Agenda & Keynote Speaker



Workshop on 'Remote Sensing for Studying the Ocean-Atmosphere Interface'
Bolger Center, Potomac, Maryland, USA
March 13-15, 2018


Tentative Session Agenda

Monday 12th March
  Arrival and registration  
Tuesday 13th March
Morning
Opening Session – overview of workshop and objectives.
SOLAS objectives and what SOLAS offers the scientific community
Lisa Miller
(SOLAS)
Morning
Setting the scene for the workshop
Peter Minnett
(SOLAS)
Morning
New and future relevant satellite missions: NASA
Jack Kaye
(NASA HQ)
Afternoon
New and future relevant satellite missions: ESA
tba (ESA)
Afternoon 
Novel platforms and sensors: micro-satellites, cube-sats, drone sensors
tba
Wednesday 14th March
Morning
Remote sensing of challenging properties and processes: aerosols and radiative feedbacks
Kirk Knobelspiesse
(NASA)
Afternoon
Remote sensing in challenging conditions: in the marginal ice zone, coastal regions, and the surf zone Phil Hwang
(SAMS)
Thursday 15th March
Morning
Air-sea fluxes (including near-surface atmospheric measurements and sub-surface turbulence) Abderrahim Bentamy (Ifremer)
Afternoon
Summary session, overview of presentations, future collaborations, publications Peter Minnett
(SOLAS)

The session agenda is available in PDF format for viewing and printing here.

The detailed meeting agenda will be available soon!

 


Keynote Speakers

Abderrahim Bentamy  
Laboratoire Spatial et Interfaces Air-Mer
Institut français de recherche pour l'exploitation de la mer (IFREMER)
29280 Plouzané
France
tba
ESA
Phil Hwang
Scottish Association for Marine Science
Oban, Argyll, PA37 1QA
United Kingdom
Jack Kaye
Associate Director for Research
Earth Science Division
Science Mission Directorate
NASA Headquarters
Washington, DC 20546
USA
Kirk Knoblespeisse
Dr. Kirk Knoblespeisse
NASA/GSFC
Greenbelt, MD 20771
USA


- last update December 2017 -