The 6th NAME User Workshop
The 6th NAME User Workshop will be held at the Met Office, Exeter on Tuesday 11th and Wednesday 12th June, 2019.
Content of the workshop
The workshop will focus on the recent developments and applications of NAME.
This year’s workshop will introduce NAME v8.0, as well as demonstrate the wide range of uses of NAME.
We envisage there will be talks on volcanic, chemical, radiological and biological dispersion, as well as ensemble and inverse modelling.
For a second year we are also planning ‘demo-groups’ with hands on activities and opportunities for you to ask questions and get help with NAME on Jasmin, the NAME collaboration platform (MOSRS) and other general NAME issues.
Attendance, lunch and refreshments are free of charge.
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 to the workshop, please email email@example.com.
If you would like to give a presentation (oral or poster) please submit a short (max 1 page) abstract in Word format to firstname.lastname@example.org. Oral presentations will be approximately 15 minutes in duration. There will also be a dedicated poster session. Please indicate your preference. We also have the possibility to show a few EGU-PICO style presentations on an interactive touch screen (as part of the poster session).
The closing date for registration and abstract submission is Wednesday 24th April, 2019.
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 and build better links and collaborations.
If you are unable to attend in person there are still options for you to participate and contribute
- You can join via video conference, just let us know in advance so we can arrange the set-up
- We are happy to receive posters on your work with NAME - even if you cannot attend in person
Travel and accommodation
Information on how to get to the Met Office can be found here: