All-Staff Reports

All-Staff Reports are informal briefs by ACOM staff and visitors on their recent work. In the past few years, reports have primarily focused on scientific research activities (hence the former name: "Research Reports"). However, in 2018 we began to include activities by all staff, not all of which may quite fit under the descriptor "research" but which nonetheless significantly contribute to the attainment of Laboratory research objectives. Technical staff may report on major projects or specific tasks, while administrative staff may report on activities which make much of the Lab's work even possible. Indeed not all work by scientific staff is exactly research, so they might report on their current research or other activities in which they are engaged.

Reports are held every other Wednesday, online or in FL2-2512 at 11:00 am.

If you cannot make your scheduled slot, please do your best to switch with someone else. In the event you are unable to do so, please contact Carl Drews (and the sooner the better).

Schedule for January 2024 - December 2024

Date Name
January 3 Louisa Emmons, Forecasting for ASIA-AQ
Carl Drews, Ray casting with GeoPandas and spatial join
Mary Barth, SIMA and testing CAM-chem with a nonhydrostatic dynamical core
January 17 Shaun Bush, Visitor basics
Wenfu Tang, Advantages of assimilating multi-spectral satellite retrievals of atmospheric composition: A demonstration using MOPITT CO products
Pieternel Levelt, Director's report
January 31 American Meteorological Society
February 14  
Anne Smith, Atomic oxygen
February 28 Forrest Lacey, Successful Aging in a Time of Wildfires
Emily Doremire, ACOM Budget and Funding
Pieternel Levelt, Director's Report
March 13
Room: FL2-1001
Eric Apel, Preliminary results from ASIA-AQ
Diamond Tachera, Rising Voices
Rolando Garcia, WACCM Developments and Updates
March 27
Room: FL2-1001
Francis Vitt, Abstract interfaces for aerosol representations in CAM/CESM
Sherie Palmer, How to book domestic travel in Concur
Ben Gaubert, A non-Gaussian ensemble filter update for chemical data assimilation
April 10
Room: FL2-1001
Zhizhao Wang, GENOA: A Mechanism Reduction Algorithm
Sara Martinez-Alonso, Tropospheric NO2 from geostationary instruments: GEMS and TEMPO
Debbie Ryan, NEW NASA Inclusion Plan Requirements 2024 for proposals
April 24 Matt Dawson, MusicBox and CoPilot
Courtney Owen, The Joys of Nonlinear Optics
Laura Pan, The Unique Asian Monsoon Tropopause Structure and Its Role in Large Scale Transport and Mixing
May 8 Becky Hornbrook, Preliminary TOGA-TOF observations from ASIA-AQ
Doug Kinnison, Evaluation of the chemistry and climate impact of the new solar forcing dataset for CMIP7 using the Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model
Mijeong Park, Does deep convection influence lower stratospheric water vapor directly?
May 22 Ivan Ortega, Integrating FTIR & Pandora for HCHO TEMPO Comparison
Sam Hall, jNO2 as a reference photolysis frequency
Pieternel Levelt, Director's report
June 5  
Barb Tunison, Co-Sponsorship in Proposals
Jon Starr, Stratospheric Temperature Impacts of Hunga Tonga - Hunga Ha'apai Eruption
June 19 Juneteenth
July 3 Shawn Honomichl
Jim Hannigan
Kirk Ullmann
July 17 Ajay Parottil
Behrooz Roozitalab
Pieternel Levelt
July 31 Ren Smith
David Fillmore
Teresa Campos
August 14 Kyle Shores
Rebecca Buchholz
Kelley Barsanti
August 28 Bill Randel
Gabi Pfister
Qing Ye
September 11 Julia Lee-Taylor
Alan Hills
Brett Palm
September 25 John Orlando
Simone Tilmes
Asutosh Acharya
 October 9 Steve Gabbard
Shima Shams
Kwesi Akumenyi Quagraine
October 23 David Edwards
Frank Flocke
Pieternel Levelt
November 6 Kyle Zarzana
Steve Shertz
Jun Zhang
November 20 Helen Worden
Jiwon Gim
Daun Jeong
December 4 Danny Leung
Daniel Ziskin
Pieternel Levelt


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