Meetings of Interest
|10 March 2020 - 12 March 2020||
5G Enabled Energy Innovation Workshop (5GEEIW)
Emerging advanced wireless networks such as fifth-generation (5G) cellular network technology offers potentially new opportunities and capabilities for the advancement of the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and Office of Science missions. In particular, 5G and its associated ecosystem technologies are expected to offer up to 20 Gbps connectivity with 1 ms latency. Initial discussions with DOE program managers and national laboratory scientists provided rationale and ideas for a workshop on energy innovations enabled by 5G technology as well as future technologies such as WiFi 6, 6G, and beyond for the advancement of existing and emerging scientific domains, infrastructure, and applications.
This workshop will deliver a community-based report highlighting 5G and beyond basic research, development, applications, technology transition, infrastructure, and demonstration opportunities in support of the U.S. DOE mission. The report will help the DOE Office of Science understand both the challenges and the opportunities offered by 5G and emerging advanced wireless technologies in the areas of basic research, development, and integration into scientific user facility operations.
Interested participants are welcome to submit online a one- to two-page white paper providing technical material relevant to the workshop addressing a specific technical area. All submitted white papers will be reviewed by the program committee, technical area leads and co-chairs. A white paper must be submitted to only one technical area (no duplicative submissions); however, in the event a white paper overlaps with other technical areas, it must be indicated within the white paper at the bottom. Also, the review committee may re-assign/re-allocate white paper submissions to other areas. Participation in the workshop will be based on the relevance of the submitted white paper to the stated goals of the workshop. Any submitted materials may be made available for unlimited public distribution.
|16 June 2020 - 19 June 2020||
Improvement and Calibration of Clouds in Models
The goal of this workshop is to discuss and share the latest improvements of atmospheric parameterizations for the representation of clouds with a focus on turbulence, convection, cloud, microphysics and radiation. This concerns any type of models: regional or global models with numerical weather prediction or climate applications. Topics will include:
|22 June 2020 - 26 June 2020||
2020 ARM/ASR Joint Meeting
The next Joint Atmospheric Radiation Measurement (ARM) User Facility/Atmospheric System Research (ASR) Principal Investigators Meeting will take place June 22 to 26, 2020, in Rockville, Maryland, at the Hilton Washington DC/Rockville Hotel & Executive Meeting Center. This meeting will bring together more than 300 ARM users, ARM infrastructure members, and ASR researchers to review progress and plan future directions for the ARM user facility and ASR research.
For registration and hotel information, and instructions on submitting poster abstracts and breakout session requests, visit the meeting planning website. Check the website soon for the final agenda.
General meeting sessions will run from the afternoon of Monday, June 22, through mid-afternoon Thursday, June 25. Plenary sessions will include presentations by U.S. Department of Energy program managers, scientific presentations by ARM users and ASR principal investigators on research progress, and invited speakers. Poster sessions will be held both Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons to review research results.
Important deadlines for the ARM/ASR joint meeting: