ICMCS-X Poster Sessions

There are four poster sessions scheduled during the ICMCS-X conference.  The first one is  a joint session including all posters.  The subsequent session focus on posters categorized by subject matter and topic.

Tuesday, 16th September 2014
Poster Session 1: MCS, QPE & Data Assimilation
P1.1 Statistical and composite analyses of two types of mesoscale vortices over the Yangtze River Basin during the warm season Shenming Fu, Chinese
Academy of Sciences

P1.2 A Numerical Study of an Afternoon Convection Case in Taiwan under Weak Synoptic Forcing Shin-Hao Chen, National
Taiwan Normal Univ.
Chung-Chieh Wang

P1.3 Ensemble-based forecast sensitivity analysis and numerical experiments using summer intensive upper-air observation data for Changma rainfall event of South Korea in 2013 Hee-Wook Choi, National
Institute of Meteorological
Research, KMA

P1.4 Response of squall lines to low-level wind shear Masaki Kawada, Kyushu
Univ.
Tetsuya Kawano, Ryuichi
Kawamura

P1.5 The Use of Equitable Threat Score for Model Quantitative Precipitation Forecasts over Small Verification Areas: Its Issue and Correction Chung-Chieh Wang, National Taiwan Normal Univ.
P1.6 Role of low-level baroclinicity in the development of polar lows over the Sea of Japan Udai Shimada,
Meteorological Research
Institute, JMA
Akiyoshi Wada, Koji
Yamazaki, Naoko
Kitabatake

P1.7 Formation and maintenance of a stationary cloud cluster that brought the heavy rainfall over Jeollabuk-do on August 9, 2011 Uju Shin, Yonsei Univ.
Tae-Young Lee

P1.8 Characteristics and Environment of Polar Mesocyclones over the Sea of Japan as Revealed by an Automatic Objective Tracking Method Shun-ichi Watanabe, Univ. of
Tokyo
Hiroshi Niino

P1.9 The kinematic and microphysical characteristics and associated precipitation efficiency of subtropical convection during SoWMEX/TiMREX Wei-Yu Chang, National
Central Univ.
Wen-Chau Lee, Yu-Chieng
Liou

P1.10 Factors of model underestimation of snow fall over the Japan-Sea coastal areas in middle Japan: Comparison with observed precipitation particles Teruyuki Kato,
Meteorological Research
Institute, JMA
Hiroki Motoyoshi, Yoshinori
Yamada, Sento Nakai,
Masaaki Ishizaka

P1.11 NJU Realtime WRF model Forecasts and its Evaluation Kefeng Zhu, Nanjing Univ.
Peiling Fu, Ming Xue, Kun
Zhao

P1.12 Atmospheric boundary layer observations from the Meteorological Observation Tower at Boseong, Korea Yeonhee Kim, National
Institute of Meteorological
Research, KMA

P1.13 Modeling Studies of Landfalling Atmospheric Rivers and Orographic Precipitation over Northern California Sen Chiao, San Jose State Univ.
Arthur Eiserloh

Wednesday, 17th September 2014
Poster Session 2: Tropical Cyclone
P2.1 Case Studies of the Saharan Dust Outbreaks and Tropical Cyclogenesis Sen Chiao, San Jose State
Univ.
Diana Centeno

P2.2 Diagnostic evaluation of Hurricane WRF model sensitivity to microphysics and radiation parameterizations (8) Mrinal Biswas, UCAR
P2.3 The Tropical cyclone ExperiMental Program to Enable unmanned surface SysTems (TEMPEST) Pat Fitzpatrick, Mississippi
State University
Yee Lau, Justyna Nicinska,
Robert Moorhead, Alan
Leonardi, Adam Starke,
Russell Chadwick, Russell
Kincaid

P2.4 Effects of Environmental Wind and Thermodynamic Profiles on the Interaction of Binary Tropical Cyclones Wook Jang, Yonsei Univ.
Hye-Yeong Chun

P2.5 Monsoon depressions observed by Bangladesh radars Fumie Murata, Kochi Univ.
P2.6 Targeting observation using an observation ship(GISANG1) during typhoon season SeongHee Won, National
Institute of Meteorological
Research, KMA

P2.7 Modelling Cyclone Movement over the North Indian Ocean using a General Additive Model Mohammad Wahiduzzaman,
Univ. of Tasmania
Neil J Hlbrook, Simon
Wotherspoon

P2.8 Thermodynamic Control of Convective Organization during Tropical Cyclone Formation Zhuo Wang, Univ. of Illinois
P2.9 Forecasting a large number of tropical cyclone intensities around Japan using a high-resolution atmosphere-ocean coupled model Kosuke Ito, University of
Ryukyus
Tohru Kuroda

Poster Session 3: Observing Technology & Field Experiment
P3.1 QuantumWeatherÆ Mesonet A University-Business partnership Robert Pasken, St. Louis
Univ.
William Dannevik

P3.2 The NCAR 449-MHz Modular Wind Profiler Radar William Brown, NCAR
P3.3 Dual-wavelength humidity profiles and liquid water content retrievals using S-PolKa Scott Ellis, NCAR
P3.4 Engineering Overview and Testing of a 94 GHz, Airborne, Dual Polarization Cloud Radar Eric Loew, NCAR
Pei-Sang Tsai, Chris
Burghart, Jothiram
Vivekanandan, Scott Ellis,
Jonathan Emmett, Stephen
Rauenbuehler

P3.5 CentNet: A deployable 100-station network for surface exchange research Steve Oncley, NCAR
Steven R. Semmer, Thomas
W. Horst, John Militzer,
Gordon Maclean, Kurt
Knudson, Christopher
Golubieski, Stephen A. Cohn

P3.6 The Field Catalog - A Web-Based Tool to Support Field Experiments Greg Stossmeister, NCAR
John Allison, Erik Johnson,
Susan Stringer

P3.7 Tropical Convection Observed During the Hawaiian Educational Radar Opportunity (HERO) Michael M. Bell, Univ. of
Hawaii

P3.8 Feature of Polarimetric Radar Observations Related to Storm Initiation during SoWMEX/TiMREX Radiant Rong-Guang Hsiu,
National Taiwan Univ.
Ben J.-D. Jou, Wen-Chau Lee

P3.9 A Dense Observation Campaign of the Tokyo Metropolitan Area Convective Study for Extreme Weather Resilient Cities (TOMACS) Yoshinori Shoji,
Meteorological Research
Institute, JMA

P3.10 Development of New Porlarmetric Solid-State X-Band Radar : Examples for Fixed/Mobile Observation Shinichi Sano, Japan Radio
Co., Ltd
Satoshi Okawara, Ken
Okajima, Novoru Kawahara,
Koji Sassa, Katsuhiro Nagaya