Technical Workshop: Flood and Tropical Events
21 and 22 March 2017
Suntec Convention and Exhibition Centre
Baron and InterMET Asia present two FREE TO ATTEND workshop sessions on offer with the overall theme of “Flood and Tropical Events: Tools and Technology for Mitigating Extreme Weather”.
What It Is:
The workshop will provide helpful information on new tools, technologies and techniques for mitigating extreme weather. The two-day event is divided into sessions. Both are free to attend.
Who It’s For:
The workshop is designed to provide everyone with value and helpful information, from non-technical executives and civil servants to operational meteorologists.
We are honored to be joined by distinguished members of the meteorological community, including:
- Dr. David Yates – Hydrological Modeler, U.S. National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR)
21 March, 11:30 – 17:00
“Hydrology and Severe Weather”
- Numerical weather prediction and flood forecasting
- Frequencies and transmitter uses cases for weather radar
- Weather displays in an operational setting
- Distribution of actionable weather information to stakeholders and the public
22 March, 9:30 – 15:30
“Tropical Storms and Cyclones”
- Radar configurations suited for tropical events
- NWP applications in tropical forecasting
- Value-added data products for effective risk prediction and management
- Display and distribution of critical weather intelligence
To reserve a place free of charge, simply register below. If you haven’t registered for InterMET Asia yet, you can register for the exhibition here and select the sessions you wish to attend.