Mailing address: PO Box 208109, New Haven CT 06520-8109
Street address: 210 Whitney Ave, New Haven CT 06511
I am an atmospheric scientist, focusing my research on the role of aerosol particles and clouds on Earth’s energy budget. I am particularly interested in how aerosol particles affect climate by acting as cloud condensation nuclei and ice nuclei. These so called indirect aerosol effects on climate are currently the most uncertain and least understood forcings of climate change, and will represent a tremendous challenge to the scientific community in years to come.
February 2015: MSc student Ingrid Hanssen is visiting us from Norway. Ingrid will be working on high-latitude cirrus clouds, as observed with lidar at Andøya Space Center.
January 2015: Azusa Takeishi participates in the European Research Course on Atmospheres (ERCA) in Grenoble, France.
January 2015: Trude co-chairs and presents in a session on Climate Engineering at the annual AMS meeting in Phoenix, Arizona.
December 2014: Nav Sagoo, Zachary McGraw and Azusa Takeishi are heading to San Francisco for the AGU Fall Meeting. They’ll present their work in sessions on mineral dust, aerosols and deep convection, and The Pliocene.
October 2014: We are overjoyed to have received a generous High Performance Computing grant from NCARs Computational and Information Systems Laboratory (CISL) for use of their powerful cluster Yellowstone!
October 2014: Congratulations to Azusa Takeishi for getting her first paper published in ACPD!
August 2014: Trude was chair & gave a presentation at the 1st International Geoengineering Conference
July 2014: Trude and Ivy Tan were presenting their work at the AMS conference on Clouds and Radiation
July 2014: Jane Smyth and Azusa Takeishi are both interns in Vestas Wind Systems
June 2014: Azusa Takeishi is getting exciting field experience in New Zealand!