Poster Session

POSTER SESSIONS Monday, Tuesday and Thursday
14:00 – 15:30
ASR.P01 On consistency of ice cloud and snowfall retrievals from CloudSat, Sergey Matrosov, University of Colorado and NOAA, USA.
ASR.P02 GPM DPR local vertical structure comparisons in mountainous terrain, Peter J. Speirs, Environmental Remote Sensing Lab (LTE), EPFL, Switzerland and Jacopo Grazioli, Nikola Besic, Alexis Berne.
ASR.P03 Mass flux in deep convective systems from airborne multifrequency radar observations: a feasibility study, Frederic Tridon, University of Leicester, UK and Alessandro Battaglia, Kamil Mroz, Simone Tanelli, Tim Lang, Gerry Heymsfield, Lin Tian.
ASR.P04 Comparison between Ku-band and S-band radars data during a rainfall event in Ceara State, Arthur Costa Tomaz de Souza, Funceme, Brazil and Bruno Dias Rodrigues, Meiry Sayuri Sakamoto, Daniel Alejandro Vila, Luiz Augusto to Toledo Machado, Leandro Valente Jacinto.
ASR.P05 Estimation of High Ice Water Content Using Dual-Frequency Polarimetric Airborne Radar Data, Cuong Nguyen, National Research Council of Canada, Canada and Mengistu Wolde, Konstantin Baibakov, Alexei Korolev, Philip Gabriel.
ASR.P06 Implementation of PDPP on the NRC Airborne W-band Radar, Mengistu Wolde, National Research Council of Canada, Canada and Cuong Nguyen, Andrew Pazmany, Anthony Illingworth, Allessandro Battaglia.
IRD.P01 Improvement of Gaussian Model Adaptive Processing(GMAP) by Proper Fitting, Özkan Gökdere, Rst Teknoloji, Turkey and Uğur Oğuz.
IRD.P02 Comparison of TRMM precipitation radar with ground rain gauge network in Turkey, Kahraman Oğuz, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Yusuf Çalık, Muhammet Ali Pekin, Mustafa Coşkun.
IRD.P03 Hail detection in urban areas by using a single-polarization X-band weather radar, Frank Silvio Marzano, Sapienza University of Rome, Italia and Vincenzo Capozzi, Errico Picciotti, Vincenzo Mazzarella, Giorgio Budillon.
IRD.P04 The Rainbow Scientific Tool: to better monitoring and studying the weather radar data, Hassan Al Sakka, Selex ES GmbH, Germany and Other André Weipert.
IRD.P05 Canadian Participation in OLYMPEX Project, Norman Donaldson, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada and David Hudak, Peter Rodrigues.
IRD.P06 Near Real-Time Detection of Tephra Eruption Onset by using Weather Radar: case studies of Grimsvotn and Etna eruptions, Errico Picciotti, Himet-Cetemps, Italia and Frank Marzano, Saverio Di Fabio, Mario Montopoli.
IRD.P07 Local Vertical Wind Profile(LVWP) Product Generation, Habip Yesilyurt, Rst Teknoloji, Turkey.
IRD.P08 Improving hydrologic analysis and applications using quality weather radar data and the storm precipitation analysis system, Recep YURT, Giresun University, Turkey.
IRD.P09 Polarimetric observations of flash flood storm at Taipei: A case study 14 June 2015, Jou Jong Dao, National Taiwan University, Taiwan.
IRD.P10 Probability Distribution Model for Radar Reflectivity and Rainfall Measurements, Yavuz Selim Güçlü, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey and Ahmet Köse, Selçuk Tütüncü, Zekai Şen.
IRD.P11 Consistency-Driven Optical Flow Technique for Nowcasting and Temporal Interpolation, Seppo Pulkkinen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland and Jarmo Koistinen, Ari-Matti Harri.
IRD.P12 Stochastic rainstorm generator based on radar data and its use for climate change impacts, Nadav Peleg, Institute of Environmental Engineering, ETH, Switzerland and Efrat Morin.
IRD.P13 Characterization of convective rain-cells in the Dead-Sea area using weather radar data, Efrat Morin, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel and Idit Belachsen, Francesco Marra, Nadav Peleg.
IRD.P14 Use of radar information in forecasting of hail and associated dangerous hydrometeorologic events, Parvin Khalilova, Hydrometeorological Forecasts Bureau of the National Hydrometeorological Department of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources, Azerbaijan.
IRD.P15 Novel Signal Processing for X-Band Polarimetric Weather Radar, Erşan Tunçkol, Rst Teknoloji, Turkey and Sezer Yıldırım, Uğur Oğuz.
IRD.P16 Estimation of Rainfall Data from Radar Reflectivity with Fuzzy Logic, Yavuz Selim Güçlü, Istanbul Technical University, Turkey and Ahmet Köse, Selçuk Tütüncü, Zekai Şen.
IRD.P17 Impact of blending high-frequency NWP precipitation forecasts in a stochastic nowcasting scheme, Lesley De Cruz, Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium, Belgium and Annelies Duerinckx, Maarten Reyniers, Laurent Delobbe, Loris Foresti.
IRD.P18 Climate Studies and information as a guarantee of sustainable development of society, Varduhi Margaryan, Yerevan State University, Armenia.
IRD.P19 Analysing of rainfall distribution in Ankara by Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems, Mesut Demircan, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Cemalattin Volkan Darende, İhsan Çiçek, Necla Türkoğlu.
IRD.P20 A local ensemble methodology for improved probabilistic precipitation nowcasting technique by combining NWP, Alejandro Buil Martinez, Center of Applied Research in Hydrometeorology-UPC, Spain and Marc Berenguer, Daniel Sempere-Torres.
IRD.P21 Comparison of Water Vapour Estimates in Ankara, Turkey, Mesut Demircan, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Emine Tanır Kayıkçı, Selma Zengin Kazancı.
MSW.P01 Variability of Climatic Elements in Nigeria over recent 100 Years, Salami Tairu, MM. Airport Forecast Center, Nigeria.
MSW.P02 Numerical Weather Model Validation using Radar Data over West and Central Africa, Igri Moudi Pascal, University of Yaounde, Cameroon and Vondou Derbetini, Tanessong Roméo, Mkankam Kamga Francois.
MSW.P03 Tornadic radar signatures in Basque Country: the 23 June 2014 case, Santiago Gaztelumendi, Euskalmet, Spain and Joseba Egaña, Arkaitz Etxezarreta, Mercedes Maruri, José Antonio Aranda.
MSW.P04 Using Euskalmet radar data for analysis of a Hailstorm event in Basque Country, Santiago Gaztelumendi, Euskalmet, Spain and Joseba Egaña, Virginia Palacio, Mercedes Maruri, José Antonio Aranda.
MSW.P05 20th of May 2015 Hail Event – Case Study, Mehmet Ünlüer, Turkish State Meteorology Service, Turkey and Göksel Turan.
MSW.P06 High-Spatiotemporal Resolution Radar Observations of the 10 June 2014 Tornado in Korea, Sanghun Lim, Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology, South Korea and Bong-Joo Jang, V. Chandrasekar, Hyunjung Kim, Haonan Chen.
MSW.P07 Observations of interaction between mesoscale convective systems and a mixed Rossby-gravity wave, Biao Geng, Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology, Japan and Masaki Katsumata, Shuichi Mori.
MSW.P08 Observational study of the 2014 Vilabella tornadic thunderstorm, Joan Bech, University of Barcelona, Spain and Joan Arús, Oriol Rodríguez, Ramon Pascual, Gabriela Cuevas, Nicolau Pineda, Tomeu Rigo.
MSW.P09 The TWIRL (Tornado Winds from In-situ and Radars at Low-level) Project, Josh Wurman, Center for Severe Weather Research, USA and Karen Kosiba.
MSW.P10 Investigation of severe thunderstorms over Esenboğa International Airport ıin the last decade, Emrah Tuncay Özdemir, Turkish Meteorological Service, Turkey and Ali Deniz.
MSW.P11 Accuracy test on Auer method as hail indicator in Indonesia based on weather satellite and doppler radar data, Abdullah Ali, Indonesia State College of Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics, Indonesia and Eko Wardoyo.
MSW.P12 Analysing weather maps, satellite and radar products to detect flash flood occurred on 23 February 2015 in Çeşme using FFGS, Ertan Turgu, Turkish State Meteorlogical Service, Turkey and Seyfullah Çelik.
MSW.P13 Severity index analysis on convective case studies occurred in Emilia-Romagna Region in 2015, Miria Celano, HydroMeteoClimate Service, Italia and Anna Fornasiero, Pietro Giordano, Gianfranco Vulpiani, Emilio Guerriero, Pier Paolo Alberoni.
MSW.P14 Probabilistic Nowcasting of Snowfall for Aviation, Seppo Pulkkinen, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland and Jarmo Koistinen.
MSW.P15 Plains Elevated Convection At Night (PECAN): Multiple-Doppler Analyses of Severe Surface Winds, Karen Kosiba, Center for Severe Weather Research, USA and Josh Wurman.
MSW.P16 Analysis of severe convective storms in 3 May 2016 over Marmara Region, Abdullah Kahraman, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Zekiye Guneri, Arif Sinan Ozdemir, Hasan Ozdem.
MSW.P17 Characterization of precipitation systems over Ceará rainy season, Arthur Costa Tomaz de Souza, Research Institute for Meteorology and Water Resources, Brazil and Bruno Dias Rodrigues, Carlos Augusto Morales Rodrigues, Alexandre Cunha Costa.
MSW.P18 Assessment of severe thunderstorms and hail events using C-band dual polarization radar in Turkey: A case study for Ankara region, Sezel Karayusufoğlu Uysal, Turkish State Meteorlogical Service, Turkey and Alper Çubuk, Duygu Aktaş, Murat Karacakaya.
MSW.P19 Remote sensing detection of hail occurred on 25 May 2015 in Ankara, Ertan Turgu, Turkish State Meteorlogical Service, Turkey and Seyfullah Çelik, Alaattin Uğurlu.
MSW.P20 Hailstorms signatures with C-band polarimetric radar in Central Argentina, Romina Nahir Mezher, National Institute of Agricultural Technology, Argentina.
MSW.P21 Detection of extreme precipitation using remote sensing products on 20 May 2015 in Izmir, Bahattin Aydın, Turkish State Meteorlogical Service, Turkey and Ertan Turgu, Hüseyin Şahin.
MSW.P22 Determination of Back-building Thunderstorm and Shallow Storm Cell by Radar, Salman Gayretli, Turkish State Meteorlogical Service, Turkey and Atakan Çelebi.
MSW.P23 Multicell identification using Gematronik weather radar (Case study Lombok, 8 April 2016), Anggi Dewita, Bureau of Meteorology Climatology and Geophysic, Indonesia.
MIC.P01 Microphysical Properties of Summer Precipitation derived from dual-polarization radar in Korea Peninsula, Soohyun Kwon, Kyungpook National University, South Korea and GyuWon Lee.
MIC.P02 Rainfall types classification by using polarimetric radar and disdrometer at the middle of Korea, Jui Le Loh, Pukyong National University, South Korea and Dong-In Lee, Cheol-Hwan You.
MIC.P03 Comparison of Microphysical Characteristics Between Oklahoma and Daegu using distrometric measurement from 2D-Video Disdrometer, Wonbae Bang, Kyungpook National University, South Korea and Soohyun Kwon, Gyuwon Lee, Alexander Ryzhkov, Terry Schuur, Youn Choi.
MIC.P04 Evaluation of the Microphysics of Precipitation with Multifrequency Radar Observations (EMPORiuM): a prospective study, Frederic Tridon, University of Leicester, UK and Celine Planche, Alessandro Battaglia, Marie Monier, Pierre Kirstetter, Joel Van Baelen, Wolfram Wobrock.
MIC.P05 Radar-Lidar Synergy for Retrieving the Microphysical Properties of Ice Clouds, Andreas Reichegger, LMU University Munich, Germany and Tobias Zinner, Bernhard Mayer.
MIC.P06 Retrieval of the drop size distribution from polarimetric radar data through double-moment normalisation, Timothy Raupach, EPFL LTE, Switzerland and Alexis Berne.
MIC.P07 Investigating variability of Z-S relation toward microphysical processes of winter precipitation in Finland, Annakaisa von Lerber, FMI, Finland and Dmitri Moisseev, Francis L. Bliven, Walter Petersen, V. Chandrasekar, Ari-Matti Harri.
MWR.P01 Development of Ka-band Doppler Polarimetric Radar for 3D Profiling of Tropical Clouds in India, Arvind Agarwal, SAMEER, India and K. Aurobindo, J. D. Abhyankar, K. P. Ray, G. Isola, P. Srivastava.
MWR.P02 Comparison of 3 Polarization Configurations for Scanning Ka-Band Cloud Radars, Matthias Bauer-Pfundstein, Metek GmbH, Germany and Patric Seifert.
NER.P01 A low cost solid state radar frontend for short range rainfall measurements, Helmut Paulitsch, Graz University of Technology, Austria and Reinhard Teschl.
NER.P02 Weathering Oklahoma Project, Leslie Anne Martin, MFA Candidate, USA.
NER.P03 MMSE Spectral Processing to Improve Velocity Estimates form Signals Contaminated by Ground Clutter, Igor Ivic, CIMMS/NSSL, USA.
NER.P04 Development of multi-parameter phased array weather radar and the early detection of torrential rainfall, Nobuhiro Takahashi, Nagoya University, Japan and Tomoo Ushio, Masakazu Wada, Koyuru Iwanami, Akihiko Yamaji, Naoyuki Ohta, Masahiko Osada.
NER.P05 C-band rainfall attenuation correction using reflectivity, polarimetry and radiometry, Nawal Husnoo, Met Office, UK and Timothy Darlington, Anthony Illingworth, Robert Thompson.
NER.P06 Operational implementation of a fully dynamic pulse width and matched filter scheme, Stefan Beyer, Selex ES GmbH, Germany and Frank Hackemesser, Carsten Schindler, Richard Kotte.
NER.P07 Analysis of cumulonimbus (CB),thunderstorm and fog for Izmir Adnan Menderes Airport, Ercüment Avşar, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey.
NER.P08 Implementation of CLEAN-AP clutter filter within Cyclops-D for use across the UK Radar network, Samuel Lyons, UK Met Office, UK and T. Darlington, D. Warde, S. Torres.
NER.P09 Spatial Energy Compaction Method for Weather Radar Data Compression, Bong-Joo Jang, Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology, Korea and Sanghun Lim, Hyunjung Kim, Ki-Ryong Kwon.
NER.P10 The Doppler On Wheels and CSWR Surface Observational Facility, Josh Wurman, Center for Severe Weather Research, USA and Karen Kosiba, Brian Peiria, Traeger Meyer, Andrew Frambach, Rachel Humphrey, Paul Robinson, Jim Marquis.
NER.P11 Synoptic analysis of heavy rainfall and flood observed ın Izmir on 20 May 2015 using radar and satellite images, Ercüment Avşar, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Barış Uzun, Köksal Köksoy.
NER.P12 Preliminary Results on Rainfall Estimation for Solid-State X-band Dual-Polarization Radar, Dae-Hyung Lee, Kyungpook National Univ. , South Korea and Sung-Hwa Jung, Gyuwon Lee, Jonghyeon Kim, Seung-Jun Oh, Jeong Deok Lee, Boon Leng Cheong, Robert D. Palmer, Tian-You Tu.
ORP.P01 Synergy, Analytical Diagnosis and Technology Advancement via the CASA X-band Radar Innovations Testbed, Richard Stedronsky, EEC, USA.
ORP.P02 Should interpolation of radar reflectivities be performed in Z or dBZ?, Robert Warren, Monash University, Australia and Alain Protat.
ORP.P03 High resolution X-Band radar estimates for rainfall characterization and flash-flood prediction in arid climate , Francesco Marra, Institute of Earth Sciences, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel and David J. Bonfil, M. Zohar, Efrat Morin.
ORP.P04 Recent additions in the precipitation nowcast of INCA-BE: uncertainty plumes and hail, Maarten Reyniers, Royal Meteorological Institute of Belgium, Belgium.
ORP.P05 Patterns of Kapildui weather radar related to sunset and sunrise, Mercedes Maruri, Basque Meteorology Agency (EUSKALMET), Spain.
ORP.P06 Using X-band mini-radar network within the Decision Support System in the framework of the CapRadNet project, Errico Picciotti, Cetemps, Italia and Frank Marzano, Giovanni Cinque, Antonio Iovino, Francesco Rossi, Francesca Molinari, Mato Tomljanovic.
ORP.P07 Upgrade of the Czech weather radar network, Hana Kyznarova, Czech Hydrometeorological Institute, Czech Republic and Petr Novak.
ORP.P08 Identification and mitigation of the effect of wind turbines in operational weather radars, Raquel Evaristo, Meteorological Institute University of Bonn, Germany and Silke Trömel, Clemens Simmer.
ORP.P09 Azerbaijan Weather Radar Network, Shafa Nabili, Hydrometeorological Forecasts Bureau of the National Hydrometeorological Department of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources – Azerbaijan.
ORP.P10 Verification of VIL and VIL-density value as hail indicator in Indonesia, Abdullah Ali, Indonesia State College of Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics, Indonesia and Eko Wardooyo, Taufik Hidayah, Riris Adriyanto.
ORP.P11 Operational use of C-band and X-band with in-situ dynamic adjustment, Niels Einar Jensen,Furuno, Denmark and Erik Ø. Madsen, Peter S. Rasch.
ORP.P12 Comparison of hail detection method utilizing doppler weather radar (Case of studies: Indonesia), Abdullah Ali, Indonesia State College of Meteorology Climatology and Geophysics, Indonesia and Taufik Hidayah, Riris Adriyanto.
ORP.P13 Dedecting Biological Targets by TSMS Radars, Ayhan Erdoğan, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Melik Ahmet Taştan, Abdullah Macit.
ORP.P14 Improved very short range forecasting by blending techniques using extrapolation and NWP model forecasts, Min Jang, WISE Institute, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, South Korea an Joon-Bum Jee, Sang-il Kim, Jeong-Gyun Park.
ORP.P15 Radar beam propagation conditions, climatology and dependencies in Central Europe, Malte Neuper, Institute of Water and River Basin Management, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany.
ORP.P16 Evaluation of IMERG Day 1 Final Run (V03D) in its first year over the Netherlands, Manuel F. Rios Gaona, Wageningen University, the Netherlands and Aart Overeem, Hidde Leijnse, Remko Uijlenhoet.
ORP.P17 Weather radar derived surface precipitation type product: verification over a Mediterranean region, Verònica Vidal, University of Barcelona, Spain and Joan Bech, Joana Aina Ortiz, María Santolaria, Nicolau Pineda, Tomeu Rigo, Roger Veciana.
ORP.P18 Quality control of Opera Weather Radar Network using satellite products, Adolfo Magaldi, UNAM, Mexico and Joan Bech, Jerónimo Lorente, Anke Thoss.
ORP.P19 Simple detection of recurring stationary clutter echoes, Eisenstein Lea, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, Germany and Handwerker Jan.
ORP.P20 Filling gaps in PPI scans by interpolation, Jan Handwerker, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology – Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research, Germany and Schöttle Stefan.
ORP.P21 The Determination of Treshold Intensity for SWWI in Weather Radar using Lightning Detector Data, Maria Carine Diaz, Badan Meteorologi Klimatologi dan Geofisika, Indonesia.
ORP.P22 Radar site evaluation in urban areas using a high-resolution digital elevation model, Ahm, Aarhus Water Ltd, Denmark and Neils Einar Jensen.
ORP.P23 Computerized Maintenance Management system for the Life Cycle Support of Weather Radars, Murat Özmert, Altair Yazılım Teknolojileri A.Ş., Turkey.
ORP.P24 Validation of radar rainfall product over Seyhan plain, Kazım Kaba, Cukurova University, Turkey and M. Akif Erdoğan, Erdem Erdi, H. Mustafa Kandırmaz.
ORP.P25 Radar Based Case Study; Wet Microburst Occurred Over the İzmir Bay, Köksal Köksoy, Turkish State Meteorological Service and Barış Uzun.
ORP.P26 Upgrade of the AMO radar data base (WRD) operated by Turkish Meteorological Service, Oğuzhan Şireci, Turkey.
ORP.P27 Maintenance, Repairment and Equipment Following Information System (MREFIS) for Meteorological Observation Systems in Turkish State Meteorological Service (TSMS), Burhan Sezen, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Mustafa Yıldırım.
ORP.P28 Turkish weather radar network, İsmail Temir, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Abdurrahman Macit.
ORP.P29 Radar can help to find alternative sources of fresh water, Islam Hassan, Egyptian Meteorological Authority, Egypt.
ORP.P30 A Case Study on Rapid Developed Severe Weather Convective Structures Throughout Western Turkey, Barış Uzun, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Köksal Köksoy, Ercüment Avşar.
ORP.P31 Design and implementation of Radar Networks in some other countries with support of FMI, Ljubov Liman, Finnish Meteorological Instituteal, Finland and Harri Pietarila, Marika Bezhashvili.
ORP.P32 Fast Sliding Window Techniques for Computing Motion Vectors, Markus Peura, Finnish Meteorological Institute, Finland.
ORP.P33 Analyzing and Detecting Sea Clutters by TSMS Radars, Melik Ahmet Tastan, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Gazi Yıldırım, Ayhan Erdoğan.
QPE.P01 Development of Urban Flash Flood Forecasting System in Seoul, Korea. , Byong-Ju Lee, WISE Project, South Korea and Seong-Sim Yoon, Yong-hee Lee.
QPE.P02 Retrieval algorithm for rainfall mapping from microwave links in a cellular communication network, Aart Overeem, Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute / Wageningen University, Netherland and Hidde Leijnse, Remko Uijlenhoet.
QPE.P03 FLASH FLOOD OBSERVATIONS OVER BLACKSEA REGION OF TURKEY BY TRMM 3B42RT DATA, Ahmet Emre Tekeli, Çankırı Karatekin University, Turkey and İbrahim Sönmez.
QPE.P04 Radar-based precipitation climatology of the Czech Republic in the warm part of the year, Vojtech Bliznák, Institute of Atmospheric Physics CAS, Czech Republic and Marek Kašpar, Miloslav Müller.
QPE.P05 Weather Radar network composite for the Pampanga River Basin in the Philippines,Irene Crisologo, Institute for Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Potsdam, Germany and Maik Heistermann.
QPE.P06 Monitoring results of the quality of the rain gauges and weather radar integration products,Mercedes Maruri, EUSKALMET TECNALIA R&I UPV/EHU, Spain.
QPE.P07 Derivation of missing meteorological precipitation data by using FFGS – MergedMAP and precipitation radar,Esin Oğuz, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Yusuf Ulupınar, Ali İhsan Akbaş, Mehmet Aksoy.
QPE.P08 On the accuracy of dual-polarization rainfall algorithms due to beam broadening,Luca Baldini, CNR – Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, Italia and Eugenio Gorgucci.
QPE.P09 Investigation of quasi-vertical profiles of C-band radar polarimetric data for QPE in complex orography, Luca Baldini, CNR – Institute of Atmospheric Sciences and Climate, Italia and Mario Montopoli, Nicoletta Roberto, Elisa Adirosi, Eugenio Gorgucci.
QPE.P10 Drop size distribution – & radar data characteristics during frontal passages in Central Europe, Malte Neuper, Institute of Water and River Basin Management, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany and Uwe Ehret.
QPE.P11 Performance analysis of the Italian radar QPE, Gianfranco Vulpiani, Department of Civil Protection, Italy and Emilio Guerriero, Pietro Giordano, Mario Montopoli.
QPE.P12 Rainfall Retrieval with a Polarimetric C-Band Radar in Brazil: Performance Tests, Roberto V. Calheiros, SIMEPAR, Brasil and Cesar Beneti, Angelo Breda, Camila Oliveira, Leonardo Calvetti, Arthur Paiva Neto.
QPE.P13 The potential of crowdsourced automatic weather stations for improved rainfall measurement resolution in Amsterdam, Lotte de Vos, Wageningen University, Netherland and Hidde Leijnse, Aart Overeen, Remko Uijlenhoet.
QPE.P14 Comparison of Precipiation Data of Balikesir Radar with Flows Into The Dam and Pond, Ali İhsan Akbaş, Turkish State Meteorological Service and Yusuf Ulupınar, Esin Oğuz, Mehmet Aksoy.
QPE.P15 Polarimetric radar-driven hydrological simulations in urban and agricultural areas in Denmark, Xin He, Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland, Denmark and Thomas Boevith, Flemming Vejen, Torben O. Sonnenborg, Karsten H. Jensen.
QPE.P16 Comparison of online and offline based merging methods of rainfall intensities for extreme events,Bora Shehu, WAWI – Leibniz University Hannover, Germany and Uwe Haberlandt.
QPE.P17 Warm-rain Precipitataion over Complex Regions: a New Polarimetric Classification Scheme, Leonardo Porcacchia, Civil Environmental and Infrastructure Engineering, George Mason University, USA and Pierre-Emmanuel Kirstetter, Boon-Leng Cheong, Marios N. Anagnostou, Viviana Maggioni, Jonathan J. Gourley.
QPE.P18 Application of the CLEAN-AP clutter filter for improved Quantitative Precipitation Estimation,Timothy Darlington, Met Office, UK and Sam Lyons, Sebastian Torres, David Warde.
QPE.P19 Use of dual-polarization data to predict precipitation type and accumulation in winter storms, Rita Roberts, National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA and Andrew Gaydos, Scott Landolt, Michael Dixon.
QPE.P20 Ka Band radar measurements of precipitating clouds in the central Andes, Steven Paul Chavez, Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Peru.
QPE.P21 Using RAPP processing chain with low-cost dual-polarization X-band mini radars: improvements and application to Adriatic field campaigns, Stefano Barbieri, CETEMPS, University of L’Aquila, Italy and Errico Picciotti, Frank Marzano, Mario Montopoli, Saverio Di Fabio, Francesca Sini, Marco Pellegrini, Francesco Iocca.
QPE.P22 Limits of precipitation nowcasting by radar extrapolation in Central Europe, Jan Mejsnar, IAP, The Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic and Zbynek Sokol, Vojtech Bliznák.
QPE.P23 Comparison of two systems for regional flash flood hazard assessment, Eulàlia Monfort-Pàmies, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain and Carles Corral, Marc Berenguer, Daniel Sempere-Torres, Francesco Silvestro, Laura Poletti, Flavio Pignone, Nicola Rebora.
QPE.P24 High-resolution 3D reflectivity compositing of the South Korean radar network, Marc Berenguer, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya, Spain and Sempere-Torres Daniel, Lee GyuWon.
QPE.P25 Radar Observation of Evaporation and Implications for QPE and Cooling Rate Estimation, Pablo Saavedra, University of Bonn, Germany and Xinxin Xie, Raquel Marques Evaristo, Silke Troemel, Clemens Simmer, Alexander Ryzhkov.
QPE.P26 Achievements of reflectivity – rainfall rate conversion coefficients for 8 radars of TSMS, Aytaç Hazer, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Erkan Afacan.
CAL.P01 Design and Operation of an Electrooptical Delay Line for Weather Radar Phase Stability Measurements, Marcus Pool, Selex ES, Germany and Frank Gekat, Daniel Ridène, Ouassim Laszrak.
CAL.P02 A comparison of calibration methods applied to polarimetric X-band weather radar, Sabine Joos, Federal Office of Meteorology and Climatology MeteoSwiss, Switzerland and Andreas Leuenberger, Marc Schneebeli, Jordi Figueras i Ventura, Marco Gabella.
CAL.P03 Experiences with Calibration of a Dual Polarization Weather Radar with Ageing TR Cells, Norman Donaldson, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Canada and Vlado Stojanovic, David Hudak.
CAL.P04 Calibration Studies in Turkish Weather Radar Network For Improving Data Quality, Cihan Gözübüyük, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and Ali Doğan.
CAL.P05 Complex Waveform Calibration, Sergey Panov, Vaisala Inc., USA and Fritz O’Hora, Pekka Puhakka.
NWP.P01 3D Wind Retrieval using Radar, Lidar, and Aircraft Data for Munich Airport, Ayla Augst, German Aerospace Center (DLR), Germany and Martin Hagen.
NWP.P02 Preparation for ingesting radar refractivity retrieval data to numerical models, Ya-Chien Feng, McGill University, Canada and Frédéric Fabry.
NWP.P03 Assimilation of radar data in megacity via Korea Local Analysis and Prediction System, Sangil Kim, WISE HUFS, South Korea and Joon-Bum Jee, Jae-Sik Min, Min Jang, Jeong-Gyun Park.
NWP.P04 Development of cloud electric field in heavy convection – a case study, Zbynek Sokol, Institute of Atmospheric Physics ASCR, Czech Republic and Petr Pesice.
NWP.P05 Case study of hailstorms with the waterspout over Hatay Turkey on 08 January 2016, Erhan Arslan, Turkish State Meteorological Service, Turkey and A.Metin Çakıroğlu.
NWP.P06 Impact of radar reflectivity assimilation in KENDA: the italian experiment, Pier Paolo Alberoni, Arpae, Italia and Virginia Poli, Chiara Marsigli, Tiziana Paccagnella.