CEDAR email: AOGS AS25 Session- Call For Papers

TAI-YIN HUANG tuh4 at psu.edu
Sun Feb 14 19:57:01 MST 2016

Just a friendly reminder that the deadline for abstract submissions for AOGS meeting is Friday, Feb 19. 

From: "TAI-YIN HUANG" <tuh4 at psu.edu> 
To: "Cedar email" <Cedar_email at mailman.ucar.edu> 
Cc: "TAI-YIN HUANG" <tuh4 at psu.edu> 
Sent: Tuesday, December 15, 2015 2:25:19 AM 
Subject: AOGS AS25 Session- Call For Papers 

Dear Colleagues, 

We cordially invite you to present your research at the 13th AOGS annual meeting in the AS25 session: Experimental And Theoretical Investigations On The Electrodynamic Coupling Between Troposphere And Near-earth Environment. The meeting will be held from July 31 – August 5, 2016 in Beijing, China. Abstract submission ends on Feb 19 2016. More info can be found on the meeting’s website www.asiaoceania.org/aogs2016/. Below is the session description. 

Session Description: 

Presentations are invited on the topics related to recent progresses on the observations, techniques, and theoretical modeling to investigate the coupling between troposphere and near-earth space (including stratosphere and ionosphere) via thunderstorms, lightning, gravity waves, Transient Luminous Events (TLEs), Terrestrial Gamma-ray Flash (TGF), Lidar, and etc. These studies investigate the physical and chemical processes in thunderstorms and lightning, and their effects and impacts on the lower, middle and upper atmosphere through atmospheric transport processes, TLE-related perturbations in the middle/upper atmosphere, temperature changes, gas concentration variations, chemical changes, and other coupling processes between the lower atmosphere and the near-earth space environment. 


Dr. Cheng-Liing Kuo (National Central University, Taiwan) 

Dr.Tai-Yin Huang (Penn State Lehigh Valley, United States) 

Dr. Gaopeng Lu (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China) 

Dr. Xianghui Xue (University of Science and Technology of China, China) 

We look forward to seeing you in Beijing! 


Tai-Yin Huang 

Dr. Tai-Yin Huang , 黃泰瑩 
Professor of Physics, Penn State Lehigh Valley 
Program Manager, Integrated Energy Solutions for Entrepreneurs 
President, Andromeda LED Lighting 

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