You are here:

Department Seminars

The Department of Atmospheric Sciences Seminar is designed to teach students through the presentation of scholarly works of students, faculty, staff and other external scientists. Speakers are invited to present their research to members of our department and to collaborate with our faculty during their visit.

Additional dates to be determined

Summer 2019

Friday, June 21, 2019
Defense begins at 10:00am
INSCC 110
Speaker: Peter A. Saunders, Ph.D. Candidate, Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah
Title: Studying The Sudden Onset And Evolution Of Outer Rainband Precipitation Of Hurricane Harvey (2017) Using Numerical Simulations With Data Assimilation And Cloud Initiation
Abstract

Monday, June 24, 2019
Seminar begins at 3:15pm with Meet the Speaker at 3:00pm
FASB 295
Speaker: Joao Teixeira, Co-Director of the Center for Climate Sciences, AIRS Science Team Leader, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology
Title: Turbulence, Convection and Clouds in Global Atmospheric Models: The Unified EDMF Approach
Abstract

Monday, July 15, 2019
Defense begins at 1:00pm
FASB 295
Speaker: Marcel Caron, MS Candidate, Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah
Title & Abstract coming soon


Tuesday, July 16, 2019
Defense begins at 2:00pm
FASB 295
Speaker: Tyler West, PhD Candidate, Atmospheric Sciences, University of Utah
Title & Abstract coming soon

Last Updated: 7/13/19