The 4th GRAL User Workshop to be held in Innsbruck, Austria, from 12 – 13 March 2019

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gral 4th workshop innsbruck   The organization is happy to receive any interested person on the subject in Innsbruck, where there will be fruitful discussions about new developments. Share your experiences with other users, or simply learn from more experienced users.

   The number of participants is limited to about 60 persons. There are no fees for the workshop.


   The program of the workshop is the following one:

   12 March 2019



Markus Kuntner, Austria


New GRAL developments

Transient mode, Vegetation, Dry and wet deposition, bioaersole degradation

Dietmar Oettl, Austria


Coffee break



New GRAMM developments

New Initialization

Markus Kuntner, Austria


Coffee break



New features of the Graphical User Interface

Markus Kuntner, Austria


Wind-field simulations for the province of Carinthia, Austria

Christian Kurz, Austria


Improving the Representation of Flow in Complex Terrain by Local-Regional Scale Model Coupling

Ulrich Uhrner, Austria


Wind-field libraries for Sachsen, Germany

Dispersion simulations in emergency cases

Ralf Petrich, Germany


Experiences using GRAMM in Switzerland.

Luzi Bergamin, Switzerland


End of first day



   13 March 2019


Assessment of methane sources by means of moving cars and drones

Dominik Brunner, Switzerland


Overview of the project TRAFAIR

Alessandro Bigi, Italy


Two years of experience using GRAL in Australia

David Rollings, Australia


Estimation of mean wind distribution based on a shorter measurement period

Johannes Vergeiner, Austria


Interactive GIS Visualization of multi-scale AQ modelling

Ulrich Uhrner, Austria


Evaluation of air quality monitoring stations in Vienna using GRAL

Johannes Ofner, Austria


Coffee break



High resolution urban air quality simulations in Switzerland

Dominik Brunner, Switzerland


An intercomparison exercise on dispersion modelling of odours in Austria, Germany, and Switzerland

Michael Mandl, Austria





Discussion / Workshop summary / Outlook

Dietmar Oettl, Austria


End of the workshop


   For more info about this workshop contact the organizer here.


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