Up Next, (11th June): Natalie Theeuwes
If you would like to present at one of the available slots, please contact Michael Johnston (email@example.com) or Will McIntyre (firstname.lastname@example.org).
|1||23 Apr 2019||Jian-Feng Gu
Intensification variability of tropical cyclones in directional shear flows
|2||30 Apr 2019
Secondary Cyclones and Cyclone families across the North Atlantic and Europe
|3||7 May 2019||None|
|4||14 May 2019||Will McIntyre
Modelling grey-zone dry convection with the multi-fluid model
|5||21 May 2019||None|
|6||28 May 2019||Visiting Scientist Intros from PhDs
Dr. Cecilia Bitz is visiting from University of Washington, short introduction presentations from PhD group members
|7||4 Jun 2019||Bring a Plot|
|8||11 Jun 2019||Natalie Theeuwes
London’s boundary layer and cloud cover
|*CANCELLED*||25 Jun 2019||Victoria Sinclair (Visiting scientist from the University of Helsinki)|
The Mesoscale Group is comprised of academic staff, postdoctoral researchers, PhD students, and Met Office researchers who share common research interests in mesoscale weather processes and systems. The mesoscale occupies a horizontal length-scale range from approximately 1–1000 km. As a result, it includes many phenomena. For example, individual convective storms, gravity waves and cyclones.
Specific research interests within the group are diverse and include:
Much of this work is done in close collaboration with Met Office staff in the Mesoscale Modelling Research Group, part of the MetOffice@Reading.
Group Leader: Prof. Sue Gray
Student Leaders: Michael Johnston and Will McIntyre