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Simulation of deep convective clouds under various meteorological and microphysical impacts

Kolloquium Corinna Hoose
Datum
27. Januar
Uhrzeit
11:00 Uhr – 12:00 Uhr
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Studio Villa Bosch
Schloß-Wolfsbrunnenweg 33
Heidelberg, 69118 Germany

By Prof. Dr. Corinna Hoose, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Deep convective clouds and the resulting heavy precipitation, hail, lightning and wind gusts can cause severe damage. Their forecasting with current numerical weather prediction models is a challenge, both because of limitations on spatial resolution and because of the low predictability of timing, location and properties of the storms. In numerical simulations, the impact of changes in meteorological (e.g. temperature, wind) and in microphysical conditions (e.g. aerosol particles acting as cloud condensation nuclei, strength of ice formation) can be investigated in sensitivity experiments, and I will show results for different cases and different variables of interest. However, for realistic cases, such sensitivity experiments become very costly or not feasible at all. For some applications, statistical emulation can be used as an approach to address this problem.

 

Curriculum vitae: 

  • Seit 01/2013: Professorin (W3) für Theoretische Meteorologie am IMK-TRO , Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
  • 04/2010-10/2016: Helmholtz-Nachwuchsgruppenleiterin am IMK-AAF , Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT)
  • 06/2008-03/2010: Postdoktorandin, University of Oslo , Norwegen, in der Gruppe von Jón Egill Kristjánsson 
  • 03/2008-05/2008: Postdoktorandin, IAC , ETH Zürich, Schweiz, in der Gruppe von Ulrike Lohmann 
  • 02/2005-02/2008: Doktorandin, IAC, ETH Zürich, Schweiz, in der Gruppe von Ulrike Lohmann
  • 10/1999-12/2004: Physikstudium, Universität Karlsruhe (jetzt KIT)

 

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