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The French participation to CINDY-DYNAMO concerns the numerical modelling part and some data processing of the measurements (in situ, radar, satellite) collected during the field experiment. This numerical modelling part is especially important since the main objective of the CINDY-DYNAMO field campaign is to improve the simulation and the forecast of the intraseasonal perturbations.

The French participation also includes in situ measurements performed with the French F20 aircraft. These aircraft measurements are dedicated in part to the improvement of MEGHA-TROPIQUES rain retrieval algorithm. The aim is first to establish a relation between the density/size distribution of ice particles (aircraft) and radar measurements in a large Ocean area around the Gan Island. Second, the radar will be used to construct a climatology of these density/size distributions of ice particles that will be used later in the MEGHA-TROPIQUES rain retrieval algorithm. This strategy does not require overpasses of the MEGHA-TROPIQUES satellite. These aircraft measurements of cloud microphysics will also give valuable information for the elaboration and the evaluation of the cloud parameterisations.



Participants to the Field Campaign at GAN

Partner

Name

First name

Contribution

Safire Team





  Bourdon Aurélien
  Perrin Thierry  
  Duchanoy Dominique  
  Bourdinot Jean-François  
  Butet Alain  
  Vitupier Pierre  
  Bellec Hubert  
  Vergez Gilles  
  Cluezau Michel  
  Pouvesle Frédéric  
  Laurens Marc  
  Bernard Sylvie  
  Goyon François  
Scientific Team




 LATMOS Viltard Nicolas  Falcon20 PI
  Protat Alain  Falcon20/Radar PI
  Delanoë Julien  Radar PI
  Vinson Jean-Paul  Falcon20 Radar
  Caudou christophe  Falcon20 Radar
  Martini Audrey  GND Radar/Sec.
 LMD Duvel Jean-Philippe  Weather Forecaster
  Roca Rémy  Weather Forecaster
 LACY Bovalo Christophe  Secretary
 LAMP Dupuy Régis  Microphysics PI
  Schwartzenboeck Alfons  Microphysics PI
  Gourbeyre Christophe  Microphysics
  Duroure Christophe  Microphysics
  Fontaine Emmanuel  Microphysics
 LEGOS Hall Nicholas  Secretary
 IPSL Ramage Karim  I.T.

 

Data Processing and Modeling Team

Partner

Name

First name

Position

Field of research

PM

Contribution to the proposal

Partner 1: IPSL/LMD













Coordinator

Duvel

Jean-Philippe

DR CNRS

Data analysis

A-GCM

20

Task 1: Coordinator

Task 3: Coordinator

Task 3a: Convective parameterisation and MJO



Cloché

Sophie

IR CNRS

Database

4

Task 6: Co-coordinator

Task 6: data archive and distribution



Grandpeix

Jean-Yves

CR CNRS

A-GCM

SCM

8

Task 3a & 3d: Convective parameterisation and MJO



Ramage

Karim

IR CNRS

Database

4

Task 6: Co-coordinator

Task 6: data archive and distribution



Roca

Rémy

CR CNRS

Data analysis

9

Task 5: coordinator

Task 5b: Convective systems



Vialard

Jérôme

DR IRD

O-GCM

7

Task 3c: Ocean perturbation by MJO



Viltard

Nicolas

CR CNRS

F20 data analysis

3

Task 2d: Model to Observation approach

IPSL CDD/PhD















Aublanc

Jérémy

IE (CDD MT)

Data analysis

4

Task 5b: Convective systems



Bellenger

Hugo

Post doc

A-GCM

3

Task 3b: Diurnal Warm Layers and MJO



Bijoy

Thampi

Post doc (MT)

Data analysis

4

Task 5b: Convective systems



Remaud

Marine

PhD

A-GCM

18

Task 3a: Convective parameterisation and MJO



X

X

Post-doc CDFR

A-GCM

24

Task 3

Partner 2:

OMP/LA













Coordinator

Roux

Frank

Professor

Cyclogenesis

9

Task 5a: Cyclogenesis and MJO



Bellon

Gilles

CR CNRS

Idealized Model

12

Task 4a: Response to convective heating



Hall

Nicolas

Professor

Idealized Model

8

Task 4: Coordinator

Task 4b: Tropic/Extra-Tropic interaction



Mahfouf

Jean-François

Researcher Météo France

High Res Model

4

Task 2d: Model to Observation approach



Rabier

Florence

Researcher Météo France

High Res Model

2

Task 2d: Model to Observation approach

OMP CDD/PhD















Sivia

Sandra

PhD

Cyclogenesis

18

Task 5a: Cyclogenesis and MJO



X

X

Post-doc CDFR

Idealized Model

12

Task 4a

Partner 3:

LACy













Coordinator

Plu

Matthieu

Researcher Météo France

High Res Model

Data analysis

12

Task 2: Coordinator

Task 2d: Model to Observation approach

Task 5a: Cyclogenesis and MJO



Barthe

Christelle

CR CNRS

High Res Model

Data analysis

6

Task 2a & 2b: High resolution modelling

Task 2c: Electrical activity and convection

Task 5a: Cyclogenesis and MJO



Barbary

David

Researcher Météo France

High Res Model

12

Task 2a & 2b: High resolution modelling



Leroux

Marie-Dominique

Researcher Météo France

Cyclogenesis, intensification processes

6

Precursors of cyclogenesis and internal processes (Task 5)



Faure

Ghislain

CR CNRS

High Res Model

6

Task 2a & 2b: High resolution modelling

LACy CDD/PhD















Bovalo

Christophe

PhD

Electrical activity

12

Task 2c: Electrical activity and convection



X

X

Post-doc CDFR

Radiative transfer

12

Task 2d

Last Updated on Wednesday, 23 November 2011 20:55
 
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