Visitor Directory

Name Affiliation Host Research Dates
Isao Murata Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Tohoku University James Hannigan

Dr. Isao Murata, along with Drs. Tomoo Nagahama and Hideaki Nakajima, will visit Jim Hannigan in ACOM from August 1–5, 2016. They will work together on the analysis of the solar spectra taken at the Moshiri, Rikubetsu, and Tsukuba NDACC...Read more

Aug 2016
Hideaki Nakajima Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies James Hannigan

Dr. Hideaki Nakajima, along with Drs. Isao Murata and Tomoo Nagahama, will visit Jim Hannigan in ACOM from August 1–5, 2016. They will work together on the analysis of the solar spectra taken at the Moshiri, Rikubetsu, and Tsukuba NDACC...Read more

Aug 2016
Annmarie Carlton Univ. of California, Irvine Christine Wiedinmyer

Annmarie Carlton visited ACOM to discuss an upcoming collaboration on the FIREX project funded by NOAA taking place during 2017. Further, Annmarie also met with Mary Barth to plan a workshop taking place at Whiteface Mountain.Read more

Jul 2016
Kirsti Ashworth University of Michigan Christine Wiedinmyer

Kirsti Ashworth will be coming to ACOM to work with Christine Wiedinmyer and ASP visitors Will Vizuete and Chitsan Wang. The group will be doing measurements of emissions and ambient concentrations of biogenic VOCs from new industry activities on the...Read more

Jul 2016 to Aug 2016
Anja Schmidt University of Leeds Mike Mills

Anja Schmidt will continue working with ACOM's prognostic representations of volcanic aerosol in CESM(WACCM). We plan to use WACCM to study impacts of recent and historical volcanic eruptions on climate, clouds, and chemistry. Anja is leading a project to simulate...Read more

Jul 2016 to Sep 2016
Avelino Arellano Univ. of Arizona Louisa Emmons

Dr. Avellano will be collaborating with the ACRESP group on modeling and data assimilation in CESM and WRF-Chem, as well as inverse modeling.  He is also a collaborator on Dr. Meritt Deeter's grant studying the Amazon.Read more

Jul 2016 to Aug 2016
Cathy Clerbaux Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales (LATMOS) David Edwards

Dr. Cathy Clerbaux will be working with the ACRESP group on satellite remote sensing science for trace gases. Specifically, work is ongoing comparing and contrasting carbon monoxide retrievals from Terra/MOPITT and Metop/IASI. Dr. Clerbaux will also be collaborating on studies...Read more

Jul 2016 to Aug 2016
Maya George Laboratoire Atmosphères, Milieux, Observations Spatiales (LATMOS) David Edwards

Maya George will work with the ACRESP group on satellite remote sensing science for trace gases. Specifically, work is ongoing comparing and contrasting carbon monoxide retrievals from Terra/MOPITT and Metop/IASI. Maya will also be collaborating on studies aimed at defining...Read more

Jul 2016 to Aug 2016
Daniel Gilford Massachusetts Insitute of Technology William Randel

Observations and modeling of the tropical tropopause layer and the radiative influence of trace constutent variations.Read more

Jul 2016
Joowan Kim Kongju National University, Korea William Randel

During his visit, Dr. Joowan Kim will finish and extend work related to GPS radio occultation data, quantifying circulation and transport variability in the upper troposphere – lower stratosphere (UTLS).Read more

Jul 2016 to Aug 2016
Susan Solomon MIT Rolando Garcia

Susan Solomon will collaborate with Rolando Garcia to perform atmospheric chemistry simulations using WACCM.Read more

Jul 2016 to Aug 2016
Jacqueline Dowling Carleton College Charles Bardeen

Jacqueline Dowling will collaborate with Drs. Charles Bardeen and Andrew Gettelman to help develop diagnostic tests for the Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM).Read more

Jul 2016 to Aug 2016
Emmanuel Mahieu University of Liège James Hannigan

Dr. Emmanuel Mahieu is PI of the NDACC Jungfraujoch station and professor at the University of Liège in Belgium. He will collaborate with Dr. James Hannigan and other scientists in the Optical Techniques group to work on ongoing projects, including...Read more

Jul 2016
Valeria Donets Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science (RSMAS), University of Miami Laura Pan

Valeria Donets participated the CONTRAST (CONvective TRansport of Active Species in the Tropics) field campaign in 2014. Her PhD work includes analyzing the GV airborne campaign data. She will visit NCAR/ACOM to collaborate on a paper interpreting the observed...Read more

Jul 2016
Nicola Blake University of California, Irvine Eric Apel

Collaborate with Dr. Eric Apel to work on software associated with a TOGA instrument.Read more

Jun 2016
Camille Mouchel-Vallon University of York Alma Hodzic

Dr. Mouchel-Vallon will collaborate with Dr. Alma Hodzic and other scientists in her group. He will perform GECKO-A simulations to study the dissolution of organic compounds in cloud water and the subsequent chemistry. Model runs will be performed for field...Read more

Jun 2016 to Jul 2016
Teerachai Amnuaylojaroen School of Environment, University of Phayao Alma Hodzic

Dr. Amnuaylojaroen will collaborate with Drs. Alma Hodzic and Mary Barth and other scientists in the Regional & Process Modeling group. He will perform high-resolution simulations with WRF and WRF-Chem to study aerosol/cloud interactions over the Maritime Continent region during...Read more

Jun 2016 to Aug 2016
Bernard Aumont Univesitie Paris-Est Creteil Sasha Madronic

Dr. Aumont will collaborate with Drs. Alma Hodzic, Geoff Tyndall, and John Orlando. He will continue to collaborate on the development and use of the GECKO­A model. This will include simulations using chamber and field data plus updating the photolysis...Read more

Jun 2016
Elliot Atlas RSMAS Laura Pan

Dr. Atlas will work with ACOM staff to analyze recent ORCAS mission data.Read more

Jun 2016 to Aug 2016
David Pfotenhauer University of Colorado Boulder Christine Wiedinmyer

David Pfotenhauer will collaborate with Dr. Christine Wiedinmyer and others to do cooking tests and data analyses in support of the EPA-funded cookstove project. He will also collaborate with Dr. Wiedinmyer throughout the school year to analyze datasets, write papers,...Read more

May 2016 to May 2017
Christine Smith-Johnsen University of Oslo Dan Marsh

Understanding the impact of Energetic Particle Precipitation (EPP) on the chemistry and dynamics of the middle and upper atmosphere, and ultimately upon surface climate, through combined modeling and observational studies. Testing to determine if the estimated energy fluxes derived from...Read more

Mar 2016 to Jun 2016
Paola Crippa University of Newcastle Chrstine Wiedinmyer

The 2015 El Nno has been extremely strong and the friving force behind the conditions that have led to an extreme fire season in Indonesia during the Fall 2015. Dr. Crippa and Christine Wiedinmyer are working on a modeling study...Read more

Mar 2016 to Apr 2016
Monika Andersson Finnish Meteorological Institute Dan Marsh

Monika will work on continued development and validation of improved stratospheric chemistry and specification of solar energetic particle forcing in CESM. She will also collaborate on a paper to estimate NOy in stratosphere that originates from...Read more

Mar 2016
Aurelien Podglajen Laboratoire de Meteorologie Dynamique William Randel

Working on WRF-chem model simulations of the tropical UTLS, quantifying
circulation and temperature effects on cirrus cloud formation.Read more

Mar 2016 to Aug 2016
Yang Li University of Michigan Mary Barth

Yang Li will visit Mary Barth to analyze model (LES-Chem) results of gas and aqueous chemistry. We expect the simulations will be completed before March. The visit will be spent producing plots of the model results and interpretation of these...Read more

Mar 2016

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