NCAR-Foothills Lab, January 18-21, 2006
A subsidiary aspect which follows from the workshop organization is that it will serve as a means for distributing and sharing RICO primary and derived data. A data server will be available at the workshop, and those who bring adequate media (hard drives) can directly download data to bring back to their home institutions, which for very large data sets (i.e., the radar data, which is a couple of tera-bytes) should prove useful.
Several breakout rooms, with internet connectivity, and printer services will be provided for people to work in during the workshop, and we will try to observe common breaks and lunch times so as to foster discussion outside of particular groups. The hope is to create an operation center like atmosphere, although security issues with NCAR networks make this more difficult than originally anticipated. Further details will be provided on the first day. General questions about the workshop can be directed to Bjorn Stevens, for logistical questions contact Greg Stossmeister, for questions regarding Radar data an processing tools, contact Bob Rilling.
|0820||Goals and Logistics||Rauber/Stevens|
|0925||Data Status/Issues Forum||Stevens/Rauber (discussion leaders)|
|1020||Investigator Reports - I||Kollias, Vali, Brown/Able, Stevens, vanZanten, Zhao/Snodgrass, Krueger|
|1300||Investigator Reports -II||Knight, Goeke, Blyth/Lowenstein, Peter, Lasher-Trapp, Stith, Brenguier, Gerber|
|1530||Investigator Reports - III||Baker, Chuang, Hudson, Colon-Robles, Anderson, Mayol-Bracero, Thornton, Jensen, Rogers|
|1730||Adjourn for day|
|Thursday 1/19||no formal presentations planned (Breaks at 10:15 and 15:00, lunch at 12:00)|
|Friday 1/20||no formal presentations planned (Breaks at 10:15 and 15:00, lunch at 12:00)|
|1000||Reports||(based on identification of issues on first day)|
Meeting Room Information: The presentations will be given in the FL2 auditorium (FL2 1022). For Thursday through Saturday we have four break out rooms
Attendees with links to PDFs of Talks: Steve Abel (Met Office), Bruce Albrecht (Miami), Jim Anderson (Arizona State), Brad Baker (Spec), Shauna Bargus (Miami), Jen Bewley (Purdue), Alan Blyth (Leeds), Jean-Louis Brenguier (CNRM), Alan Brewer (NOAA/ETL), Phil Brown (Met Office), Frederic Brunet (CNRM), Marlie Colon-Robles (U of I), Patrick Chuang (Santa Cruz), Jennifer Davidson (U of I), Larry Di Girolamo (U of I), Scott Ellis (NCAR), Chris Fairall (NOAA/ETL), Graham Feingold (NOAA/ETL), Bart Geerts (Wyoming), Hermann Gerber (Gerber), Sabine Goeke (UofI), Colleen Henry (Purdue), Jim Hudson (DRI), Ieng Jo (Miami), Jorgen Jensen (NCAR), Charlie Knight (NCAR), Pavlos Kollias (Brookhaven), Steven Krueger (Utah), Sonia Lasher-Trapp (Purdue), Donald Lenschow (NCAR), Jason Lowenstein (Leeds), Olga Mayol-Bracero (Puerto Rico), Louise Nuijens (Wageningen/UCLA), Dennis O'Donnell (Wyoming), Nino Pavlenishvili (Wyoming), Justin Peters (Leeds), Dave Rogers (NCAR), Bob Rauber (U of I), Bob Rilling (NCAR), Pier Siebesma (KNMI), Jen Small (Santa Cruz), Eric Snodgrass (U of I), Bjorn Stevens (UCLA), Jeff Stith (NCAR), Donal Thornton (Drexel), Panu Trivej (UCLA) , Gabor Vali (Wyoming), Margreet van Zanten (KNMI), Steve Williams (NCAR), Guanyu Zhao (Uof I)