ACOM Seminars

The ACOM Seminar series is an opportunity for NCAR staff and visitors to share scientific information that is of general interest to the Atmospheric Chemistry Observations & Modeling Laboratory. Seminars are typically held on Monday afternoons with a reception at 3:15 pm and the seminar starting at 3:30 pm in the main seminar room at the Foothills Laboratory (FL2-1022). Seminars may be held at other times and locations to accommodate interesting speakers whose schedules don't fit the normal schedule.

The seminars are organized by the ACOM seminar committee, which includes: Ivan Ortega and Mike Mills. If you would like to present a seminar, have a visitor who would like to present a seminar or have a suggestion for a seminar speaker or topic that we should cover, then please contact one of them or send us an e-mail.

To subscribe to our mailing list and receive notification of upcoming seminars, please e-mail: seminar-committee@acom.ucar.edu .

Upcoming Seminars

Please click on the title to see the full announcement for the seminar. Click on this link for live viewing (scroll down to lower right to select appropriate seminar). You may also view the upcoming seminar schedule on Google Calendar. Past seminars and videos on YouTube are accessible by year below.

Date & Timesort ascending Speaker Location Title & Announcement ACOM Program Video
Monday, September 17, 2018 - 3:30pm Benjamin A. Nault
University of Colorado - Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
FL2-1022 Large Auditorium field studies of urban SOA formation and pH (TBD) General Interest
Monday, August 20, 2018 - 3:30pm Alvaro de la Cámara
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
FL2-1022 Large Auditorium Changes in transport and mixing of polar ozone during Sudden Stratospheric Warmings General Interest
Friday, August 17, 2018 - 3:30pm Marta Abalos
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
FL2-1022 Large Auditorium Impact of ozone depleting substances on the stratospheric Brewer-Dobson circulation General Interest

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