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Please sign up for the Colloquium in Atmospheric and Climate Science 1,2 or 3 (651-4095-01L, 651-4095-02L or 651-4095-03L) through mystudies and confirm your attendance using this form


The Colloquium in Atmospheric and Climate Science is a seminar series of scientific talks by
prominent invited speakers assembling interested students and scientists from around Zürich. The programme for the colloquium is published shortly before the term on our events page and copied below. Students are required to attend and to confirm their attendance to a minimum 8 presentations using this form.

If students are not able to attend 8 colloquium lectures they are most welcome to attend extraordinary seminars, group meetings or seminar series on Atmospheric and Climate Science by partner institutions such as MeteoSwiss or University of Bern instead.

Students in the MSc programmes have to sign up for this course three times, i.e. once for each of the Colloquia in Atmospheric and Climate Science 1, 2 or 3 in one semesters of the MSc programme: 1 credit each, totalling 3 credits. All other students sign up for Colloquium in Atmospheric and Climate Science 1, 651-4095-01L

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12 Events found:

  1. Mon 29. Sep. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Filippo Giorgi : Consistent hydroclimatic response to global warming: Models and observations
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  2. Mon 13. Oct. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Martine Rebetez : Observed impact of temperature increase on the altitude of snowfall in the Swiss Alps
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  3. Mon 20. Oct. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Thomas Jung : Arctic influence on mid-latitude weather and climate
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  4. Mon 27. Oct. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Pier Siebesma : What do we know about low cloud feedbacks?
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  5. Mon 03. Nov. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Andreas Vieli : The role of ocean terminating glaciers and ice sheets in a changing climate
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  6. Mon 10. Nov. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Ryan R. Neely III : Stratospheric Aerosols and Climate Variability: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly
    Kolloquium NeelyETHAbstract.pdf
    Details iCal
  7. Mon 17. Nov. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Daniel Knopf : Heterogeneous Processes of Atmospheric Particles: Ice Nucleation and OH Oxidation Kinetics
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  8. Mon 24. Nov. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Berko Sierau : Ice nucleation and particle chemical composition - insights from aerosol mass spectrometry
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  9. Mon 01. Dec. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Prof. Daniel J. Cziczo : Understanding the dominant sources and mechanisms of cirrus cloud formation through in situ measurements
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  10. Mon 08. Dec. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Albert Klein Tank : Extremes in a changing climate; recent progress of the WCRP/WMO expert team on climate change detection and indices ETCCDI
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  11. Mon 15. Dec. 2014 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Dr. Stephan Pfahl : The relevance of cyclones and moisture supply for midlatitude precipitation extremes
    Kolloquium
    Details iCal
  12. Mon 09. Mar. 2015 16:15 : ETH Zentrum, CAB G 11
    Thomas Koop

    Details iCal


 

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