The 7th International Conference Energy & Meteorology (ICEM) with the theme “Towards climate-resilient energy systems” and held in the beautiful Galzignano Terme Spa and Golf Resort near Padua, Italy was a great success. Around 150 delegates joined the in-person ICEM 2023, for three full days of plenary sessions, parallel sessions, poster sessions, workshop-type discussions, panel discussions, networking and more in a relaxed and educational environment.

A big thank you to all delegates, scientific commitee, organisers and sponsors who made yet another ICEM edition succed!

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Programme and Presentations

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All the slides and posters presented at ICEM 2023 (except for those either not received or for which approval has not been granted by the author) are available at the links on the programme below. Audio recordings of the sessions in the main room, Sala dei Giganti, are also available. The pdf programme can be downloaded here.

08:00 - 09:00Registration
Plenary Session
Sala dei Giganti
09:00 - 10:45Opening plenary session (Audio Recording)
MoC/Chair: Dr Sue-Ellen Haupt, NCAR, and WEMC, USA
09:05 - 09:15Welcome (Audio Recording)
Prof. Alberto Troccoli
Director, WEMC/ICS, UK/Italy
09:15-09:40Getting Climate READi: A Common Framework for Physical Climate Risk Assessment of the Power System
Increasing severity and frequency of extreme weather events plus society’s growing dependance on electricity are challenging the need of electric grid resilience. Energy companies and industry stakeholders require science-based insights to respond to these trends and identify optimal adaptation and resilience investments. Climate READi: PowerTM will develop a comprehensive and consistent framework to enhance the planning, design, and operation of a resilient power system. This presentation will characterize the challenges climate change presents to the electric power system and how Climate READi intends to address as we seek to bridge the gap between the scientific community and power industry practitioners.
Ms Morgan Scott
Director, Climate READi, Sustainability & Ecosystem Stewardship, Electric Power Research Institute, USA
09:40-10:05Climate Services, for climate-resilient energy systems
Changes in the climate over the coming months, years and decades is one of the most pressing challenges that society faces. The provision and use of climate information in decision-making (i.e. climate services) are central to building resilience to climate-related risks, and for some sectors such as energy, can also offer opportunities. This talk will introduce the topic of climate services and international collaboration and coordination, with some examples of how climate information is being used to assist decision-making.
Prof. Chris Hewitt
Director, Climate Services, World Meteorological Organization, Switzerland
10:05-10:30Envisioning climate-compatible futures though model integration
Energy systems are confronted with two systemic transformations set to significantly change their appearance in the next decades: transitioning to net-zero while adapting to increasing climate risks. This talk will discuss future scenarios of energy system transformation to achieve both goals simultaneously. Drawing from IPCC modeling analysis, we will delineate different pathways of change consistent with these objectives and discuss their pros and cons. We will also debate how the scientific community can contribute to this task by integrating different disciplines and informing science-based climate policy.
Prof. Massimo Tavoni
Director, European Institute on Economics and the Environment, RFF-EIEE CMCC and Politecnico di Milano, Italy
10:30-10:45Q&A and Wrap Up
10:45-11:15Coffee Break
11:15-12:45Poster Session
Sala dei Giganti
Chair: Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt, DLR
Parallel Sessions
Sala dei GigantiSala Petrarca
Sala degli Scrovegni
Energy Policy, Programmes and Cross-sectoral Issues
(Audio Recording)
Chair: Jan Remund, Meteotest
Climate & Energy Modelling
Chair: Laurens Stoop, Univ. Utrecht and TenneT
Energy Resource Management
Chair: Lueder von Bremen, DLR
14:00-14:15Identifying Gaps in Meteorology Knowledge Required to Further Develop Wind Energy
Sue Ellen Haupt
Inter-annual climate variability and adequate planning of future energy systems
Leonard Göke
How weather and grid distribution determine PV forecast error integration costs
Dan Travers
14:15-14:30Smart Charging of Electric Vehicles in Energy Systems with high Shares of Renewable Energies
Carsten Hoyer-Klick
Severity of variable renewably energy droughts in Europe
Martin Kittel
Europe month-ahead temperature is more predictable than suggested by numerical models
Sem Vijverberg
14:30-14:45Here comes the sun on Strawberry fields: the agrivoltaics project REGACE
Cristina Cornaro
Modelling the effects of climate change on Austrian future electricity system
Demet Suna
MIA: A flexible data-driven system for climate impact modelling applied for subseasonal-to-seasonal prediction of renewable energy in Brazil.
Gabriel Perez
14:45-15:00Reducing the carbon footprint of mini-grids in Africa: the value of solar PV.
Théo Chamarande
Variable renewable energy droughts
and the power sector

Martin Kittel
An irradiance probabilistic prediction system based on WRF-Solar EPS and the analog ensemble
Stefano Alessandrini
15:00-15:15Renewable generation and green hydrogen: infrastructural requirements for a resilient, independent, net-zero energy system
Gianni Goretti
Application of hydrological droughts pooling procedures on low wind power generation events in the UK
Panit Potisomporn
Identifying statistical behaviors explaining the different performances of site-adaptation of GHI depending on the satellite database
Loïc Yezeguelian
15:15-15:35Panel Q&A
Speakers 3-1 to 3-5
Panel Q&A
Speakers 2-1 to 2-5
Panel Q&A
Speakers 3-1 to 3-5
15:35-16:05Coffee Break
16:05-17:45PANEL SESSION
Sala dei Giganti
Towards climate-resilient energy systems

Convenors: Laurent Dubus (RTE & WEMC) and Sue-Ellen Haupt (NCAR & WEMC)

Slides, Audio Recording, and Summary Report
Sala Petrarca

Weather and climate services
Convenors: James Fallon (Univ. Reading), Jake Badger (DTU), Justin Sharp (Sharply Focused)

Sala degli Scrovegni

Energy and meteorology education
Convenors: Juan A. Añel (Univ. Vigo), Susana Bayo-Besteiro (Univ. Vigo), Matthew Wright (Univ. Oxford/RMetS)

09:00-10:30Plenary Session
Sala dei Giganti
(Audio Recording)
Chair: Laurent Dubus, RTE and WEMC
09:00-09:40Climate change modelling and impacts on the power system in France
Several studies have shown that climate change will play a role in the frequency and intensity of future extreme flood events affecting not only residential houses or inhabitants but also infrastructure and lifelines such as the electricity transmission grid. Since more than 15 years CCR (public reinsurance company) has developed its expertise in modelling water-related hazards including climate change scenarios.
Based on a recent research project, RTE (the French national electricity Transmission System Operator) and CCR have worked together to map the exposure of the electricity network regarding three in-house simulated hydrological hazards (river overflow, surface run-off and storm surge) for current climate, and two scenarios for future climate (SSP4.5 and 8.5).

Dr David Moncoulon
Head of Department R&D Modelling, Caisse Centrale de Réassurance, France
09:40-10:20 Why we as a company like to do projects with research institutes
Matthias Lange
Director, Energy & Meteo Systems, Germany
The WMO Portal for Weather and Climate Services for Energy
WMO and partners are developing a web portal to facilitate access to actionable knowledge for all those involved in the energy industry. The imperative to accelerate the transition to net-zero energy, while building energy resilience, calls for a credible “go-to” technical and informational reference point for all the stakeholders in need of weather and climate science to complement existing institutional resources. This presentation will walk through the main functions of the portal which are: Knowledge Sharing, Action-Oriented, Engage and Network.
Ms Roberta Boscolo
Lead Climate and Energy, World Meteorological Organization, Switzerland
10:40-11:10Coffee Break
11:10-12:30Poster Session
Sala dei Giganti
Chair: Jake Badger, DTU
Parallel Sessions
Sala dei GigantiSala Petrarca
Sala degli Scrovegni
Energy Planning & Financing
(Audio Recording)
Chair: Carsten Hoyer-Klick, DLR
Weather and Climate Services for Energy
Chair: Manajit Sengupta, NREL
Energy Operations & Maintenance
Chair: Jared Lee, NCAR
13:45-14:00Firm Power Generation
Jan Remund
ProPower: Evaluating the value of probabilistic forecasts in power systems
Lueder von Bremen
Discussion on improving efficiency in machine learning wind power forecast for operational purposes
Daniele Perona
14:00-14:15Overview of New Capabilities in the NSRDB
Manajit Sengupta
A Guide to Optimal Renewable Energy Solutions: IEA Recommended Practice for the Implementation of Renewable Energy  Forecast Solutions
John Zack
Enhancing regional PV power estimation using physics-based models, solar irradiance data and deep learning
Gabriel Kasmi
14:15-14:30What is a realistic annual energy yield from very large wind farm clusters and energy islands?
Jake Badger
IEA Wind Task 51 Forecasting for the Weather Driven Energy System
Gregor Giebel
A tailored solar power forecasting system for optimized grid management in Tahiti, French Polynesia
Damien Raynaud
14:30-14:45A new Wind Atlas for Italy
Simone Sperati
The NASA POWER Global Solar Insolation and Meteorological Parameter Web Services Through NASA/AWS Cloud-based Services
Falguni Patadia
Daily global aerosol and radiation forecasts including aerosol-radiation-cloud interaction
Vanessa Bachmann
14:45-15:00Developing datasets of tidal and wave energy generation from renewable resource models
Camilla Thomson
The new CAMS Radiation Service v4.5 – method improvements and variability class-dependent validation
Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt
A new methodology for the identification of wet-snow conditions for snow sleeves forecast on the overhead power lines
Riccardo Bonanno
15:00-15:15Mitigation of global warming by direct cooling of the atmosphere
Dimitre Karamanev
Worldwide benchmark of 10 databases of modelled global and direct solar irradiance at 129 radiometric stations.
Elena E. Collino
Assessing the gains of a photovoltaic collective self-consumption from residential and tertiary buildings
Sylvain Cros
15:15-15:35Panel Q&A
Speakers 1-1 to 1-6
Panel Q&A
Speakers 2-1 to 2-6
Panel Q&A
Speakers 3-1 to 3-6
15:35-16:05Coffee Break
Sala dei Giganti
Artificial Intelligence

Convenors: Sue Hellen Haupt and Georges Kariniotakis

Slides and Audio Recording
Sala Petrarca
Visualisation of Climate and Sectoral indicators
Convenors: Penny Boorman and Alberto Troccoli

Slides and Movie
18:45-19:45Tasting of local specialties
20:00-23:30Conference Dinner
Parallel Sessions
Sala dei GigantiSala Petrarca
Sala degli Scrovegni
Climate & Energy Modelling
(Audio Recording)
Chair: Stefano Alessandrini, NCAR
Energy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
Chair: Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt, DLR
Energy Operations & Maintenance/Energy Policy
Chair: Manajit Sengupta, NREL
09:00-09:15Energy Pathways to 2050 – Evolution in weather-related risks to France’s power system
Bénédicte Jourdier
Effects of flexibility costs on electricity systems depending on regional wind and PV capacities with an application to France
Samouro Dansokho
A Methodology to Improve the Predictability of  Offshore Wind Energy Generation: Evidence from Great Britain
Kevin F Forbes
09:15-09:30Characterization of atmospheric conditions leading to compound low wind power production and high electricity consumption in France
François Collet
Global photovoltaic potential in climate change scenarios: role of aerosols and associated costs
Alejandra Isaza
Improving a probabilistic icing risk forecast system for wind farm operation
Rémi Dupont
09:30-09:45Impacts of climate change on the Italian power system
Alice Di Bella
Future residential electricity consumption under climate change in France: application of a fine-granularity thermosensitivity model.
Qiqi Tao
Evolution of the wet snow hazard for the electricity network in Corsica in 2050
Sylvie Parey
09:45-10:00The impact of climate change on electricity generation and demand profiles in Europe until 2100
Franziska Schöniger
Establishment of a climatological frame of reference of cold weather for gas transporters
Marie Cassas
Impacts of climate intervention/geoengineering by stratospheric sulfate injection on solar power in Spain
Juan Antonio Añel
10:00-10:15Climate change resilient future energy systems: assessing the impact of heatwaves in Germany
Madhura Yeligeti
Adaptation of the French Transmission Network to Climate Change – The case of underground lines resilience to extreme heat
Laurent Dubus
Electricity sector subsidies and reforms in Ethiopia: An economy-wide analysis
Amsalu Woldie Yalew
10:15-10:35Panel Q&A
Speakers 1-1 to 1-5
Panel Q&A
Speakers 2-1 to 2-5
Panel Q&A
Speakers 3-1 to 3-5
10:35-11:05Coffee Break
Parallel Sessions
Sala dei GigantiSala Petrarca
Sala degli Scrovegni
Climate & Energy Modelling
(Audio Recording)
Chair: Laurent Dubus, RTE and WEMC
Energy Operations & Maintenance
Chair: Gregor Giebel, DTU
Weather and Climate Services for Energy
Chair: Juan Añel, Univ. Vigo
11:05-11:20A climate change compatible approach and database for energy systems prospective studies in Europe
Laurens P Stoop
An Overview of the WRF-Solar Ensemble Prediction System
Manajit Sengupta
WMO Global Energy Resilience Atlas: Climate Risk Indices for Hydropower      
Richaihu Wu
11:20-11:35Generation of a future-proof hydro inflow dataset for power system studies
Nicholas Fabio Bonfanti
Impact of solar eclipses on weather variables for the energy sector
Yann Dr Michel
Building a climate service for hydro-power ressources: Application to Mpatamanga project in Malawi within FOCUS-Africa project  
Hiba Omrani
11:35-11:50Extreme and long-lasting events of high demand and low renewable generation with long climate model simulations and rare event algorithm
Bastien Cozian
Comparison of short-term (hour-ahead) solar irradiance forecasts from all-sky imager, satellite images and numerical weather prediction models
Thomas Schmidt
Hydrological Seasonal Forecast as a Resource Assessment Tool for the Upper Adige Catchment
Mattia Zaramella
11:50-12:05Using Climate-Sensitive Critical Infrastructure Power Reserves to Improve Grid Resilience
James C Fallon
West African solar forecast errors and their link with meteorological conditions: case study of Zagtouli solar farm (Burkina-Faso) 
Léo Clauzel
Implementation of customized hydropower model for enhancing the hydropower generation in Tanzania 
Alberto Troccoli
12:05-12:20Metrics for assessing climate change impacts on European resource adequacy
Laurens P Stoop
NYSolarCast: Utility and Distributed Solar Power Forecasting for New York State
Jared A. Lee
A-CDFt: an analytical extension of the CDFt bias-adjustment method adopted in the context of the EU C3S Energy Service. A first implementation and application to energy-relevant climate properties
Letizia Lusito
12:20-12:40Panel Q&A
Speakers 1-1 to 1-5
Panel Q&A
Speakers 2-1 to 2-5
Panel Q&A
Speakers 3-1 to 3-5
14:00-15:35Plenary Session
Sala dei Giganti
(Audio Recording)
Chair: Jake Badger, DTU
14:00-14:45 Renewable Energy Forecasting – State of the art, highlight results of Smart4RES and future directions
Renewable energy (RES) forecasting of the power output of wind and solar power plants for the next minutes to days ahead has been a very active research field internationally since the mid ‘80s. RES forecasts are needed for an efficient integration of renewables in power systems and electricity markets. In this talk we will present an outlook of the evolution of the state of the art, followed by the final highlight results obtained in the frame of the European project Smart4RES. Finally, we will conclude with a proposal of research priorities for the future of renewable energy forecasting.
Prof. Georges Kariniotakis
Head of Renewable Energies & Smartgrids Group, MINES Paris, PSL University, France
14:45-15:35Climate risk and impact assessments for energy security
The presentation will share the latest results of the IEA’s climate risk assessment, which covered major segments of the energy supply chain. It will explain how the IEA processed climate models and data, and what kind of challenges it faced.
The lecture will also describe how a climate risk assessment can be developed further into an impact assessment, using cases of hydropower. It concluded with the implications of these assessments for energy security

Jinsun Lim
Energy and Environment Policy Analyst, International Energy Agency
15:35-16:15Coffee Break
16:15-17:00Award Ceremony
Final Remarks and Closing

(Audio Recording)
Chair: Alberto Troccoli (WEMC & ICS)
Poster numberPoster TitleAuthorSession
1An initial assessment of wind measurements in QatarDunia BachourEnergy Planning & Financing
2Complementarity of Iberian offshore wind farm potential sites using COSMO-REA6 high-resolution reanalysisMiguel Angel GaertnerEnergy Planning & Financing
3Solar energy resource assessment in the South China Sea based on FY-4A Surface Solar Irradiance productYueming HuEnergy Planning & Financing
4Train2Wind – An overview of the Lollex experimentGregor GiebelEnergy Planning & Financing
5Solar energy assessment and forecasting in insular regions: the Tahiti case studyGuillaume TremoyEnergy Planning & Financing
6Advanced meteorological forecast model and applications in energy marketAlessandro CeppiEnergy Operations & Maintenance
7Daily global aerosol and radiation forecasts including aerosol-radiation-cloud interactionVanessa BachmannEnergy Operations & Maintenance
8Effect of Satellite Imagery and Machine Learning In An Open-Source Solar Power Forecasting ProjectJacob BiekerEnergy Operations & Maintenance
9Energy Forecasting at Great Britain’s Electricity System OperatorDirk CannonEnergy Operations & Maintenance
10Evaluation of neural networks performance for regional-scale day-ahead wind power forecasting in GermanyNicolas SebastienEnergy Operations & Maintenance
11Impact of synoptic circulation patterns on renewable energy-related variables over ChinaMuyuan LiEnergy Operations & Maintenance
12Improving probabilistic wind power forecasting: A novel nonlinear and online combination methodGeorges KariniotakisEnergy Operations & Maintenance
13Meteorological Sservioce for Renewable and TSOFederico BottaroEnergy Operations & Maintenance
14RES-oriented improvements in numerical weather prediction in the Smart4RES projectMarie CassasEnergy Operations & Maintenance
15Research on the Nowcasting Method of Solar Energy Resources Base on FY-4A Ground Radiation ProductsDong YeEnergy Operations & Maintenance
16Study on Doppler Weather Radar Quality Control Using U-net ModelXintong ZhaoEnergy Operations & Maintenance
17Vertical distribution of near-surface aerosol extinction over North China and its impacts on tower photothermal power generationBeixi JiaEnergy Operations & Maintenance
18Week-Ahead Electrical Load Forecasting Based on Convolutional Neural Network with Two-Dimensional Image Mapping of Time Series Load and Weather DataJeong-Do ParkEnergy Operations & Maintenance
19Testing grid restoration with wind power plants – FCR provision and distributed power forecastsMarcus LetzelEnergy Operations & Maintenance
20An Innovative Bias Correction Method for Extreme Events for Seasonal Energy ManagementMarcello PetittaEnergy Resource Management
21Day-ahead prediction of wind power production with multiple numerical weather prediction data and machine learning algorithmsGang Huang
Energy Resource Management
22 Deep-S2SWind: A data-driven approach for improving Sub-seasonal wind predictionsNoelia Otero FelipeEnergy Resource Management
23A methodology for Climate change impacts on wind energy resource over Europe for future electricity mixes analysisBoutheina OueslatiEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
24Climate change impacts on solar power systemsLilian FejesEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
25Climate model performances in assessing air temperature – humidity relationship: a critical framework for stream temperature assessmentBoutheina OueslatiEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
26Future Climate Change Impact Assessment on Extreme Low Wind Events for Offshore Wind Turbines within the UK Exclusive Economic ZoneSara AbdelazizEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
27Impacts of climate change on temporal fragmentation of energy demand in EuropeHajar FilahiEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
28Potential climate change impacts on solar photovoltaic energy in West AfricaSandrine AnquetinEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
29Sampling representative years for a TSO in a climate simulation of 200 yearsJean ThoreyEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
30Spatial distribution of residential building energy demand in France for the XXIth Century: impact of temperature and population projectionsSylvain CrosEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
31The role of multidecadal climate variability and climate change in designing future highly renewable power systemsJan WohlandEnergy Systems Risk Assessment & Investment
32A metastatistical approach for the assessment of frequency and duration of low-wind-power eventsNathalia Correa-SánchezClimate & Energy Modelling
33Challenges in validating regional PV methods: a discussion on geometry assumptions and other elementsRodrigo Amaro e SilvaClimate & Energy Modelling
34Dunkelflaute and long-term electric energy shortage events in EuropeYvonne ScholzClimate & Energy Modelling
35Effects of future climate scenarios on solar and wind energy generation in ChileGuillermo Valenzuela-VenegasClimate & Energy Modelling
36Evaluating the Sensitivity of the Total system cost and Installed capacity of Technologies of Electricity System to The Perturbation of the Onshore Wind and PV Capacity FactorMaryam KadkhodaeiClimate & Energy Modelling
37Extreme high temperature in France by 2050 for the distribution networkSylvie PareyClimate & Energy Modelling
38FAIR Data in Energy Systems AnalysisCarsten Hoyer-KlickClimate & Energy Modelling
39Future calculation of wind and solar energy capacity factors over Europe using CMIP6 model projectionsIdunn Aamnes MostueClimate & Energy Modelling
40Future photovoltaic power at the Atacama and Sonora deserts under climate changeJuan Añel (Susana Bayo-Besteiro)Climate & Energy Modelling
41Historical analysis of global distribution of and trends in wind droughtsEnrico AntoniniClimate & Energy Modelling
42Improving hydropower constraints modeling for a national power gridLaure BaratginClimate & Energy Modelling
43Solar resource climate scenariosKristian Pagh NielsenClimate & Energy Modelling
44Spatial correlation structures of wind speed and irradiance in Europe as modelled in regional climate models and the ERA5 reanalysisMarion Schroedter-HomscheidtClimate & Energy Modelling
45Temporal downscaling wind climate data using machine learningJoana MendesClimate & Energy Modelling
46Temporally compounding high-impact events in hydropower-dominated renewable electricity systems in EuropeLieke van der MostClimate & Energy Modelling
47Weather and Climate Services in Support of the German Energy Transition: Use cases of Germany’s national meteorological service (Deutscher Wetterdienst, DWD)Frank KasparEnvironmental Impacts of Energy Systems
48West African Mineral Dust: a key in the NExus ClimaTe – WATer – EnergySandrine AnquetinEnvironmental Impacts of Energy Systems
49Adapting Energy Systems to a changing Climate - A Destination Earth Use CaseMarion Schroedter-HomscheidtWeather and Climate Services for Energy
50Selecting CMIP6 models to assess the impact of climate change on energy demand over EuropeHajar FilahiWeather and Climate Services for Energy
51Teal: a visualisation tool to explore climate data and related indicatorsPenny Boorman
See also Workshop page
Weather and Climate Services for Energy
52Cosmic-Rays Neutron Sensing as a novel approach to measure Snow Water Equivalent, key to hydroelectric powerEnrico GazzolaWeather and Climate Services for Energy
53The Royal Meteorological Society (UK)’s engagement with the energy sectorMatthew WrightEnergy Policy, Programmes and Cross-sectoral Issues


Interview Haupt

Interview Hewitt

Interview Tavoni


Scientific & Programme Organising Committee

The organisation of ICEM 2023 wouldn’t be possible without the expertise of our integral science and programme organising committee, made up of global experts in the field:

  • Dr Stefano Alessandrini (NCAR, USA)
  • Dr Juan A. Añel (Universidade de Vigo, Spain)
  • Dr Pierre Audinet (World Bank, USA)
  • Dr Jake Badger (DTU Wind, Denmark)
  • Dr Hamid Bastani (WMO)
  • Dr Hannah Bloomfield (University of Bristol, UK)
  • Ms Roberta Boscolo (WMO)
  • Mr Mohammed Boulahya (ClimDevAfrica, France)
  • Dr David Brayshaw (University of Reading, UK)
  • Mr Christian Brose (Uniper Global Commodities SE, Germany)
  • Dr Carlo Buontempo (ECMWF, UK)
  • Mr Simon Camal (MinesParisTech, France)
  • Dr Alexandros Charalambides (Cyprus University of Technology, Cyprus)
  • Dr Steve Dorling (UEA/WeatherQuest, UK)
  • Dr Laurent Dubus (RTE/WEMC, France)
  • Dr. Jan Dutton (Prescient Weather Ltd, USA)
  • Ms Jane Ebinger (World Bank, USA)
  • Mr James Fallon (University of Reading, UK)
  • Dr Gregor Giebel (DTU, Denmark)
  • Dr Prashant Goswami (CSIR, India)
  • Dr Don Gunasekera (Deakin Universiy, Australia)
  • Prof Gareth Harrison (The University of Edinburgh, UK)
  • Dr Alain Heimo (ex-Meteotest, Switzerland)
  • Dr Sue Ellen Haupt (NCAR/WEMC, USA)
  • Dr Detlev Heinemann (Oldenburg University, Germany)
  • Dr Tao Hong (University of North Carolina, USA)
  • Mr Carsten Hoyer-Klick (DLR, Germany)
  • Dr Georges Kariniotakis (MINES ParisTech, France)
  • Dr Alexander Karpov (Association of Hydro- Met Equipment Industry)
  • Mr Amit Kumar (The Energy and Resources Institute, India)
  • Mr Trevor Lee (Energy Partners, Australia)
  • Dr Jared Lee (NCAR, USA)
  • Dr Pascal Mailier (Royal Meteorological Institute, Belgium)
  • Dr Melinda Marquis (NOAA, USA)
  • Dr Rochelle Schneider Dos Santos (European Space Agency, Italy)
  • Mr Karthik Mukkavilli (UNSW & CSIRO, Australia)
  • Dr Marisol Osman (KIT, Germany)
  • Mr Pierre Pinson (Imperial College, UK)
  • Dr David Pozo Vázquez (University of Jaén, Spain)
  • Dr David Renné (ISES, USA)
  • Ms Wu Richaihu (WMO)
  • Mr Mohammed Sadeck (ClimDevAfrica)
  • Mr Yves-Marie Saint-Drenan (Mines Paris Tech, France)
  • Prof Roberto Schaeffer (Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
  • Dr Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt (DLR, Germany)
  • Dr Justin Sharp (Sharply Focused, USA)
  • Dr Anna Maria Sempreviva (DTU, Denmark)
  • Dr Manajit Sengupta (NREL, Colorado, USA)
  • Mr Wes Stein (CSIRO, Australia)
  • Mr Jess Torpey (Uniper, Germany)
  • Dr Alberto Troccoli (WEMC/UEA, UK, Chair and ICEM 2023 Convener)
  • Dr James Wilczak (NOAA, USA)
  • Dr Jan Wohland (ETH, Switzerland)
  • Mr Matthew Wright (Royal Meteorological Society and University of Oxford, UK)
  • Dr Ziniu Xiao (State Key Laboratory of Numerical Modeling for Atmospheric Sciences and Geophysical Fluid Dynamics (LASG), Institute of Atmospheric Physics (IAP), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)


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