme for gray zone

  • Masato Sugi (Meteorological Research Institute)

Influence of sub-mesoscale topography on daytime precipitation associated with thermally driven local circulations over a mountainous region

  • Seiya Nishizawa (RIKEN Center for Computational Science)

New critical length for the onset of self-aggregation of moist convection

  • Tomoro Yanase (Kyoto University)

A study on the impact of advection schemes on convergence of convective updraft ensembles with respect to the grid spacing

  • Yuta Kawai (RIKEN Center for Computational Science)

Analytical Land-Vegetation-Atmosphere coupled model to investigate soil moisture bimodality.

  • Abhinav Dengri (Hokkaido Univeristy)

Climate attribution study of a deep moist convection: the Copenhagen case of July 2011

  • Dominic Matte (University of Copenhagen)

Climate change impacts on extreme rainfall in East Africa in a convection-permitting climate model

  • Sarah Chapman (University of Leeds)

Future Projections of Extreme Sub-Hourly Precipitation Events over Europe in Kilometer-Scale Climate Simulations

  • Alzbeta Medvedova (University of Innsbruck)

Retrospective sub-seasonal forecasting of extreme convective events in the Arabian Peninsula using convective-permitting regional climate modeling

  • Christopher L. Castro (The University of Arizona)

Extreme Precipitation in ERA5 downscaling over Taiwan

  • Chao-Tzuen Cheng (NCDR)

Changes in Wind Shear and Moisture Strongly Modulate Future Mesoscale Convective System Precipitation

  • Erin Dougherty (NCAR)

Evaluation of extreme precipitation in convection-permitting climate simulations with COSMO-CLM for Germany

  • Susanne Brienen (Deutscher Wetterdienst)

Comparison of simulations of precipitations over Kyushu in Baiu season with regional climate models with grid spacing from kilometer to sub-kilometer

  • Shin Fukui (Tohoku University)

Future Changes of a Slow-moving Intense Typhoon with Global Warming: A Case Study using a regional 1-km-mesh atmosphere-ocean coupled model

  • Sachie Kanada (Nagoya University)

Hazardous thunderstorms in the Lake Victoria basin

  • Jonas Van de Walle (KU Leuven)

An identification of atmospheric fronts by image analysis of surface weather maps

  • Maki Miyamoto (Hokkaido University)

Responses of precipitation on environmental temperature increase for extreme rainfall events

  • Yasutaka Wakazuki (Ibaraki University)

Multi-model and multi-initial-condition ensemble experiment for the future assessment of Typhoon Hagibis

  • Kenshi Hibino (The University of Tokyo)

Resolving the influence of local flows on urban heat amplification during heatwaves

  • Jason Evans (UNSW)

Convection-permitting regional climate simulation of warm-season hot extremes in southeastern China

  • Yali Luo (Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences)

Extreme windstorms and sting-jets in convection-permitting climate simulations over Europe

  • Colin James Manning (Newcastle University)

The Spatial Relationship between Precipitable Water Vapor Derived from Consideration of Delay effects in GPS and Streaky Clouds in Downstream of the Ishikari River Basin in Hokkaido

  • Dan Hashimoto (Graduate School of Engineering Hokkaido University)

A heavy snowfall case in January 2021 in the Niigata Prefecture and development of snow hazard forecast and alert systems in the SIRC

  • Sento Nakai (National Research Institute for Earth Science and Disaster Resilience)

A framework for complex flood simulation by surge, wave, rainfall and sewer backflow in coastal urban areas

  • Junbeom Jo (Kumamoto University)

The effect of ocean tides on the weather over Great Britain

  • Alex Arnold (Met Office)

Comparison of PMP Estimates under climate change in Solo River: Towards creationg an ensemble of worst-case precipitation scenarios

  • Ralph Allen Elpa Acierto (ICHARM, PWRI)

Extreme weather event management through integrated climate modeling and computer vision-based disaster assessment

  • Thomas Y. Chen (Academy for Mathematics, Science, and Engineering)