The annual WRF users' event will take place at the NCAR's Center Green Campus, Boulder, Colorado, on 21 - 25 June 2010
June 22 - 24: The 11th WRF Users' Workshop
June 21 (Monday afternoon): Fundamentals of WRF Physics (Part 1: Microphysics)
June 25 (Friday morning): Instructional Sessions
Papers focusing on WRF model development and testing are solicited, particularly in the area of model numerics and physics, model verification, regional climate, high-impact weather, hurricanes, regional climate, data assimilation, ensemble forecasting and atmospheric chemistry. Authors may request either an oral or poster presentation. We encourage authors to consider submission for poster presentation due to time constrains for oral sessions.
To submit an abstract please go to the registration page.
Workshop schedule will be posted on the web by June 4.
Short tutorial sessions will be offered for:
Coupling WRF to Other Models,
In addition to the Developer Forum (or Q&A Session) during the workshop, WRF helpdesk will open for several sessions for users to discuss their special issues with developers.
All workshop activities will be finished by noon Friday, 25 June 2009.
Short abstract submission: 3 May
Extended abstract submission: 10 June
Early registration ends: 4 June
Late registration begins: 5 June
After 4 June 2010: No refunds for cancellations
All workshop presentations and abstracts will be published on the web (you may indicate that you do NOT want us to publish your materials, when you submit it). Extended abstracts in PDF format can be submitted via the registration page.
The early registration fee is $175.00. If you register after 4 June, the registration fee will be $225.00.
Blocks of hotel rooms are reserved at 3 local hotels. More information about the workshop location and lodging is available at the "Travel/Lodging" link.
John Brown, Jimy Dudhia, Georg Grell, Joe Klemp, Ruby Leung, Cliff Mass, Louisa Nance, Jordan Powers, and Wei Wang