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WMO Verification Workshop
May 21, 2019 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
A verification workshop will be held on Tuesday 21st May as part of the WMO Joint Working Group on Forecast Verification Research (JWGFVR) meeting at the Bureau of Meteorology in Melbourne.
Come and find out about the latest research in this area, present your own verification (variety is encouraged) and bring your questions and ideas. Expect key note talks from international experts from the WMO JWGFVR, contributed talks, lightning lectures, posters and plenty of time for discussion. The Draft Program is attached.
This day will be open to all, but numbers attending in person will be limited to around 50. Video attendance will be an option for those that would like to present and/or attend remotely.
Please forward this to anyone who may be interested.
Register by 29 April:
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to register attendance in person, or by video, by 29 April.
Email email@example.com to register interest in giving a 15 minute Oral Presentation or a Poster with 3 minute Lightning Lecture to promote it (see below for instructions).
Earlier registration would be helpful.
Confirmation 6 May:
Expect confirmation of registration including type of presentation we can offer you.
Attendance 21 May:
We will provide further details regarding location and access prior to the day.
Video attendance will be possible.
How to Register:
How to register interest in attending and presenting:
Your name, contact details and affiliation
Whether you are hoping to attend in person or via video.
Whether you would like to present, and if so, whether you prefer a 15 minute Oral time-slot, or a 3 minute Oral time-slot with (or without) a Poster.
If you would like to present please provide a title and abstract. The abstract need not be polished. It is not for publication. It is to inform us in selecting a variety of presentations.
What are we looking for?
Ideas and discussion about verification techniques.
Variety in topics and presenters.
We look forward to hearing from you.
Deryn Griffiths, Chris Bridge and Beth Ebert
Bureau of Meteorology, Australia