The Mathematics of the Weather (MOW) workshops have been held under different names since 1999. Early conferences were organized by the Short-Range Numerical Weather Prediction project team and were called “SRNWP” (http://srnwp.met.hu). These workshops addressed the numerical aspects of atmospheric models. The participants were invited to report on preliminary and ongoing work. This year, the MOW workshop was held in hybrid form in Bad Orb, Germany, from 4 to 6 October 2022 (https://www.wavestoweather.de/meetings/mow2022). Thirty-five participants presented and discussed recent developments in machine learning, data assimilation, numerical modeling of the atmosphere, as well as in regional climate modeling. Online participants from China, Russia, Ukraine, and the United States presented their work and took part in the discussions. The contents of this workshop are summarized in Table 1.
Sessions of MOW2022.
No author reported any potential conflicts of interest. This workshop was supported by the Collaborative Research Center “Waves to Weather” (W2W; SFB TRR 165) and the Hessian Ministry for Science and Arts (HMWK). The city of Bad Orb provided the conference room. MOW&more co-sponsored the coffee break and provided informatics support. Dr. J. Li thanks the support of the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant 42275165). Dr. Y. Li thanks the support of the 14th Five-Year Plan Basic Research Program of IAP, CAS (Grant E268081801). All authors wish to acknowledge the help of Dr. William C. Skamarock for reading this summary and providing good suggestions.
Basic Research for ICON with DG Extension
Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt, Germany
Deutscher Wetterdienst (German Weather Service), Germany
European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, United Kingdom
Climate Service Center Germany
Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS, China
Imperial College London, United Kingdom
Icosahedral Nonhydrostatic model, Germany
Institute of Numerical Mathematics, Russia
Japan Meteorological Agency, Japan
Karlsruher Institut für Technologie, Germany
Katholische Univ. Eichstätt-Ingolstadt, Germany
National Center for Atmospheric Research, United States
Russian Academy of Sciences, Russian
Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbia
Transient Inertia-Gravity And Rossby
Ukrainian Hydro-Meteorological Institute, Ukraine
Waves to Weather, Collaborative Research Center 165, Germany; https://www.wavestoweather.de
Weather Research and Forecasting Model, United States
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