A "Maintenance Training" took place in Toulouse on September 20-22th 2010 (see page on aladin website for practical details, agenda, photos, list of participants).
Its objectives were, among others, to help newcomers to get familiar with the phasing procedure, to give them
some overview of the (...)
These presentations were given during the 2009 SURFEX Training Course, Toulouse, 14-16 October 2009. Introduction to SURFEX (E. Martin) SURFEX in AROME (Y. Seity) SURFEX in Aladin (and Arpege) NWP model (F. Bouyssel) SURFEX in the climate group (B. Decharme) Some SURFEX applications at (...)
These practical exercises were organized during the 2009 SURFEX Training course organized in Toulouse, 14-16 October 2009. A. Introduction Environment Job structure Get sxmosa1 files Stand-alone application B. 1D cases Physiography Run isba 1D case Run FLake 1D case C. 2D hirlake case
These practical exercises were done during the 2nd AROME training course, Lisbon, 4-7 March 2008. Introduction to practical exercises (see introduction.pdf) : AROME forecast overview Introduction to AROME code PC Package (see PC package.pdf) : Graphics Model on PC 1D model tests with MUSC (...)
The first ALARO-0 training course took place in Radostovice (Czech Rep) on March 26-30, 2007.
The programme, the time-table and the list of participants are in the joined pdf file. Main outcomes and decisions from the final discussion also.
Please consult the pages ((1), (2)) of the training (...)
Announcement on October 19, 2006
Message for ALADIN coordinators, Hirlam Project Manager, ECMWF, COSMO and Met Office contact points, RPN (Meteorological Research Branch of Meteorological Service of Canada) teachers
This is the official announcement for the Surface/Surfex (...)
The 1st AROME training course took place in Poiana Brasov (Romania), on November 21-25, 2005. 53 people from 23 countries attended the one week Seminar. 10 teachers gave 22 hours main lectures on the most important points for running AROME in the forecast mode, considering both the theoretical (...)