MMM Seminars

The MMM seminars are held at 3:30 pm Thursdays in Room 1022 of NCAR's Foothills Lab, except in special circumstances as noted below.  The seminar coordinators are Judith Berner, with administrative support from Nancy Sue Kerner (  Video recordings of many previous MMM seminars are also available below.

* - Indicates MMM Distinguished Speaker Series

Upcoming MMM Seminars

Date Time Seminar TItle Presenter(s) Affiliation(s) Location
Jun 17, 2021 (Thu) 3:30pm TBD (*MMM Distinguished Lecturer) *Dr. David Henderson James Cook University, Australia FL2-1022 Large Auditorium

Past MMM Seminars

Date Seminar TItle Presenter(s) Affiliation(s) Recording
Jul 16, 2020 *Current Advances in Urban Hydrometeorological Research at the University of Georgia (*ASP Thompson Lecture) Dr. Marshall Shepherd University of Georgia
Apr 23, 2020 "Extratropical Persistent Anomalies: Current Trends and Future Projections" Gary Lackmann North Carolina State University Video Recording
Mar 12, 2020 What causes extreme wildfire events? Janice Coen NCAR/MMM Video Recording
Mar 5, 2020 Composite Synoptic-Scale Environments Conducive to North American Polar/Subtropical Jet Superposition Events Dr. Andrew C. Winters Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences (ATOC), University of Colorado, Boulder Video Recording
Feb 27, 2020 Highlights of Field Project OTREC2019 Zeljka Fuchs-Stone Climate and Water Consortium, NMT (New Mexico Tech) Video Recording
Feb 20, 2020 A multidisciplinary approach to improving prediction and risk communication of eastern Colorado hailstorms (RAL/MMM Joint Seminar) Samuel Childs Colorado State University, Dept. of Atmospheric Science Video Recording
Feb 13, 2020 Evaluation of the Arctic Atmosphere Using Cycled Data Assimilation and a High-Resolution Global Model Christopher Riedel The University of Oklahoma Video Recording
Feb 6, 2020 Quantifying the Influence of Climate Change on Economic Risk from Hurricanes in the United States Ian Bolliger UC Berkeley Video Recording
Jan 30, 2020 A Comprehensive 4D-Var Vortex Initialization Using a Nonhydrostatic Axisymmetric TC Model with Convection Accounted for Dr. Xiaoxu Tian University of Maryland Video Recording
Jan 23, 2020 Elevating our gaze: contemplating how accelerating technological change will advance the study of extreme wind events Forrest J. Masters University of Florida Video Recording