ADM-Aeolus Science and CAL/VAL Workshop

   
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ADM-Aeolus Science and CAL/VAL Workshop, ESRIN, Frascati, 10-13 February 2015

 

Abstract Title

Last Name

First Name

Company

Spontaneous Rayleigh-Brillouin Scattering Profiles for Air Using the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method

Scanlon

Thomas

University of Strathclyde

EVDC - ESA validation data centre

Fjaeraa

Ann Mari

NILU - Norwegian Institute for Air Research

Comparisons of CALIOP aerosol backscatter profiles with ground-based lidars: lessons learned

Gimmestad

Gary

Georgia Institute of Technology

The AEOLUS End-to-End Simulator

Gostinicchi

Giacomo

Serco SpA

NWP impact of Aeolus observations as characterized by Ensemble of Data Assimilations experiments

Körnich

Heiner

Swedish Meteorological and Hydrological Institute

Limited-area OSSE with T3999 nature run for ADM-Aeolus

Savli

Matic

University of Ljubljana

How to sample the atmosphere with wind observations: What can we learn from a simple 1-D analysis?

Schyberg

Harald

Met.no

ICON – the new assimilation and forecast system at the German Weather Service

Cress

Alexander

DWD

The performance of Aeolus in heterogeneous atmospheric conditions

Marseille

Gert-Jan

KNMI

Aeolus Calibration Monitoring Facility (ACMF)

Perron

Gaetan

ABB Inc.

Aeolus L2A/L2B aerosol, cloud and wind product validation using the Cabauw Experimental Site for Atmospheric Research CESAR

Apituley

Arnoud

KNMI

Aeolus L2A aerosol and cloud product validation using the European Aerosol Research Lidar Network EARLINET

Apituley

Arnoud

KNMI

Pre-launch validation of ESA's Aeolus mission by airborne wind lidar measurements

Marksteiner

Uwe

DLR German Aerospace Center

Realistic L2B wind processor testing based on high resolution optical backscatter data

de Kloe

Jos

KNMI

Quasi-real-time L2 processing for ADM‐Aeolus

Stoffelen

Ad

KNMI

Expected NWP impact of Continuous Mode Aeolus wind data

Horanyi

Andras

ECMWF

Canadian Participation in Cal/Val ADM-Aeolus

Melo

Stella

Cloud Physics and Severe Weather Research Section Environment Canada