Meetings and seminars

Lunchtime Seminars – Autumn Term 2017

Lunchtime Seminars take place during term time on Tuesdays from 13:00 to 13:50 in the Sutcliffe Lecture Theatre, Meteorology Building GU01, University of Reading, Earley Gate. The Meteorology and Agriculture Buildings can be located using the "find us" link at the bottom of this page. Seminars are given by students and staff in the Department and cover a broad range of topics related to weather and climate. Everyone is welcome to attend.

For a copy of the schedule please click here


3 Oct Claire Ryder
Coarse and giant mineral dust particles: do they exist and why should we care?
10 Oct Flavia Pinheiro
Synchronisation: how can this help weather forecasts in the future?
17 Oct Anthony Illingworth
Keynote Seminar
WIVERN - A proposed satellite to observe global in-cloud winds and precipitation
24 Oct Eunice Lo
Detection of sulphate aerosol geoengineering
31 Oct Paulo Ceppi
Implications of evolving SST patterns for atmospheric circulation and climate sensitivity
7 Nov Christoph Kent
Towards the improved representation of surface roughness in cities and implications for modelling the vertical profile of wind speed
14 Nov Robin Hogan
Keynote Seminar
Beyond two streams: representing the complex interaction of radiation with clouds, vegetation and urban areas
21 Nov Jan Kamieniecki
Work done by convection in two column models
28 Nov Joshua Wells
Invited PhD student from the Dept of Politics and International Relations
Principles of governance to engage with the moral hazards posed by stratospheric geoengineering
5 Dec Caroline Dunning
Changes in African Wet Seasons

Any questions about the programme? Or would you like to present a Lunchtime Seminar in the future? Contact: Ross Herbert

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