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 Sijal Dangol.

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 29, 2017
Second Year Student Seminar

Steve Fons
"Measuring Snow Depth on Antarctic Sea Ice using Satelite Radar Altimetry"

Tianning Su
"The Interactions Between the Planetary Boundary Layer Height (PBLH) and Surface Pollutants over China"

Sijal Dangol
"Groundwater Sustainability under Intensifying Agriculture Land Use and Climate Change"

Nikita Fedkins
"Linking OMI Observations of Improvements inSO2 Emissions to Sulfate Wet Deposition Trends in the Eastern United States"

Takuma Yoshida
"Correlation-cutoff Method for Strongly Coupled Data Assimilation"

Kanishk Gohil
"Validating Urban Schemes in WRF Using Ground and Remote Sensing Observations Over College Park"

Casey Joseph
"Spatial and Temporal Variability of Water-Filled Crevasse Hydrologic States in Jakobshavn, Greenland"

Shaun Howe
"A First Look at Utilizing Low Cost CO2 Sensors and Regional Modeling to Quantify CO2 Concentrations"

Dylan Jeffrey
"Testing the Sensitivity of WRF Ground Temperatures During the Valentine's Blizzard of 2007"
Oct 10, 2017
Xinzhou Huang
Oct 17, 2017
Eviatar Bach
How sensitive are mountain glaciers to climate change? Insights from a block model
Nov 07, 2017
Casey Cavanagh
Regional Ice Flow Acceleration of Jakobshavn due to Meltwater Injection
Nov 07, 2017
Agniv Sengupta
SST-based Statistical Forecast of the South-Southeast Asian Summer Monsoon Rainfall Distribution
Nov 14, 2017
Katherin Lukens
An Assessment of Storm Track-related Loss and the Predictability of Related Winter Weather in North America
Nov 21, 2017
Vitaly Kholodovsky
A new Integrated Threshold selection methodology for Spatial Forecast Verification of extreme Events
Dec 05, 2017
Sarah Benish