Joint IMD-WMO group fellowship Training on "Numerical Weather Prediction"
Oct. 4, 2021
Nov. 10, 2021
Asia & Oceania
Predicting weather phenomenon with reasonable accuracy crucially depends on the Numerical weather prediction with its all components, starting from data assimilation, physical parameterization, numerical integration, post processing, etc. Recent prediction of extreme weather events like Super Cyclone UMPHAN in India with phenomenal accuracy has again proved it. Hence Meteorological personnel engaged in weather forecasting should have reasonable knowledge and skill on different aspects of NWP. They must be capable enough to understand, interpret and apply different NWP products more appropriately with full confidence. They must be able to appreciate the scientific reason for the change in accuracy in an NWP forecast, due to certain tuning in the NWP model. These can only be achieved by systematically designing, conducting and participating training in NWP.
Keeping all above in mind, this training course has been designed for the forecasting personnel. Efforts have been made to maintain BIP-M standard. By attending this course weather forecasting personnel in the NMHS shall be capable enough to understand, interpret and apply different NWP products more appropriately with full confidence and they will be able to appreciate the scientific reason for the change in accuracy in a NWP forecast, due to certain tuning in the NWP model.
Nominations from the PR must reach to Dr.Somenath Dutta (email: email@example.com) and Dr.R.K.Giri (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) latest by 21st August 2021 along with the duly filled in registration form by the nominated participants.
Forecasters from countries in RA-II regions who have successfully completed BIP MT course and having Educational qualification B.Sc. (with Physics, Mathematics as main subjects)
Ministry of Earth Sciences Government of India
India Meteorological Department
BIP-M: Basic Instructional Package for Meteorologists