New Location: McCosh Hall, Princeton University
Sunday, May 7
||Beginning of session 1: High wind speed and waves-sea-ice interactions
Session Chair: Luc Deike
- Shuyi Chen (U. Washington). Atmosphere-Wave-Ocean Coupling and High-Impact Weather Prediction: Progress, Challenges, Ways Forward.
- Benjamin Barr (U. Washington). Impacts of Seastate-Dependent Sea Spray Heat Fluxes on Hurricanes During Landfall Using Fully Coupled Atmosphere-Wave-Ocean Model Simulations
- Jacob Davis. (U. Washington) Saturation of wave slopes observed during hurricanes
- Jim Thomson. (APL/UW). Waves and sea ice measured with telecom cables at the Arctic coast
- Anya Wolterman, (U. Wisconsin). Wave erosion of ice. Dimensional analysis and initial lab experiments.
||ice breaker (McCosh courtyard)
Monday, May 8
||Beginning of session 2: Wind-wave coupling (1/2)
Session Chair: Bia Villas Boas and Xiaohui Zhou
- Meital Geva. (Tel-Aviv University). Turbulent boundary layer over young wind waves in the presence of water current.
- Jan-Victor Björkqvist. (Norwegian Meteorological Institute). Modulation of surface waves: The effect of a vertically sheared current flow on air-sea drag.
- Seth Zippel, (WHOI). Direct observation of wave-coherent pressure work in the atmospheric boundary layer.
- Milan Curcic (U. Miami). Coastal Wave Growth and Air-Sea Flux in Forced Offshore and Onshore Flows from an Array of Spar Buoys.
||flash talks (Alberto Alberello, Hugh Roarty, Maria Fotia, Trygve Halsne, Ioannis Karmpadakis, Rotem Soffer)
||Beginning of session 3: Transport
Session Chair: Jiarong Wu and Jim Thomson
- Lucia Baker. (U. Washington). Buoyant, non-spherical particles in turbulent wind-driven waves.
- Michelle DiBenedetto. (U. Washington). Finite-size particle dynamics under surface waves.
- Aidan Blaser. (Scripps/UCSD). The Lagrangian mean flow of monochromatic and broadband wave fields.
- Frederic Dias (Dublin). The highwave project and breaking waves on boulder.
||flash talks (John Carter, Simen Å. Ellingsen, Francesco Barbariol, Krishanu Kumar, Mark Loveland, Hendrik Tolman)
||lunch (Carl A Fields center)
||flash talks (Alvise Benetazzo, Nathan Laxague, Hunter Boswell, Alexander Soloviev, Breanna Vanderplow, Carlos Villarreal)
||Beginning of session 4: Wind-wave coupling (2/2)
Session Chair: Meital Geva and Martin Erinin
- Oshrat Klein. (Tel aviv U.) On the energetic classification of the coupled viscous shear flow instability. (remote)
- Cesar Sauvage (WHOI) Impacts of surface waves on air-sea flux and marine boundary layer processes.
- Peisan Tan, (U. Miami). On the wave-induced modulation of airflow velocity and pressure fluctuations.
- Alejandro Cifuentes-Lorenzen, (U. Connecticut), Exploring the role of wave-driven turbulence at the air-sea interface through measurements of TKE dissipation rates.
- Fabio Addona. (U. Delaware). Experimental observations of shoaling waves forced by wind.
||Beginning of session 5: Waves-current-turbulence
Session Chair: Jessica Meixner and Seth Zippel
- Simen Å. Ellingsen. (Norwegian University of Science and Technology). Experiments on wave-turbulence interactions.
- Bia Villas Boas. (Colorado School of Mines). Observations and modeling of wave-current interactions at meso and submesoscales
- Victor Shrira. (Keele University). How does wave field evolution drive ocean currents
- Øyvind Breivik. (MET Norway & University of Bergen). Sailing the Agulhas current – a wave drifter’s perspective.
- Alexander Babanin. (The University of Melbourne). Ocean Swell, How Much Do We Know (remote)
||end of day
Tuesday, May 9
||Beginning of session 6: Improving models used for operational forecasting
Session Chair: Simen Ellingsen and Aditya Aiyer
- Christie Hegermiller (SOFAR). Impact of atmospheric stability on a global operational wave forecast.
- Jessica Meixner. (NOAA). Wave Component Updates for the future GFSv17
- Thomas Adcock. (Oxford). The influence of curtailing the wave spectrum when generating random waves. (remote)
- Matias Alday, Fabrice Ardhuin. (Univ. Brest, Ifremer). On consistent parameterizations for both dominant wind-waves and spectral tail directionality (remote)
- Isabel Houghton (SOFAR). Ensemble-Based Data Assimilation of Sofar Spotters and Satellite Altimeters with a Global Operational Wave Model.
||Beginning of session 7: Wave breaking: dynamics and statistics (1/2 sessions)
Session Chair: Wouter Mostert and Michelle DiBenedetto
- Lindsay Hogan (Columbia University). Observations of Breaking-Wave Dissipation and Their Relationship to Atmosphere-Ocean Energy Transfer.
- Jiarong Wu, (Princeton University). Statistics of breaking wave fields with a multi-layer numerical framework.
- Maria Bjørnestad, (Norwegian Meteorological Institute, Bergen) Parameterizations of whitecap coverage from a large data set of offshore camera measurements.
- Bernard Akaawase, (U. Connecticut). Directional breaking kinematics observations from 3D stereo reconstruction of ocean waves.
- Susanne Støle-Hentschel (ENS Paris Saclay). Wave breaking observations by coherent radars. (remote)
||lunch (Carl A Fields center)
||Beginning of session 8: Methods in Field Observation
Session Chair: Mark McAllister and Alvise Benetazzo
- Filippo Bergamasco (University of Venice). Field-testing Wave-Buoy Motion via 3D Optical Tracking.
- Ben Timmermans. (NOC, UK). Sea State Uncertainty From a Triple Collocation Analysis of Observations During the Sentinel-6 Michael Freilich – Jason-3 Tandem Phase Experiment.
- Yaron Toledo. (Tel Aviv University) HF-radar remote sensing of ocean surface current shear using first order Bragg peaks. (remote)
- Luke Colosi. (Scripps/UCSD). Observations of Surface Gravity Wave Spectra from Moving Platforms
- Noam Ginio. (Technion). Efficient machine learning method for spatio-temporal water surface waves reconstruction from polarimetric images.
||Beginning of poster session (Carl A Fields center)
||Dinner in Palmer House
Wednesday, May 10
||Beginning of session 9: Wave breaking and air-sea fluxes (2/2 sessions)
Session Chair: Leonel Romero
- Martin Erinin (Princeton University). The Effect of Surfactants on a Plunging Breaker.
- Chang Liu (U. Maryland). The effect of surfactants on droplet generation in a plunging breaker.
- Megan Mazzatenta (Princeton University). Sea spray drops and aerosol particles generated by collective bubble bursting in laboratory experiments.
- Mark McAllister (University of Oxford). The influence of spectral bandwidth and shape on deep-water wave breaking onset
- Xiaohui Zhou. (Princeton University). Revisited Sea state dependent gas transfer velocity
||Beginning of session 10: Swell, rogue waves and other things
Session Chair: Oyvind Breivik
- Sagi Knobler (Technion). Crest-Trough Asymmetry and Rogue Waves (remote)
- Marine De Carlo. (Univ. Brest, Ifremer). Wave groups signature in small scale nadir wave height variability evidenced by CFOSAT and WW3® model (remote)
- Aditya Aiyer. (Princeton University). Modeling the effect of swell on near-surface turbulence with applications for wall- modeled Large Eddy Simulations
- Erik Rogers. (Naval Research Laboratory). Ocean Waves and ambient noise.
- Luigi Cavaleri. (ISMAR-CNR Venice). The earliest stages of time limited wind wave generation in the open sea
||adjourn the meeting