Georg is a meteorologist at NOAA’s Earth System Research Laboratory (ESRL) where he leads the development of the online WRF-chemistry model (WRF/Chem). Dr. Grell collaborates with scientists from many other NOAA laboratories, as well as other national and international institutes and universities on further development of WRF/Chem. Dr. Grell is currently developing a new approach to parameterization of convection using ensemble and data assimilation techniques.
Haraldur is a professor in meteorology at the University of Iceland. He is a renowned expert on the effects of complex terrain on the atmospheric flow. Haraldur has sat on numerous steering committees for large international research projects as well as being the primary investigator in many international field experiments.
John is a Senior Scientist at the Cooperative Programs for the Advancement of Earth System Science at UCAR where he works on model optimization and software engineering. John has many years experience in research in software tools and parallel algorithms for efficiently implementing atmospheric models on parallel computers. Previous roles include lead software architect for the Weather Research and Forecast (WRF), and windenergy modeling at NREL.