Hannah had a great time giving the Graduate Society of Women Engineers (GradSWE) lunch talk Q&A on academic careers. There was a great virtual turnout of students who contributed lots of engaging questions and discussion on career paths through academia, advice for applying to faculty positions, and what it’s like to be a new faculty […]
Hannah gave the Atmospheric Sciences Department seminar today, on her recent paper: “Effects of Sea Salt Aerosol Emissions for Marine Cloud Brightening on Atmospheric Chemistry: Implications for Radiative Forcing”. It was the first virtual colloquium of what would become an entirely online series. In spite of that, it was a lot of fun and people were […]
Erin Emme, a junior in Civil and Environmental Engineering, has joined the Horowitz group as part of the CEE department REU program! She will be analyzing satellite data of sea ice properties to understand sources of Arctic aerosol particles. Her work will inform future development of an Earth system model to better represent Arctic aerosol […]
Our GRL paper,”Effects of sea salt aerosol emissions for Marine Cloud Brightening on atmospheric chemistry: Implications for radiative forcing”, was just accepted and published online: https://agupubs.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1029/2019GL085838 Thanks to all the co-authors and reviewers. Check back later for the beautified, open-access version!
Hannah will be giving an invited oral presentation at the AMS Annual Meeting in Boston as part of the Atmospheric Chemistry conference! Her talk is Thursday, January 16 at 3:45PM in Convention Center Room 207. Looking forward to what will be an excellent session on atmospheric halogen chemistry and its impacts! Other exciting events at […]
If you’re in San Francisco this week, stop by Hannah and Becky Alexander‘s poster (GC33G-1417) on Wednesday afternoon on their work with former UW undergraduate Alicia Wright on the atmospheric chemistry and climate feedbacks from sea salt aerosol injections for geoengineering (currently in revision at GRL). Hannah will be around AGU from Tuesday evening through […]
Opportunities are available in the Horowitz group for graduate students and a postdoc! Spread the word 🙂 Example areas of potential projects include: Feedbacks of geoengineering on atmospheric chemistry and air quality Improving representation of aerosol particles in climate models to improve predictions of climate change Mercury pollution in the ocean and/or atmosphere under climate […]
Today Hannah performed her portion of a live-narrated planetarium show, “Earth: Pole to Pole,” at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle for two all-ages audiences. The show was developed collaboratively as part of the Portal to the Public Science Communication Fellowship program, with science center staff, Fellows, and Dr. Harry Stern of the Applied Physics […]
The group website is currently under construction – more information will be added in the coming weeks!