2015 NCAR Day of Networking & Discovery

The 2015 NCAR Day of Networking and Discovery was held on Friday, April 17, 2015.

The agenda is listed below.


Agenda - NCAR Networking and Discovery

Center Green Auditorium        17 April 2015
 Room SouthRoom CenterRoom North
0830Jim Hurrell IntroductionJim HurrellIntroductionJim HurrellIntroduction
0900Bas van RuijvenClimate impacts on building energy useScott EllisA bird’s-eye view of a winter storm: The Hiaper Cloud Radar probes a Nor’easter Doug Nychka and Dorit HammerlingStatistical Hierarchical Models: An Emerging Framework for Geophysical Data Analysis 
0930Anny MalanushenkoUsing Observations to Understand the Causes of Space WeatherGabi Pfister2014 Colorado Front Range FRAPPE field campaignAngie PendergrassPrecipitation changes with climate
1030Andy MonaghanOn the edge: the climatically sensitive dengue vector mosquito Aedes aegypti in the AmericasJulio BacmeisterTropical cyclones in a changing climate simulated by the Community Atmosphere ModelJim SmithAerosol formation and lab studies
1100Britt StephensTropical vs. extratropical terrestrial CO2 uptake and implications for carbon-climate feedbacks Shawn Strande NCAR's Next Generation SupercomputerRebecca Centeno-ElliottSpectroscopy - The Art and Science of Capturing Magnetism
1130Tom GalarneauTrying to stop a leak in an operational global modelDiane ThompsonPhysical barriers to coral larval dispersal: do currents shape biodiversity?Branko KosovicToward multiscale simulations of atmospheric boundary layer flows
1300Helen Worden 15 years of observing pollution from spaceBen SandersonWhen can we expect to see the benefits of climate mitigation?Holger Voemel Exploring the tropical tropopause with stratospheric balloons
1330Rich LoftSea Change: Accelerating NCAR Applications using Many Core TechnologiesHanli Liu Bottoms Up: the Impact of Terrestrial Weather on Space WeatherZhiquan LiuAerosol data assimilation and its application for air-quality and weather forecasts
1400Jorgen Jensen Giant sea-salt aerosol particles and why climate models should care greatly about themMark RaleighSnow processes in coniferous forest canopiesPaty Romero LankaoDo cities have the institutional capacity to address climate change?
1500Sang-Hun ParkAtmospheric Kinetic Energy Spectra from Global Models Using High-vertical ResolutionMinghui DiaoAirborne observations of cirrus cloud microphysical properties in polluted and pristine airMike WiltbergerModeling Space Weather
1530Andy WoodAdvancing streamflow forecast science to support water managementJudith BernerHow random numbers improve weather and climate predictionsRolando GarciaWhole Atmosphere Modeling