Departement Umweltwissenschaften - Universität Basel - Meteorologie, Klimatologie und Fernerkundung Uni Basel
 
 


Dr.

Mathias D. Müller

Tel: 061 267 07 56

Departement Umweltwissenschaften
Institut für Meteorologie, Klimatologie und Fernerkundung
Klingelbergstrasse 27
CH 4056 Basel

Büro: 4. OG 4-07


Main interests:

Mesoscale Modeling & Numerical Weather Prediction (meteoblue)
Synoptic Meteorology
Real time visualizations and Raytracing

 

Photo Galleries:

UK 2004
Lappland Excursion 2004
Italy 2004
Chile 2005 (Wind energy field trip)
Cyprus 2005
New York / Washington 2005
Out in the cold 2005
Elba 2006
Scottland 2007
USA 2008
Namibia 2010
Namibia 2011

Publications:

 

Müller, M.D. (2001): Simulation of thermally induced and synoptically driven wind fields in complex terrain – An evaluation of the mesoscale model MetPhoMod. Diploma thesis at the University of Basel. PDF

Müller, M.D., Scherer, D., Vogt, R., Parlow, E. (2003): Simulation of thermally induced orographic flow in complex topography. GS-AGU-EUG Joint Assembly, April 6-11, 2003 Nice. Abstract No. EAE03-A-09763.

Müller, M. D. (2003): Inclusion of satellite derived, daily NDVI values in the Meso ETA model. 5th SRNWP conference, Bad Orb, Germany, 27 – 29 October, 2003.

Scherer, D., Arck, M. & M. D. Müller (2004):Numerical modelling of local winds in complex terrain for determination of spatially distributed sensible heat fluxes in snow-covered regions. EGU - 1st General Assembly, April 25 -30, 2004 Nice. Presentation No. EGU04-A-06304.

Müller, M. D. & D. Scherer (2004):A radiation parameterization of topographic effects for mesoscale models. EGU - 1st General Assembly, April 25 -30, 2004 Nice. Presentation No. EGU04-A-04896.

Oesch, D., Müller, M. D., Hauser, A. & N. Foppa (2004): The use of operational assimilated surface parameters of the alps derived from NOAA AVHRR data for NWP. The 2004 EUMETSAT meteorological satellite conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 31 May - 4 June 2004.

Müller, M. D. & D. Scherer (2005): A grid and subgrid scale radiation parameterization of topographic effects for mesoscale models. Monthly Weather Review. 133:1431-1442.

Müller, M. D., A. Bott, M. Masbou & Z. Janjic (2005): Fog prediction in a 3D model with parameterized microphysics. World Weather Research Programme's Symposium on Nowcasting and Very Short Range Forecasting. Toulouse, France, September 5-9. 6.26.

Müller, M. D. (2005): Development of a 1D ensemble fog forecast system with variational assimilation. COST-722 Colloquim. Larnaka, Cyprus. May 19-21.

Müller, M. D. (2005): Verification of the 1D ensemble forecast system and further developments of the 3D fog model. COST-722 Workshop. Langen, Germany. October 20-22 .

Müller, M. D. & Z. Janjic (2005): 1D ensemble forecasts and 3D fog modeling. Met Alliance Colloquim. Zürich, Switzerland. July 2005.

 

Müller, M. D. (2005): Development of a 1D ensemble forecast system with variational assimilation. COST Action 722 - Short range forecasting methods fo fog, visibility and low clouds. Workshop proceedings.

Gultepe, I., Müller, M.D. & Z. Boybeyi (2006): A new visibility parameterization for warm fog applications in numerical weather prediction models. Journal of Applied Meteorology. 45(11):1469-1480.

Müller, M.D., Masbou, M., Bott, A. & Z. Janjic (2006): 3D numerical fog prediction with parameterized microphysics. Presentation No: EGU06-A-02182. EGU. Vienna. Austria. April 2-7.

Masbou, M., Bott, A., Müller, M. D., Nielsen, N. W., Petersen, C., Kann, A., Seidl, H., Cermak, J., Petithomme, H., Adam, W. K. (2006): COST 722 : Comparison of European high resolution fog forecast models. Presentation No: EMS2006-A-00132. EMS. Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 4 – 8.

Masbou, M., Müller, M.D., Cermak, J. (2006): Comparison of 3D fog models and satellite fog/very low stratus products. Presentation No: EMS2006-A-00121. EMS. Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 4 – 8.

Bergot, T., Terradellas, E., Cuxart, J., Mira, A., Liechti, O., Müller, M.D., Woetmann Nielsen, N. (2006): Intercomparision of single-column numerical models for the prediction of radiation fog. Presentation No: EMS2006-A-00077. EMS. Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 4 – 8.

Müller, M.D., Schmutz, C., Parlow, E. (2007): A One-dimensional Ensemble Fog Forecast and Assimilation System for Fog Prediction. Pure and Applied Geophysics. 164:1241-1264.

 

Bergot, T., Cuxart, J., Liechti, O., Mira, T., Müller, M.D., Nielsen, N.W., Terradellas, E. (2007): Intercomparison of Single-Column Numerical Models for the Prediction of Radiation Fog . Journ. appl. Meteor. 46(4):504-521.

 

I. Gultepe, R. Tardif, S. C. Michaelides, J. Cermak, A. Bott, J. Bendix, M. D. Müller, M. Pagowski, B. Hansen, G. Ellrod, W. Jacobs, G. Toth, and S. G. Cober. Fog research: A review of past achievements and future perspectives. Pure and Applied Geophysics, 164:1121–1159, 2007.


Gultepe, I., Tardif, R., Michaelides, S.C, Cermak, J., Bott, A., Bendix, J., Müller, M.D., Pagowski, M., Hansen, B., Ellrod, G., Jacobs, W., Toth, G., Cober, S.G. (2007): Fog Research: A Review of Past Achievements and Future Perspectives Pure and Applied Geophysics. 164:1121-1159.

 

 

M. D. Müller, M. Masbou, and A. Bott. Three-dimensional fog forecasting in complex terrain. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 136:2189–2202, 2010.

 

A. Gartmann, W. Fister, W. Schwanghart, and M. D. Müller. CFD modelling and validation of measured wind field data in a portable wind tunnel. Aeolian Research, 3:315–325, 2011.

 

M. D. Müller. Effects of model resolution and statistical postprocessing on shelter temperature and wind forecasts. Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology, 50:1627–1636, 2011.

 

A. Gartmann, M. D. Müller, E. Parlow, and R. Vogt. Evaluation of numerical simulations of CO2 transport in a city block with field measurements. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, 12(2):185-200, 2012.

 

M. Ritter, M. D. Müller, O. Jorba, E. Parlow, and L.-J. Sally Liu. Impact of chemical and meteorological boundary and initial conditions on air quality modeling - WRF-Chem sensitivity evaluation for a European domain. Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics, DOI: 10.1007/s00703-012-0222-8, 2012.

 

M. D. Müller and E. Parlow. Numerical Weather Prediction as a surrogate for climate observations in practical applications. Theoretical and Applied Climatology. E-View: DOI 10.1007/s00704-012-0693-z, 2012.

 

M. Ritter, M. D. Müller, M.-Y. Tsai and E. Parlow. Air pollution modelling over very complex terrain. A Swiss two year evaluation of WRF-Chem. Atmospheric Research, in review 2012.

 

 

 

 

 

invited talks:

Müller, M.D. (2005): Radiation and fog in complex terrain - Research and operational forecasting with the NMM. NOAA/NCEP Science Center. Camp Springs, MD., USA. August 17.

 

Müller, M.D. (2005): Numerical simulation of radiation and fog. Centre for Atmospheric Science at the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics. Cambridge, UK. October 18.

 

Müller, M.D. & Z. Janjic (2005): Eindimensionale und Dreidimensionale numerische Nebelvorhersage. Forschungskolloquim der MeteoSchweiz, Hochaufgelöste numerische Wettervorhersage im Alpenraum. Zürich, Switzerland, November 10.

 

Müller, M.D. (2006): Operatinal model application and research on numerical weather prediction. BALWOIS-2006, Scientific Symposium on Numerical Weather Prediction. Ohrid. Macedonia. May 22-27.



Müller, M.D. Schmutz, C., Parlow, E. (2006): An ensemble assimilation and forecast system for 1D fog prediction. Presentation No: EMS2006-A-00228. EMS. Ljubljana, Slovenia, September 4 – 8.

 

Müller, M.D. (2007): Niederschlagsvorhersage mit mesoskaligen Modellen. DKW-Fachtagung im Deutschen Hygienemuseum Dresden. Dresden, Germany. October 4.

 

Müller, M.D. (2008): 3D fog/visibility forecasting. Science and Nowcasting Olympic Winter Weather for Vancouver 2010 (SNOW-V10). Whistler, BC., Canada. March 24-27.

 

Müller, M.D. (2008): Weather prediction for energy management. Fachveranstaltung des Schweizerischen
Vereins des Gas- und Wasserfaches SVGW. Biel, Switzerland. September 18.

 

Müller, M.D. (2009): Advances in 3D fog forecasting. WWRP RDP Workshop - Science and Nowcasting Olympic Winter Weather for Vancouver 2010 (SNOW-V10). Whistler, BC., Canada. March 24-26.

 

Müller, M.D. (2010): 1D and 3D fog forecasting in complex terrain. FOKO 2010-1 Research Colloquium on forecast methods. MeteoSwiss. Zürich, Switzerland. May 19.

 

 

Müller, M.D. (2011): Predictability of scales - what NWP can tell us for climate downscaling. South East European Virtual Climate Center (SEEVCC). Expert workshop on climate modeling at
regional scales. Belgrade, Serbia. April 11-13.


Müller, M.D. (2011): Predictability at different scales and the benefits of statistical post-processing. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). Boulder, CO., USA. June 23.

 

Müller, M.D. (2012): An introduction to the most commonly mentioned numerical issues in NWP. HiRCoT - High resolution modelling in complex terrain. Vienna, Austria. February 21-24.


Müller, M.D. (2012): Numerical weather prediction - meteoblue's race against time. Computational Science Colloquim. University of Basel, Basel, Switzerland. May 8.

 

 

 


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