Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences

CIRES' IRP Poster Session and Reception

CIRES' IRP Poster Session and Reception

The reception will feature the research results of the 2016 IRP winners, listed below. Light refreshments and beverages will be served.

The Innovative Research Program (IRP) is an internal CIRES competition designed to stimulate a creative research environment within CIRES and to encourage synergy between disciplines and research colleagues. The program encourages novel, unconventional or fundamental research that might otherwise be difficult to fund. CIRES-wide competitions are conducted each year to foster an innovative research environment where risk taking is allowed and even encouraged.

IRP Recipients:
 
Discerning heat from melt from composition in the deep earth: Exploring a new approach to measuring seismic attenuation
Investigator: Craig Jones
 

Is melt water responsible for new crevasses in Greenland’s interior?
Investigators: Lora Koenig and Michael MacFerrin
 

Heterogeneous Photo-Initiated Chemistry of Alkyl Organics in the Earth’s Atmosphere
Investigator: Veronica Vaida
 

Are there diamonds in the sky? Detection of diamondoid and other large hydrocarbons in the atmosphere
Investigators: Carsten Warneke, Joost de Gouw, Brian Lerner, and Abigail Koss
 

HOVERCAT: A Novel Aerial System to Evaluate Aerosol Chemistry and its Impacts on Arctic Clouds
Investigators: Jessie Creamean and Margaret Tolbert
 
Demonstration of a high-signal soft-ionization quantitative method for online aerosol mass spectrometry
Investigator: Jose-Luiz Jimenez
 
Investigating the Ionospheric Gravity and Pressure Gradient Current Systems with Satellite Magnetic Measurements
Investigator: Henry Patrick Alken

date

Thursday, November 16, 2017
4:30pm

location

CIRES Atrium

Amenities

Refreshments provided

contact

linda.pendergrass@colorado.edu