Workshop Details
Electrification of Water Drops and Ice Particles: Though Simulations, in the Laboratory and in the Natural Environment.
08/10/2009 - 08/14/2009
Meeting Description:

Electrified water drops and ice particles play an important role in many natural phenomena. The most obvious example is the lighting that accompanies thunderstorms, tornadoes and active volcanoes. The key to this electrification is the charge separations that occur on the breakup of water or ice surfaces. Here recent advances in experimental and theoretical studies by chemists and physicists on the interfaces of water and ice are opening up the possibility of understanding electrification on a molecular level.

A goal of the workshop is to bring together scientists from the diverse communities of engineers, chemists, physicists, and atmospheric scientists to develop a deeper understanding of the phenomena of electrification in the natural environment.

Meeting Venue:

Telluride Intermediate School
725 West Colorado Avenue Telluride CO 81435

Registered Meeting Participants:
Participant Organization Arrival Information Departure Information Interested in Sharing Transportation?
Allen, Heather Ohio State 8/9
8/15
Avila, Eldo FaMAF - Universidad Nacional de Cordoba 8/9
8/15
Y
Baker, Brad SPEC Incorporated 8/9
8/15
Basaran, Osman Purdue University 8/8
8/14
Bauerecker, Sigurd Technische Universitaet Braunschweig 8/8
8/16
Y
Bluhm, Hendrik Lawrence Berkeley Lab 8/9
8/14
Cowin, James Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 8/8
8/15
Detwiler, Andrew South Dakota School of Mines & Tech 8/9
8/14
Devlin, J Paul Oklahoma State University 8/8
8/15
Ewing, George Indiana University 8/8
8/16
Fierro, Alexandre Los Alamos National Labratory 8/9
8/13
Haymet, Anthony Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Hulscher, Ryan Univ. of Puget Sound 8/9
8/14
Iyengar, Srinivasan Indiana University 8/9
8/16
Jarrold, Martin Indiana University
Khain, Alexander The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 8/9
8/15
Kok, Jasper University of Michigan 8/10
8/14
Y
Leisner, Thomas Forschungszentrum Karlsruhe 8/8
8/14
Y
McNutt, Stephen Geophysical Institute 8/9
8/14
Y
Neshyba, Steven Univ. Puget Sound 8/9
8/15
Y
Paesani, Francesco University of California, San Diego 8/9
8/15
Y
Pfalzgraff, William University of Puget Sound 8/9
8/14
Phillips, Vaughan University of Hawaii at Manoa
Rosenfeld, Daniel The Hebrew University of Jerusalem 8/9
8/15
Rutledge, Steven Colorado State University 8/11
8/14
Saunders, Clive University of Manchester 8/9
8/15
Shultz, Mary Jane Tufts University 8/9
8/15
Smith, Scott Pacific Northwest National Lab 8/9
8/15
Takahashi, Tsutomu Kyusyu University 8/9
8/15
Y
Tobias, Douglas UC Irvine 8/9
8/15
Wettlaufer, John Yale University 8/9
8/15
Y
Wiens, Kyle Texas Tech University 8/9
8/14
Williams, Earle MIT 8/9
8/15
Williams, Earle [2nd Reservation] MIT 8/8
8/9
Williams, Earle [2nd Reservation] [3rd Reservation] MIT 8/8
8/9

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