The State of the Department Address

Date/Time: Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Wanda Harding, NOAA Title: An Overview of the Joint Polar Satellite System (JPSS) Program Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first go to the main gate of the university — if you tell […]

Date/Time: Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Drew Hope, NASA LaRC Title: Engineering Design Studio Overview Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first goto the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that […]

Daytime Observations and Techniques of Atmospheric Lidar

The Exploration and Colonization of Mars by Humans: Why Mars? Why Humans?

APS Students John Blalock, Alima Diawara, Duminda Kankanamge, Liqiao Lei, and Alok Shrestha will present. Pizza will be provided.

Date/Time: Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Solomon Bililign, North Carolina A&T Title: TBD. Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first goto the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are […]

Date/Time: Wednesday, Nov. 4, 2015 at Noon Where: Phenix Hall, Room 123 Speaker: Benjie Spencer, NOAA Title: TBD. Abstract: TBD. Parking Information Directions for External Guests to HU: To park your car, please first goto the main gate of the university — if you tell the officers at the gate that you are visiting the […]

Climate Factors Impacting the Upcoming Winter: Will it be a Stormy Winter?

Title: Evaluation of transport processes in MERRA-driven chemical transport models using 222Rn

Why did the Eyjafjallajökull volcanic eruption cloud last so long?

Visiting an Asteroid: OSIRIS-REx gets up close and personal with Bennu.

Molecular Astrophysics: Cool stars and exoplanets

Aerosol extinction from remote SAGE II and HALOE measurements

Rapid Arctic Climate Change: What’s clouds got to do with it?

Monitoring the Geospace Environment from Antarctica: New Observations and New Puzzles

Annual State of the Department Seminar.

Reconstructing isotopes in precipitation: Perspectives from the High Arctic

A fiber-optic current sensor for direct aircraft lightning measurement

The Storm Surge and Sub-Grid Inundation Modeling In New York City during Hurricane Sandy

John Blalock: Measurements of Seasonal Changes in Saturn’s Zonal Wind and Vertical Wind Shear between 2004 and 2016 from Cassini ISS Images Robert Damadeo: An improved technique for deriving long-term trends in ozone Steven Buckner: Validation of Suomi-NPP OMPS Limb Profile Ozone Mixing Ratio Measurements Alok Shrestha: Applying CERES Angular Distribution Models to ERBE Scanner […]

Mars Electric Reusable Flyer – A New Concept for Flight on Mars

Monitoring Tropospheric Ozone and Aerosols with the NASA Langley Mobile Ozone Lidar

Climate change, sea level rise and impacts on the Hampton Roads region

Stratospheric Aerosol Phase Function and  it’s Importance in Extinction Retrievals from Limb Scatter Radiance

Airborne High Spectral Resolution Lidar Measurements of Aerosol Distributions and Properties

OWLETS

Clouds and Deep Convection

Satellite Sounding and Validation

Exceptional Events Monitoring using SNPP VIIRS Aerosol Products

AIM Extended Mission

Title: My Journey from the Earth’s Lower Atmosphere to the Thermosphere/Ionosphere: From Milliseconds to Decades

Dr. Harshvardhan (Purdue) will present: Aerosols: Smoke and Mirrors of the Climate System

Larry Flynn (NOAA) will present: GSICS: The Global Space-based Inter-Calibration System

Remote Sensing image fusion in West Nile Virus Study

The Impact of ENSO and PDO on Regional and Global Sea Level

Ruth Lieberman (NSF)

Steve Nash (U. Richmond) will present: Virginia Climate Fever

James Crawford (NASA LaRC)