ISALSaRS'19
Hangzhou, China |
June 17-21
, 2019

Oral Sessions June 19~21

                                            Oral Sessions June 19~21

Wednesday,   June 19, 2019, Yin Yue Hall (印月厅)

Oral    Session 5A

Chair:    Xu LIU, NASA Langley Research Center,   USA

08:30-08:50

I-23

Hua   ZHANG,   Chinese Academy of Meteorological   Sciences, China (Invited)

Establishment of High Resolution Aerosol Parameterization and Its Influence on Radiation

Calculations

08:50-09:10

I-24

KuanMan   XU,   NASA Langley Research Center, USA (Invited)

Boundary-layer   Turbulence, Low Cloud and Climate Modeling

09:10:09:25

O-23

Xiaoyan   MA,   Nanjing University of Information Science and Technology, China

Mixing State of Black Carbon and its Impact   on Optical Properties and Radiative Forcing over

East Asia

09:25-09:40

O-24

Guanglang   XU, University   of Helsinki, Finland

A Spherical-wavelet-based Discretization of Plane-parallel Radiative Transfer   Equation for

Scattering   Media

09:40-09:55

O-25

Jihui   DONG,   Hefei   Institutes of Physical Science, CAS, China

Principle of Measuring Slant Optical Range with Lidar

09:55-10:10

S-15

Ying   HAN,   Lanzhou   University, China

Dust-forced Heating over the Tibetan Plateau and Its Surroundings

10:10-10:30

Morning Break

Oral    Session 6A

Chair:    Hua   ZHANG,   Chinese Academy of   Meteorological   Science, China

10:30-10:50

I-25

Jianping   HUANG, Lanzhou University, China (Invited)

Influence of Dynamic and Thermal Forcing on the Meridional Transport of TD Dust in Spring and

Summer

10:50-11:10

I-26

Huizheng   CHE, Chinese Academy of Meteorological Sciences, CMA, China (Invited)

Five-year Observation of Aerosol Optical   Properties and its Radiative Effects to Planetary Boundary

Layer during Air Pollution Episodes in North China: Intercomparsion   of a Plain Site and a   

Mountainous Site in Beijing

11:10-11:30

I-27

Oleg   DUBOVIK, Laboratoire d’Optique Atmosphérique,CNRS-Université Lille, France (Invited)

Unified Modeling and Retrieving of Aerosol Properties from Remote Sensing, the Concept Realization

in Frame of GRASP Algorithm

11:30-11:45

O-26

Patricio   PIEDRA, U.S. Army Research Laboratory, USA

Classification of Aerosol Shape by Convolutional Neural Networks

11:45-12:00

S-16

Haofei   WANG,   Institute of Remote Sensing and Digital Earth, CAS, China

Observational Study of Aerosol-induced Impact on Planetary Boundary Layer Based on Lidar and

Sunphotometer in Beijing

Wednesday,   June 19, 2019, Qiu Yue Hall (秋月厅)

Oral    Session 5B

Chair:    Sungsoo KIM, Kyung Hee University,   South Korea

08:30-08:50

I-28

Jing   LI,   Peking   University, China (Invited)

Diurnal Variability of Aerosol Type and   Vertical Distribution and its Implication for Satellite Aerosol

Remote Sensing

08:50-09:10

O-27

Rui   WANG,   Polar Research Institute of China, China

Progress of Atmospheric Lidar at Zhongshan Station, Antarctica

09:10-09:25

O-28

Yuanhe   TANG,   Xi’an University of Technology, China

Detecting the Upper Atmospheric Wind Field by GBAII

09:25-09:40

O-29

Xiaoyang   ZHANG,   South Dakota State University, USA

Estimating   Biomass Burning Emissions Using Fire Radiative Power and Fire Smoke Aerosols from

Polar-orbiting and Geostationary Satellite Observations

09:40-09:55

O-30

W.   Reed ESPINOSA, NASA   Goddard Space Flight Center, USA

Retrievals of Aerosol Optical Depth Using an AERONET Tuned Implementation of the Dark Target and

GRASP Inversion Frameworks

09:55-10:10

O-31

Duanyang   LIU,   China Meteorological Administration, China

Comprehensive Observation and Analysis of a Dust Weather in East China

10:10-10:30

Morning Break

Oral    Session 6B

Chair:    Shuanggen JIN, Nanjing University of   Information   Science and Technology, China

10:30-10:50

I-29

Sungsoo   KIM,   Kyung Hee University, South Korea (Invited)

Spectral Trends of the Lunar Regolith Particles

10:50-11:05

O-32

Gaopeng   LU,   Institute of Atmospheric Physics, CAS, China

What Makes Thunderstorms in Ocean so Favorable for Producing Intense Negative Strokes?

11:05-11:20

O-33

Tao   WEI,   Beijing Meteorological Observation Center(Beijing Observatory)

Analysis of Temperature and Humidity Detection Results of Microwave Radiometer and L-band

Radiosonde in Beijing

11:20-11:35

O-34

Yuxuan   ZHANG,   Xiamen Meteorological Bureau, China

Behavior of Precipitation during the   Rapidly Intensity event of   "Meranti" Typhoon Viewed by the

GPM

11:35-11:50

O-35

Qiwei   LI,   Xidian University, China

High Spectral Resolution Channeled Interference Imaging Spectropolarimeter Using Birefringent

Prisms

Wednesday,   June 19, 2019, Yin Yue   Hall (印月厅) & Qiu Yue Hall (秋月厅)

Plenary    Session IV

Chair:    Dong LIU, Zhejiang University, China

14:00-14:20

I-30

Guotao   YANG,   National Space Science Center, China (Invited)

The   Development of the Comprehensive Lidar Station in Yanqing and Upper Atmospheric Study

with Lidar   Data

14:20-14:40

I-31

Zhaoai   YAN,   National Space Science Center, China (Invited)

Applications of Doppler Lidars in Measurement of Wind and Temperature at 30-105 km

14:40-15:00

I-32

Feiyue   MAO,   Wuhan University, China (Invited)

Layer   Detection Algorithm for a Space Lidar Based on Automatic Segmentation Method with

Minimum Cost Function

15:00-15:20

I-33

Chao   LIU,   Nanjing University of Information   Science and Technology, China (Invited)

A Multilayer Cloud Detection Algorithm for Satellite Radiometers

15:20-15:30

E-01

Jie   WANG,   WUXI   CAS Photonics CO., Ltd.

A Zero-Dead Zone Dual FOV Lidar for the 3-D Measurement of Atmosphere

15:30-15:40

E-02

Kai   LU,   LICA   United Technology Limited

大气光散射监测新技术——Airphoton颗粒物浊度仪介绍

15:40-15:50

E-03

Qingsong   ZHANG,   ANHUI LANKE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.

Accurate Observations of Aerosol and Ozone Pollutants under Boundary Layer with Combined LIDAR   

Products

15:50-16:10

Afternoon   Break

Award    and Discussion

Chair:    Dong LIU, Zhejiang University, China

16:10-17:30

Award   and Discussion

Thursday, June   20, 2019, Jade Emperor Hotel

08:30-17:30

Discussion and Investigation (Details will   be announced on site)

Friday, June   21, 2019, Jade Emperor Hotel

08:30-17:30

Discussion and Investigation (Details will   be announced on site)