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云和气溶胶的国际会议日程

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Tuesday June 17

Opening Ceremony     Chair: Prof. Yan Yin      Meeting Room: Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Met. Building
8:30-8:40
Welcome remarks by Prof. Jinzhong Min Vice President of NUIST
8:40-8:45
Opening Remarks by Prof. Guangyu Shi (NUIST, Member of the Chinese Academy of Sciences, China)
8:45-8:50
Opening Remarks by Prof. Kuo-Nan Liou (UCLA, Member of the National Academy of Engineering, USA)
8:50-9:10
Group photo (The southern side of the Meteorological Building), Tea break
Keynote Lectures    Chair: Prof. Ping Yang    Meeting Room: Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Met. Building
9:10-9:55
Guangyu Shi, NUIST, China
Atmospheric brown clouds over typical regions in China
9:55-10:40
Kuo-Nan Liou, University of California, Los Angeles, USA
BC/dust over mountains/snow, 3D radiative transfer and regional climate change
Section 1 Cloud and Precipitation   Chair: Prof. M. Wendisch    Meeting Room: Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Met. Building
10:40-11:05
Ping Yang, Texas A&M University, USA
Review of the optical properties of atmospheric ice crystals: Theory and applications (Invited)
11:05-11:30
Zev Levin, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Immersion-freezing nuclei measurements in the Eastern Mediterranean (Invited)
11:30-11:55
Andrew Heymsfield, National Center for Atmospheric Research, USA
Cloud conditions favoring secondary ice particles in tropical maritime convection (Invited)
Lunch (Buffet 12:15-1:30)
Section 1 Cloud and Precipitation (Continued)   Chair: Profs. B.J.Sohn & Zhenhui Wang   Meeting Room: Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Met. Building
1:30-1:55
Yan Yin, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
Measurements of ice nuclei in Southeast China (Invited)
1:55-2:20
Hironobu Iwabuchi, Tohoku University, Japan
Cirrus cloud properties inferred from MODIS measurements (Invited)
2:20-2:45
Manfred Wendisch, University of Leipzig, Germany
Potential of passive remote sensing of clouds by aircraft, helicopter-borne, ship- and ground-based observations using solar spectral radiation (Invited)
2:45-3:10
Jiming Sun, Institute of Atmospheric physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
A new explanation for the cumulus cloud formation and necessary improvement for current cumulus cloud parameterizations (invited)
Tea Break
3:20-3:45
B.J. Sohn, Seoul National University, Korea
Warm-type heavy rain under the humid East Asian environment – Satellite observation study (Invited)
3:45-4:10
Orit Altaratz, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel
On the formation and characteristics of small “hesitant” clouds (Invited)
4:10-4:35
Xiaoqing Wu, Iowa State University, US
On parameterization of cloud processes in Global Climate Models (Invited)
 
4:35-4:50
Chunsong Lu, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
Exploring parameterization for entrainment-mixing processes in low-level clouds
4:50-5:05
Long Cao, Zhejiang University, China
The effect of CO2-induced vegetation change on the interaction between cloud and climate
Poster Session (5:05-6:00)
Dinner (Banquet 6:30-8:30)
 
 
 
Wednesday June 18
Section 2 Aerosol and Cloud Chair: Profs. Chunsheng Zhao & Renyi Zhang  Meeting Room: Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Met. Building
8:30-8:55
Renyi Zhang, Texas A&M University, USA
Formation and regional to global impacts of haze pollution in China (Invited)
8:55-9:20
Oleg Dubovik, CNRS – Université Lille 1, France
Generalized retrieval of aerosol and surface properties (GRASP): Algorithm and software (Invited)
9:20-9:45
Jianping Huang, Lanzhou University, China
Ground-based observation and field campaign of dust and cloud over Northwest China (Invited)
9:45-10:10
Huiwen Xue, Peking University, China
Vertical transport of pollutants by cumulus clouds (Invited)
 
10:10-10:35
Hui Xiao, Institute of Atmospheric physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Numerical simulation of aerosol impacts on cloud physics of hailstorm (Invited)
 
Tea Break
10:45-11:10
Zhengqiang Li, Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Remote sensing of aerosol and haze pollution from surface and satellite observations(Invited)
11:10-11:35
Chunsheng Zhao, Peking University, China
Measurements and parameterization of cloud condensation nuclei based on size-resolved aerosol activation properties (Invited)
11:35-12:00
Leiming Zhang, Environment Canada, Canada
Review and development of size-resolved scavenging coefficient algorithms for below-cloud aerosol scavenging by both rain and snow (Invited)
Lunch (Buffet 12:15-1:30)
Section 2 Aerosol and Cloud (Continued)   Chair: Prof. Zhanqing Li   Meeting Room: Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Met. Building
1:30-1:55
Zhanqing Li, University of Maryland, US
Impact of Aerosols on Convective Cloud, Precipitation and Thunderstorms due to Competing Factors (Invited)
1:55-2:10
K. Raghavendra Kumar, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
Aerosol climatology and trend analysis over an urban environment, Beijing in the North China Plain using the AERONET observations
 
2:10-2:25
Jinyuan Xin, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
The review of the Chinese aerosol optical properties network since 2004
 
2:25-2:40
Nianwen Cao, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
Aerosol profiling by Raman lidar in Nanjing, China
2:40-2:55
Na Kang, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
Decadal variability (2003-2013) of MODIS retrieved aerosol–cloud properties over East China: Spatial, temporal and seasonal evolutions
 
Section 3 Radiation and climate   Chair: Profs. Jhoon Kim and Bin Zhu    Meeting Room: Lecture Hall, 1st Floor Met. Building
2:55-3:20
Jhoon Kim, Yonsei University, Korea
Remote sensing of aerosol from space (Invited)
                                                  
3:20-3:45
Bin Zhu, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
Sulfate and black carbon direct effect on the progress of East Asian subtropical monsoon (Invited)
 
Tea Break
3:55-4:20
Andrew Dessler, Texas A&M University, USA
Will clouds save us from climate change? (Invited)
4:20-4:45
Hua Zhang, National Climate Center, China
PM2.5 and tropospheric ozone in China: overview of situation and responses (Invited)
4:45-5:10
Zhenhui Wang, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
An improved algorithm for extracting atmospheric motion vectors in cloud-free region from FY-2E thermal infrared imagery (Invited)
 
5:10-5:25
Hongli Wang, Institute of Earth Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
On the robustness of weakening effect of anthropogenic aerosols on East Asia summer monsoon with multi-models results
5:25-5:40
Feng Zhang, Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China
Doubling-adding method for delta-four-stream spherical harmonic expansion approximation in radiative transfer parameterization
Dinner (Buffet 6:30-8:30)

 

 

 

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