4. Presentations

D. J .Cziczo et al. “Combining Field and Laboratory Studies to Understand the Dominant Sources and Mechanisms of Cirrus Cloud Formation”, Telluride Science Research Center, Telluride, CO, August, 2014 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “Combining Field and Laboratory Studies to Understand the Dominant Sources and Mechanisms of Cirrus Cloud Formation”, American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, July, 2014 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “Combining Field and Laboratory Studies of Aerosol Chemical Composition to Understand Ice Cloud Formation”, Yale University Seminar, April, 2014 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “Engineering Challenges Sampling Cirrus Clouds”, Clarkson University Seminar, April, 2014 (INVITED).

K. Ardon-Dryer et al.”Ground based Measurements of Immersion-Freezing in the Eastern Mediterranean”, University of New Hampshire Department of Chemistry Seminar, April, 2014 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “Combining Field and Laboratory Studies of Aerosol Chemical Composition to Understand Ice Cloud Formation”, University of New Hampshire Department of Chemistry Seminar, March, 2014 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “The Role of Clouds in Climate Change”, American Physical Society Meeting, Denver, CO, March, 2014 (INVITED).

K. Ardon-Dryer et al.”Ground based Measurements of Immersion-Freezing in the Eastern Mediterranean”, University of Frankfurt Seminar, February, 2014 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “Combining Field and Laboratory Studies of Aerosol Chemical Composition to Understand Ice Cloud Formation”, University of Frankfurt Seminar, January, 2014 (INVITED).

Y.-w. Huang et al., Experimental Assessment of Collection Efficiency of Submicron Aerosol Particles by Cloud Droplets, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2013.

M. A. Zawadowicz et al., Investigating hygroscopic behavior and phase separation of organic/inorganic mixed phase aerosol particles with FTIR spectroscopy,AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2013.

S. Berlin et al., Determining the necessary conditions for Martian cloud formation: Ice nucleation in an electrodynamic balance, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2013.

Y.-w. Huang et al., Assessing the Importance of Contact Ice Nucleation, Gordon Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry, July, 2013.

S. Berlin et al., “Preparing an Electrodynamic Balance for Aerosol Nucleation Studies”, MIT Senior Thesis Presentations, May, 2013.

D. J .Cziczo et al. “Clarifying the dominant sources and mechanisms of cirrus cloud formation”, MASS Seminar Series, Cambridge, MA, May, 2013 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “The Atmosphere as an Intersection … With Space”, MIT EAPS IAP Seminar Series, Cambridge, MA, January 2013 (INVITED).

D. J .Cziczo et al. “The Composition of Cirrus Forming Aerosol Particles: Lesson Learned From The MACPEX Field Study”, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2012 (INVITED).

Y-w Huang and D. J. Cziczo “Assessing the Importance of Contact Ice Nucleation”, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, December 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “How Can the Chemical Composition of Atmospheric Particles Affect Cloud Formation”, The University of Washington, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Seattle, WA, November, 2012 (INVITED).

B. Friedman et al. “Composition and Hygroscopicity of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles”, (General Exam) The University of Washington, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, Seattle, WA, November, 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “How Can the Chemical Composition of Atmospheric Particles Affect Cloud Formation?“, The University of Wisconsin Department of Chemistry, Madison, WI, October, 2012.

Huang, Y-w and D. J. Cziczo “Assessing the Importance of Contact Ice Nucleation”, 2012 American Associate of Aerosol Research Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, October 2012.

Huang, Y-w et al. “Assessing the Importance of Contact Ice Nucleation”, 2012 Northeast regional Summer Conference Day, Cambridge, MA, August 2012.

Garimella, S. et al. “Droplet Formation by Mineral Dust Particles”, 2012 Northeast regional Summer Conference Day, Cambridge, MA, August 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “Using laboratory studies to understand in situ studies of ice nucleation”, American Chemical Society Fall Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, August, 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “The Composition of Cirrus Ice Residuals”, Telluride Science Research Center, Telluride, CO, August, 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “Cumulus, Cirrus, Stratus: What clouds reveal about climate change”, Telluride Town Hall, Telluride, CO, August, 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “On the lack of bioaerosols in cirrus clouds”, Bioaerosol Effects on Clouds, Steamboat Springs, CO, August, 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “The Composition of Cirrus Ice Residuals”, International Conference on Clouds and Precipitation, Leipzig, Germany, July, 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “How can the chemical composition of atmospheric particles affect cirrus cloud formation?”, University of Leeds, Leeds, UK, July, 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “How can the chemical composition of atmospheric particles affect cirrus cloud formation?”, Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Karlsruhe, Germany, July, 2012.

Huang, Y-w et al. “Assessing the Importance of Contact Ice Nucleation”, 40th Annual ESRL Global Monitoring Annual Conference, Boulder, CO, May 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “How can the chemical composition of atmospheric particles affect cirrus cloud formation?”, Environmental Science and Engineering & Atmospheric Science Seminar Series, Harvard University , Cambridge, MA, April 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “How can the chemical composition of atmospheric particles affect cirrus cloud formation?”, Department of Chemistry Lecture Series, University of Vermont , Burlington, VT, March 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “How can the chemical composition of atmospheric particles affect cirrus cloud formation?”, School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences Lecture Series, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, February 2012.

D. J. Cziczo et al. “Ice nuclei in mid-latitude cirrus: Effect of aerosol properties on the formation of ice clouds determined by electron microscopy”, MACPEX Science Team Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, January, 2012 (INVITED).

Huang, Y.-w. “OH + CH3COOH: A Complex Story”, Institute of Atomic and Molecular Sciences, Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, January 2011.

 

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