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Our research aims to improve the accuracy of short-range rainfall forecasts and to prevent disasters caused by local heavy rainfall and other mesosclae severe weather.

We develop high-resolution data assimilation methods to better estimate the state of the atmosphere as the initial conditions of NWP (Numerical Weather Prediction). We also utilize ensemble prediction forecasting techniques to forecast the probabilities of different possible NWP reuslts and to provide informaiton about uncertainties in high-impact weather prediction.

Member

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HeadHiromu Sekohsekomri-jma.go.jpProfile and Paper Lists
Senior ResearcherTakuya Kawabatatkawabatmri-jma.go.jpProfile and Paper Lists
Senior ResearcherMichiko Otsukamotsukamri-jma.go.jp
ResearcherDaisuke Hottadhottamri-jma.go.jp
ResearcherYohei Sawadaysawadamri-jma.go.jp
ResearcherSho Yokotasyokotamri-jma.go.jp
Guest ResearcherLe Ducleducjamstec.go.jp
Guest ResearcherKosuke Itoitokosksci.u-ryukyu.ac.jpNWP Group, University of the Ryukyus
Guest ResearcherTsutao Oizumioizumijamstec.go.jp
Guest ResearcherShin Fukuifukuitohoku.ac.jp

Research

Research on improvement of mesoscale weather prediction and information for disaster prevention

High-resolution data assimilation methods and ensemble prediction forecasting techniques for the numerical prediction of mesoscale severe weather events

The post K computer development plan of the FLAGSHIP2020 Project : Development of a wide range of applications that will address social and scientific priority issues

Advancement of meteorological and global environmental predictions utilizing observational 'Big Data'(Theme 4)

  • Innovative numerical weather predictions and advanced weather disaster prevention based on damage-level estimation

CREST: Innovating "Big Data Assimilation" Technology for Revolutionizing Very-short-range Severe Weather Prediction

KAKENHI : Study on uncertainty of cumulonimbus initiation and development using particle filter

KAKENHI : Research on genesis and intensification mechanism of cumulonimbus clouds using next-generation data assimilation and ensemble simulation

KAKENHI : A hyper-resolution land data assimilation system


last update : Nov. 5 2014
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