ICSC Meeting

• 19:00~20:30, Sunday, 23 Oct. 2016

• Lotus 4 (3F)

Conference sessions at a glance

Conference schedule - Monday
Monday, 24 October 2016
08:00~09:00 Registration (3F, Grand Ballroom)
09:00~10:00 Opening Address
OA-1 09:00~09:05 James F.W. PurdomChair of ICSC    
OA-2 09:05~09:10 Yunhwa Ko KMA    
OA-3 09:10~09:15 Hirosi Kunimatsu JMA    
OA-4 09:15~09:20 Zhao Datong CMA    
OA-5 09:20~09:25 Agnes Lane AuBom    
OA-6 09:25~09:30 Vasily Asmus ROSHYDROMET    
OA-7 09:30~09:35   IMD    
OA-8 09:35~09:40   ISRO    
OA-9 09:40~09:45 Andi Eka Sakya Indonesia    
OA-1009:45~09:50 Osamu Ochiai GEO    
OA-1109:50~09:55 Wenjian Zhang WMO    
 09:55~10:00Information from LOC  
 10:00~10:30Coffee break and Group photo  
Session 1 Current and Future Meteorological Satellite Programs 
S1-110:30~11:00James F.W. Purdom Chair of ICSC The new generation of meteorological satellites: great challenges lie ahead as do great rewards Abstract Presentation
S1-211:00~11:15Mitchell D. Goldberg NOAA/NESDIS NOAA: Current and Future Satellite Systems Abstract Presentation
S1-311:15~11:30Kenneth Holmlund EUMETSAT Status of EUMETSAT Satellite Programs: Towards the Next Generation Meteorological Satellites Abstract Presentation
S1-411:30~11:45Jae-Gwang Won NMSC/KMA Current Status and Future Plan of KMA Satellite Program Abstract Presentation
S1-511:45~12:00Zhao Datong CMA Updates of CMA FengYun Meteorological Satellites programs Abstract Presentation
S1-612:00~12:15Hiroshi Kunimatsu JMA Overview of current and future Himawari satellite programs and data services Abstract Presentation
S1-712:15~12:30Vasily Asmus ROSHYDROMET Report on the status of current and future Russian Earth observation satellite systems Abstract Presentation
S1-812:30~12:45  ISRO   Abstract Presentation
  12:45~14:00 Lunch 
Session 2 Expectations from the Next Generation Satellites and User's Broad Needs in Asia/Oceania.
S2-114:00~14:30Wenjian Zhang WMO WIGOS Space Observation Vision in 2040 - Major Global Societal Needs. Abstract Presentation
S2-214:30~14:45Osamu Ochiai GEO Progress on Building a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) Abstract Presentation
S2-314:45~15:00Agnes Lane AuBoM Meeting user needs with new satellite products in the Bureau of Meteorology Abstract Presentation
S2-515:15~15:30Riris AdriyantoIndonesia Urgency and Challenges of Meteorological Observations Over Indonesian Maritime Continent by Using Satellite Abstract Presentation
 15:30~16:00Coffee break  
Session 3 Preparing the New Generation of Meteorological Satellites
S3-116:00~16:15Stephan Bojinski WMO User Readiness for the new generation of meteorological satellites Abstract Presentation
S3-216:15~16:30Sung-Rae Chung NMSC/KMA Status of activities for Geo-KOMPSAT-2A Meteorological Products Development Abstract Presentation
S3-316:30~16:45Kenneth Holmlund EUMETSAT Non-Meteorological Applications from the New Generation Meteorological Geostationary Satellites – A Report from the CEOS NMA Study Abstract Presentation
S3-416:45~17:00Ji-in Kim ETRI GK-2A Meteorological Satellite Ground Segment Algorithm Team Status Abstract Presentation
S3-517:00~17:15FANG Xiang NSMC/CMA FY-4 Satellite User Readiness Abstract Presentation
17:15~18:30 Ice-Breaker (1F)
18:30~20:00 Welcome Reception (3F, Grand Ballroom)
Conference schedule - Tuesday
Tuesday, 25 October 2016
Session 4 Program Plans, Data Access and Utilization (I)
S4-1 09:00~09:15Mitchell D. Goldberg NOAA/JPSS Improving Societal Benefit Areas from Applications Enhanced by the Joint Polar Satellite System Abstract Presentation
S4-2 09:15~09:30Misako Kachi JAXA Current and Future Status of the JAXA’s Missions and Activities for Water and Climate Abstract Presentation
S4-3 09:30~09:45Fuzhong Weng NOAA/NESDISS Impacts of Suomi NPP Data Reprocessing on Weather and Climate Applications Abstract Presentation
S4-4 09:45~10:00Teruyuki Nakajima JAXA Prospects of using Himawari-8 AHI and other satellites for the earth's environmental monitoring Abstract Presentation
S4-5 10:00~10:15Feng Lu CMA/NSMC
/OSPP
The capabilities of CMA FY-4A and its follow on Abstract Presentation
 10:15~10:45Coffee break  
Session 4 Program Plans, Data Access and Utilization (II)
S4-6 10:45~11:00Paul C. Griffith Harris Significant Increase in Geostationary Imaging Temporal Resolution for GEO-KOMPSAT-2A AMI Abstract Presentation
S4-7 11:00~11:15Paul C. Griffith Harris Himawari-8 Coherent Noise Reduction Abstract Presentation
S4-8 11:15~11:30Liam Gumley SSEC, University of Wisconsin, Madison The Community Satellite Processing Package (CSPP) for Low Earth Orbit Meteorological Satellites Abstract Presentation
S4-9 11:30~11:45Graeme Martin SSEC, University of Wisconsin, Madison CSPP Geo Product Generation Software for GOES-R and Himawari-8 Data Abstract Presentation
S4-10 11:45~12:00Mikael Rattenborg WMO DBNet – Fast processing and delivery of regionally acquired LEO satellite data Abstract Presentation
S4-11 12:00~12:15Iurii Chetyrin ROSHYDROMET Features of the Far Eastern Center of SRC "Planeta" as a regional representative of ROSHYDROMET for the remote sinsing in the Asia-Pacific region Abstract Presentation
 12:00~13:15Lunch  
PS13:15~14:00 Poster Session : Discusstion for Poster Presentations
Session 5 Atmospheric Parameters Derived from Satellite Observations (I)
S5-1 14:00~14:15Allen Huang SSEC/CIMSS, UW-Madison Derivation of GEO Satellite Wind From an Unconventional Approach – An AHI Case Illustration Abstract Presentation
S5-2 14:15~14:30Jun Li University of Wisconsin-Madison Near real time high resolution all-weather atmospheric water vapor products from new generation of geostationary satellite measurements and their applications in weather forecasts Abstract Presentation
S5-3 14:30~14:45Hyun-Sung Jang Seoul National University Improved AIRS temperature and moisture soundings with more regionally-driven a priori information for the physical method Abstract Presentation
S5-4 14:45~15:00Byung-il Lee NMSC/KMA Development of Cloud Detection Algorithm for GK-2A/AMI Abstract Presentation
S5-5 15:00~15:15Junshik Um University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Daytime Cloud Optical thickness, Effective radius, Water path (DCOEW) algorithm for the Geo-KOMPSAT-2A (GK2A): Current status and preliminary results Abstract Presentation
S5-6 15:15~15:30Yeji Choi Yonsei University Precipitation measurements from passive microwave sensors with best describing cloud microphysics and multi-viewing angles: An application to typhoon events Abstract Presentation
 15:30~16:00Coffee break  
Session 5 Atmospheric Parameters Derived from Satellite Observations (II)
S5-7 16:00~16:15Jeremy Solbrig CIRA, Colorado State University Use of Advanced Meteorological Sensors in gaining a Holistic Understanding of Aerosols in the Littoral Zone Abstract Presentation
S5-8 16:15~16:30Yoo-Jeong Noh CIRA, Colorado State University Improvement of Satellite Cloud base Height and Cloud Cover Layers Products Abstract Presentation
S5-9 16:30~16:45Hye-Sil Kim NMSC/KMA The Development of Geo-KOMPSAT-2A (GK-2A) Convective Initiation Algorithm over the Korea peninsular Abstract Presentation
S5-10 16:45~17:00Miae Kim Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology Detection of convective overshooting top clouds with Himawari-8 imagery over Southeast Asia and West Pacific region Abstract Presentation
S5-11 17:00~17:15      Abstract Presentation
S5-12 17:15~17:30Yu-Ri Lee Yonsei University Combination of radar, satellite and NWP data for precipitation estimation Abstract Presentation
S5-13 17:30~17:45Hwayoung Jeoung NMSC/KMA The 1dvar Approach for Passive Microwave Rainfall Retrieval over East Asia Abstract Presentation
Conference schedule - Wednesday
Wednesday, 26 October 2016
Session 6 Application of Satellite Data to Weather Aanalysis and Disaster Monitoring (I)
S6-1 09:00~09:15Jordan Joel Gerth University of Wisconsin, Madison Visualizing new-generation geostationary satellite imagery with SIFT Abstract Presentation
S6-2 09:15~09:30William Straka III SSEC/CIMSS, UW-Madison McIDAS-V and –X: Visualization and data analysis for S-NPP/JPSS, Himawari and GOES-R Abstract Presentation
S6-3 09:30~09:45Curtis J. Seaman CIRA, Colorado State University Multi-spectral Imagery for the New Generation Geostationary Satellites: Applications for AHI, ABI and AMI Abstract Presentation
S6-4 09:45~10:00Kazumi KAMIDE MSC/JMA New RGB recipes of Himawari-8 Abstract Presentation
S6-5 10:00~10:15Riris Adriyanto Remote Sensing Data Management Division, BMKG Early Warning Product of Cumulonimbus Activities from Himawari-8 Data Abstract Presentation
S6-6 10:15~10:30Jun Dong Park NMSC/KMA Operational Use of Sea Surface Winds from Microwave Satellites to Analyze Tropical Cyclones’ Intensity Abstract Presentation
 10:30~11:00Coffee break  
Session 6 Application of Satellite Data to Weather Aanalysis and Disaster Monitoring (II)
S6-7 11:00~11:15Hiroshi SUZUE MSC/JMA Rapidly Developing Cumulus Area (RDCA) detection using Himawari-8 data Abstract Presentation
S6-8 11:15~11:30Sanggyun Lee UNIST Detection of deterministic and probabilistic convective initiation (CI) using Himawari-8 AHI, weather radar, and lightning data. Abstract Presentation
S6-9 11:30~11:45      Abstract Presentation
S6-10 11:45~12:00Juhyun Lee UNIST Detection of tropical cyclone centers using COMS MI sensor data Abstract Presentation
S6-11 12:00~12:15      Abstract Presentation
S6-12 12:15~12:30Su Jeong Lee Ewha Womans University Evaluation of the possibility of using atmospheric information derived from a high performance imaging system for short-range weather forecasting Abstract Presentation
 12:30~14:00Lunch  
Session 7 Application of Satellite Data to Data Assimilation and Numerical Weather Prediction (NWP)
S7-1 14:00~14:15SeiYoung Park KMA Analysis of the forecast sensitivity to observation in KMA operational global modeling system Abstract Presentation
S7-2 14:15~14:30Xiaolei Zou ESSIC Impacts of AHI and AMSR2 Radiance Assimilation on Coastal Precipitation and Typhoon Forecasts Abstract Presentation
S7-3 14:30~14:45Eunhee Lee KMA Assimilation of Ground-based GNSS data in KMA convective scale model Abstract Presentation
S7-4 14:45~15:00Jun Li University of Wisconsin-Madison On the assimilation of hyperspectral infrared sounder radiances in cloudy skies in numerical weather prediction models – challenges and practical approaches Abstract Presentation
S7-5 15:00~15:15Jung-Rim Lee NIMS/KMA Assimilation of Geostationary satellite data in the KMA Local Model Abstract Presentation
S7-6 15:15~15:30Lu Qifeng CMA THE STATUS OF FY-3C IN NWP AND THE PREPARATION OF FY-3D AND FY-4A FOR NWP Abstract Presentation
S7-7 15:30~15:45Hyojin Han NIMS/KMA Application of VarBC for satellite data assimilation and its impact on the UM forecasts Abstract Presentation
 15:45~16:15Coffee break  
Session 8 Application of Satellite Data Calibration / Validation and Climate / Environmental Monitoring
S8-1 16:15~16:30Lin Lin NOAA/STAR A New Quality Control Methodology for Detecting Optically Thin Clouds from CrIS Double CO2 Band Abstract Presentation
S8-2 16:30~16:45Yaping Li IMSG at NOAA
/NESDIS/STAR
Validation of the GOES-R Rainfall Rate Algorithm Using GPM DPR Abstract Presentation
S8-3 16:45~17:00Ninghai Sun NOAA/NESDIS
/STAR/SMCD
Advances in Expanding NOAA Integrated Calibration/Validation System (ICVS) to Support Satellite Application Monitoring Abstract Presentation
S8-4 17:00~17:15Huh, Mo Rang P.K SYSTEM Inc., Reprocessing and Evaluation of COMS products for leveraging Essential Climate Variables Abstract No open
S8-5 17:15~17:30Kyoungwook Jin KARI Improvements of GK2A AMI data calibrations compared to that of COMS MI Abstract No open
Conference schedule - Thursday
Thursday, 27 October 2016
Session 9 Land Surface and Ocean Parameters Derived from Satellite Observations
S9-1 09:00~09:15Christopher Griffin AuBoM Cross platform comparisons and validation using Himawari-8 derived surface products Abstract Presentation
S9-2 09:15~09:30Sanjaa Tuya Mongolian University of Science and Technology Satellite based Evapotranspiration estimation in the Mongolian steppe area Abstract Presentation
S9-3 09:30~09:45Seonyoung Park UNIST Downscaling soil moisture in East Asia through fusion of multi sensors using machine learning approaches. Abstract Presentation
S9-4 09:45~10:00Lee, Sang-Moo Seoul National University Arctic sea ice emissivities retrieved from AMSR measurements and its application to differentiating between seasonal and perennial sea ice. Abstract Presentation
S9-5 10:00~10:15    Abstract Presentation
Session 10 Capacity Building and Training Activities
S10-1 10:45~11:00Mary Ann Kutny NOAA/NESDIS Understanding and Assessing the Value of Improved Satellite Data for the Users of Operational Sea Ice Products and Information Abstract Presentation
S10-2 11:00~11:15Kathleen Strabala SSEC, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison Polar Orbiter Meteorological Satellite Training Workshops – From Theory to Application Abstract Presentation
S10-3 11:15~11:30Bodo Zeschke AuBoM Evaluation of the impact of the training conducted by the Australian VLab Centre of Excellence on the effective use of Himawari-8 data and data products by stakeholders Abstract Presentation
11:30~12:00 Panel Discussion
12:00~12:10 Summary and Closure
 12:10~13:00Lunch