- Analysis of Venusian Zonal Winds Using Venus Express Data
- HU Center for Atmospheric Research and Education (CARE)
- Modeling Dust Injection and Vertical Mixing for the Next Generation of Martian Exploration
- Planetary boundary layer (PBL) height detect by fractal dimension (FD) of three-wavelength lidar signals
- Assessment of Spectral, Misregistration, and Spatial Uncertainties Inherent in the Cross-Calibration Study
- Dome Degradation Characterization of Wide-Field-of-View Nonscanner aboard ERBE and its Reprocessing
- Relative Gain Characterization and Correction of Pushbroom Sensors Based on Lifetime Image Statistics and Wavelet Filtering
- Unfiltering Earth Radiation Budget Experiment (ERBE) Scanner Radiances Using the CERES Algorithm and Its Evaluation with Nonscanner Observations
- The Living, Breathing Planet
- Building a scanning Lidar
- APS Seminar – Ernest Nyaku on January 25, 2017 12:00 PM
- APS Seminar – Benjamin Hamlington (ODU) on February 1, 2017 12:00 PM
- APS Seminar – Luke Ziemba (NASA LaRC) on February 8, 2017 12:00 PM
- APS Seminar – Richard Ferrare (NASA LaRC) on February 15, 2017 12:00 PM
- APS Seminar – Nathan Kidwell (W&M) on February 22, 2017 12:00 PM
We will start reviewing applications on February 1st, and continue until all positions are filled.
The HU Department of Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences (APS) offers a course of study leading to Ph.D. and M.S. degrees. Students from a variety of academic disciplines are welcome, and the curriculum maintains a flexibility to match individual interest.
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What do we study?Atmospheric science is the study of the physics, chemistry, and dynamics of gases, clouds, and aerosols that surround the planetary bodies of the solar system. At HU, research is extended beyond the usual bounds of the atmosphere to include the interplanetary medium and processes of "space weather" affecting Earth and other planets.
How do I get involved?
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Areas of APS Faculty Research
William B. Moore
Dr. William B. Moore is a Planetary Scientist, presently Associate Professor in the Atmospheric and Planetary Science Department at Hampton University and the Hampton University Professor in Residence at the National Institute of Aerospace. He is interested in the physical processes that link the interior evolution of planetary bodies with their surfaces, atmospheres and dynamics, […]Read More
Partners + CAS
CAS is dedicated to increasing the participation of minorities in the fields of Atmospheric, Space, and Planetary sciences. The research center, CAS, and its academic department, APS, maintains strong partnerships with many national, international, private, and higher education institutions.
Ryan M. McCabe
I am currently a second-year Ph.D. student studying planetary science at Hampton University. I earned my B.S. in physics from Gettysburg College in 2015 with minors is mathematics and music. My current research interests focus on using cloud-tracking techniques and ground-based observations to gather information about the dynamics of Venus’s atmosphere. In planetary atmospheres, wind speeds can […]Read More