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

Spring 2018

Jan 30, 2018
Chao Sun
"Ensemble Cumulus Parameterization Improving Extreme Precipitation Prediction"
Feb 06, 2018
Cory Martin
Feb 13, 2018
Patrick Charles Meyers
" Evaluation of precipitation algorithms for the Advanced Scanning Microwave Radiometer "
Feb 27, 2018
Chu-Chun Chang
Mar 06, 2018
Open slot
Mar 13, 2018
Adria Schwaber
Mar 20, 2018
Yunyao Li
Mar 27, 2018
Casey Joseph
" Spatial and Temporal Variability of Water-Filled Crevasse Hydrologic State"
Apr 03, 2018
Matthew Wespetal
Apr 03, 2018
William James Schouler Miller
Investigating the causes for the unusual southwestward motion of Hurricane Joaquin (2015) though analysis of a forecast ensemble spread
Apr 10, 2018
Dylan Jeffrey
"WRF Simulations of Land Surface Temperatures During the 2007 Valentine's Day Storm"
Apr 10, 2018
Donald Lippi
Radial wind assimilation for improved short-term precipitation forecasts
Apr 17, 2018
James Reagan
"Water vapor transport and near-surface salinity contrasts in the North Atlantic Ocean"
Apr 24, 2018
Natalie Thomas
May 01, 2018
Katherine Teresa Junghenn
May 01, 2018
Lei Zhang
May 08, 2018
Silvia Da Silva