3 April 2012.
Eoin Whelan, Met Éireann.
Weather Forecasting Models in Met Éireann
23 March 2012.
Gerard Kilroy, LMU, Munich.
A Numerical Study on the Effects of Dry Air Aloft on Rotating Convection.
22 March 2012.
Kieran Commins, Met Éireann.
Weather Radar: The Hows and the Whys.
16 February.
Prof Andrew Fowler, University of Limerick & Oxford University.
Ice Ages and the Role of Carbon in Past and Future Climate.


14 April
Prof Fedor Mesinger University of Maryland and University of Belgrade.
The Eta model, and an ECMWF driven Eta ensemble: Can a nested model improve on large scales?
10 February
Aisling Creevey, MeteoGroup, London
Operational Weather Forecasting with MeteoGroup


8 March
Prof Bruce Anderson, Boston University, USA
Intraseasonal to Decadal Scale Ocean-Atmosphere Coupling in the Extratropics and Tropics


26 May
Prof Haraldur Ólafsson, University of Iceland, Icelandic Meteorological Office and University of Bergen
Coastal Meteorology in the 9th, 13th and 21st Centuries.
6 February
Prof Dr Elena Kartashova, Johannes Kepler University, Linz, Austria
Nonlinear Resonance Analysis (NRA) – What is it for?


4 November 11:30AM, CASL Seminar Room, Belfield Office Park
Dr Sonia Garcia, US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD
From Numerical Analysis to the Analysis of the Numerics.
27 May
Prof Sir Brian Hoskins, Imperial College & Reading University
Climate Change in an Uncertain World.
22 May
Prof Michael Orren, Cardiff University
Marine biogeochemistry: its interaction with Physical Oceanography.
24 April
Prof Karin Labitzke, Freie Universität Berlin
Influences of the 11-year sunspot cycle on the stratosphere -- and the importance of the QBO.
27 March
Dr Gavin Esler, University College London
The turbulent equilibration of an unstable baroclinic jet.
20 March
Dr Stephen Jones, Trinity College Dublin
Mixing oil and water: the new synergy between reflection seismology and oceanography.
14 February
Katherine Donner-Willingham, University of Oklahoma
High-resolution Dual-Doppler Analysis of Two Tornadic Thunderstorms using a New Formulation of Advection-Correction.
7 February
Dr Daniele Iudicone (Stazione Zoologica di Napoli, Italy)
The global Conveyor Belt from a Southern Ocean perspective


22 November
Dr Mike Cullen (Met Office, Exeter)
Why is the atmosphere so predictable?
21 November
Prof Joanna Haigh ( Imperial College London)
Stratosphere-Troposphere Coupling and Solar Influences on Climate.
31 May
Ross Reynolds (University of Reading)
Severe Weather - Origins and Prediction.
Tue 15th May 2007, 2:00PM, CASL Seminar Room, Belfield Office Park
Dr Susan Dunne (UCD Meteorology and Climate Centre and UCD CASL)
Hydrologic data assimilation of multi-resolution microwave radiometer and radar measurements using ensemble smoothing. Abstract
26 April
Eyal Heifetz (Tel Aviv University)
100 years of the Orr mechanism for shear instability
8 March
Wim Verkley (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute):
Manually adjusting a numerical weather analysis: Application to a case of rapid cyclogenesis


5 October
Xiang-Yu Huang (National Center for Atmospheric Research, Boulder CO):
The Weather Research and Forecast (WRF) Model 4-Dimensional Variational Assimilation (4DVAR) Data Assimilation System
Version with animations: PPT
21 September
Paul A Newman (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center):
Recovery of the Antarctic Ozone Hole
Ozone concentration, Jul-Dec, 2005 Animation
24 July
Colm Connaughton (CNLS, Los Alamos National Laboratory):
Spectra and vortices of two-dimensional turbulence
18 May
Eigil Kaas (Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen):
A cell-integrated semi-Lagrangian semi-implicit integration scheme
27 April
Huw Davies (ETH):
An Alternative Perspective on Large-scale Atmospheric Flow
20 April
Michael Clark (UCD):
Energy and Enstrophy Cascades in the Atmosphere
24 March
Tim Palmer (ECMWF):
Stochastic-Dynamic Parametrisation of Sub-Gridscales in Weather and Climate Prediction Models
BA/HMI Series of four Lectures: Weather Permitting


22 September
Peter Lynch (UCD): Weather Forecasting: from Days to Decades (Inaugural Lecture)
15 September
Mark Curran (Australian Antarctic Div., Tasmania): Secrets from Antarctic Ice: Past Climate Change through the study of Ice Cores.
9 September
Michael Efroimsky (US Naval Observatory): Celestial mechanics as a gauge theory. (No kidding!)
19 May
Richard Somerville (Scripps): Clouds, Cloud Physics and Cloud-Climate Feedbacks
10 March
Peter Lynch (UCD): A Century of NWP: the View from Limerick
3 Febuary
Ray Bates (UCD): Climate Stability and Sensitivity


9 December
Meeting: Modelling Climate Change in Ireland