Visitor Directory

Name Affiliation Host Research Dates
Martina Kramer Forschungszentrum Juelich Bill Randel

Martina Kramer is an expert on UTLS water vapor and cloud physics.  She is coming to Boulder to visit NCAR and NOAA, and collaborate with Eric Jensen in ACOM. They will work on analyses of cloud microphysics and aircraft data...Read more

Jun 2018 to Jul 2018
Xinyue Wang Purdue University Bill Randel

Xinyue Wang is a PhD student with Prof. Yutian Wu at Purdue.  She is coming to collaborate on studies of tracer transport in the Asian Monsoon anticyclone, using observations and WACCM simulations. One project will involve the use of idealized...Read more

Jun 2018 to Aug 2018
Sofia Chelpon City College of New York Laura Pan

Sofia will be working on a paper on convective transport of short lived species  using CONTRAST observationsRead more

May 2018 to Jul 2018
Peter Simonson Colorado School of Mines Rebecca Buchholz

This summer project will apply statistical methods to atmospheric composition and involve two main tasks. The first task relates to the link between climate and chemistry and will focus on implementing a Matlab code release of our chemistry-climate analysis tool...Read more

May 2018 to Jun 2018
Mauro Morichetti Universita' Politecnica delle Marche Sasha Madronich

Mauro will be learning to run the WRF-Chem model with an emphasis on predicting the speciation of aerosol particles.  The situation in the Mediterranean (centered on Italy) is particularly interesting due to strong local biogenic and anthropogenic emissions, and occasional...Read more

May 2018 to Aug 2018
Maryam Abdioskouei University of Iowa Gabriele Pfister

Maryam's thesis focuses on the impacts of oil and natural gas activities on air quality in Colorado. She works with us on using observations from FRAPPE and Discover-AQ campaign. She is using field campaign data together with WRF-Chem to develop...Read more

Apr 2018 to May 2018
Federico Fierli Institute for Atmospheric Sciences and Climate National Research Council Laura Pan

Asian Monsoon UTLS transport, Stratoclim data analysis and general collaborations.Read more

Mar 2018
Peter A. Panka NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Dan Marsh

Dr. Panka will be visiting ACOM to learn how to use the NCAR Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM). With the help of ACOM scientists, he hopes to modify the model to simulate excited species that produce airglow in the...Read more

Feb 2018 to Mar 2018
Wenfu Tang University of Arizona Louisa Emmons Wenfu Tang, a graduate student at U.Arizona advised by A. Arellano, is working on KORUS-AQ analysis using CAM-chem and data assimilation. She is analyzing WRF-Chem and FLEXPART results. Her working here will provide her with a greater understanding of, and...Read more Dec 2017 to Dec 2018
Mingmin Zou State Key Laboratory of Remote Sensing Science, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences Laura Pan Mingmin Zou is specialized in satellite retrieval for GHG species. The main focus of the visit is to work with the CESM/CAM model and explore the global tropospheric ozone sources, sink and transport. Collaborations will also be on analyses of...Read more Dec 2017 to Dec 2018
Dr. Satoshi Noda Kyoto University Dan Marsh

Satoshi Noda will, in conjunction with ACOM scientists, finalize development of the DCPAM-CHEM global chemistry model. He plans to implement variable solar and energetic particle forcing in the model, to investigate the response of stratospheric composition and dynamics, and the...Read more

Nov 2017 to Dec 2017
Bernard Aumont U. Paris Sasha Madronich Prof. Aumont will collaborate with us on the development and improvement of the GECKO-A model. He will also join discussions on experimental work related to reactive carbon."}" data-sheets-userformat="{"2":513,"3":[null,0],"12":0}">Prof. Aumont will collaborate with us on the development and improvement of the...Read more Oct 2017 to Nov 2017
Will Vizuete U. North Carolina Mary Barth

Will Vizuete will test new diagnostics in the WRF-Chem model. These diagnostics are integrated rates of reaction and will allow users to learn what reactions are important for producing ozone and related species. Will has an analysis tool that he...Read more

Oct 2017
Keyhong Park KOPRI Louisa Emmons

Keyhong will be learning how to run CAM-chem and using simulations to study the Arctic and Antarctic atmosphere and ocean biogeochemistry.  He has observations from a research vessel for many years during each hemisphere's summer that will be used to...Read more

Sep 2017 to Oct 2017
Gustavo Cuchiara University of Colorado Mary Barth His research will be analyzing SEAC4RS cases to obtain entrainment rates in small convective storms and scavenging efficiencies of soluble trace gases. He will run WRF-Chem to aid the analysis.Read more Sep 2017 to Sep 2018
Christoph Knote Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München Louisa Emmons

Christoph will collaborate with ACOM scientists on photochemical box modeling and WRF-Chem regional modeling.   A particular focus will be on the analysis of field campaigns, such as FRAPPE and KORUS-AQ.  He will also collaborate on the improved representation of Secondary...Read more

Sep 2017
Duseong Jo Univ. Colorado Louisa Emmons

Duseong will be a post-doc at CU with Jose Jimenez but will spend significant time at NCAR learning CAM-chem and improving the representation of SOA.Read more

Sep 2017 to Aug 2018
Ben Deming University of Colorado John Ortega

Ben Deming is a graduate student at the University of California studying gas-particle conversion processes and oxidation chemistry of a suite of volatile organic compounds.   He has field experience using ground- and tower-based platforms for atmospheric chemistry observations.  His time...Read more

Sep 2017
Andrea Steiner University of Graz Bill Randel

She is coming to collaborate on analysis of temperature variability and trends derived from GPS data. We will also collaborate on comparisons of observations and WACCM model simulations.Read more

Aug 2017 to Sep 2017
Carlos Ordóñez Garcia Universidad Complutense de Madrid Rolando Garcia

Carlos Ordóñez Garcia will familiarize himself with the running of the latest version of WACCM (v.6). He will interact with the WACCM group to diagnose and understand the parameterization of sulfate aerosols. He will collaborate with Rolando Garcia in setting...Read more

Aug 2017 to Sep 2017
Francisco J. Gordillo-Vazquez Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia Anne Smith

Dr. Francisco J. Gordillo Vázquez will be working on studies of atmospheric electricity using WACCM. In particular he will be including different parameterization of lightning in WACCM while performing many numerical experiments to investigate the possible global influence of Blue Jets,...Read more

Aug 2017 to Oct 2017
Francisco J. Perez-Invernon Institute of Astrophysics of Andalusia Anne Smith

Francisco Perez-Invernon will be working closely with his advisor Francisco J. Gordillo-Vazquez on the parameterization of lightning in WACCM and possible global influence of Blue Jets.Read more

Aug 2017 to Oct 2017
Kazuyuki Miyazaki Japan Agency for Marine-Earth Science and Technology (JAMSTEC) Louisa Emmons

He is collaborating with ACOM on data assimilation in global models, assimilating multiple species from satellite observations.  We are also working together on the analysis of KORUS-AQ observations.Read more

Jul 2017
Johnny Luo City College of New York Laura Pan

Dr. Johnny Luo will collaborate with Dr. Laura Pan and other scientists in the UTLS group to discuss the CONTRAST (CONvective TRansport of Active Species in the Tropics) field campaign and data analyses.Read more

Jul 2017
Joowan Kim Kongju National University Bill Randel

He is coming to collaborate on analyses of GPS radio occultation data related to circulation and transport in the UTLS region. He will also be involved in analyses of WACCM simulations.Read more

Jul 2017 to Aug 2017





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