Student Seminar

AOSC student seminars are held on Tuesdays at 3:30pm in Room CSS3400, unless otherwise noted below. All students beyond their second year are required to give a seminar at least once a year. These seminars provide a great opportunity to come see what your fellow grad students are up to, as well as provide a small, comfortable environment for those speaking to hone their seminar giving skills. To take any seminar spot still available please send an email to Natalie Thomas.

Guidelines for the seminars:

  • An abstract of less than 50 words to be submitted 1 week before the seminar
  • Time of seminar to not exceed 30 min
    • 5 minute introduction, 15-20 min on major results, 5 min questions/discussion
    • Suggested total of 20-25 slides
  • Only need to highlight 2-3 major (take home) achievements
  • Audience is not expected to stay if not finished after 30 min

Fall 2017

Sep 06, 2016
Xiaoxu Tian
ATMS Derived Warm Core Evolution of Hurricane Sandy Using a Modified Retrieval Algorithm
Sep 13, 2016
Adria Schwarber
Investigating the Impacts of Short-Lived Climate Forcers (SLCF) on Global Climate
Sep 13, 2016
Youtong Zheng
Quantifying cloud base updraft speeds of marine stratocumulus from cloud top radiative cooling
Sep 20, 2016
Kristin Cummings
Oct 11, 2016
Agniv Sengupta
Anatomy of the 2015-16 El Nino
Oct 11, 2016
Austin Hope
Implementation Targets for the Paris Climate Agreement
Oct 18, 2016
Katie Lukens
Storm Tracks and their Influence on High Impact Weather in the Southern Hemisphere Winter
Oct 25, 2016
Rebekah Esmaili
Nov 01, 2016
Natalie Thomas
Seasonality in the Secular Warming of the Northern Continents
Nov 08, 2016
Yunyao Li
Nov 11, 2016
Ashley Wheeler
Nov 15, 2016
Scott Ozog
Nov 22, 2016
Matthew Wespetal
Optimizing 3D-Var with LETKF reanalysis statistics for use in hybrid data assimilation
Nov 29, 2016
Neal Graham