WRF Research Applications Board
The primary function of the WRF Research Applications Board (WRAB) is
to review trends and emerging science and technologies and to
identify and prioritize those elements representing the greatest
opportunities for advancing the capabilities of WRF for use by the
research community. The WRAB meets annually at the WRF Users' Workshop.
The head of the WRAB is a senior scientist recognized for leadership
in mesoscale numerical weather prediction research, and
WRAB membership consists of leaders of WRF working
groups and of the research community. WRAB members
are selected for their research expertise and span a broad cross-section
of the atmospheric sciences to provide the vision and leadership
for sustaining WRF as a modeling system for the research community.
The head of the WRAB is to be an ex officio member of the WORB.
The WRAB may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Shuyi Chen, University of Miami
Chris Davis, NCAR
Georg Grell, NOAA
Hans Huang, NCAR
Brian Jewett, University of Illinois
Joe Klemp, NCAR
Ruby Leung, PNL
Cliff Mass, University of Washington
Lou Wicker, NSSL
Ming Xue, University of Oklahoma
Ex-Officia WRAB Members
Bill Kuo, NCAR
January 2007: The WRAB's strategic plan for WRF model development (January 2007): Research-Community Priorities for WRF-System Development. Read the plan:
Research-Community Priorities for WRF-System Development