June 6th-10th, 2022
at the Canvas Stadium, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado.
Please note this is an 100% in person event with no registration fees.
Hosted by CIRA and the Atmospheric Science Department at Colorado State University
Program available below
Visit the ISDA-Online Website:
Office of the Vice President of Research at Colorado State University, Warner Scott Jr. College of Engineering, Department of Atmospheric Science, Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere, National Science Foundation, and NASA
Event Page for Registered Attendees
invitation password required
Scientific Organizing Committee:
Local Organizing Committee
Registration & Submissions
Register is now closed
Abstract Submissions – Closed February 15th, 2022
Any inquiries can be directed to Steven Fletcher at: Steven.Fletcher@colostate.edu
Data Assimilation is the science of combining prior knowledge in the form of comprehensive numerical models of (components of) the Earth system with observations of the Earth. It has a strong mathematical background in Bayesian Inference and Inverse modelling, and is crucial for accurate prediction of e.g. weather, coastal oceans, and climate. Huge advances in both theory, models, observations and computational resources have revolutionized the field, with clear and direct societal benefits.
The 8th International Symposium on Data Assimilation (ISDA2022) continues a series of well-received and attended events: ISDA2019 in Kobe, ISDA2018 in Munich, ISDA2016 in Reading, ISDA2015 in Kobe, ISDA2014 in Munich and the first two symposia at DWD in Offenbach in 2012 and 2011, following the grant vision of Dr. Roland Potthast. This the first time it is organized in the USA, and we are expecting over 150 participants.
The main objective of the conference is to bring together data-assimilation experts from all over the world to discuss problems and progress in the field of data assimilation and the use of satellite observations for weather and climate. The expertise of the participants will range from fundamental mathematics and developing new data-assimilation methodologies being derived and developed at many academic and research institutions from around the world, through to scientists working at operational weather and climate prediction centers, such as NASA/GMAO, ECMWF, NOAA/NCEP/EMC, ONR/NRL, and Met Offices from all over the world.
Discussion topics will include Method Development and Mathematics of Data Assimilation, Satellite Data Assimilation, Error Covariance Estimation in Observations, State and Model, Coupled Data Assimilation Developments, Convective Scale Data Assimilation, Atmospheric Chemistry, and Aerosol Data Assimilation, Earth Systems Components and Further Applications of Data Assimilation, and Machine Learning for Data Assimilation.
Miles from Canvas Stadium
|Best Western University Inn||1.4||Map|
|Best Western Kiva Inn||3.4|
|Quality Inn and Suites||3.4||Map|
|Hampton Inn Ft. Collins||5.0|
|Holiday Inn Express||5.1||Map|
|Comfort Inn Fort Collins North||5.5||Map|
|Hilton Garden Inn Fort Collins||6.5|
From Denver International Airport (DIA):
- Preferred transportation from DIA is Groome — Click Here to learn more
- To view the DIA transportation website — Click Here
Getting around Fort Collins:
Fort Collins public transportation is run through Transfort. They offer bus lines as well as a MAX line that runs parallel with the university.
- To learn more about the TransFort bus routes — Click Here
- To learn about the MAX line — Click Here
- Fort Collins also offers a Bike Share program — Click Here to learn more
- If you choose to bike Fort Collins you can view and download a Bike Route Map — Click Here
Holli Knutson (Administrative Contact)
CIRA/Colorado State University
Dr. Steven Fletcher (Science Program Contact)
CIRA/Colorado State University
Professor Peter Jan van Leeuwen (Science Program Contact)
Dept. of Atmospheric Science/Colorado State University