MMM Seminars

The MMM seminars are held at 3:30 pm Thursdays in Room 1022 of NCAR's Foothills Lab, except in special circumstances as noted below.  The seminar coordinators are Judith Berner, with administrative support from Nancy Sue Kerner (  Video recordings of many previous MMM seminars are also available below.

* - Indicates MMM Distinguished Speaker Series

Past MMM Seminars

Date Seminar TItle Presenter(s) Affiliation(s) Recording
Aug 28, 2014 Linear Filtering of Sample Covariances for Ensemble Data Assimilation: Theory and Applications of Optimality Criteria Benjamin Menetrier CNRM-GAME/Meteo France Video Recording
Aug 21, 2014 Observation of Aerosol Properties from Geostationary Imager over East Asia Jhoon Kim Yonsei University Video Recording
Aug 14, 2014 Convective-scale Data Assimilation: What We Have Learned and Where We Are Going Jenny Sun NCAR/MMM Video Recording
Aug 12, 2014 On the Role of Topography in the Earth-Atmosphere Exchange Mathias Rotach University of Innsbruck, Austria, Institute of Meteorology and Geophysics Video Recording
Jul 24, 2014 Regional Reanalysis at The Met Office Dale Barker UK Meteorological Office
Jul 2, 2014 Anelastic and Compressible Simulation of Moist Deep Convection Marcin Kurowski Institute of Meteorology and Water Management, Warsaw, Poland & The National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder, Colorado
May 29, 2014 A Complete Solution for the Radial Wind Structure of a Tropical Cyclone Dan Chavas Princeton University Video Recording
May 22, 2014 Revisit Monin-Obukhov Similarity Theory and the Bulk Formula for Turbulence Parameterization Jielun Sun NCAR/MMM Video Recording
May 20, 2014 Energetics of NWP Models from the Bottom Up: Coupled Atmosphere-Wave-Ocean Impact Predictions of Superstorm Sandy and Beyond Shuyi S. Chen University of Miami/Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science Video Recording
May 15, 2014 High Resolution Simulations of Marine Atmospheric Boundary Layers Forced by Winds, Heating and Surface Waves Peter Sullivan NCAR/MMM Video Recording