5-7 October 2020
Europe/Berlin timezone

Recorded talks

A big "Thank you" goes out to all the speakers and their co-authors for providing valuable insight into their latest scientific results, as well as to all the participants of this conference for their equally important questions. You are the ones that made this online conference a success in times where meeting in person is, sadly, not possible. As a reward, we are happy to announce that we are now able to provide you with all the available recordings of the conference talks below, as well as, the presentation material in high resolution which you can find by navigating through the individual contributions listed in the time table.

Sincerely yours,

The RealPEP online conference organization committee



Recorded talks

Session 1: Towards seamless prediction

Dave Turner: The High-Resolution Rapid Refresh (HRRR) numerical weather prediction model [incomplete: first half is missing]

Ulrich Blahak: SINFONY - the combination of Nowcasting and Numerical Weather Prediction on the convective scale at DWD

Silke Trömel: The research group on Near-Realtime Quantitative Precipitation Estimation and Prediction (RealPEP)

Session 2: Quantitative Precipitation Estimation (QPE)

Alexander Ryzhkov: Recent progress in polarimetric radar QPE

Jian Zhang: A specific attenuation based radar QPE for operations

Petar Bukovcic: Polarimetric radar QPE in aggregated snow

Ju-Yu Chen: Assessing the benefits of specific attenuation for quantitative precipitation estimation with a C-band radar network

Remko Uijlenhoet: Opportunistic Sensing of Rainfall

Martin Fencl and Vojtech Bares: Commercial Microwave Links for Urban Rainfall-runoff Modelling

Julius Polz: Synergies of commercial microwave links and polarimetric weather radars

Session 3: Quantitative Precipitation Nowcasting (QPN)

Loris Foresti: Nowcasting radar precipitation growth & decay in complex orography: a probabilistic machine learning approach

Marc Schleiss: Foresight: Forecasting Storms with Insight

Aitor Atencia: Scale Characterization and Correction of Diurnal Cycle Errors in Nowcasting

Ricardo Reinoso-Rondinel: Radar-based Nowcasting: Spatio-Temporal Analysis of the STEPS Methodology

Jordi Figueras i Ventura: On the relationship between lightning activity and convective cell severity

Cintia Carbajal Henken: Assessment of satellite- and ground-based observed total column water vapor variabilities and their relation to convective initiation in Germany

Xavier Calbet: Towards a consistent multi-sensor QPE: NWC SAF's satellite QPE and AEMET's multi-sensor QPE and FFP

Session 4: Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP)

Sarah Dance: Exploiting new observations and data assimilation techniques for improved forecasting of convective precipitation

Jacob Carlin: The synergistic use of polarimetric radar data and one-dimensional microphysical models for precipitation nowcasting

Lucas Reimann: Identification of Hydrometeor Mixing Ratio Retrievals Suitable for Dual-Polarimetric C-Band Radar Observations over Germany

Klaus Vobig: Improvements on the assimilation of radar reflectivities

Session 5: Flash Flood Prediction

Marco Borga: Flash flood hydrologic and geomorphic response: observations needs for improved risk and basin management

Carina Furusho-Percot: The PDE-based hydrologic model ParFlow performance in flash-flood nowcast

Darren Lumbroso - How can the uncertainty in indirect estimates of extreme flash flood discharges be reduced?

Francesco Silvestro: Improving short range hydrological forecasts by using nowcasting technique and data assimilation in meteorological models

Linda Speight: Turning convective forecasts into flood warnings that lead to action

Angelica Caseri: Rainfall nowcasting using deep learning method in southeast of Brazil

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