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Multi-Scales and Processes Integrated Modelling, Observations and Assessment for Environmental Applications

 

Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia

27th July - 7th August 2020

 

 

Pre-Announcement

AoF ClimEco & RSF MegaCity projects

 

Aim

This YSSS will introduce young generation of researchers to special topics in atmospheric and environmental sciences, Earth system modelling approaches and applications. During the school, participants will learn about the current progress and challenges in Earth system research; meteorological, hydrological and atmospheric composition modelling and observations (including ground-based and remote-sensing); and modern technologies for environmental studies and assessments (including health impacts). The programme will consist of theoretical lectures and practical exercises (to be accomplished by students as small-scale research projects ending with presentation of the project results).


YSSS will take place within the International Conference on the Status and Future of the World's Large Rivers.


 

YSSS Programme

 

Block 1

Current progress and challenges in earth system research (atmosphere-hydrosphere-biosphere)

 

Block 2

Modelling (earth system, numerical weather prediction, atmospheric chemical transport, seamless online integrated, amospheric boundary layer) and specific challenges

 

Block 3

Chemistry (gas, liquid) and aerosols (properties, dynamics, chemistry, micro-physics, interactions)

 

Block 4

Emissions, data ssimilation, models evaluation

 

Block 5

Ground-based and remote sensing observations; EU and Russian strategies for hydro-meteorological, ecosystems and atmospheric composition monitoring; SMEAR stations; measurements for atmospheric composition, ecosystems, meteorological, hydrological, urban scale

 

Block 6

GIS technologies in environmental sciences; environmental (land, water, terrestrial ecosystems) and human health assessments

 

Practical Exercises
as Small-Scale Research Projects (SSRP)

on selected research topics to be accomplished by groups of students led by teachers

 

 

 

 

Organizing Committee

Nikolay Kasimov, Sergey Chalov, Pavel Konstantinov, Natalia Frolova

(Faculty of Geography, Moscow State University, Russia)

 

Markku Kulmala, Jaana Bäck, Sergej Zilitinkevich, Hanna Lappalainen, Alexander Mahura

(Institure for Atmospheric and Earth System Research, University of Helsinki, Finland)

 

 

Local Organizers (Secretariat)

Sergey Chalov, Pavel Konstantinov, Anatoly Tsyplenkov, Daria Litovchenko

 

 

 

Organizers

Pan-Eurasian Experiment (PEEX), AoF "ClimEco" & RSF "MegaCity" projects, Russian Geographical Society (RGS), Russian Hydrometeorological Society (RHMS), World Meteorological Organization (WMO)

 

 

 

Target Audience, Selection Criteria and Registration

Target Audience: Young Researchers (Post Docs, PhDs, MSc, advanced BSc)

 

Selection Criteria: Based on motivation letter, other skills (e.g. programming, etc.), CV & publication list

 

Registration deadline: 31st March 2020 (we strongly recommend to express your non-binding interest during the registration for the conference)

 

Language: English

 

Costs: no fee

 

Please, send your application package (motivation letter, CV and publication list) to secretariat: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

 

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