3rd Summer School on Theory, Mechanisms and Hierarchical Modeling of Climate Dynamics: Tropical Oceans, ENSO and their teleconnections | (smr 3727)
Starts 18 Jul 2022
Ends 29 Jul 2022
Central European Time
Kastler Lecture Hall (AGH)
Strada Costiera, 11
I - 34151 Trieste (Italy)
An ICTP Hybrid Meeting You can submit your application for participation in presence or online.
The El-Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) is a strong driver of significant weather and climate anomalies across the globe. ENSO is probably one of the most studied phenomena in climate research, but there are still many open research questions, which will be discussed in this school.
ENSO teleconnections continue to be an area of very active research. They include not only effects on the circulation over the mid-latitudes (Europe, Asia, North America, South America), but also a strong influence on the Asian Monsoon. The Monsoon also has its own set of teleconnections not all of which are related to ENSO. It will be very helpful for researchers and students alike to learn the latest advances in the understanding of ENSO dynamics and its broad range of teleconnections. One emphasis of this workshop will be the Asian Monsoon, which is a complex phenomenon of great importance to the regional agriculture and hence to the well-being of a very significant population. In recent years there has been an advance in understanding of how the Monsoon is affected by, and interacts with, the tropical ocean basins, the adjoining land masses, mid-latitudes and the stratosphere.
Tropical ocean (ENSO) dynamics, including phenomenology
ENSO theory, modeling, prediction
Decadal Variability and long term trends
Decadal variations of interannual teleconnections
M.A. ABID, ICTP, Italy
S. BORDONI, University of Trento, Italy
A. CAPOTONDI, University of Colorado and NOAA/PSL, USA
A. CHERCHI, INGV, Italy
A. FEDOROV, Yale University, USA
E. GUILYARDI, LOCEAN/IPSL, France
F.-F. JIN, University of Hawaii, USA
I.-S. KANG, Second Institute of Oceanography, China
B. KIRTMAN, University of Miami, USA
V. KRISHNAMURTHY, George Mason University, USA
M. L'HEUREUX, NOAA/CPC, USA
J. MARSHALL, MIT, USA
M. MCPHADEN, NOAA/PMEL, USA
F. MOLTENI, ECMWF, UK
Y. PLANTON, NOAA/PMEL, USA
A.M. RAVINDRAN, Center for Prototype Climate Modelling, UAE
A. ROBERTSON, Columbia University
A. SANTOSO, University of New South Wales and CSIRO, Australia
J. SHUKLA, George Mason University, USA
E. SWENSON, GMU, USA
C. WANG, South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
A. WITTENBERG, NOAA/GFDL, USA
S.-P. XIE, Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD, USA
Applicants are required to submit 'Research Abstract'.A number of abstracts will be selected for a contributed talk or for a poster session. During the application please make sure to use our templates to format your abstract in PDFs. Templates are available below for download.
Accepted participants will be able to attend in remote or — strictly following Italian sanitary rules as they will be applicable at the time of the school, and depending on the very limited number of available places — in person. As regards the COVID-19 policy, we advise to follow the updated rules available on the ICTP page Access Guidelines for Visitors.
Grants: A limited number of grants are available to support the attendance of selected participants, with priority given to participants from developing countries. There is no registration fee.
Note: the deadline on 15 May 2022 is for all applications needing financial support and/or visa and on 3 July 2022 - all other applications.
Antonietta CAPOTONDI (University of Colorado and NOAA/ESR), David STRAUS (George Mason University), Jagadish SHUKLA (George Mason University), Riccardo FARNETI (ICTP), Adrian TOMPKINS (ICTP), Local Organiser: Fred Kucharski (ICTP)
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