Invited Speakers

  • Magdalena Alsonso Balmaseda, ECMWF “Ocean initialization”
  • Libby Barnes, Colorado State University, “Machine Learning for S2S-forecasts”
  • Lance Bosart, “Synoptic drivers”
  • Amy Butler, CIRES, Stratosphere-troposphere coupling
  • Shuyi Chen, University of Washington, “Tropical Meteorology, coupling”
  • Mike DeFlorio, University of California, San Diego, “S2S forecasts for the US West”
  • Charlotte DeMott, Colorado State University, Fort Collins: “Air-sea coupling”
  • Paul Dirmeyer, George Mason University: “Land surface and S2S predictability”
  • Donata Giglio, University of Colorado, “Ocean observations”
  • Laura Ferranti, ECMWF, “Conditional predictability on the extended range”
  • Sergey Frolov, NOAA, “Coupled DA, Reforecasts”
  • Tom Hamill, NOAA, “Coupled DA, Reforecasts”
  • Sue Ellen Haupt, NCAR, “Machine Learning, Private Sector”
  • Angel Munoz, “Flow-dependent Cross-timescale Model Diagnostics”
  • Hyemi Kim, Stony Brook, “S2S predictability and the Madden Julian Oscillation”
  • Eric Maloney, Colorado State University,“Tropical meteorology”
  • John Methven, University of Reading, UK, “S2S forecasts for hydrological applications”
  • Neena Mani Joseph, Indian Institute of Science Education and Research, Pune, India, “S2S predictions for Monsoon and MJO
  • Rich Neale, NCAR, “Blocking, MJO”
  • Yaga Richter, NCAR, “Stratosphere-troposphere coupling”
  • Yuhei Takaya, Meteorological Research Institute, Japan Meteorological Agency, “S2S prediction in the tropics (esp. for extreme events)”
  • Joe Tribbia, NCAR, “Ensemble forecasting”
  • Frederic Vitart, ECMWF, UK, “Setting the stage for S2S predictability and predictions”
  • Antje Weisheimer, University of Oxford, “NAO variability”
  • Andy Wood, NCAR, “Hydrological applications”
  • Chidong Zhang, University of Washington, “Tropical meteorology, teleconnections”

Invited Panel Members

  • Eric DeWeaver, NSF Climate and Largescale Dynamics
  • Estelle De Coning, World Weather Research Programme
  • Jeanine Jones, California Department of Water Resources
  • Jesse Carman, NOAA WPO
  • Sandy Lucas, NOAA program manager, Climate Variability and Predictability