EAS Seminar

Spring 2022

March 9, 2022

Speaker: Jesse Reimink, Penn State University
The Formation of Archean Lithosphere

Fall 2021

September 8, 2021

Speaker: Sarah Hormozi, RF Smith School of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering, Cornell University
Slurries of complex fluids

September 15, 2021

Speaker: Matthew Pritchard, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University
How do we better recruit students to the Earth and Atmospheric Sciences? 

September 22, 2021

Speaker: Ethan Koffel, Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, Syracuse University
Amplified CMIP6 temperature biases over global agricultural land

September 29, 2021

Speaker: Greg Dietl, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University

October 6, 2021

Speaker: Kristin Poinar, Department of Geology, University of Buffalo
Physical models for moulins: conduits to the subglacial world

October 13, 2021

Speaker: Tolulope Olugboji,, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Rochester

November 3, 2021

Speaker: Miki Nakajima, Earth and Environmental Sciences and Physics and Astronomy, University of Rochester

November 10, 2021

Speaker: Mario Herraro

November 17, 2021

Speaker: Jay Thomas, Earth and Environmental Sciences, Syracuse University

Spring 2021

March 3, 2021

Speaker: Isla Simpson, National Center for Atmospheric Research Climate and Global Dynamics
An overview of the representation of the large scale atmospheric circulation and surface temperature variability in CESM2

March 17, 2021

Speaker: Katie Gold, School of Integrative Plant Science Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Section Cornell AgriTech Plant
Plant disease sensing: Studying plant-microbe interactions at scale

March 24, 2021

Speaker: Grace Barcheck, Cornell Earth and Atmospheric Sciences
Insights into earthquake initiation from a glacial stick-slip cycle

March 31, 2021

Speaker: Eric Gayer, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris
Storm-induced precipitation variability control of long-term erosion

April 14, 2021

Speaker: Keith Musselman, Institute of Arctic and Alpine Research, University of Colorado Boulder
Mountains of change: models, measurements, theory and Indigenous perspectives of climate change impacts in headwater basins

April 21, 2021

Speaker: Art DeGaetano, Cornell Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

May 5, 2021

Speaker: Jackie Shuman, Terrestrial Sciences Section, NCAR
Exploring fire-climate-vegetation feedbacks with a modeling framework

May 12, 2021

Speaker: Madison Myers, Montana State University
Storage and Evacuation of a Yellowstone Super-Eruption

May 19, 2021

Speaker: Laura Wallace, Institute for Geophysics, UT Austin
Relationships between slow slip, megathrust locking, seismicity, and structure at the Hikurangi subduction zone, New Zealand

Fall 2020

The EAS seminar series is being held virtually this semester. Seminars are loosely organized around the theme of “Hazards.” You can find details of the speakers and topics by subscribing to the calendar above, or by checking the department events page.

September 16, 2020

Speaker: Katie Keranen, Associate Professor in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University

Faculty Host: Patrick Fulton

September 23, 2020

Speaker: Kristin Morell, Assistant Professor, University of California, Santa Barbara

Faculty Host: Patrick Fulton

September 30, 2020

Speaker: Friederike Otto, Associate Director of ECI and Associate Professor, Climate Research Programme, University of Oxford

Talk Title: Angry weather – Identifying to what extent climate change is taking its toll

Faculty Host: Peter Hitchcock

October 21, 2020

Speaker: Maria Molina, Project Scientist for the CATALYST group and Climate Change Research section at the Climate and Global Dynamics Laboratory

Talk Title: Sensitivity and Classification of Severe Thunderstorms using Convection-Permitting Model Simulations and Deep Learning

Faculty Host: Angeline Pendergrass

October 28, 2020

Speaker: Grace Bato, JPL Postdoctoral Scholar

Talk Title: From source to surface: Volcano geodesy and advances in real-time eruption forecasting

Faculty Host: Matthew Pritchard

November 4, 2020

Speaker: Sara C. Pryor, Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, Cornell University

Talk Title: Characterizing and modeling atmospheric hazards

Faculty Host: Peter Hitchcock

Event Details for Sara C. Pryor's Talk

November 11, 2020

Speaker: Tami Bond, Professor, Mechanical Engineering and Scott Presidential Chair in Energy, Environment and Health, Colorado State University

Talk Title: Who’s Breathing Whom? Air Transport of Small Particles, Like Viruses

Faculty Host: Natalie Mahowald

Event Details for Tami Bond's Talk

December 2, 2020

Speaker: David Bresch, Professor, Department of Environmental Systems Science, ETH Zürich

Talk Title: CLIMADA - the open-source and -access global platform for probabilistic risk modeling and options appraisal

Faculty Host: Flavio Lehner

Event Details for David Bresch's Talk

December 16, 2020

Speaker: Gabriel Gonzalez, Deputy Director, CIGIDEN

Talk Title: Understanding seismic and tsunami hazards in the Chilean subduction zone: lessons and perspectives from the framework of interdisciplinary studies

Faculty Host: Terry Jordan

Event Details for Gabriel Gonzalez's Talk