EOL Seminar Series

EOL Seminar Patrick Veres

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All recorded EOL seminars are published on the NCAR EOL YouTube Channel.

The hybrid EOL Seminars are held on Tuesdays from 3:30-4:30 pm MT. Talks are usually delivered in person at the NCAR Foothills Laboratory with all of the seminars webcast to allow for virtual participation. The seminar co-coordinators are Jacquelyn Witte (jwitte@ucar.edu) and Sarah Woods (sfwoods@ucar.edu).

Please contact us if you have questions, 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.


Webcast: Seminars will be webcast on the EOL Webcast Channel




February 13, 2024
Scott Spuler - NSF/NCAR EOL Remote Sensing Facility
Development of a Cost-effective Laser Remote Sensor for Continuous Thermodynamic Profiling

February 6, 2024
Patrick Veres - NSF/NCAR EOL Research Aviation Facility
Innovation of Instrumentation as a Key Driver of Discovery from Laboratory Investigations to Airborne In-Situ Deployments

December 19 2023
Jason Kelley - University of Idaho
Reexamining simplifying assumptions and measurement technique in the era of flux networks

December 18 2023
Sebastian Hoch - University of Utah
Observations of radiative heating and cooling in the atmospheric boundary layer under clear sky and fog conditions

December 5 2023
Ian Cornejo - University of Wisconsin, Madison
Extreme Rainfall in Taiwan: Observations from NCAR’s S-Pol Radar during PRECIP/TAHOPE 2022

November 14 2023
Britt Stephens - NCAR/EOL
Extreme Rainfall in Taiwan: Observations from NCAR’s S-Pol Radar during PRECIP/TAHOPE 2022

October 24, 2023
John Dennis - NCAR/CISL
Leveraging exascale technology to advance NCAR science within EOL

October 10, 2023
Ivan Arias Hernandez - Colorado State University
Insight into the microphysics of severe storms from multiple radar observations: Study over la Plata region in South America

June 27, 2023
Gannet Hallar - University of Utah
Storm Peak Laboratory: 40+ Year History of this Mountain-Top Research Facility

May 16, 2023
Elise Rosky - NCAR ASP Graduate Student Visitor Program (Michigan Tech)
Small Ice Embryos and Large Cloud Droplets: From molecular simulations of water to airborne measurement of cloud droplets.

May 9, 2023 (Joint EOL/MMM Seminar)
Ulrike Romatschke - NCAR EOL Remote Sensing Facility
3D Convective-Stratiform Echo Type Classification and Convectivity from Radar Reflectivity

April 25, 2023 (Joint EOL/MMM Seminar)
Paul Lawson - SPEC, Inc.
The Secondary Production of Ice in Cumulus Experiment (SPICULE)

April 18, 2023 (Joint EOL/ACOM Seminar)
Nathaniel Brockway - University of Alaska
Vertical Profiles of Bromine Monoxide via Airborne Remote Sensing

March 28, 2023
Zhaoxia Pu - University of Utah
Cold Fog Amongst Complex Terrain: Observations, Modeling, and Prediction of Cold Fog

March 14, 2023
Dave Parsons - Oklahoma University
Nocturnal Convective Systems and their Broader Relevance to Weather and Climate

March 7, 2023
Mathieu Casado - Laboratoire des Sciences du Climat et de l'Environnement
The Isotopic Fingerprint of the Atmospheric Circulation in Ice Cores in Polar Regions

February 21, 2023 (Joint EOL/RAL Seminar)
John Hubbert - NCAR/EOL
Global Regression Filtering: A Long Overlooked Technique for Processing Time Series Data?

February 7, 2023
Jothiram Vivekanandan - NCAR/EOL
Airborne Polarimetric Doppler Phased Array Weather Radar: Digital Twin

January 17, 2023 (Joint EOL/ACOM Seminar)
Sara Lance - Atmospheric Sciences Research Center, University at Albany SUNY
Whiteface Mountain as a Natural Laboratory to Study Chemical Processing of Aerosols by Clouds



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