To expose Meteorological Engineering students to a wide variety of modern science and engineering software tools, including state-of-art numerical weather prediction and climate models, statistical and data analyzing programs, visualization software, programming language compilers, parallel programming and scientific computing libraries.
Meteorological Modeling and Analysis Laboratory has been used for research studies and graduate and undergraduate courses. This laboratory provides high performance computing facilities which are necessary for data analysis atmospheric modeling and visualization.
Research and Application Area
Various kinds of modeling and data analysis on atmospheric sciences.
Climate change modeling and analysis of the past and future.
Short and mean range modeling and analysis of meteorological predictions.
Air quality determination, modeling and analysis.
The laboratory incorporates six academic staffs. In addition, it is used by graduate and undergraduate students for their advanced researches.
Analyzing the physical and dynamical processes effecting the original atmospheric conditions (flood, drought, etc.);
Air quality analogies by using atmospheric and chemical models together. Ragional climate modeling: today’s and future’s anologies;
Weather analysis and short term forecasting;
Statistical and dynamical analysis of the atmospheric observations;
Visualization of the 2 and 3D data using the graphical programs in the laboratory.
Some Recent and Accomplished Projects
Investigating the effects of global climate change to Turkey by means of regional climate model, TUJJB Research Project.
Minimizing the scale of climate change scenarios by regional climate model, ITU, PhD Thesis Project.
Modeling the long range transport of European air pollutants and an episode analysis, ITU, PhD Thesis Project.
Investigation of Surface Ozone Concentration in Istanbul and Kocaeli Region Using Mesoscale Model, TUBITAK-COST Research Project.
A section from the application of future orientated projections to Turkey by regional climate models
Students in the laboratory