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27-29 November 2017  Institute for Meteorology, Freie Universität Berlin

It is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the 26th GLOREAM (GLObal and REgional Atmospheric Modelling) workshop on global and regional chemical transport modelling, taking place at the Institute for meteorology, Free University Berlin, Berlin, Germany. The workshop will start on Monday, November 27, 2017, at 1 p.m. and it will end on Wednesday, November 29, 2017, at 3 p.m.

The aim of GLOREAM workshop is to present and discuss results concerning recent developments in tropospheric chemical transport modelling (both global and regional) and share the knowledge amongst each other. The interaction between the different modelling groups and modellers in Europe to discuss problems, to exchange information and to share knowledge forms the heart of GLOREAM. 

The workshop will focus on the following topics:

  • Improved process descriptions
  • Dynamic evaluation w.r.t emissions and meteorology
  • Air quality forecasting and analysis
  • Data assimilation and emission inversion
  • Air pollution modelling applications, e.g. linked to impacts on nature and health, source allocations, etc.
  • Air pollution and climate change interactions
  • Any study related to AQMEII

Presentations are informal and time slots typically around 20 minutes. Poster presentations are also welcome. Young researchers are encouraged to join the workshop as the workshop provides the opportunity to present and discuss your research and meet with researchers from different countries working on similar topics.

The scientific committee for this workshop is formed by Renske Timmermans (TNO), Jørgen Brandt (AU-ENVS), José María Baldasano (BSC-CNS) and Martijn Schaap (TNO; FU-Berlin).

An abstract template as well as a registration form are available at the following links: ABSTRACT TEMPLATE, REGISTRATION FORM - please fill out and submit by email to trumf@met.fu-berlin.de and martijn.schaap@met.fu-berlin.de.

Deadline for abstract submission is Friday 15 September 2017.

Registration is possible until Sunday 15 October 2017.