Frontiers in Atmospheric Chemistry Seminar Series

About the Series

The Frontiers in Atmospheric Chemistry Seminar Series is a high profile virtual seminar series. The series was initiated in the Fall 2020, as a means of bringing the atmospheric chemistry community together while travel was restricted due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Though nothing can replace in-person interactions, we hope that this seminar series provides a broad platform for individuals to share scientific results. Speakers are a mix of junior and senior researchers from North America. Seminars are presented “live” on Zoom webinars on Fridays at 10am Pacific / 1pm Eastern. Presenters are encouraged to present unpublished results; as a result recordings or transcripts of talks will not be made available following the webinar. This series is organized across multiple institutions and anyone in the atmospheric chemistry community is welcome to attend the webinars. Please sign up to the email list if you are interested in receiving announcements. Note that webinar registration is unique for each speaker; emails with registration information are sent on Mondays.

Seminar Schedule

Spring 2023 Schedule

Date Title Speaker Host
Jan 27 Elucidating Non-linear Chemical and Aerosol Interactions in Earth System Models Avelino Arellano (University of Arizona) Allison Steiner
Feb 10 The Alaskan Layered Pollution And Chemical Analysis (ALPACA-2022) study: studying how pollution behaves under cold and dark conditions Bill Simpson (University of Alaska, Fairbanks) Jesse Kroll
Feb 24 Fantastic molecules and how to find them - studies of monoterpene oxidation products and other compounds of atmospheric relevance Marianne Glasius (Aarhus University) Julie Fry
Mar 10 (re-scheduled to Mar 17) Biogenic VOC Chemistry from HOM to Clouds in the Lab and in Models Joel Thornton (University of Washington) Colette Heald
Mar 24 Sulfuric acid-driven new particle formation in the atmosphere Coty Jen (Carnegie Mellon University) Delphine Farmer
Apr 7 Organic signatures of surfactants in seawater and the influence of surfactants on the hygroscopicity of marine aerosol particles Amanda Frossard (University of Georgia) Chris Cappa
Apr 21 Climate-chemistry-pollution feedbacks of “natural” and anthropogenic marine emissions Hannah Horowitz (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) Jen Murphy

Series Hosts


FACSS original music is composed and performed by Chris Cappa and David J. Michalak

Fall 2021: A Walk in the Park

Spring 2021: Winter Sunrise

Winter Sunrise (Electronic Remix)

Fall 2020: Autumn Falls

Autumn Falls (Outro)