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Preliminary Programme
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Day 1, Monday 8 May 2006
09.00-10.00 Registration/Poster Mounting/Coffee
10.00-10.20 Welcome/Workshop Objectives and Organization
Missions Overview/Instrument and Product StatusChair: Y.-L. Desnos
10:20-10:40The Envisat MissionHenri Laur (Envisat Mission Manager-ESA)
10:40-11:00The ENVISAT Atmospheric Chemistry Mission: status and performanceThorsten Fehr (ESA)
11:00-11:20The ERS Mission/GOME Product Quality StatusWolfgang Lengert (ERS Mission Manager-ESA)
11:20-11:40ESA Third Party MissionsBianca Hoersch (Third Party Mission Manager, ESA)
11:40-12:00The Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE): Mission Overview Peter Bernath (University of Waterloo )
12:00-12:20Recent Validation Results for the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE)Kaley A. Walker (University of Waterloo)
12:20-12:40The AURA MissionErnest Hilsenrath (University of Maryland)
12:40-13:00Overview of First Year's Results of the Ozone Monitoring InstrumentPieternel Levelt (KNMI)
13:00-13:20More Than One Year of Data from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument - ValidationMark Kroon (KNMI)
13:20-13:40SCIAMACHY Four Years in Orbit: Instrument Operations and In-flight Performance StatusManfred Gottwald (DLR)
13.40-14.40 Lunch Break  
Data QualityChair: E. Kyrola and P. Bernath
14:40-15:00SAUNA - Sodankylä Total Ozone Intercomparison and Validation CampaignB.R. Bojkov (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
15:00-15:20A Validation of Solar Backscatter Radiances using Antarctic IceGlen Jaross (Science Systems and Applications, Inc.)
15:20-15:40Evaluation of ozonesondes, HALOE, SAGE II, SAGE III, ODIN-OSIRIS and SMR, and ENVISAT-GOMOS, -SCIAMACHY and MIPAS Ozone profiles in the tropics from SAOZ long duration balloon measurementsJean-Pierre Pommereau (CNRS)
15:40-16:00Evaluation of GOMOS limb scattering measurementsGhassan Taha (Science Systems and Applications, Inc.)
16.00-16.30 Coffee Break  
Data QualityChair: E. Kyrola and P. Bernath
16:30-16:5010-Years Operational GOME/ERS-2 Total Column Products: The GDP 4.0 ValidationDimitris Balis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
16:50-17:10Long-term validation of GOMOS, MIPAS and Sciamachy ozone and temperature profiles by the Envisat Quality Assessment with Lidar (EQUAL) projectYasjka Meijer (RIVM)
17:10-17:30Co-ordinated validation activity and quality assessment of MIPAS-ENVISAT Ozone dataUgo Cortesi (IFAC-CNR)
17:30-17:50EnviSat / SCIAMACHY validation with the LPMA / DOAS balloon gondola: Comparison of a) O3, NO2 and BrO profiles, b) the solar irradiance spectrum and c) limb radiances.Marcel Dorf (University of Heidelberg)
17:50-18:10Cross-validation of recent satellite and ground-based measurements of ozone and water vapor in the middle atmosphereKlemens Hocke (University Bern)
18.10-18.30 Discussion on existing Instruments and Data Processing/Quality
18.30-20.00 Icebreaker at ESRIN  
Day 2, Tuesday 9 May 2006
Retrieval AlgorithmsChair: R. Munro and G. Kirchengast
08:30-09:0010-Years Operational GOME/ERS-2 Total Column Products: The GDP 4.0 AlgorithmDiego Loyola (DLR)
09:00-09:20High-resolution density and temperature profiling in the stratosphere using bi-chromatic scintillation measurements by GOMOSFrancis Dalaudier (Service d'Aéronomie)
09:20-09:40MIPAS new measurement scenario: enhanced vertical resolution and regularizationSimone Ceccherini (IFAC - CNR)
09:40-10:00Direct-fitting: a new approach for trace gases retrieval in the UV-visible spectral rangeMichel Van Roozendael (BIRA-IASB)
10:00-10:20Retrieval of BrO vertical distributions from SCIAMACHY limb measurements: Data quality assessment and algorithm improvementsAlexei Rozanov (University of Bremen)
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break  
Trace Gases in the StratosphereChair: R. Munro and G. Kirchengast
11:00-11:30SCIAMACHY, an update and highlights of the scientific results 2002-2006John Burrows (University of Bremen)
11:30-11:50Retrieval of Stratospheric Trace Gases from SCIAMACHY Limb MeasurementsJānis Puķīte (University of Heidelberg)
11:50-12:10Odin/SMR Limb Observations of Stratospheric Trace Gases during 2001-2005Joachim Urban (Chalmers University of Technology)
12:10-12:30New NNORSY-GOME-1 Global Ozone Profile Data SetAnton Kaifel (Center for Solar Energy & Hydrogen Research (ZSW))
12:30-13:00GOMOS/ENVISAT overviewErkki Kyrölä (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
13:00-13:20Dynamical origin of strong NO2 enhancement in the polar stratosphere and mesosphere observed by GOMOS ion ENVISATAlain Hauchecorne (CNRS)
13:20-13:40Non-operational products from the GOMOS instrument : mesospheric sodium, OClO and polar stratospheric clouds.Didier Fussen (BIRA-IASB)
13.40-14.50 Lunch Break  
Trace Gases in the StratosphereChair: B. Carli and J.-M. Flaud
14:50-15:20MIPAS: Scientific ResultsHerbert Fischer (Universität Karlsruhe)
15:20-15:40MIPAS observations of CFC trendsAlastair Burgess (University of Oxford)
15:40-16:00A Compendium of the Non-LTE Atmospheric Emissions Measured by MIPASManuel Lopez-Puertas (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, CSIC)
16.00-16.30 Coffee Break  
Trace Gases in the StratosphereChair: B. Carli and J.-M. Flaud
16:30-16:50Infrared Remote Sensing of Organic Compounds in the Upper TroposphereJohn Remedios (University of Leicester)
16:50-17:10Retrieval of tropospheric Carbon Monoxide from MIPAS measurementsClaudio Belotti (IFAC CNR)
17:10-17:30Spatial and temporal distributions of water vapour in the UTLS as observed with MIPAS/EnvisatMathias Milz (Universität Karlsruhe/Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe)
17:30-17:50Upper Tropospheric Measurements of Biomass Burning Emissions with the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment (ACE) Fourier Transform SpectrometerCurtis Rinsland (NASA Langley Research Center)
17:50-18:10Envisat MIPAS measurements of CFC-11 and CFC-12: an add-on to ESA operational dataLars Hoffmann (Forschungszentrum Juelich)
18.10-18.35 Discussion on Trace Gases in the Stratosphere  
Day 3, Wednesday 10 May 2006
Trace Gases in the Troposphere/Air QualityChair: J. Burrows and H. Fischer
08:30-09:00Synergistic use of different atmospheric instruments: What about the spectral parameters?Jean-Marie Flaud (LISA-CNRS-Uni.Paris 12 and Uni.Paris 7)
09:00-09:20Atmospheric processes in the upper troposphere and lowermost stratosphere as seen by MIPASGabriele P. Stiller (Forschungszentrum / University Karlsruhe)
09:20-09:40Ten Years of SO2 measurements from GOME and SCIAMACHYAndreas Richter (University of Bremen)
09:40-10:00Trends and seasonal variability in tropospheric NO2Ronald van der A (KNMI)
10:00-10:20Measurements of Tropospheric BrO, HCHO, and Glyoxal from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument on EOS AuraThomas P. Kurosu (Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics)
10.20-10.50 Coffee Break  
10:50-11:10Satellite Chartography of Atmospheric Methane and carbon monoxide from SCIAMACHY onboard ENVISATChristian Frankenberg (IUP Heidelberg)
11:10-11:30Quantitative analysis of SCIAMACHY CO variability and its implication for chemistry transport modelsAnnemieke Gloudemans (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research)
11:30-11:50Measuring atmospheric CO2 from space using Full Spectral Initiation (FSI) WFM-DOASPaul  Monks (University of Leicester)
11:50-12:10Remote sensing of Asian pollution from space: tracking the long range transport from China using ACE measurements. Solène Turquety (Service d'Aéronomie, IPSL)
12:10-12:30Estimation of NO2 amounts emitted from the Portuguese wildfires in 2005: A synergistic use of observations by imaging and atmospheric instruments and chemistry-transport modelsJulian Meyer-Arnek (DLR - German Aerospace Center)
12:30-12:50Tropospheric Observations with the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI)Pepijn Veefkind (KNMI)
12:50-13:10New Developments in the Retrieval of Tropospheric Ozone from GOME, SCIAMACHY and SEVIRIRichard Siddans (Rutherford Appleton Laboratory)
13.10-13.45 Discussion on Trace Gases in the Troposphere/Air Quality  
13.45-14.45 Lunch  
14.45-18:00Poster Session (covering all themes)
Posters: Instrument Performance/Data Quality/Intercomparison 
Validation of ozone profiles retrieved from SCIAMACHY lunar occultation measurementsLeonard K. Amekudzi (University of Bremen)
Validation of OMI total ozone using ground-based Brewer observationsDimitris Balis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
Global comparisons of total O3 columns from SCIAMACHY retrieved with Weighting Function DOAS (WFDOAS) Algorithm to OMI, GOME WFDOAS and ground-based measurementsAstrid Bracher (University of Bremen)
The evaluation of SCIAMACHY CO and CH4 scientific data products, using ground-based FTIR measurementsBart Dils (Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy)
The DCFI-ISAC MIPAS database: 2-D routine analysis of MIPAS observationsBianca Maria Dinelli (ISAC - CNR)
Laser methods for the accurate calibration of satellite-derived aerosol and water vaporLuca Fiorani (ENEA)
Validation of UV and Ozone EO based data used in PROMOTE/MEDSUN service, by means of on-ground measurementsFabrizio Flore (Flyby srl)
Ten years of NO2 comparisons between ground-based SAOZ and satellite instruments (Gome, Sciamachy, OMI)Florence Goutail (CNRS)
BrO Profiling from Ground-based DOAS Observations: New Tool for the ENVISAT/SCIAMACHY Validation Francois Hendrick (Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (IASB-BIRA))
Validation of the ENVISAT synergetic aerosol retrievalThomas Holzer-Popp (DLR)
Comparisons of MIPAS V4.61 and Odin SMR V1.2 ozone dataAshley Jones (Chalmers Tekniska Högskola)
Results from the Canadian Arctic Validation of ACE Campaigns from 2004 to 2006Tobias Kerzenmacher (University of Toronto)
MIPAS Pointing assessmentMichael Kiefer (IMK Karlsruhe)
A comparison of CMAX-DOAS measurements and satellite retrievals of NO2 in an urban environment. Louisa Kramer (EOS)
GOME: scan-mirror degradation correctionJ.M. Krijger (SRON)
Comparison of the Ozone Vertical Profiles from the Dobson Umkehr Measurements and the ECC Soundings in Poland with the EOS-MLS (on the Aura Spacecraft) Overpasses, 2004-2005.Janusz Krzyścin (Institute of Geophysics,Polish Academy of Sciences)
Intercomparison of Global Total Ozone Measurements Retrieved from ENVISAT/SCIAMACHY Using Different State-of-the-art Algorithms Christophe Lerot (Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (BIRA-IASB))
Validation of the chemistry-transport model MOCAGE using satellite observationsMaud Martet (CNRM Météo France)
SCIAMACHY Light Path Monitoring ResultsStefan Noël (IFE/IUP, University of Bremen)
Overview of SCIAMACHY level 2 data qualityAnkie Piters (KNMI)
Validation of OMI Ground UV-ProductsErich Putz (University of Graz)
Multi-technique comparison of MIPAS O3 measurements with correlative data obtained by FIR-FTS measurements during the ENVISAT stratospheric aircraft and balloon campaigns (ESABC)Gianluca Redaelli (University of L'Aquila)
Geophysical validation of temperature retrieved by the ESA Level 2 processor from MIPAS/ENVISAT measurementsMarco Ridolfi (Università di Bologna)
Two years of SCIAMACHY measurements: intercomparison of methane total columns from the 1.65 and 2.3-micrometer windows Hans Schrijver (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research)
Inter-comparison on the influence of different cloud parameter algorithms for the derivation of O3 and NO2 vertical column densities from SCIAMACHY nadir back-scattered observationsThomas Schroeder (German Aerospace Center)
MIPAS Data Quality - Lessons LearnedGottfried Schwarz (DLR)
Validation of 'cloud-free' tropical UTLS MIPAS ozone and water vapour.Harjinder Sembhi (University of Leicester)
Long Term Monitoring of GOME/ERS-2 Calibration ParametersSander Slijkhuis (German Aerospace Centre)
A new Tool for SCIAMACHY level 1b to 1c processingSander Slijkhuis (German Aerospace Centre)
Improvements of GDP Level 0-1 Processing software in the framework of CHEOPS-GOMESander Slijkhuis (German Aerospace Centre)
Preliminary validation results of the OMI O2-O2 cloud productMaarten Sneep (KNMI)
Validation of the GOMOS high-resolution temperature product (HRTP) using lidarKerstin Stebel (Norwegian Institute for Air Research)
Validation of IMK Ozone Profiles from MIPAS-EnvisatTilman Steck (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe)
Comparison of three simplified algorithms for atmospheric corrections of MERIS data over landJuergen Telaar (University of Stuttgart)
SCIAMACHY radiometric calibrationLieuwe Tilstra (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI))
OMI in-flight wavelength calibration and the solar reference spectrumRobert Voors (KNMI)
Posters: Retrieval Algorithms 
Retrieving the Velocities of Motion of Air Masses from Digital Images of CloudsDimitar Bakalov (Institute for Nuclear Research and Nuclear Energy)
Evidence for Solar Signals in the Mesopause Temperature Variability above a Midlatitude Station in EuropeMichael Bittner (DLR)
Regridding of remote sensing retrievals: formalism and application to GOME vs Microwave ozone profile comparisonYasmine Calisesi (International Space Science Institute)
A proposed algorithm for line-of-sight wind retrieval from MIPAS level 1 spectraClaude Camy-Peyret (LPMA)
The Retrieval Algorithm of the SCIAMACHY Limb Processor Version 3.0 Adrian Doicu (German Aerospace Center)
Uncertain Model Parameters for SCIAMACHY Limb RetrievalAdrian Doicu (German Aerospace Center)
Odin-SMR observations of the tropical upper tropospherePatrick Eriksson (Chalmers University of Technology)
Temperature Measurements in the Mesopause Region (~87 km) on board of RV Polarstern from 54°N to 34°S (ANT XXIII/1)Kathrin Hoeppner (German Aerospace Center (DLR-DFD))
ACE retrievals using Atmosphit, a user friendly fitting software based on the optimal estimation method.Daniel Hurtmans (Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
On The Selection Of Input Measurements For Neural Network Based Retrieval AlgorithmsMichele Federico Iapaolo (Tor Vergata University)
New Global Static and Dynamic Ozone Profile Climatology - Validation, Comparison - Jasmine Kaptur (Center for Solar Energy & Hydrogen Research (ZSW))
Tropospheric and stratospheric BrO and NO2 columns derived by use of satellite observations and 3D CTM FinROSEPiia Post (Univesity of Tartu)
MIPAS Reference AtmospheresJohn Remedios (University of Leicester)
Bending Angle and Temperature Profiles from GOMOS in Comparison to Champ and Ecmwf Analysis Data Christian Retscher (ESA/ESRIN)
Retrieval of ozone concentration profiles from SCIAMACHY limb scatter measurements in the Hartley bands: Technique and applications Guenter Rohen (University of Bremen)
Recent Advances in SCIAMACHY Near Infrared Nadir Level 2 Algorithm DevelopmentFranz Schreier (DLR German Aerospace Center)
Parameterization of internal gravity waves and turbulence in the stratosphere using scintillation measurements by GOMOS on EnvisatViktoria Sofieva (Finnish Meteorological Istitute)
Self-consistency analysis of MIPAS data using the trajectory hunting technique (THT)Antonella Taddei (University of L'Aquila)
Providing convenient data services to the Atmospheric Science communityRichard van Hees (SRON)
The Major Revision of the SCIAMACHY Operational L1b-2 Off-line Data Processor Albrecht von Bargen (German Aerospace Center)
Characterization of vegetation type using DOAS satellite retrievalsThomas Wagner (Uni-Heidelberg)
Nonlinear Resonant Wave-Wave Interaction (Triad): Case Studies Based on Rocket and Satellite DataSabine Wuest (German Aerospace Center (DLR-DFD))
Nighttime NOx from SCIAMACHY lunar occultation measurementsLeonard K. Amekudzi (University of Bremen)
SCIAMACHY solar occultation: Ozone and NO2 profiles 2003-2005Klaus Bramstedt (University Bremen)
DOAS Retrieval of Glyoxal from spaceSteffen Beirle (Universität Heidelberg)
Carbon monoxide, methane and carbon dioxide retrieved from SCIAMACHY near-infrared nadir observations using WFM-DOASMichael Buchwitz (University of Bremen FB1)
A simplified forward model of limb infrared emission spectra in a two-dimensional atmosphereCoralie De Clercq (Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy (IASB-BIRA))
Retrieval of Formaldehyde Columns from GOME as Part of the GSE Promote and Comparison with 3d-CTM CalculationsIsabelle De Smedt (BIRA-IASB)
Carbon Monoxide Measurements from MIPAS on EnvisatBernd Funke (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, CSIC)
Downward Transport of Upper Atmospheric NOx in the Polar Winters During 2002 and 2003Bernd Funke (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, CSIC)
Retrieval of peroxyacetylnitrate (PAN) in the upper troposphere from MIPAS level-1B spectraNorbert Glatthor (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe)
NO2 Total and Tropospheric Vertical Column Densities from OMI on EOS AuraJames Gleason (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
Determining Tropospheric Composition from Satellite MeasurementsLara Gunn (University of Leeds)
Spatial analysis of Anthropogenic SO2 emissions monitored by GOME on board ERS-2Muhammad fahim Khokhar (IUP)
Effect of Forest Fires on the air quality in Seoul from MOPITT measurementsJhoon Kim (Yonsei University)
SCIAMACHY Limb Measurements of NO2, BrO and OClO Sven Kuehl (Heidelberg University)
Composition Changes Caused by the 2003 Solar Storm: MIPAS Measurements and Model Simulations Manuel Lopez-Puertas (Instituto de Astrofisica de Andalucia, CSIC)
Teleconnections between El Niño event and Tropospheric Trace Gases over IndonesiaDiego Loyola (DLR)
Isoprene and Biomass Burning Emissions from Satellite Observations: Synergistic Use of HCHO and NO2 Trace Gas Measurements Thierry Marbach (Environmental Physics Heidelberg)
GOME and SCIAMACHY Global Water Vapour ColumnsStefan Noël (IFE/IUP, University of Bremen)
Transport studies in the stratosphere using MIPAS observations Yvan Orsolini (NILU)
Monitoring of sulphur dioxide emissions from satellite as part of GSE PROMOTEJos van Geffen (BIRA-IASB)
Tropospheric NO2 Column and Aerosol Optical Properties from SCIAMACHY in the Northern Italy Andrea Petritoli (CNR)
Carbon tetrafluoride (CF4) from MIPAS measurements Chiara Piccolo (University of Oxford)
Vector spherical radiative transfer model MCC++: linearization with respect to BRDF surface propertiesOleg Postylyakov (A.M. Obukhov Institute of Atmospheric Physics)
Ozone loss in the Arctic stratosphere over Kiruna, Sweden, during winter/spring 2005/06Uwe Raffalski (Swedish Institute of Space Physics)
Observations of Energetic Particle Effects on the StratosphereAnnika Seppälä (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
Measurement of mesospheric constituents from SCIAMACHY limb measurementsMiriam Sinnhuber (University of Bremen)
Towards a climatology of stratospheric bromine monoxide from SCIAMACHY limb observationsBjoern-Martin Sinnhuber (University of Bremen)
Tomographic Retrieval of MIPAS Measurements in the UTLS RegionTilman Steck (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe)
Enhanced upper stratospheric HNO3 during Antarctic winter 2003 and Arctic winter 2003/2004Gabriele P. Stiller (Forschungszentrum / University Karlsruhe)
Global distributions of HO2NO2 as observed by MIPASGabriele P. Stiller (Forschungszentrum / University Karlsruhe)
Mean age of stratospheric air as derived from MIPAS SF6 distributionsGabriele P. Stiller (Forschungszentrum / University Karlsruhe)
Retrieval of BrO Columns from SCIAMACHY and their Validation Using Ground-based DOAS Measurements Nicolas Theys (BIRA-IASB)
Monitoring volcanic activity from space: Retrieval of sulphur dioxide plumes from ERS-2/GOME backscatter dataWerner Thomas (Deutscher Wetterdienst (DWD))
Simulation and retrieval of atmospheric spectra using ASIMUTAnn C Vandaele (Belgian Inst for Space Aeronomy)
MIPAS HOCl measurementsThomas von Clarmann (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe / Universitaet Karlsruhe)
Southern hemispheric biomass burning as seen by MIPASThomas von Clarmann (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe / Universitaet Karlsru)
Monitoring of the Stratosphere with SCIAMACHY Measurements of Limb-Scattered Solar RadiationChristian von Savigny (University of Bremen)
Measurement of NOx gases using MIPAS-ENVISATJoanne Walker (University of Oxford)
Impact of effective cloud fraction on tropospheric NO2 retrievalPing Wang (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) )
Satellite Observations of Trace Gas Enhancements in January 2005Claire Waymark (University of Oxford)
Weighting function DOAS total ozone from GOME and SCIAMACHY during the last decadeMark Weber (University of Bremen FB1)
Distributions of nitric acid in the troposphere and the stratosphere Catherine Wespes (Universite Libre de Bruxelles)
The retrieval of oxygenated volatile organic compounds by remote sensing techniquesFolkard Wittrock (University of Bremen)
Posters: Aerosols/Clouds/UV 
Optical Thickness of Winter Clouds from Ground-based Visible ImagesKalinka Bakalova (Solar-Terrestrial Influences Laboratory, BAS)
GOME-MERIS cloud products inter-comparison on global scaleStefano Casadio (SERCO)
Satellite on-board temperatures: proxy measurements of Earth's climate change?Stefano Casadio (SERCO)
Spectral analyses of desert dust and biomass burning aerosol scenesMartin de Graaf (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI))
Systematic conversion of satellite AOD into near-surface mass concentrationsThomas Holzer-Popp (DLR)
Cloud Parameter Retrieval from MIPAS Level 1B DataJane Hurley (University of Oxford)
Ecological study of the aerosol optical characteristics and ozone concentration using lidar, radiometer and ozonemeterIlko Iliev (Bulgarian Academy of Sciences)
Antarctic clouds from below and aboveAmelie Kirchgaessner (British Antarctic Survey)
The SCIAMACHY cloud products derived using the semi-analytical cloud retrieval algorithmAlexander Kokhanovsky (University of Bremen)
Aerosol characterization over Northern Greece; aerosol loading derived from satellite observations and ground-based measurementsMariLiza Koukouli (Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics)
A cloud climatology based on GOMEDiego Loyola (DLR)
Aerosol Optical Depth Retrieval over Land using Meteosat-8 SEVIRI DataChristoph Popp (University of Berne)
Improvement of the FRESCO cloud algorithm for GOME and SCIAMACHYPing Wang (Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI))
Posters: Data Assimilation 
Multi-year stratospheric and tropospheric ozone record by assimilating ERS2-GOME observationsThilo Erbertseder (DLR)
Towards Operational Data Assimilation of Satellite-based Aerosol Optical Depth and Type Observations in a Chemical Transport Model Marion Schroedter-Homscheidt (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt (DLR))
Four dimensional variational assimilation of MIPAS stratospheric trace gas observations into the SACADA global chemistry circulation modelJörg Schwinger (University of Cologne)
Posters: Applications 
SCIAMACHY 4 years in space: Achievements, Data Usage and Outlook for the next 4 yearsHeinrich Bovensmann (University of Bremen, FB 1)
Application Research and Development for Atmospheric Chemistry ProductsLawrence Flynn (USDOC)
DUE GlobAEROSOL: Building components for air pollution and health monitoring servicesCelestino Gomez Cid (GMV, SA)
The NorSEN network: Use of ENVISAT derived and ground-based aerosol informationGeorg Hansen (Norwegian Institute for Air Research)
Radiometer-based Estimation of the Atmospheric Optical Thickness Vassilia Karathanassi (National Technical University of Athens)
IGACO-O3: The First Step in Implementing IGACOAnssi Mälkki (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
Satellite Application Facility on Ozone and Atmospheric Chemistry MonitoringTarja Riihisaari (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
Using GRID services for Sciamachy data sharing and processing in NL-SCIA-DCWim Som de Cerff (KNMI)
Modeling CO2 sinks and sources of European land vegetation using remote sensing dataKlaus Wisskirchen (DLR)
Day 4, Thursday 11 May 2006
Aerosols/Clouds/UVChair: K. Chance and J. Staehelin
08:30-08:50GlobAEROSOL from Earth Observation - aerosol maps from (A)ATSR and SEVIRI. Elisa Carboni (University of Oxford)
08:50-09:10SCIAMACHY TOA reflectance correction effects on Aerosol Optical Depth retrievalWalter Di Nicolantonio (Carlo Gavazzi Space c/o ISAC-CNR)
09:10-09:30Aerosol Products from the Aura-OMI SensorOmar Torres (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
09:30-09:50Variability and trends in global cloud parameters from Oxygen A-band measurements by GOME and SCIAMACHYPiet Stammes (KNMI)
09:50-10:10MIPAS discovers Antarctic nitric acid trihydrate (NAT) polar stratospheric cloud (PSC) belt Michael Hoepfner (Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe)
10:10-10:30Cloud retrieval from SCIAMACHY using broad band spectrometers and absorptions of O2 and O4 Michael Grzegorski (University of Heidelberg)
10.30-11.00 Coffee Break  
11:00-11:30Three years of ENVISAT synergetic aerosol retrievalThomas Holzer-Popp (DLR)
11:30-11:50Stratospheric aerosols and PSCs as observed by GOMOS on Envisat: results for the period 2002-2005. Filip Vanhellemont (Belgian Institute for Space Aeronomy)
11:50-12:10Retrieval of Cloud Fraction and Pressure from the Ozone Monitoring Instrument (OMI)Pepijn Veefkind (KNMI)
12:10-12:30Retrieval of cloud fraction, optical thickness and top-height from GOME and SCIAMACHYBastiaan van Diedenhoven (SRON Netherlands Institute for Space Research)
12:30-12:50Probing internal cloud properties from space Thomas Wagner (Uni-Heidelberg)
12:50-13:10Surface UV irradiance from OMI on EOS-AuraAapo Tanskanen (Finnish Meteorological Institute)
13:10-13:30Solar variability measured by GOME and SCIAMACHY in the UV/visible/NIR spectral range (1995-present)Mark Weber (University of Bremen FB1)
13.30-13.45 Discussion on Aerosol/Clouds/UV  
13.45-14.40 Lunch Break  
Data AssimilationChair: B. Kerridge and H. Kelder
14:40-15:10The ASSET intercomparison projectWilliam Lahoz (DARC)
15:10-15:30Ozone data assimilation of GOME, SCIAMACHY and OMI measurementsHenk Eskes (KNMI)
15:30-15:50Simultaneous assimilation of ENVISAT/MIPAS and ODIN/SMR ozone profile into a chemistry transport model Sebastien Massart (CERFACS)
15:50-16:10Variational assimilation of combined satellite retrieved and in situ aerosol data in an advanced chemistry transport modelLars Peter Nieradzik (RIU - University of Cologne)
16.10-16.30 Coffee Break  
ApplicationsChair: B. Kerridge and H. Kelder
16:30-16:50Towards a robust estimate of the global lightning nitrogen oxides source using in situ and remote sensing data and model resultsUlrich Schumann (DLR)
16:50-17:10Regional air quality forecasting over Greece within PROMOTEDimitrios Melas (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
17:10-17:30Gaseous and Particle Emissions of International Shipping as seen by SatellitesHeinrich Bovensmann (University of Bremen, FB 1)
17:30-17:50Atmospheric applications on GRID with a focus on GOMOS and MIPASChristian Retscher (ESA/ESRIN)
17:50-18:10Use of atmospheric remote sensing for solar energy purposes: Experiences made in the ENVISOLAR projectMarion Schroedter-Homscheidt (Deutsches Zentrum für Luft-und Raumfahrt (DLR))
18.10-18.30 Discussion on Data Assimilation/Applications
Day 5, Friday 12 May 2006
Future MissionsChair: P. Levelt and M. Bittner
8:30-8:50Possible Future Atmospheric Earth Explorer MissionsJoerg Langen (ESA-ESTEC)
8:50-9:10Definition of Future Operational Atmospheric Composition Monitoring Satellite Missions: Final Results of the CAPACITY studyHennie Kelder (KNMI)
9:10-9:30GOME-2 on MetOp Rosemary Munro (EUMETSAT)
9:30-9:50IASI instrument performances just before the launch of MetOpClaude Camy-Peyret (CNRS and UPMC)
9:50-10:10Future NASA Atmospheric MissionsJames Gleason (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
10.10-10.30 Discussion on Future Missions  
10.30-11.00 Coffee  
Closing SessionChair: Y.-L. Desnos
11.00-11.20 Report on existing Instruments and Data Processing/Quality E. Kyrola and P. Bernath
11.20-11.40 Report on Trace Gases in the Stratosphere B. Carli and J.-M. Flaud
11.40-12.00 Report on Trace Gases in the Troposphere/Air Quality J. Burrows and H. Fischer
12.00-12.20 Report on Aerosol/Clouds/UV K. Chance and J. Staehelin
12.20-12.40 Report on Data Assimilation/Applications B. Kerridge and H. Kelder
12.40-13.00 Report on Future Missions P. Levelt and M. Bittner
13.00-13.20 Discussion  
13:20-13:30 Conclusion C. Zehner


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