9th Meeting of the Austrian Meteorological Society

11–12 May 2023 in Innsbruck



Thursday, 11 May
12:00–13:00 Registration
13:00–13:20 Welcome
   Univ.-Prof. Dr. Gregor Weihs - Vice rector for research, Universität Innsbruck
   Dr. Gerhard Wotawa - Vorsitzender ÖGM
13:20–15:30 Session 1 (Chair: Mathias Rotach)

Mountain climate at the kilometer-scale grid spacing

Nikolina Ban (Universität Innsbruck) - invited presentation


Climate History of Central Europe during the Little Ice Age

Ulrich Foelsche (Universität Graz), Martin Stangl, Thomas Pliemon, Erik Kraml, Bruno Besser, Christian Rohr, Christian Pfister


Analysis of Subdaily Meteorological Measurements by Louis Morin in Paris, 1665–1713 CE

Thomas Pliemon (Unviersität Graz), Ulrich Foelsche, Christian Rohr, Christian Pfister


Investigating atmospheric blocking and related extreme events in Austria over the past decades

Moritz Pichler (Universität Graz), Andrea K. Steiner


BIOCLIM: High resolution climate indicators for Tirol and Vorarlberg for historical and future periods

Tatiana Klisho (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien), Fabian Lehner


Data-driven derivation of geoclimatic regions from high-dimensional data for Austria

Sebastian Lehner (GeoSphere Austria), Katharina Enigl, Matthias Schlögl

15:30–16:00 Coffee break
16:00–17:50 Session 2 (Chair: Ulrich Foelsche)

The role of meteorological information and data for agrometeorological applications

Josef Eitzinger (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien) - invited presentation


The impact of the 2022 Hunga-Tonga-Hunga-Haʻapai eruption on the stratosphere observed by radio occultation measurements

Matthias Stocker (Universität Graz), Florian Ladstädter, Andrea K. Steiner 


The effect of turbulence anisotropy on flux-gradient relations

Samuele Mosso (Universität Innsbruck), Ivana Stiperski


Scale-wise Relaxation to Isotropy in Turbulent Boundary Layer over Rough Terrain

Georgios Bagiatis (Universität Innsbruck), Ivana Stiperski, Mathias W. Rotach


Analyzing and modelling severe hail events over Austria based on radar data and the metastatistical extreme value distribution

Marc-Andre Falkensteiner, Gregor Ehrensperger (Universität Innsbruck), Tobias Hell, Vera Meyer, Hildegard Kaufmann, Lukas Tüchler, Georg Pistotnik

17:50–18:20 Poster Pitch Session (Chair: Alexander Gohm)
18:30–21:00 Poster Session + Dinner

ACME-Austrian Ceilometer Evaluation (Aerosol- & Mixing Layer Heights and their Use Cases)

Manuel Huber (GeoSphere Austria), Alexander Hieden, Kathrin Baumann-Stanzer, Maximilian Weissinger


Observation-based assessment of the surface climate in West Greenland in the last century

Florina Schalamon (Universität Graz), Jakob Abermann, Sebastian Scher, Andreas Trügler, Wolfgang Schöner, Caroline Drost Jensen


The cooling potential of green spaces in and around Vienna during prolonged dry periods

Josef Eitzinger (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien), Sabina Thaler, Herbert Formayer, Christian Gützer, Anna Hofer, Stephan Hörbinger, Valéry Masson, Erich Mursch-Radlgruber, Katharina Perny, Jürgen Preiss, Tobias Pröll, Hand Peter Rauch,  Melissa Sadriu, Stefan Schmidt,  Robert Schoetter, Debora Szocska, Heidelinde Trimmel, Max Wittkowski, David Wöß, Philipp Weihs


Analysis of above and below-canopy energy fluxes of an Alpine coniferous forest

Martina Destro (Universität Innsbruck), Nadia Vendrame, Mirco Rodeghiero, Leonardo Montagnani, Dino Zardi


The potential impact of assimilating cloud-affected visible and infrared satellite observations for convective-scale numerical weather prediction

Lukas Kugler (Universität Wien), Martin Weißmann


Temporal and spatial trends in precipitation in an Alpine catchment

Lindsey Nicholson (Universität Innsbruck), Calum Winter, Rainer Prinz, Michael Kuhn


Representation of mountain weather, climate, and climate change over the Greater Alpine Region in high-resolution datasets

Isabella Kohlhauser, Alzbeta Medvedova (Universität Innsbruck), Nikolina Ban, Douglas Maraun

Friday, 12 May
08:30–10:20 Session 3 (Chair: Aiko Voigt)

The importance of meteorological information for atmospheric aerosol research

Bernadett Weinzierl (Universität Wien) - invited presentation


B.PREPARED - Progressive forecast modelling of hazardous dispersions in a decision support system

Alexander Hieden (GeoSphere Austria)


Applications of WRF-Chem at GeoSphere Austria

Maximilian Weissinger (GeoSphere Austria), Marcus Hirtl, Claudia Flandorfer


Prototyping an Earth Observation (EO)-enabled kit supporting greenhouse gas reporting – GHG-Kit

Christian Maurer (GeoSphere Austria), Marcus Hirtl, Peter Redl, Antje Hoheisel, Marielle Mulder, Stefan Schneider


Spectral analysis of unstable flows: understanding the low frequency spreading of Kaimal’s scaling

Claudine Charrondière (University of Innsbruck), Ivana Stiperski

10:20–10:50 Coffee break
10:50–12:40 Session 4 (Chair: Gerhard Wotawa)

Snow information from the world's mountain regions - relevance and need for improvement

Wolfgang Schöner (Universität Graz) - invited presentation


Introducing the glacier loss day as indicator for unsustainable glacier melt

Rainer Prinz (Universität Innsbruck), Annelies Voordendag, Lilian Schuster, Georg Kaser


The WegenerNet 3D Open-Air Laboratory for Climate Change Research: A unique facility for high-resolution weather and climate studies

Jürgen Fuchsberger (Universität Graz), Andreas Kvas, Gottfried Kirchengast, Robert Galovic, Daniel Scheidl, Christoph Bichler


Basic physics predicts stronger high cloud radiative heating with warming

Blaž Gasparini (Universität Wien), Aiko Voigt, Giulio Mandorli, Claudia Stubenrauch


Radiative heating from low-level and high-level clouds creates tug-of-war on midlatitude cyclones

Aiko Voigt (University of Vienna), Behrooz Keshtgar, Klara Butz

12:40–13:00 Closing remarks

Student awards

Alexander Gohm


Closing remarks

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