2016 Workshop:MLT Poster List

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CEDAR MLT Poster Session – Wednesday, June 22, 2016

(39 of 67 posters in competition, 10 NOT, 18 Non-student, 4 second-third posters or 64 presenters)

COUP Coupling of the Upper Atmosphere with Lower Altitudes (8 of 14 posters in competition)
ITMA Instruments or Techniques for Middle Atmosphere Observations (3 of 7 posters in competition)
LTVM Long Term Variations of the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere (2 of 2 posters in competition)
METR Meteor Science other than wind observations (4 of 6 posters in competition)
MLTG Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Gravity Waves (6 of 10 posters in competition)
MLTL Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Lidar Studies (9 of 13 posters in competition)
MLTS Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere General Studies (3 of 7 posters in competition)
MLTT Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Other Tidal, Planetary Waves, or Sudden Stratosphere Warnings (3 of 5 posters in competition)
SPRT Sprites (2 of 2 posters in competition)
STRA Stratosphere Studies and Below (1 of 2 posters in competition)

Coupling of the Upper Atmosphere with Lower Altitudes (8 of 14 posters in competition)
COUP-01 Cornelius Csar Jude Salinas, Student IN poster competition, National Central University, "Impacts of Global Mean CO2-based Eddy Diffusion Coefficients in the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Region on the Ionosphere/Thermosphere Region"
COUP-02 Loren Chang, Non-student, National Central University, "Observations and modelling of quasi­biennial variations in ionospheric tidal/SPW amplitudes"
COUP-03 Christopher Krier, Undergraduate Student IN poster competition, Clemson University, "Nonmigrating tidal impacts on the [O]/[N2] ratio in GUVI"
COUP-04 Robert Haaser, Non-student, Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), "Exploring the atmospheric and ionospheric response to bolides in the Earth's atmosphere"
COUP-05 Vu Nguyen, Student IN poster competition, University of Colorado-Boulder, "Interannual Variability of Secondary Waves Arising from QTDW-DW1 Interaction"
COUP-06 Joe McInerney, Non-student, HAO/NCAR, "Recent Enhancements of the Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model - eXtended (WACCM-X)"
COUP-07 Rafael Mesquita, Student IN poster competition, Clemson University, "The midnight temperature maximum in the mid-latitude NATION network"
COUP-08 McArthur Jones Jr., Non-student, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, "Contributions of lower atmospheric drivers to the semiannual and annual oscillations in thermospheric global mass density"
COUP-09 Matthew Grawe, Student IN poster competition, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, "Observation of Tsunami-Generated Ionospheric Signatures in Hawaii from the 16 September 2015 Illapel Earthquake"
COUP-10 Cissi Lin, Non-student, University of Texas at Arlington, "A study of the nonlinear response of the upper atmosphere to episodic and stochastic acoustic-gravity wave forcing"
COUP-11 Federico Gasperini, Student IN poster competition, University of Colorado Boulder, "Synthetic thermosphere winds based on CHAMP neutral and plasma density measurements"
COUP-12 Federico Gasperini, Student NOT in poster competition, University of Colorado Boulder, "Solar EUV effects on the vertical propagation of waves from the lower to the middle thermosphere as viewed from TIMED and GOCE"
COUP-13 Jessica Hawkins, Student IN poster competition, The University of Texas at Dallas, "WN4 Variability in the Topside Ionosphere"
COUP-14 Greg Lucas, Student IN poster competition, University of Colorado, "Solar impacts on atmospheric electric fields"

Instruments or Techniques for Middle Atmosphere Observations (3 of 7 posters in competition)
ITMA-01 Marcos Inonan, Student IN poster competition, University of Washington, "Inferring ratio of negative ion to electron concentration by using Arecibo Incoherent Scatter Radar"
ITMA-02 Irfan Azeem, Non-student, ASTRA LLC., "Super Soaker: A Sounding Rocket Mission to Study Transport, Chemistry, and Energetics of Water in the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere and Implications for Polar Mesospheric Cloud Occurrence"
ITMA-03 Jackson McCormick, Student IN poster competition, Georgia Tech, "Ionospheric Monitoring Using Broadband Sferics"
ITMA-04 Jih-Chin Lai, Student IN in poster competition, National Central University, Taiwan, "INSPIRESat-1: Introduction and Feasibility Study for a CubeSat Mission for Middle and Upper Atmosphere Wind and Temperature Observations"
ITMA-05 Jintai Li, Student NOT in poster competition, University of Alaska Fairbanks, "Studies of Turbulence in the Arctic Mesosphere with PFISR"
ITMA-06 Preston Hooser, Undergraduate Student IN poster competition, Utah State University, "Thermospheric Temperature Analysis Methods for the OPAL Mission"
ITMA-07 Jens Lautenbach, Non-student, Arecibo Observatory / SRI International, "Proposing an upgrade of the Arecibo lidar systems to enhance science capabilities"

Long Term Variations of the Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere (2 of 2 posters in competition)
LTVM-01 Bing Cao, Student IN poster competition, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, "Intermittency of Gravity Waves Momentum Flux in Airglow Imager Observations and Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model (WACCM)"
LTVM-02 Gawon Kim, Student IN poster competition, Chungnam National University, South Korea, "An analysis of long-term trends in mesospheric temperatures from OH airglow spectra of Kiruna FTS and Sloan Digital Sky Survey"

Meteor Science other than wind observations (4 of 6 posters in competition)
METR-01 Andrew Nuttall, Student IN poster competition, Stanford Univserity, "Radio-Frequency Emissions from Hypervelocity Meteoroid Impacts"
METR-02 Liane Tarnecki, Undergraduate Student NOT in poster competition, Boston University, "Spectra of Full 3-D PIC Simulations of Turbulent Meteor Trails"
METR-03 Glenn Sugar, Student IN poster competition, Stanford University, "Particle In Cell Simulation of Meteor Head Echo"
METR-04 Freddy Galindo, Student IN poster competition, The Pennsylvania State University, "Effect of Plasma Turbulence on the evolution of Specular Meteor Echoes"
METR-05 Diana Hernandez Juarez Madera, Student NOT in poster competition, Stanford University, "Size Distribution Of Fragmented Grains From The Intensity And Duration Of Meteor Flares"
METR-06 Lorenzo Limonta, Student IN poster competition, Stanford University, "Detection and Characterization of Meteoroid From Optical and Radar Observations"

Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Gravity Waves (6 of 10 posters in competition
MLTG-01 Ahmad Talaei, Student NOT in poster competition, Utah State University, "Investigating Seasonal Mesospheric Gravity Wave Propagation and Variability"
MLTG-02 Pattilyn McLaughlin, Student NOT in poster competition, Utah State University, "DEEPWAVE: Ground-based analysis of Mesospheric Gravity Wave Signatures"
MLTG-03 Jaime Aguilar Guerrero, Student IN poster competition, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, "Synthetic Airglow All-Sky Imager Data for the Interpretation of Gravity Waves Imaged Over Wide Fields of View"
MLTG-04 Thomas Lobay, Student IN poster competition, New Jersey Institute of Technology, "Modeling of mountain-generated gravity waves"
MLTG-05 Dhvanit Mehta, Student IN poster competition, New Jersey Institute of Technology, "Mesospheric Gravity Waves and their Sources at the South Pole"
MLTG-06 Robert Bruntz, Non-student, Johns Hopkins Univ. Applied Physics Laboratory, "Modeling atmospheric gravity waves using the Transfer Function Model (TFM) and the assoicated ionospheric responses"
MLTG-07 Cao Chen, Student IN poster competition, University of Colorado Boulder, "Two-dimensional Morlet wavelet transform and its application to extracting two-dimensional wave packets from lidar observations in Antarctica"
MLTG-08 Tyler Mixa, Student IN poster competition, University of Colorado Boulder, "Gravity Wave Instability Evolution in Variable Stratification and Shear"
MLTG-09 Andrew Kavanagh, Non-student, British Antarctic Survey, "First Observations from the February 2016 World Day on Gravity Waves"
MLTG-10 Yolian Amaro-Rivera, Student NOT in poster competition, Pennsylvania State University, "Comparison of gravity wave"

Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Lidar Studies (9 of 13 posters in competition)
MLTL-01 Jonathan Price, Student IN poster competition, Utah State University, "Obtaining Continuous Observations from the Upper Stratosphere to the Lower Thermosphere Using the ALO-USU Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar"
MLTL-02 Leda Sox, Student IN poster competition, Utah State University, "Simultaneous, collocated Rayleigh and sodium lidar temperature comparison"
MLTL-03 Vincent Wickwar, Non-student, Utah State University, "Seasonal Temperatures from the Upper Mesosphere to the Lower Thermosphere Obtained with the Large, ALO-USU Rayleigh Lidar"
MLTL-04 Shayli Elliott, Undergraduate Student NOT in poster competition, presented by someone from Utah State University, "Reestablishing Observations throughout the Mesosphere with the ALO-USU Rayleigh-Scatter Lidar"
MLTL-05 David Moser, Student IN poster competition, Utah State University, "Searching for Troposphere-Mesosphere Connections Using the USU Rayleigh Lidar"
MLTL-06 Jian Zhao, Student IN poster competition, University of Colorado Boulder, "Characterization of gravity waves in the stratosphere and lower mesosphere at McMurdo, Antarctica"
MLTL-07 Xuguang Cai, presented by Titus Yuan, Non-Student, Utah State University, "Large Gravity Waves Forcing in mesopause region above northern hemisphere mid-latitude during Autumnal equinox: A joint study by a Na lidar and Whole Atmosphere Community Climate Model"
MLTL-08 Luis Navarro, Student In in poster competition, Utah State University, "Latitudinal variations on winds and temperature between ALO and USU Na Lidars"
MLTL-09 CANCELLED SHUAI QIAO, Student IN poster competition, Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS, "Variations in mesospheric densities from Rayleigh lidar observations at Golmud"
MLTL-10 Xian Lu, Non-student, University of Colorado Boulder, "Statistical characterization of high-to-medium frequency gravity waves in vertical winds and temperatures measured by lidar in the MLT"
MLTL-11 Yafang Guo, Student IN poster competition, Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, "Gravity Wave and Turbulence Transport of Heat and Na in the Mesopause Region over the Andes"
MLTL-12 Chao Ban, Student NOT in poster competition, University of Science and Technology of China, "Lidar observation of thermosphere sodium layers at Andes Lidar Observatory (30.25° S, 70.74° W)"
MLTL-13 Anthony Lima, Student IN poster competition, University of Colorado, "Investigation of vertical wavenumber and frequency and spectra of gravity wave motions using vertical wind measurements at Boulder"

Mesosphere or Lower Thermosphere General Studies (3 of 7 posters in competition)
MLTS-01 Jing Li, Student IN poster competition, USTC/NCAR, "Characteristics of ripple structures revealed from long-term OH airglow images"
MLTS-02 Jaroslav Jansky, Non-student, Penn State University, "Effects of conductivity perturbations in time dependent global electric circuit model"
MLTS-03 Jaroslav Jansky, Non-student, Penn State University, "Analysis of the diurnal variation of the global electric circuit using different numerical models"
MLTS-04 Jaroslav Jansky, Non-student, Penn State University, "Earthquake lights: Mechanism of energetic coupling of Earth’s crust to the lower atmosphere"
MLTS-05 Yi Chung Chiu, Student IN poster competition, National Central University, "Development and Validation of an Airglow Photometer for Upper Atmospheric Chemistry"
MLTS-06 Jonathan Friedman, Non-student, SRI International, "Metal layers in the thermosphere at Arecibo"
MLTS-07 Christian Tate, Student IN poster competition, University of Louisville, "Analysis of Mesospheric Inversion Layers from eCMAM30 (1979 - 2010)"

Mesosphere and Lower Thermosphere Other Tidal, Planetary Waves, or Sudden Stratosphere Warnings (3 of 5 posters in competition)
MLTT-01 Ashan Vitharana, Student IN poster competition, University of Louisville, "A comparison of statistical properties of diurnal tides between eCMAM30 and SABER"
MLTT-02 Hongping, Gu, Non-student, University of Louisville, "Physical Mechanisms of Seasonal Variation of DW1 from the Stratosphere to Thermosphere in eCMAM30"
MLTT-03 Ryan Agner, Student IN poster competition, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, "Parameterized Gravity Wave Effects on Major Tidal Modes in eCMAM and WACCM"
MLTT-04 Jeong Han Kim, Non-student, Korea Polar Research Institute, "Vertical structures of temperature change in the mesosphere and lower thermosphere regions during stratospheric sudden warnings"
MLTT-05 Nirmal Nischal, Student IN poster competition, Clemson University, "Nonmigrating tidal impact on the CO2 15 micrometer infrared cooling of the lower thermosphere over one solar cycle"

Sprites (2 of 2 posters in competition)
SPRT-01 Jacob Engle, Undergraduate Student IN poster competition, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, "Numerical and analytical studies of critical radius in spherical and cylindrical geometries for corona discharge"
SPRT-02 Mohammad Salem, Student IN poster competition, Florida Institute of Technology, "The Electrical Impact of Sprite Halos on the Nighttime Lower Ionosphere"

Stratosphere Studies and Below (1 of 2 posters in competition)
STRA-01 Chengyun Yang, Non-student, University of Science and Technology of China, "The northern stratospheric temperature response to MJO in cases SSW occurs or not"
STRA-02 Levi Boggs, Student IN poster competition, Florida Tech, "Thunderstorm Charge Structures Producing Negative Gigantic Jets"