The 9th NAME User Workshop
The 9th NAME User Workshop will take place at the Met Office, Exeter on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th June, 2023.
Content of the workshop
The workshop will focus on recent developments and the wide range of applications of NAME.
We envisage there will be presentations on NAME model developments, air quality, emergency response, inverse modelling and volcanic, chemical, radiological and biological dispersion, as well as practical hands-on activities, discussion groups and opportunities for you to ask questions and get help with NAME on Jasmin, the NAME collaboration platform (MOSRS) and other general NAME issues.
A limited online programme will be available via Microsoft Teams for those who are unable to travel.
Attendance, and lunch and refreshments for in-person attendees, are free of charge.
For in-person attendees, a workshop dinner will be held on the Monday evening. Further details of the workshop dinner, including menu and payment information, will be sent to registered attendees.
Registration and abstract submission
Members as well as non-members of the NAME User Community are invited to participate. You do not have to be a current user of the NAME model to attend.
For registration and workshop enquiries, please email [email protected].
If you would like to give a presentation (oral or in-person poster) please submit a short (max 1 page) abstract in Word format to [email protected]. Oral presentations will be approximately 15 minutes in duration. There will also be a dedicated poster session for in-person attendees. Please indicate your preference.
The closing date for registration and abstract submission is Thursday 4th May 2023.
Whether you will be presenting work at the workshop or not, this is still a great opportunity to catch up on what is happening with NAME, ask questions, discuss ideas, and build better links and collaborations.
NAME training course
An in-person training course for new users of NAME will take place on Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th June 2023. For enquiries and to book a place please email [email protected]. Please note places are limited. An online training course will take place later in the year.
Travel and accommodation
Information on how to get to the Met Office can be found here