[pccgrads] Fwd: REMINDER: NASA JPL Center for Climate Sciences -
Summer School on Satellite Observations & Climate Models 2018
luanne at uw.edu
Tue Mar 6 14:07:40 PST 2018
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From: Srinivasan, Margaret (398P) <margaret.srinivasan at jpl.nasa.gov>
Date: Tue, Mar 6, 2018 at 12:17 PM
Subject: REMINDER: NASA JPL Center for Climate Sciences - Summer School on
Satellite Observations & Climate Models 2018
To: "jpl.climate.center" <Jpl.Climate.Center at jpl.nasa.gov>
Apologies for cross-posting. This is a reminder to share the information
about the NASA-, JPL-, and KISS-sponsored *Summer School on Satellite
Observations and Climate Models* with any *graduate students or Post Docs*
you feel would be a good fit. The application deadline is less than one
month away – 2 April 2018.
Each year, JPL's Center for Climate Sciences (CCS), along with co-sponsors,
the Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) at Caltech and NASA’s Earth
Science Division, brings together the next generation of climate scientists
to engage with premier climate scientists from NASA, universities and other
agencies. Applications are now being accepted through 2 April 2018, from
science and engineering graduate students and postdocs, to fill
approximately 24 slots. The 2018 Summer School will be held 27-31 August
2017 at the KISS facility at Caltech in Pasadena, California.
Information about the school, as well as a link to apply at
student travel, accommodation, and per diem expenses will be paid.
Please feel free to forward this email and distribute this information to
anyone whom you think would be an excellent candidate and would be interested
This annual event focuses on "Using Satellite Observations to Advance
Climate Models". Students will explore how satellite observations can be
used to evaluate and improve climate models, and will hear from a range of
speakers on a variety of key climate science topics.
Program Topics include:
· Global Climate Models
· Satellite Remote Sensing
· Climate Model Diagnostics and Evaluation
Most participants will be graduate students or postdoctoral researchers
that are actively engaged in climate modeling, using satellite observations
of Earth, or researching the physical climate system. However, we will also
consider exceptional applicants from Master's degree programs who are
working in these topical areas.
Thank you for helping us reach some outstanding candidates for our 2018
We look forward to working with your students and enhancing their
educational experience in climate science.
Co-Director, JPL Center for Climate Sciences
Jet Propulsion Laboratory
Walters Professor of Oceanography
Adjunct Professor Physics and Atmospheric Sciences
Office: 206 543 9965
Cell: 206 676 2685
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