[pccgrads] Fwd: [iwg-everybody] NOAA-NASA Satellite Meteorology Summer School First Announcement

Luanne Thompson luanne at uw.edu
Wed Jan 30 12:37:09 PST 2019

See info about summer school below on satellite meteorology summer school


Begin forwarded message:

From: Steven Goodman - NOAA Federal <steven.j.goodman at noaa.gov>
Date: January 29, 2019 at 7:38:07 PM GMT-3
To: iwg-everybody at lists.nasa.gov
Subject: [iwg-everybody] NOAA-NASA Satellite Meteorology Summer School
First Announcement

To the Community:

We wish to announce a new Satellite Meteorology Summer School being
offered for the first time July 8-19, 2019. Please forward to
potentially interested faculty, post-docs and graduate students. We
believe this is a good time for such a course with a new global fleet
of operational satellites and exciting research missions coming
on-line. Please see the link for more information.


The NOAA National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information
Service (NESDIS) and the NASA Earth Sciences Division are pleased to
announce a Satellite Meteorology Summer School on the theory and use
of Satellite Data to engage graduate students and individuals with
early postdoctoral appointments in the science of developing and using
satellite data for the atmosphere, land, oceans, and cryosphere. The
program will include internationally recognized experts in radiative
transfer theory, satellite meteorology, numerical weather prediction
at both the global scale and mesoscale, along with opportunities for
students to interact with the lecturers in an informal setting. The
objective of the program is to foster the education of the next
generation of satellite meteorologists and promote the use of
observations from the latest operational and research satellite


Thanking you in advance,

Dan Lindsey/NOAA NESDIS Senior Scientific Adviser for GOES-R
dan.lindsey at noaa.gov

Steve Goodman/GOES-R Program Senior Adviser
steven.goodman at nasa.gov (also steven.j.goodman at noaa.gov)

LuAnne Thompson
Walters Professor of Oceanography
Adjunct Professor Physics and Atmospheric Sciences

Office: 206 543 9965
Cell: 206 676 2685


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