STSMs are a key tool for knowledge exchange within a COST action. Anyone can apply to conduct an STSM at a host-institution, however, early career investigators (ECI - up to 8 years after PhD) and researchers from inclusiveness target countries (ITC) are particularly encouraged. The host institution needs to be in a different country than the affiliation of the individual researcher.
Any subject related to the PROBE objectives of advanced ABL profiling can be an STSM topic. This includes various aspects of instrument operations or development, data processing and quality control, product development or scientific applications.
Duration of 2-4 weeks, within possible dates: 19 September 2022 and 9 December 2022
|Working Group||Subgroup||Topic||Researcher Name||ECI?||Researcher affiliation||Host Contact||Host Institution||Time Period|
|WG2||Aerosol||Mixed-layer height in complex terrain: comparing observations (STRATfinder) and high-resolution simulations (WRF)||Alessio Golzio||yes||University of Turin||Simone Kotthaus||Institut Pierre Simon Laplace (IPSL)||06.04.2021-30.05.2021|
|WG2||Aerosol||Long-term analysis of wind profiles: data and literature search||Radka Kellnerova||yes||Institute of Thermomechanics of the CAS, Czech Republic||Janet Barlow||University of Reading||10.05.2021-23.05.2021|
|WG2||T/Q profiling, clouds||MWR and IR synergy||Donatello Gallucci||yes||CNR-IMAA||Pauline Martinet||Météo-France||15.02.2021-19.02.2021|
|WG2||ABL Characterization||Carbon fluxes in the nocturnal boundary layer||Constanze Burkhart||Yes||EMPA, Switzerland||Simone Kotthaus||IPSL, France||01.11.2020-31.12.2020|
COST is supported by the EU Framework Programme Horizon 2020