2013 HFIP Grant Review

May 1 - Jul 1, 2013 ET


Title Presenter Presentation
Advancing NOAA's HWRF Prediction System through New and Enhanced Physics Air-Sea-Wave Coupling Isaac Ginis, PI
Richard Yablonsky, co-PI
Advanced diagnostics of tropical cyclone inner-core structure using aircraft observations Jun Zhang, David Nolan, Robert Rogers, Paul Reasor and Sylvie Lorsolo  
A robust representation of rain microwave radiances for data assimilation and to estimate the 1st few radial modes of heating, vertical motion, precipitable water, total ice and rain Jeff Steward, UCLA
Hsiao-Chieh Tseng, UC Davis
Sahra Kacimi, NASA/JPL
Tomi Vukicevic, ShuHua Chen, Svetla Hristova-Veleva and Ziad Haddad
Progress on “Evaluating Hurricane Intensity Predictability using the Advanced Hurricane WRF” Ryan D. Torn University at Albany, SUNY  
PSU HFIP Annual Report Real-time Convection-Permitting Ensemble Analysis and Prediction Yonghui Weng and Fuqing Zhang, Penn State University  
Influence of cloud-radiative processes on tropical cyclone storm structure Robert Fovell and Yizhe Peggy Bu
University of California, Los Angeles
HFIP results for hurricane forecasts using the multimodel superensemble for the 2012 season and proposed work for the 2013 season T. N. Krishnamurti
Anu Simon
Florida State University
Sensitivity of Hurricane Intensity and Structures to Vertical Resolutions in HWRF Xuejin Zhang
NOAA/AOML/Hurricane Research Division
Parameter Sensitivity for Idealized Coupled HWRF Simulations in a Sheared Environment Altug Aksoy  
Tropical Cyclone Track Forecast Characteristics in the NOAA/ESRL GEFS Reforecast Dataset Thomas Galarneau, Tom Hamill - NOAA
Gary Bates - CIRES
Improving High‐Resolution Tropical Cyclone Prediction Using a Unified GSI‐based Hybrid Ensemble‐Variational Data Assimilation System for HWRF Xuguang Wang  
Basin-wide HWRF Modeling System with Multiple Movable Nests Xuejin Zhang - UM/CIMAS
Thiago Quirino -AOML/HRD