Schedule Fall 2006

Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar Fall 2006

date time Speaker, affiliation and title of the presentation room
6/30/2006 10:30am Terry Kubar, University of Washington, Atmospheric Sciences Department, Radiative and Convective Driving of Tropical High Clouds IARC 401
9/6/2006 1:30pm Gerhard Kramm, GI Atmospheric Sciences, Heuristic derivation of blackbody radiation laws using principles of dimensional analysis IARC 401
9/20/2006 1:30pm TBA IARC 401
10/18/2006 1:30pm Nicole Mölders, GI Atmospheric Sciences and College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Atmospheric Sciences Program, Development of a tool for use of Climate Forecasts for Regional and Local Applications IARC 401
11/1/2006 1:30pm TBA IARC 401
11/15/2006 1:30pm Javier Fochesatto,, GI Atmospheric Sciences, Eye-safe polarisation diversity lidar IARC 401
11/29/2006 1:30pm Martin Stueffer, ARSC and GI Atmospheric Sciences, TAMDAR (Topospheric Airborne Meteorological DAta Reporting) system development and its potential for aviation safety and improved weather forecasting in Alaska IARC 401

Upcoming seminars in spring 2007

Jeff S. Tilley, University of North Dakota Polar mesoscale modeling TBA

For further information or if you want to give a presentation in the Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar please contact the coordinator of the Atmospheric Science Informal Seminar Nicole Mölders, phone: 474-7910, email:

Note that the Atmospheric Sciences Seminar is joint with ATM688, a 1-credit class in spring. Students taking this as a class do not have to attend seminar prior to the start or after the end of the semester.