Poster Sessions

Wednesday, Oct. 18
15:40 P.M.–17:40 P.M.

Prepare Your Poster

Each presenter is provided with a 1.5-meter- high by 0.9-meter- wide poster board. Dimensions
of the usable work area are 118 centimeters high by 84 centimeters wide.

Poster Set-Up and Removal

To locate your assigned poster board, look for the sign marked with your session number at
the beginning of each row of posters. Each poster board will be marked with an individual
paper number. Posters must be set up before 3:30 P.M. and be removed between 5:40 P.M.
and 6:30 P.M.

Poster Competition

The criteria for evaluating poster presentations are
1. Presentation skill
2. Poster structure
3. Research performance
Results will announce as soon as possible after the conclusion of the poster session.


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2017.10.17
Time mins Name/Topic
08:00-09:00 60 Registration
09:00-09:20 20 Opening Remarks
Ching-Ray Chang (NTU Interim President)
Liang-Gee Chen (Minister of MOST)
Roger Wakimoto (Vice Chancellor for Research at UCLA, AMS President)
Hung-Chi Kuo (NTU Vice-President for Academic Affairs)
09:20-09:30 10 Group Photo
(Chair: Ben Jong-Dao Jou) Special Session
09:30-09:50 20 Keynote:
Hung-Chi Kuo (NTU), Tropical Cyclone
09:50-10:10 20 Keynote:
Vanda Grubisic (NCAR), Emerging Techniques
10:10-10:30 20 Keynote:
Richard Johnson (CSU), MCSs
Organization of Extreme-Rain-Producing MCSs in East Asia
10:30-10:50 20 Coffee Break
(Chair: Cheng-Shang Lee) Session 1, Tropical Cyclones (1)
10:50-11:10 20 Keynote:
Johnny C L Chan and Kelvin T F Chan
Different Convective Asymmetries Associated with Tropical Cyclone Landfall Angle
11:10-11:30 20 Keynote:
Kanada, S., S. Tsujino, H. Aiki, M. K. Yoshioka, Y. Miyazawa, Kazuhisa Tsuboki, and I. Takayabu
Tropical Cyclones-Pacific Asian Research Campaign for Improvement of Intensity Estimation/Forecasts (T-PARCII): A Test Flight and Typhoon Observatoin in 2017
11:30-11:45 15 Invited:
Michael M. Bell and Annette M. Foerster
Retrieved Thermodynamic Structure of a Major Hurricane in Vertical Wind Shear
11:45-12:00 15 Invited:
Tien-Chiang Yeh, Esperanza O. Cayana, Der-Song Chen, Ling-Feng Hsiao, Chun-Teng Cheng, Ya-Ting Tsai, and I-Han Chen
Improving Tropical Cyclone Rainfall Forecasts In Philippines Area Through The Application Of High Resolution Model TWRF
12:00-12:15 15 Invited:
I.-I. Lin, M.-M.Lu, H,-C. Huang, J. Boucharel, F.-F. Jin, and C.-C. Lien
A Category ‘6’ Trio – Supertyphoons Meranti (2016), Haiyan (2013), and Hurricane Patricia (2015)
12:15-13:30 75 Lunch Break
(Chair: Ming-Jen Yang) Session 2, Mesoscale Convective Systems and the Meiyu / Baiu / Changma Front (1)
13:30-13:50 20 Keynote:
Christopher A. Davis
Tropical Cyclone Intensity in Global Models
13:50-14:05 15 Invited:
Yali Luo
Recent Advances in Understanding Heavy-rain-producing Storms over South China during the Presummer Rainy Season
14:05-14:20 15 Chung-Yin Wang, Pay-Liam Lin, Yi-Leng Chen, and Chuan-Chi Tu
Diurnal Variation of Regional Circulation and Precipitation During Mei-Yu Season over Taiwan and Surrounding Area
14:20-14:35 15 Kosei Yamaguchi, Tomohiro Tsuchihashi, Eiichi Nakakita, and Kazuya Takami
Understanding on Convection Genesis by Urban Meteorological Model Based on Large Eddy Simulation
14:35-14:50 15 Angela Rowe
A Radar-based Comparison of Precipitation Processes in Subtropical and Tropical Regions
14:50-15:05 15 Ang Zhou and Kun Zhao
The Inhomogeneous Structure of Squall Line in the Period of Pre-rain Season of Southeastern China
15:05-15:20 15 Yunsung Hwang and Dong-In Lee
Application of Blended Extrapolation and Numerical Weather Prediction Model Forecasts to Ensemble ForecastsWeather Prediction Model Forecasts to Ensemble Forecasts
15:20-15:40 20 Coffee Break
(Chair: Chung-Chieh Wang) Session 3, Monsoon Precipitation and Orographic Effect (1)
15:40-16:00 20 Keynote:
Renhe Zhang, Lun Li, and Min Wen
Modulation of The Atmospheric Quasi-Biweekly Oscillation on The Diurnal Variation of The Occurrence Frequency of The Tibetan Plateau Vortices
16:00-16:15 15 Invited:
Po-Hsiung Lin and Chung-Hsiung Sui
Field Campaign Design for South China Sea Two Island Monsoon Experiment (SCSTIMX)
16:15-16:30 15 James Bresch
WRF Simulations of Orographic Convection over Northern Taiwan: The Interactions between the Sea Breeze, Urban Circulations and Slope Flow
16:30-16:45 15 Fang-Ching Chien and Yen-Chao Chiu
The Southwesterly Flow and Rainfall in the Taiwan Area
16:45-17:00 15 Fumio Sato, Motoyuki Ushiyama, Toshihiro Noda, and Naoki Sato
Statistical Predictive Possibility of The Heavy Rain Judging form Day Precipitation
17:00-17:15 15 Chuan-Chi Tu, Yi-Leng Chen, and Pay-Liam Lin
Characteristics of the Marine Boundary Layer Jet over the South China Sea during the Early Summer Rainy Season of Taiwan
17:15-17:30 15 Yu Du and Richard Rotunno
Durnal Cycle of Wind and Precipitation Off The Coast of China
18:00-20:00 120 Welcome Reception


2017.10.18
Time mins Name/Topic
08:00-08:30 30 Registration
(Chair: Richard Johnson) Session 4, Mesoscale Convective Systems and the Meiyu / Baiu / Changma Front (2)
08:30-08:50 20 Keynote:
Yi-Leng Chen, Yen-Ju Chu, Ching-Sen Chen, Chuan-Chi Tu, Jen-Hsin Teng, and Pay-Liam Lin
Is the TC Storm-Scale Circulation and the Large-Scale Flow in Quasi-Equilibrium?
08:50-09:05 15 Invited:
Ming-Jen Yang and Jyong-En Miao
A Sub-kilometer Modeling Study of the Severe Thunderstorm Event with Urban Flooding at Taipei on 14 June 2015
09:05-09:20 15 Tomohiro Nagaya, Taro Shinoda, Tadayasu Ohigashi, Seiji Kawamura, Hiroyuki Yamada, Kosei Yamaguchi, Kenji Suzuki, Kazuhisa Tsuboki, and Eiichi Nakakita
Relationship between Ka-band Polarimetric Parameters and Characteristics of Hydrometeors Observed by Balloon-borne Instruments
09:20-09:35 15 Yangruixue Chen and Yali Luo
Organizational Modes and Extreme Rainfall Contribution of Mesoscale Convective Systems in South China during SCMREX 2013-17
09:35-09:50 15 Hui Wang, Yali Luo, Ruoyun Ma, Edward Zipser, and Chuntao Liu
Classification and Vertical Structure of Radar Precipitation Echoes at Naqu in Central Tibetan Plateau during the TIPEX-III Field Campaign
09:50-10:05 15 Xiaona Rao, Kun Zhao, and Ming Xue
Radar Signatures of the Urbanization Effects on Convection over the Pearl River Delta
10:05-10:20 15 Hungjui Yu, Richard H. Johnson, Paul E. Ciesielski, and Hung-Chi Kuo
An Observational Study of Quasi-2-day Convective Disturbances in the Equatorial Indian Ocean during DYNAMO/AMIE/CINDY 2011
10:20-10:40 20 Coffee Break
(Chair: Michael Bell) Session 5, Emerging Observational Technology and Remote Sensing (1)
10:40-11:00 20 Keynote:
Wen-Chau Lee, James A. Moore, Eric Loew, Jothiram Vivekanandan, Vanda Grubišić, Peisang Tsai, Mike Dixon, Jonathan Emmett, Mark Lord, Louis Lussier, Kyuil Hwang, and James Ranson
The Next Generation of Airborne Polarimetric Doppler Weather Radar: NCAR/EOL Airborne Phased Array Radar (APAR) Development
11:00-11:15 15 Invited:
Dong-In Lee, Hyeon-Joon Kim, Mi-Young Kang, Geun-Hoo Kim, and Sung-Ho Suh
Field Observation for Investigating the Microphysical Characteristics of Precipitation System in Korea
11:15-11:30 15 Wei-Yu Chang, Ju-Yu Chen, and Tai-Chi Chen Wang
Optimizing the Radar-based QPE by concurrently utilizing S- and C-band Dual-polarimatric Radars
11:30-11:45 15 Xubin Zhang
Application of Convection-permitting Ensemble Prediction System in South China: Preliminary Results of QPF during SCMREX
11:45-12:00 15 Yosuke Horiike, Kosei Yamaguchi, Eiichi Nakakita, and Kohei Furuta
Forecasting Developing and Mature Stage of Mesoscale Convective Systems by Ensemble Assimilation of XRAIN
12:00-12:15 15 Amanda Anderson
12:15-12:30 15 Taro Shinoda
Relationship between Polarimetric Parameters Obtained by a Ka- Band Radar and Characteristics of Solid Hydrometeors in Snow Clouds
12:30-13:30 60 Lunch Break
(Chair: Ching-Yuang Huang) Session 6, Tropical Cyclones (2)
13:30-13:50 20 Keynote:
Yuh-Lang Lin, Gökhan Sever, Riem Rostom, Liping Liu, Shu-Hua Chen, and Yi-Chih Huang
Orographic Influence on Rainfall Enhancement and Track Deflection Associated with Tropical Cyclones Passing Over Mesoscale Mountain Ranges
13:50-14:05 15 Invited:
Robert Rogers
14:05-14:20 15 Invited:
Cheng-Shang Lee, Yi-Huan Hsieh, Hsu-Feng Teng, and Lung-Yao Chang
A Study on the Environmental Influences on Tropical Cyclone Formation in the Western North Pacific
14:20-14:35 15 Kosuke Ito, Shota Kanda, and Naohisa Takagaki
Transport of Sea Spray Intensifying Tropical Cyclones
14:35-14:50 15 Der-Song Chen, Tien-Chiang Yeh, Ling-Feng Hsiao, Chun-Teng ChengKang-Ning HuangJing-Shan Hong, and Chin-Tsu Fong
Advancement of the TWRF Model and it’s impact on Tropical Predictions over the Western North Pacific
14:50-15:05 15 Yunhee Kang, Dong-In Lee, Jong-Hoon Jeong, and Deok-Du Kang
Influence of the SST Variations on the Development of MCS over Yellow Sea, Korea
15:05-15:20 15 Kun-Hsuan Chou and Sheng-Yu Wu
The Influence of the Tropical Cyclone Size for Landfalling Storm in Taiwan
15:20-15:40 20 Coffee Break
15:40-17:40 120 (Chair: Yali Luo and Hiroyuki Yamada)
Poster Session
D1 Deok-Du Kang ,Dong-In Lee, WoonSeon Jung, and Yunhee Kang
The Simulation of Asian Dust Transportation:
The Distributions of Particulate Matters by Topographic Effects in Korea
D2 Jianhua Sun and Xinlin Yang
Organizational Modes of Severe Wind-producing Convective Systems over North China
D3 Yuanchun Zhang, Ruyi Yang, and Jianhua Sun
Statistics Characteristics of the Eastward Propagating MCSs Originated from the Second-step Terrain Impacting on its Downstream Regions during the Summertime in East China
D4 Jie Ming, Jun A. Zhang, and Robert F. Rogers
Typhoon Kinematic and Thermodynamic Boundary Layer Structure from Dropsonde Composites
D5 Chou-Chun Chiang, Yen-Chu Chen, Yi-Lin Lin, Ming-En Hsieh, Ling-Feng Hsiao, Jia-Chyi Liou, and Chin-Cheng Tsai
The Development of the Ensemble Based Typhoon Forecast Technique Typhoon Intensity Verification
D6 Jia-Chyi Liou, Ming-En Hsieh, Ling-Feng Hsiao, Yen-Chu Chen, Chou-Chun Chiang, Chin-Cheng Tsai, and Yi-Lin Lin
The Development of the Ensemble Based Typhoon Forecast Technique – Super Multi-model Ensemble Realignment for Typhoon Forecast (Summer)
D7 Hui Zheng and Ben Jong-Dao Jou
Observational Study of Secondary Low of Typhoon Meranti (2016) in Taiwan Strait
D8 Ya-Ting Tsai, Wei-Ting Fang, Yan-Ming Shao, and Jing-Shan Hong
3DVAR Radar Data Assimilation: Case Study
D9 Taiga Shibata, Kosuke Ito, Hiroyuki Yamada, Ryota Miyata, and Shinya Tanahara
Forecast of Minimum Sea Level Pressure by Statistical Analysis
D10 Shao-Fan Chang, Yu-Chieng Liou, Wei-Yu Chang, and Juanzhen Sun
Assimilation of the Dual-Polarization Doppler Radar Data for a Convection System during 2008 SoWMEX and its Impact on Quantitative Precipitation Nowcasting
D11 Sangmi Lee, Sung-Hwa Jung, Mi-Kyung Suk, and Sun-Ki Lee

Improvement of Raingauge-Adjusted Radar Rainfall Estimation Technique

D12 Mi-Young Kang, Dong-In Lee, Cheol-Hwan You, and Hyeon-Joon Kim
Microphysical Analysis and Snowfall Estimation using S-band Polarimetric Radar in Korea
D13 Hyeon-Joon Kim, Dong-In Lee, Mi-Yeong Kang, Geun-Hoo Kim, and Sung-Ho Suh
Microphysical Characteristics of Hydrometeors Observed in a Two-dimension Video Disdrometer during Winter Seasons in Korea
D14 Po-Hsiung Lin and Wei-Chun Huang
The Development of Storm Airflow Tracker and Its Possible Applications in Atmospheric Sciences
D15 Sun Xiaolei, Wang Yan, Wei Yinghua, and Liu Yiwei
Study on the Application of Microwave Radiometer Data in Tianjin Summer Precipitation
D16 Ying-Jhang Wu and Yu-Chieng Liou
An Observational and Modeling Study using VDRAS for the Processes Leading to Severe Convection over Complex Terrain: A Case Study in North Taiwan Area
D17 Zhengwei Yang and Kun Zhao
The Progress of OPACC Field Campaign
D18 Mingjun Wang and Kun Zhao
Microphysics Characteristics of Principle Rainband of Typhoon Matmo (2014) after Landfall based on Polarimetric Radar Observation
D19 Yi-Leng Chen, Yen-Ju Chu, Ching-Sen Chen, Chuan-Chi Tu, Jen-Hsin Teng, and Pay-Liam Lin
Analysis and Simulations of a Heavy Rainfall Event over Northern Taiwan during 11-12 June 2012
(Chair: Kun Zhao and Dong-In Lee)
Student Poster Competition: MASTER student
M1 Kevin Shou-Liang Yu and Ben Jong-Dao Jou
Taipei Heavy Rain at Night: A Case Study of 20 May 2014
M2 Seung Yeon Lee, Xing Yu, and Seon Ki Park
Numerical Analysis on a Tornadic Convective Storm and Effects of Land Use type Using a High-resolution WRF: A Case Study of Goyang Tornado in 10 June 2014
M3 Frederick Iat-Hin Tam
An Observational Study on a Weakening MCS and Its Temporary Reintensification in a Nocturnal Environment
M4 Chin-Hung Chen, Kao-Shen Chung, Shu-Chih Yang, and Jen-Ping Chen
Comparing the Impact of Different Microphysics Schemes in Cloud-Resolving Ensemble Forecasts during SoWMEX-IOP8
M5 Shiou-Rong Chu and Ben Jong-Dao Jou
Kinematic and Microphysical Properties of Typhoon Rainbands Observed by Polarimetric Radar in Taiwan
M6 Edward Maru
Statistical Analysis of Tropical Cyclones in the Solomon Islands
M7 Ting-Yu Cha and Michael Bell
Eyewall Replacement Cycle of Hurricane Matthew (2016) observed by Doppler Radar
M8 Chikaya Tamori, Hiroyuki Yamada, and Udai Shimada
Doppler Radar Observations on the Relationship between the Eyewall Slope and Intensity of Tropical Cyclones passing the Ryukyu Islands
M9 Yi-Pin Chang and Shu-Chih Yang
Vortex Initialization through Data Assimilation and Its Impact on Intensity Forecast: A Case Study with Typhoon Megi (2010)
M10 Cheng-Peng Shih, Shu-Ya Chen, and Ching-Yuang Huang
The Impact of GPS RO Data Assimilation on Typhoon Nepartak (2016)
M11 Yu-Chien Lin and Chian-Yi Liu
Evaluation of CWB Global Forecast System (GFS) Cloud Properties by Using the Simulator Package COSP
M12 Yi-Jing Wu and Chian-Yi Liu
Investigation of Thermodynamic Characteristics of Deep Convective Systems in the Southeast Asia from 10 years CloudSat Dataset
M13 En-Hao Chen and Chian-Yi Liu
Analysis of Deep Convections and Associated Dynamic Conditions from Synesthetic CloudSat and Reanalysis Dataset over the South China Sea and Maritime Continent
M14 Song-Hao Guo, Horng-Syi Shen, Chiao-An Chung, and Jyun-Yu Lin
A Numerical Simulation and Synoptic Analysis of Typhoon Hato(2017)
(Chair: Angela Rowe and Kosuke Ito)
Student Poster Competition: PHD student
P1 Radiant Rong-Guang Hsiu and Ben Jong-Dao Jou
Polarimetric Feature of the Multi-cell Thunderstorm in Pingtung Plain on 20th June 2008
P2 Yu-Cheng Kao and Ben Jong-Dao Jou
Observational Study of Inner Core Structure of Landfalling Tropical Cyclones in the Taiwan Area
P3 Jiang, Siou-Ying, Jing-Shan Hong, Yating Tsai, and Ben Jong-Dao Jou
Radar Data Assimilation using the Hybrid 3DENVAR Algorithm
P4 Chi-Hao Chiu and Chian-Yi Liu
Evaluation of Retrieved Cloud Microphysical Parameters from Himawari-8 Observation
P5 Thi Huyen Trang-Tran and Chian Yi-Liu
Characteristics of Deep Convective Cloud Properties over the Indochina Peninsula derived from Cloudsat Data
P6 Sojung Park, Ebony Lee, Seongyeon Lee, Da-Eun Kim, Yujin Juhn, Seon Ki Park, Yunho Park, and Jeung Whan Lee
Geostatistical Analysis of Spatial Characteristics of Heavy Rainfall for Optimal Observation Network in Korea
P7 Sung-Ho Suh, Dong-In Lee, Hyeon-Joon Kim, Masayuki Maki, and Masato Iguchi
Water Contents Estimations of Volcanic Ash Particles using 2DVD and Weather Radar

2017.10.19
Time mins Name/Topic
08:00-08:30 30 Registration
(Chair: Qinghon Zhang ) Session 7, Mesoscale Convective Systems and the Meiyu / Baiu / Changma Front (3)
08:30-08:50 20 Keynote:
Zhiyong Meng and Lanqiang Bai
Tropical Cyclone Tornadoes in China
08:50-09:05 15 Invited:
Cheng-Ku Yu and Che-Yu Lin
Formation and Maintenance of a Long-lived Taiwan Rainband
09:05-09:20 15 Hong, Jing-Shan, Yi-Rey Su, Chih-Hsin Li, Treng-Shi Huang, and Ming-Zhang Wu
Development of The Ensemble QPF Products In Central Weather Bureau
09:20-09:35 15 Yongguang Zheng
Spatial Characteristics of Extreme Rainfall over China with Hourly through 24-Hour Accumulation Periods Based on National-Level Hourly Rain Gauge Data
09:35-09:50 15 Soyeon Park, Dong-In Lee, and Yunsung Hwang
Enhanced Downburst Detection Algorithm using Doppler Radars in South Korea
09:50-10:05 15 Mingxin Li, Qinghong Zhang, Fuqing Zhang Jerry Y. Harrington and Matthew R. Kumjian
Decreasing Hail Day Trend in China and the Effect of Environmental Moisture on Hail Precipitation
10:05-10:20 15 Ming-Jui Chang, Jihn-Sung Lai, Gwo-Fong Lin, Ben Jong-Dao Jou, and Bo-Chao Liang
A Data Assimilation Method based on Artificial Neural Network for Hourly Rainfall Estimation
10:20-10:40 20 Coffee Break
(Chair: Jing-Shan Hong) Session 8, Data Assimilation and Forecasting
10:40-11:00 20 Keynote:
Melinda Peng, Sue Chen, and Andrew Penny
The Structure of Typhoon Fanapi (2010) and the Underlying Ocean as Revealed by In-Situ Observations during ITOP
11:00-11:15 15 Invited:
Shu-Chih Yang, Shiang-Wen Cheng, Chih-Chien Tsai, Yu-Chieng Liou, and Kevin Lupo
Impact of Radar Data Assimilation On Heavy Rainfall Prediction Associated With a Multi-Scale Weather System
11:15-11:30 15 Lei Zhu, Yonghui Weng, Fuqing Zhang, and Zhiyong Meng
Convection-allowing Analysis and Prediction of Hurricane Joaquin (2015) through the EnKF Assimilation of GOES-13 Infrared Satellite Radiances
11:30-11:45 15 Shu-Ya Chen, Ying-Hwa Kuo, and Ching-Yuang Huang
The Impact of GPS RO Data on Prediction of Tropical Cyclogenesis: Observational Operators
11:45-12:00 15 Takemasa Miyoshi, Guo-Yuan Lien, Takumi Honda, Masaru Kunii, Juan Ruiz, Yasumitsu Maejima, Shigenori Otsuka, Keiichi Kondo, Shunji Kotsuki, Koji Terasaki, Toshiki
“Big Data Assimilation” Revolutionizing Weather Prediction
12:00-12:15 15 Takumi Honda
Assimilating All-Sky Himawari-8 Satellite Infrared Radiances: A Case of Typhoon Soudelor (2015)
12:15-12:30 15 Chih-Hsin Li, Judith Berner, Jing-Shan Hong, Chin-Tzu Fong, and Ying-Hwa Kuo
The Taiwan WRF Ensemble Prediction System: Scientific Description, Model-error Representation and Performance Results
12:30-13:30 60 Lunch Break
(Chair: Zhiyong Meng) Session 9, Tropical Cyclones (3)
13:30-13:50 20 Keynote:
Zhemin Tan (NJU)
13:50-14:05 15 Invited:
Hiroyuki Yamada, Chikaya Tamori, Udai Shimada, Hironori Iwai, Kazuhisa Tsuboki, Hisayuki Kubota, Esperanza O. Cayanan, and Flaviana D. Hilario
Doppler Radar Observations on the Intensity and Structure of Typhoons in the Ryukyu Islands and the Philippine Islands
14:05-14:20 15 Kanada, S., S. Tsujino, H. Aiki, M. K. Yoshioka, Y. Miyazawa, K. Tsuboki, and I. Takayabu
Impacts of SST Patterns on Rapid Intensification of Typhoon Megi (2010)
14:20-14:35 15 Shota Yamasaki, and Tetsuya Takemi
Effects of Temperature Profile on the Evolution and Intensity of Tropical Cyclones
14:35-14:50 15 Treng-Shi Huang, Shin-Husan Yeh, Shin-Gan Chen, Kuo-Chen Lu, and Jing-Shan Hong
Integration on Taiwan Extended Ensemble Nowcasting by Using a Big Data and Data Mining Approach
14:50-15:05 15 Murong Zhang and Zhiyong Meng
An Ensemble-based Analysis of the Stage-dependent Predictability of a Heavy Rainfall Event in South China
15:05-15:20 15
15:20-15:40 20 Coffee Break
(Chair: Kazuhisa Tsuboki) Session 10, Numerical Modeling
15:40-16:00 20 Keynote:
Robert Fovell (SUNYA)
16:00-16:15 15 Invited:
Chung-Chieh Wang (NTNU)
16:15-16:30 15 Invited:
Kun Zhao, Xingchao Chen, and Ming Xue
Radar-observed Diurnal Cycle and Propagation of Convection over the Pearl River Delta during Mei-Yu Season
16:30-16:45 15 Chien-Ming Wu, Shih-Hao Su, and Kuan-Ting Kuo
The Precipitation Hotspots of Afternoon Thunderstorms Over Taipei Basin: Idealized Numerical Simulations
16:45-17:00 15 Matthew Dewey (NCAR)
17:00-17:15 15 Hien Xuan Bui, Jia-Yuh Yu, Hsiao-Wei Liu, Chia-Ying Tu, Pin-Ging Chiu, and Huang-Hsiung Hsu
Distinct Precipitation Increases over the Equatorial Pacific under Global Warming in the High Resolution Atmospheric Model (HiRAM)
17:15-17:30 15 Yuta Tamaki, Masaru Inatsu, Dzung Nguyen-Le, and Tomohito J. Yamada
Heavy-rainfall duration Bias in Dynamical Downscaling and its Related Synoptic Patterns in Summertime Asian Monsoon
18:30-20:30 120 Farewell Banquet

2017.10.20
Time mins Name/Topic
08:00-08:30 30 Registration
(Chair: Wen-Chau Lee) Session 11, Emerging Observational Technology and Remote Sensing (2)
08:30-08:50 20 Keynote:
Hiroshi Uyeda, Takeharu Kouketsu, Atsuko Itado, Aritoshi Masuda,Kazuya Taniguchi, Kazuhiro Sakai, and Sento Nakai
Recent Development of Weather Radar to Polarimetric Radar in Japan
08:50-09:05 15 Invited:
Jihn-Sung Lai, Hsiang-Kuan Chang, Hao-Yu Liao,Yong-Jun Lin, and Ming-Jui Chang
Influence of Precipitation Spatial Variability on Flood Inundation Simulation
09:05-09:20 15 Hsiao-Wei Lai and Jing-Shan Hong
Development of Hybrid Quantitative Precipitation Forecast (Hybrid QPF) Product
09:20-09:35 15 Junshi Ito, Syugo Hayashi, Akihiro Hashimoto, Hideaki Ohtake, Fumichika Uno, Hiromasa Yoshimura, Teruyuki Kato, and Yoshinori Yamada
Stalled Improvement in a Numerical Weather Prediction Model as Horizontal Resolution Increases to the Sub-kilometer Scale
09:35-09:50 15 Kanghui Zhou
Forecasting the Severe Weather: A Deep Learning Approach
09:50-10:05 15 Yancha Cao, Fuyou Tian, Yongguang Zheng, and Jie Sheng
Statistical Characteristics of Environmental Parameters for Hail over the Two-Step Terrains of China
10:05-10:20 15 Chi-June Jung, Chi-Ming Lu, Xin-Hao Liao, Shao-Chin Huang, Chia-Chun Wu, Hsuan-Wei Wang, Lei Feng, Po-Hsiung Lin, and  Cheng-Shang Lee
Applications of Unmanned Aircraft Sounding System
10:20-10:40 20 Coffee Break
(Chair: Yi-Leng Chen) Session 12, Monsoon Precipitation and Orographic Effect (2)
10:40-11:00 20 Keynote:
Tae-Young Lee and Uju Shin
Processes of Convective Energy Supply in the Development of Cloud Clusters over the Korean Peninsula
11:00-11:15 15 Invited:
Ben Jong-Dao Jou
Heavy Rain and Flash Flood in Taipei during Early Summer Monsoon of Taiwan
11:15-11:30 15 Xiang Ni, Qinghong Zhang, Chuntao Liu, and Daniel J. Cecil
Properties of Hail Storms over China and the United States from the Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission and its Application
11:30-11:45 15 Tian Fuyou, Zheng Yongguang, and Zhang Xiaoling
The Triggering and Maintenance Mechanism of Guangzhou Extreme Precipitation on May 7,2017- an Operational Perspective
11:45-12:00 15 Yu-Chieng Liou, Tai Sheng-Lun, Shao-Fan Chang, and Juanzhen Sun
The Development of Terrain-resolving Capability for VDRAS and its Application in Analysing a Heavy Precipitation System during SoWMEX 2008
12:00-12:15 15 Jung-Tae Lee, Dong-In Lee, and Shingo Shimizu
Effect of Surface Wind Stress on Precipitation System in Coastal Region, Korea
12:15-12:30 15 Ruoyun Ma, Yali Luo, Jinfang Yin, Mingxuan Chen, Mengwen Wu, and Da-Lin Zhang
A Record-breaking Rain-producing Meso-scale Convective Storm over Guangzhou Megacity during SCMREX
12:30-12:40 10 Closing Ceremony
12:40-13:30 50 Lunch Break
13:30-20:00 390 Conference Excursion