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Numerical Modelling Committee

Responsible for coordinating TEAMx modelling experiments
Leaders: Stefano Serafin (University of Vienna) and Jürg Schmidli (Goethe University Frankfurt)







CROSSINN is a DFG-funded project on "Cross-valley flow in the Inn Valley investigated by dual-Doppler lidar measurements"
PI: Bianca Adler (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)


ASTER is a three-year project on “Atmospheric boundary-layer modeling over complex terrain” funded by the EGTC European Region Tyrol-South Tyrol-Trentino.
PI: Manuela Lehner (University of Innsbruck), Lorenzo Giovannini (University of Trento), Massimo Tagliavini (Free University of Bolzano)


University infrastructure grant to help prepare the i-Box facility for the TEAMx Observational Campaign
PI: Mathias Rotach (University of Innsbruck)





Working group on Atmospheric Chemistry

Investigating atmospheric transport and atmospheric chemistry in mountainous terrain
Leaders: Martin Graus (University of Innsbruck) and Marcus Hirtl (ZAMG)

Working group on Mountain Boundary Layer

High-resolution modelling experiments, development of an observation strategy for the MoBL
Leaders: Sebastian Hoch (University of Utah), Manuela Lehner (University of Innsbruck) and Stefano Serafin (University of Vienna)

Working group on Mountain Climate

Improving understanding and modelling of the processes by which mountains are shaping regional climates
Leaders: Nikolina Ban (University of Innsbruck) and Sven Kotlarski (MeteoSwiss)

Working group on Orographic Convection

Studies of convective triggering due to mechanical and thermal orographic forcing
Leaders: Daniel Kirshbaum (McGill University) and M. Marcello Miglietta (ISAC-CNR)

Working group on Surface-Atmosphere Exchange

Investigating the transport and exchange of momentum, mass and energy between the Earth’s surface and the atmosphere in mountainous terrain
Leaders: Helen Ward (University of Innsbruck) and Lorenzo Giovannini (University of Trento)

Working group on Waves and Dynamics

Improving understanding of mountain wave related processes across multiple scales and their relevance for turbulent transport
Leaders: Andrew Elvidge (University of East Anglia), Annelize van Niekerk (Met Office) and Christopher Kruse (National Center for Atmospheric Research)