ISEE Symposium

International Conference on Heavy Rainfall and Tropical Cyclone in East Asia

Program of the conference

Date and time of meeting:

The time of the virtual meeting is as follows in different time zones.
March 1, 2022 - March 3, 2022, 00:00am-04:00am in UTC
March 1, 2022 - March 3, 2022, 09:00am-13:00; for Japan and Korea Time
March 1, 2022 - March 3, 2022, 08:00am-12:00; for Taiwan Time
February 28, 2022-March 2, 2022, 17:00-21:00; for US (MST)


The Day 1 and 2 are allocated to scientific presentations related to the research topics of PRECIP, TAHOPE, KPOP and T-PARCII in open sessions.
The Day 3 is assigned for planning the field campaign in summer 2022 in basically closed discussion.

* Each title is linked to its abstract.

Day 1

Time (UTC)Presenter and affiliatoin Title of presentation and author(s)
00:00 - 00:20 Kazuhisa Tsuboki
Nagoya Univ.,ISEE, Japan
Research Plan of the T-PARCII Second Phase
Kazuhisa Tsuboki
00:20 - 00:40 Ming-Jen Yang
National Taiwan Univ.
Research Plan of the TAHOPE
Ming-Jen Yang
00:40 - 01:00 Michael M. Bell
Colorado State University
Observations during the ePRE'-CIP 2021 and PRECIP 2022 Field Campaigns
Michael M. Bell
01:00 - 01:15 Yunji Zhang
Pennsylvania State University
Real-time global and regional convection-permitting forecasts for the PRECIP field campaign
Yunji Zhang, Rosimar Rios-Berrios, Xingchao Chen, and Michael Bell
01:15 - 01:30 Keunok Lee
Univ. of La Reunion, LACy, France
Research plan of the MICA project
Jean-Philippe Duvel, Keunok Lee, Hugo Bellenger
01:30 - 01:45 Po-Hsiung Lin
National Taiwan Univ.
The Development of NTU Mini Radiosonde and Its Possible Applications in Atmospheric Sciences
Po-Hsiung Lin
01:45 - 02:00 Shih-Hao Su
Chinese Culture Univ.
Review of Yilan Experiment of Severe Rainfall in 2020 (YESR2020)/TAHOPE2020-Winter and briefing of the machine learning based data calibration system of Storm tracker mini-radiosonde
Shih-Hao Su
02:00 - 02:15


02:15 - 02:30 Tsz-Kin (Eric) Lai
Space and Atmospheric Physics Group, Imperial College London, UK
Long-term effect of barotropic instability across the moat in doubleeyewall tropical cyclone-like vortices
Tsz-Kin Lai, Eric A. Hendricks, and M. K. Yau
02:30 - 02:45 Alison D. Nugent
University of Hawaii at Manoa,
Extreme rainfall in Taiwan: A rain gauge and linear model investigation
Tianqi Zuo, Alison D. Nugent, Kristen Rasmussen, Angela Rowe, Hungjui Yu
02:45 - 03:00 Hiroyuki Yamada
Univ. of the Ryukyus, Japan
Warm-core structure of three intense typhoons as observed through the T-PARCII aircraft reconnaissance
Hiroyuki Yamada, Kosuke Ito, Kazuhisa Tsuboki, Taro Shinoda, Tadayasu Ohigashi, Munehiko Yamaguchi, Tetsuo Nakazawa, Norio Nagahama, Kensaku Shimizu
03:00 - 03:15 Kosuke Ito
Univ. of the Ryukyus, Japan
Analysis and forecast of tropical cyclones during the T-PARCII project
Kosuke Ito, Hiroyuki Yamada, Munehiko Yamaguchi, Tetsuo Nakazawa, Norio Nagahama, Kensaku Shimizu, Tadayasu Ohigashi, Taro Shinoda, Kazuhisa Tsuboki
03:15 - 03:30 Soichiro Hirano
Univ. of the Ryukyus, Japan,
Deep Eye Clouds in Tropical Cyclone Trami (2018) during T-PARCII Dropsonde Observations
Soichiro Hirano, Kosuke Ito, Hiroyuki Yamada, Satoki Tsujino, Kazuhisa Tsuboki, Chun-Chieh Wu
03:30 - 03:45 Chung-Chieh Wang
National Taiwan Normal Univ.
Ensemble sensitivity analysis and predictability of the extreme rainfall event over northern Taiwan on 2 June 2017
Chung-Chieh Wang
03:45 - 04:00 Chung-Chieh Wang
National Taiwan Normal Univ.
Cloud-resolving time-lagged rainfall ensemble forecasts for typhoons in Taiwan: Examples of Saola (2012), Soulik (2013), and Soudelor (2015)
Chung-Chieh Wang

Day 2

Time (UTC)Presenter and affiliatoin Title of presentation and author(s)
00:00 - 00:15 Phuong-Nghi Do
National Central Univ.
Improving the heavy rainfall forecast by assimilating retrieved moisture and radar data: Performance and validation with real cases
Kao-Shen Chung and Phuong-Nghi Do
00:15 - 00:30 Kazuhisa Tsuboki
Nagoya Univ.,ISEE, Japan
High-resolution simulations of heavy rainfall events in association with an atmospheric river
Kazuhisa Tsuboki
00:30 - 00:45 Takeshi Horinouchi
Faculty of Environmental Earth Science, Hokkaido University, Japan
Stationary and transient asymmetric features in tropical cyclone eye, wavenumber-one instability, and eye-shape maintenance: Case study for Typhoon Haishen (2020) with rapid-scan high-resolution atmospheric motion vectors
Takeshi Horinouchi, Satoki Tsujino, Udai Shimada, Wataru Yanase, Akiyoshi Wada, Hironori Fudeyasu, and Hiroyuki Yamada
00:45 - 01:00 Satoki Tsujino
Meteorological Research Institute, JMA
Inner-core wind estimation in a concentric eyewall replacement of Typhoon Trami (2018) based on the Himawari-8 satellite
Satoki Tsujino, Takeshi Horinouchi, Taiga Tsukada, Hung-Chi Kuo, Hiroyuki Yamada, and Kazuhisa Tsuboki
01:00 - 01:15 Hung-Chi Kuo
National Taiwan Univ.
A study on the long-lived concentric eyewalls in tropical cyclones
Hung-Chi Kuo
01:15 - 01:30 Angela K. Rowe
University of Wisconsin-Madison
The influence of terrain on precipitation intensity and duration during the June 2017 Taiwan heavy rain event
Angela K. Rowe, Ian Cornejo, Kristen Rasmussen, Alison D. Nugent, Tianqi Zuo, Rung Panasawatwong, and Leah Swinney
01:30 - 01:45 Jennifer DeHart
Colorado State University
Understanding the processes responsible for heavy rainfall in two Mei-yu front cases
Jennifer DeHart, Alexandra Cole, Michael Bell, Yunji Zhang, Yi-Leng Chen
01:45 - 02:00 Yi-Leng Chen
University of Hawaii at Manoa
An Overview of Low-Level Jets (LLJs) and Their Roles on Heavy Rainfall Over the Taiwan Area During the Early Summer Rainy Season
Yi-Leng Chen, Chuan-Chi Tu, Feng Hsiao, Ching-Sen Chen, Pay-Liam Lin, and Po-Hsiung Lin
02:00 - 02:15


02:15 - 02:30 Dong-In Lee
Pukyong National Univ. Korea
Radar Precipitation Analysis of Four Typhoons (Jangmi, Bavi, Maysak and Haishen, 2020):Part 1
Dong-In Lee
02:30 - 02:45 Jisun Lee
Pukyong National Univ. Korea
Radar wind field analyses of Four Typhoons (Jangmi, Bavi, Maysak and Haishen, 2020):Part 2
Jisun Lee
02:45 - 03:00 Mi-Young Kang
Pukyong National Univ. Korea
The analysis of lightning characteristics using LINET and S-band Polarimetric radar in Korea
Mi-Young Kang
03:00 - 03:15 Nobuhiro Takahashi
Nagoya University,ISEE, Japan
Simulation of airborne dual-polarization phased array radar observation of a typhoon
Nobuhiro Takahashi and Sachie Kanada
03:15 - 03:30 Wei-Yu Chang
National Central Univ.
Investigating the Lagrangian evolution of microphysical characteristics of convective precipitation systems using dual-polarimetric radar
Wei-Yu Chang
03:30 - 03:45 Pay-Liam Lin
National Central Univ.
Raindrop size distribution characteristics of Western Pacific tropical cyclones measured in the Palau Islands
Pay-Liam Lin
03:45 - 04:00 Clement Soufflet
Univ. of La Reunion, LACy, France
Eyewall structure of tropical cyclones using high-resolution numerical simulation
Clement Soufflet, Keunok Lee, Soline Bielli

Day 3

Disccusion on the 2022 international field campaign
  1. Climatology of Yonaguni Island Region (Tsuboki)

  2. Overview of the intensive field campaign 2022 by Japan Meteorological Agency (Dr. Kato)

  3. T-PARCII aircraft observation plan in 2022 (Tsuboki)

  4. Logistics in Yonaguni Island

  5. T-PARCII radar and ground observation plan in 2022 (Prof. Shinoda, Prof. Yamada)

  6. PRECIP field observation plan in 2022 (Prof. M. Bell)

  7. TAHOPE field observation plan in 2022 (Prof. Ming-Jen Yang)

  8. Discussion on coordination of observation : Deployment of instruments, intensive observation period, communications

  9. Discussion on data exchange policy: between PRECIP, TAHOPE, T-PARCII; between JMA and PRECIP, TAHOPE, T-PARCII

  10. Plan of the next international conference

Group photo

  1. Group photo of Day 1

    Day 1a
    Day 1b
    Day 1c
    Day 1 from Dr. Peter Black-san
    Day 1 from Dr. Peter Black-san

  2. Group photo of Day 2
    Day 2a
    Day 2b
    Day 2c
    Day 2d
    Day 2e

  3. Group photo of Day 3
    Day 3a
    Day 3b