The 10th International Cloud Modeling Workshop

 

Due to COVID-19, the International Cloud Modeling Workshop in Pune, India is rescheduled for July 2021.

Note: The dates and venue information listed here are placeholders and will be later confirmed. In the meantime, visit the workshop website for news and updates.

About this event: International Cloud Modelling Workshops are traditionally held every four years, in the temporal and spatial vicinity of the ICCP. The emphasis is on cloud microphysics (weather modification background). Specific cases are selected and run before the workshop and results are discussed at the workshop. A report from the workshop is typically presented at the ICCP.

Planned workshop cases include:

  • PI Chamber Simulation Case: Modeling Aerosol-Cloud-turbulence Interactions in the Cloud Chamber
  • Aerosol effect in deep convective clouds under different monsoon environments over the Indian peninsula: a CAIPEEX-Case study
  • Isolated cumulus congestus based on SCMS campaign: comparison between Eulerian bin and Lagrangian particle-based microphysics
  • Convection in Strong Vertical Wind Shear: The 2 Aug COPE Case