The CAOS Colloquium series consists of invited lectures by researchers in all sub-disciplines of atmosphere, ocean and climate science. Unless noted otherwise, all colloquia are held on Wednesdays, 3:30 - 4:30 pm in room 1302 of Warren Weaver Hall at 251 Mercer Street, New York. For more information, contact the organizer, Dimitris Giannakis.
Archival data for CAOS Colloquia in previous semesters can be viewed here.
Roderik VAN DE WAL (Utrecht University)
Asymmetry in regional sea level projections
Andrew MAJDA (Courant)
An Applied Math Perspective on Climate Science, Turbulence, and Other Complex Systems (Lagrange Prize Lecture)
Randolph 'Stick' WARE (Radiometrics)
Boundary Layer Thermodynamic Surveillance for High-Impact Local Weather Forecasting
Jorn CALLIES (MIT)
The Role of mixed layer instabilities in submesoscale turbulence
Alan ROBOCK (Rutgers University)
Nuclear Famine: The Threat to Humanity From Nuclear Weapons
Friday, October 9, 11:15am-12:15pm
Laure RESPLANDY (Scripps)
Atmospheric constraints on ocean physics and biogeochemistry
Douglas MCMARTIN (Caltech)
Solar Geoengineering - what do (and don't) we know?
Yakov AFANASYEV (Memorial University of Newfoundland)
Turbulence, jets, and beta-plumes studies with laboratory altimetry
Aurelien PONTE (IFREMER)
Low mode internal tide observation and propagation in a turbulent ocean
Leo MAAS (Stony Brook)
Analytical model for internal wave generation using the characteristic method
Modeling the effects of Continental U.S. convection on the dynamics of the troposphere and stratosphere