HFIP Telecon Meetings

Date Title Presenter File
Jun 8 2022 Improving Inner-Core Turbulent Transport Parameterization for the Hurricane Analysis and Forecast System (HAFS) Ping Zhu, Florida International University  
Jun 8 2022 Toward Initial Operational Capability: Progresses, Challenges, and Issues in Developing and Improving HAFS Zhan Zhang, NOAA/NWS/EMC  
Apr 13 2022 Under the Radar: The Important and Under-Observed Role of Shallow and Moderate Convection in Development of the Tropical Cyclone Core Margie Kieper
Mar 16 2022 Evaluation and guidance development of HAFS version A QPF over the Caribbean and surrounding regions Matthew Green  
Feb 16 2022 The Development of a Consensus Machine Learning Model for Hurricane Rapid Intensification Forecasts with HWRF Data Mu-Chieh Ko (Laura) and Xiaomin Chen  

Date Title Presenter File
Sep 1 2021 NOAA National Ocean Service Storm Surge Modelling: Research, Development and Operational Services Saeed Moghimi  
Jul 7 2021 Is Weather Chaotic? Coexisting Chaotic and Non-Chaotic Attractors and Time Varying Multistability within a Generalized Lorenz Model Bo-Wen Shen  
Jun 9 2021 Operational Forecasting of Tropical Cyclone Rapid Intensification at the National Hurricane Center Mark DeMaria; James Frankin; John Kaplan  
Apr 14 2021 NWS Local Tropical Operations Jessica Schauer, National Hurricane Center  
Feb 17 2021 Ice Water Content as a Precursor to Tropical Cyclone Rapid Intensification Dr. Shun-Nan Wu, RSMAS  
Feb 17 2021 Toward Better Parameterizations of Planetary Boundary Layer schemes in Hurricane Conditions using Large-Eddy Simulations Dr. Xiaomin Chen, AOML/HRD  

Date Title Presenter File
Apr 15 2020 Rapid Co-evolution of the Coastal Ocean and Atmosphere in Hurricanes and Typhoons Scott Glenn (Rutgers)  
Mar 18 2020 Advanced DA Techniques for Satellite-Derived Atmospheric Motion Vectors from GOES 16/17 in the HWRF Agnes Lim (Wisconsin)  
Feb 19 2020 Evaluating the Effect of Model Physics on Hurricane Rapid Intensification Forecasts in HWRF Jun Zhang (AOML)  
Jan 22 2020 How do Localized, Sub-vortex-scale Events within a Hurricane Contribute to a Vortex (system)-scale Rapid Intensity Changes? Sai Bhalachandran (Stanford)