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Day 1             Monday, July 1, 2024                     
1.1                Opening and ATMOS2024 Context - Plenary
Chairs Edward Malina (ESA/ESRIN), Ugo Cortesi (CNR)
1.1.1

09:00  09:05Welcome to ATMOS
Edward Malina & Maria Cristina Facchini (ESA & CNR)
1.1.2

09:05  09:20Intro to CNR
Ugo Cortesi (CNR)
1.1.3

09:20  09:50State of the art of Atmospheric Research
Mari Liza Koukouli (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
1.1.4

09:50  10:02ESA satelites and programs
ESA
1.1.510:02  10:14Ongoing and future EU funded research activities on the Atmosphere and the EC-ESA Earth System Science Initiative
Franz Immler (EC)
1.1.610:14  10:26Introduction to ATMOS
Edward Malina (ESA)
1.1.710:26  10:38EarthCARE - the Cloud Aerosol and Radiation Explorer’s First Months in Orbit
Thorsten Fehr (ESA)
1.1.810:38  10:50EarthCARE - the Cloud Aerosol and Radiation Explorer’s Mission Status and Operational Phase Management
Bjoern Frommknecht (ESA)
1.1.910:50 
11:02
Japanese activities for Algorithms, Validations and Applications of the EarthCARE mission
Takuji Kubota (JAXA)
11:02 - 11:25  Break
1.2                ESA Mission - Plenary
Chairs: Thorsten Fehr (ESA/ESTEC), Bianca Maria Dinelli (CNR)
1.2.1

11:25  11:37SENTINEL-5 PRECURSOR MISSION: Status and Results 
Claus Zehner (ESA)
1.2.2

11:37  11:49Status of the Copernicus anthropogenic CO2 Monitoring (CO2M) mission
Yasjka,Meijer (ESA)
1.2.3

11:49  12:01First results from the Copernicus anthropogenic CO2 Monitoring (CO2M) mission product developments
Ruediger Lang (EUMETSAT)
1.2.4

12:01  12:13The Copernicus Missions Sentinel-4 and Sentinel-5
Ben Veihelmann (ESA)
1.2.5

12:13  12:25The Copernicus Sentinel 4 & 5 missions: status and ongoing activities at EUMETSAT
Nan Hao (EUMETSAT)
1.2.612:25  12:37Sentinel-4 Level-2 Operational Products
Diego Loyola (DLR)
12:37 - 14:10  Break
1.3                ESA Future Missions & Candidates - Plenary
Chairs: Pepijn Veefkind (KNMI), Simon Pinnock (ESA/ECSAT)
1.3.1

14:10 14:22TRUTHS, a benchmark in space for Earth reflected solar radiation budget and for satellite intercal
Thomas August (ESA)
1.3.2

14:22  14:34ESA’s ninth Earth Explorer mission FORUM - characterising the far-infrared spectrum of Earth’s outgoing long-wave radiation
Hilke Oetjen (ESA)
1.3.3

14:34  14:46The Changing-Atmosphere Infra-Red Tomography Explorer CAIRT – a candidate mission for ESA’s Earth Explorer 11
Alex Hoffman (ESA)
1.3.4

14:46  14:58The WInd VElocity Radar Nephoscope (WIVERN): a candidate mission to measure global in-cloud winds, clouds and precipitation for the ESA Earth Explorer 11
Alessandro Battaglia (Politecnico di Torino)
14:58 - 15:15 Break
1.4               EarthCare and Aeolus - Plenary
Chairs: Bjorn Frommknecht (ESA/ESRIN), Nedjeljka Žagar (University of Hamburg)
1.4.1

15:15  15:27EarthCARE Data Innovation and Science Cluster (DISC)
Vasileios Tzallas (ESA)
1.4.2

15:27  15:39Latest Developments in EarthCARE's Processors and Products
Timon Hummel (ESA)
1.4.3

15:39  15:51EarthCARE Campaigns & Cal/Val
Jonas von Bismarck (ESA)
1.4.4

15:51  16:03Aeolus - 5 years of advancing Wind, Aerosol and atmospheric Lidar Science
Thorsten Fehr (ESA)
16:03 - 16:20 Break
1.5               ALTIUS and the Stratosphere - Plenary
Chairs: Claus Zehner (ESA/ESRIN), MariLiza Koukuli (Aristole University of Thessoloniki)
1.5.1

16:20  16:32ALTIUS: Mission Scientific Objectives and Project Status
Daniel Navarro Reyes (ESA)
1.5.2

16:32  16:44The ALTIUS Stratospheric Aerosol Data Product
Doug Degenstein (University of Saskatchewan)
1.5.3

16:44  17:56ALTIUS O3 retrieval algorithms and expected in-flight performance
Emmanuel Dekemper (BIRA-IASB)
1.5.4

16:56  17:08Altius In-flight Calibration Activities
Nicholas Lloyd (University of Saskatchewan)
1.5.5
17:08  17:20Effects of surface reflectivity inhomogeneities on stratospheric ozone retrieval from limb scattering observations
Carlo Arosio (University of Bremen)

1.5.6
17:20 17:32Direct methods for the inversion of limb scattering measurements by machine learning techniques
Didier Fussen (BIRA-IASB)
1.5.6

17:32 17:44Validation of the version 4 MAESTRO ozone and NO2 measurements
Paul Jeffery (University of Toronto)
1.5.7

17:44 17:56ALTIUS: Call for Announcement of Opportunity for participation in the calibration/validation
Daniel Navarro Reyes (ESA)
1.5.8   

17:56 18:15Discussion: All Sessions
Esa & Co-Chairs
18:15 - 20:15                                     Ice Breaker and Poster Session





Day 2             Tuesday, July 2, 2024                    
2.1               Greenhouse Gases I - ESA Lead Projects - Plenary
Chairs: Ilse Aben (SRON), Luis Guanter (UPV)
2.1.1

09:00  09:30Lastet development on GHG, challenges
Hartmut Boesch (University of Bremen)
2.1.2

09:30  09:42ESA SMART-CH4: Satellite Monitoring of Atmospheric Methane, bridging gaps through platforms and scales to quantify methane emissions from space
Antoine Berchet (CEA - LSCE)
2.1.3

09:42 09:54Methane in support of the Arctic Methane and Permafrost Challenge (Methane CAMP) project – Overview of the results
Johanna Tamminen (FMI)
2.1.4

09:54 10:06Retrieving atmospheric methane information from Sentinel-5 Precursor, PRISMA and EnMAP within ESA GHG-CCI and related projects
Michael Buchwitz (University of Bremen)
2.1.510:06 10:18Wetland emission and atmospheric distribution of methane: Results and lessons learned from the MAGIC2021 international campaign in Scandinavia
Cyril Crevoisier (CNRS, LMD)
2.1.610:18 10:30The Long-Lived greenhouse gas Products Performances (LOLIPOP) CCI+ project
Bianca Maria Dinelli (CNR)
2.1.710:30  10:42Methane retrievals from IASI and combination with Sentinel-5P.
Richard Siddans (STFC RAL Space)
10:42 - 11:15 Break
2.2               Greenhouse Gases II - Plenary
Chairs: Ruediger Lang (EUMETSAT), Hartmut Boesch (University of Bremen)
2.2.111:15  11:27Estimating CO2 emissions from global megacities using GOSAT lower troposphere partial column CO2 and TROPOMI NO2
AKIHIKO KUZE (JAXA)
2.2.211:27 11:395 Years of GOSAT-2 XCO2 and XCH4 Retrievals with Quality Filtering by Machine Learning
Andrew Barr (SRON)
2.2.3

11:39 11:51Results from greenhouse gas retrievals for the CO2M mission using the FOCAL method 
Stefan Noël (University of Bremen)
2.2.4

11:51 12:03Greenhouse gas retrievals for CO2M with the University of Bremen optimal estimation FUSIONAL-P algorithm: Expected performance on simulated orbits
Antonio Di Noia (University of Bremen)
2.2.5

12:03 12:15Combination of multi angular-polarimetric and SWIR spectrometric measurements for the simultaneous CO2, CH4 and aerosol retrieval in GRASP algorithm.
Marcos Herreras-Giralda (GRASP-SAS)
2.2.6

12:15 12:27Global satellite survey of landfill methane emissions
Matthieu Dogniaux (SRON)
2.2.7

12:27 12:39A multi-year global synergetic satellite product of tropospheric CH4
Kanwal Shahzadi (KIT)
2.2.812:39 12:51Using TROPOMI observations to derive methane emissions and its driving factors over Lake Chad
Mengyao Liu (KNMI)
12:51 - 14:20 Break
2.3                Greenhouse Gases III - High Resolution Capabilities - Plenary
Chairs: Akihiko Kuze (JAXA), Johanna Tamminen (FMI)
2.3.1

14:20 14:32UNEP's Methane Alert and Response System (MARS): achievements and new steps towards notifications in other sectors
Itziar Irakulis-loitxate (UNEP)
2.3.2

14:32 14:44Overview of the Methane SAT satellite mission for the detection and quantification of anthropogenic methane emissions
Luis Guanter (EDF, UPV)
2.3.3

14:44 14:56It TakesTwo to Tango: The Twin Anthropogenic Greenhouse Gas Observers
Pepijn Veefkind (KNMI)
2.3.4

14:56 15:08Validation and Metrics for Methane Plume Imaging and Quantification
Antoine Ramier (GHG Sat)
2.3.515:08 15:20Quantifying methane emissions from oil and gas production in Romania with the AVIRIS-NG imaging spectrometer
Gerrit Kuhlmann (EMPA)
15:20 - 15:35 Break
2.4                 Greenhouse Gases IV - High Resolution - Plenary
Chairs: Simon Pinnock (ESA/ECSAT), MIchael Buchwitz (University of Bremen)
2.4.1

15:35 15:47Space-based detection and quantification of methane super-emitters: a global overview and a case study investigating large emissions from surface coal mines
Shubham Sharma (SRON)
2.4.2

15:47 15:59High-resolution ENMAP satellite measurements of NO2 and CO2 in power plant plumes
Thomas Wagner (MPI)
2.4.3

15:59 16:11The detection capability of methane emissions over offshore platforms with space imaging sensors
Javier Roger (Universitat Politècnica València)
2.4.4

16:11 16:23Global Identification of Landfill Methane Super Emitters using Hyperspectral Satellite Observations
Xin Zhang (SRON)
16:23 - 16:40 Break
2.5                 Greenhouse Gases V - High Resolution - Plenary
Chairs: Yasjka Mayer (ESA/ESTEC), Itziar Irakulis-loitxate (UNEP)
2.5.1

16:40 16:52Detecting methane emissions from palm oil mills using spaceborne imaging spectrometers
Adriana Valverde (UPV)
2.5.2

16:52 17:04An evaluation of Madrid’s landfill methane emissions using Sentinel-5P TROPOMI, and GHG Sat satellite and aircraft observations.
Harjinder Sembhi (University of Leicester)
2.5.3

17:04 17:16First validation of high-resolution satellite-derived methane emissions from an active gas leak in the UK
Emily Dowd (University of Leeds)
2.5.4

17:16 17:28Evaluation of PRISMA methane column estimation in different emission scenarios
Daniele Settembre (GEO-K s.r.l.)
2.5.5

17:28 18:00Discussion: All Sessions
Esa & Co-Chairs






Day 3             Wednesday, July 3, 2024                 
3.1                Air Quality I - Plenary
Chairs: Claus Zehner (ESA/ESRIN), Lucy Ventress (RALSpace)
3.1.1

09:00  09:12The CitySatAir Project: Monitoring urban nitrogen dioxide pollution exploiting Sentinel-5P data
Bas Mijling (KNMI)
3.1.2

09:12  09:24Using machine learning to identify air pollution plumes from EO data: developing a reference dataset for scientific applications
Douglas Finch (University of Edinburgh)
3.1.3

09:24  09:36NOx emissions derived from Sentinel 5P observations
Ronald Van Der A (KNMI)
3.1.4

09:36  09:48Wildfires in Greece and their impact on air quality: Is this the new normality?
Dimitris Balis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
3.1.509:48  10:00How sensitive is the TROPOMI nitrogen dioxide retrieval to the surface albedo?
Henk Eskes (KNMI)
3.1.610:00  10:12Improved determination of natural emissions in Africa from a joint inversion of TROPOMI NO2 and HCHO columns in the MAGRITTE CTM
Jenny Stavrakou (BIRA-IASB)
3.1.710:12  10:24Satellites capture socioeconomic disruptions during the 2022 full-scale war in Ukraine
Iolanda Ialongo (FMI)
3.1.810:24 10:36Tropospheric NO2 retrieval algorithm for geostationary satellite instruments: applications to GEMS
Sora Seo (DLR)
3.1.910:36  10:48Identifying and accounting for the Coriolis effect in satellite NO2 observations and emission estimates
Daniel Potts (University of Leicester)
10:48 - 11:15 Break 
3.2                Air Quality II - Plenary
Chairs: Michel van Roozendaal (BIRA-IASB), Elisa Castelli (CNR)
3.2.1

11:15  11:27Estimating hourly nitrogen oxide emissions across Asia using GEMS geostationary satellite data 
Fei Yao (University of Edinburgh)
3.2.2

11:27  11:39Data assimilation developments at ECMWF in support of global emission inversion capacity
Luca Cantarello (ECMWF)
3.2.3

11:39  11:51LEGO-4-AQ: An AQ policy support service based on the synergistic use of LEO, GEO,
and in-situ monitoring

Tijl Verhoelst (BIRA-IASB)
3.2.4

11:51 12:03Visualisation of long-term atmospheric composition datasets from the RAL Space Infrared and Microwave Sounder (IMS) extended retrieval scheme.
Lucy Ventress (UKRI STFC, RAL Space)
3.2.5

12:03  12:15Monitoring wildfires from satellite, integration in Copernicus services and characterizing atmospheric impacts from the regional to the global scales
Federico Fierli (EUMETSAT)
3.2.612:15  12:27HONO retrievals over biomass burning regions from satellite UV and IR measurements
Nicolas Theys (BIRA-IASB)
3.2.712:27  12:39Bias characterization of HCHO columns from OMI using aircraft and FTIR data
Jean-Francois Muller (BIRA-IASB)
3.2.812:39 12:51Towards a minimal hyperspatial sounder of atmospheric ammonia
Lara Noppen (ULB)
3.2.912:51 13:03Automated processing of 6 years TROPOMI CO data to identify emissions rates from pollution sources
Tobias Borsdorff (SRON)
13:03 - 14:30  Break
3.3                Air Quality III - Plenary
Chairs: Federico Fierli (EUMETSAT), Bas Mijling (KNMI)
3.3.1

14:30  14:42The Advanced Infra-Red WAter Vapour Estimator-v3 (AIRWAVE-v3) TCWV dataset from clear-sky over water (A)ATSR-1/2 measurements
Elisa Castelli (CNR)
3.3.2

14:42  14:54AIRWAVE-SLSTR: an algorithm to retrieve TCWV from Sentinel 3 SLSTR observations
Enzo Papandrea (CNR)
3.3.3

14:54  15:06Examining Water Vapour Residency Times from Observational and Model Ensembles
Tim Trent (University of Leicester)
3.3.4

15:06  15:18An improved OClO retrieval from TROPOMI observations
Leonardo Alvarado Bonilla (DLR)
3.3.515:18 15:30Improving global SO2 emission inventories using Sentinel-5P TROPOMI satellite data
Adrian Jost (MPI for Chemistry)
3.3.6

15:30 15:42PEGASOS Project Overview: Summary of Activities for the Evaluation of the Operational GEMS L2 Products
Ronny Lutz (DLR)
3.3.7

15:42 15:54Physical models and AI for urban air quality monitoring with PRISMA hyperspectral data: the PRIMARY project
Davide De Santis (University of Rome Tor Vergata)
3.3.8

15:54 16:30Discussion
ESA & Co-chairs


16:30 18:00Poster Session

18:00 22:00Social Dinner (Pick-up point CNR)





Day 4             Thursday, July 4, 2024                     
4.1                Aerosol I - Plenary
Chairs: Kerstin Stebel (NILU), Otto Hasekamp (SRON)
4.1.1

09:00  09:30Latest Developments Aerosols and Clouds
Vassilis Amiridis (National Observatory of Athens)
4.1.2

09:30 09:42Explorations of novel observations and multi-instrument synergy for studying aerosol and aerosol-cloud interaction in the frame of AIRSENSE project.
Oleg Dubovik (CNRS, Universite Lille)
4.1.3

09:42 09:54Inversion results and in-orbit cross-comparison of Ultraviolet Aerosol Index obtained from China's new generation atmospheric composition detectors
Zhuo Zhang (National Space Science Center, Chinese Academy Of Sciences)
4.1.4

09:54 10:06Characterisation of dust aerosols from ALADIN and CALIOP
Adam Povey (NCEO, University of Leicester)
4.1.510:06 10:18What to expect from the lidar surface return product for Earth CARE and Aeolus-2 missions? Insights from CALIPSO and Aeolus projects
Lev Labzovskii (KNMI)
4.1.610:18 10:30Analysing Stratospheric Volcanic Ash Deposition Using CALIOP Measurements
Rui Song (University of Oxford)
10:30 - 11:00 Break
4.2                Aerosols II and Clouds I - Plenary
Chairs: Vassilis Amiridis (NOA), Claudia Di Biagio (LISA/CNRS)
4.2.1

11:00 11:12Polarimetric Remote Sensing of atmospheric aerosols: First results from the SPEX one instrument on the PACE mission
Otto Hasekamp (NWO-I/SRON)
4.2.2

11:12 11:24Synergetic retrieval from multi-instrument measurements for extended aerosol and surface characterisation in global scale and at high temporal resolution
Pavel Lytvynov (GRASP-SAS)
4.2.3

11:24 11:36Aerosol Layer Height by Polar and Geostationary passive satellites: Lessons learned, limitations and improvements
Konstantinos Michailidis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
4.2.4

11:36 11:48Dust aerosol mineralogy retrieved from its infrared optical signature: a laboratory study highlights the potential of infrared remote sensing for aerosol climate studies
Claudia Di Biagio (LISA, CNRS)
4.2.5

11:48 12:00Exploiting Optical Particle Counters measurements and satellite retrievals to infer local aerosol properties over urban areas
Giorgia Proietti Pelliccia (University of Bologna)
4.2.6

12:00 12:12Retrieval of Aerosol Parameters from Hyperspectral Satellite Data
Lanlan Rao (National Space Science Center ,Chinese Academy of Sciences)
4.2.7

12:12 12:24Influence of the assumed PSD on the determination of the stratospheric aerosol extinction coefficient from limb scattering observations
Christine Pohl (University of Bremen)
4.2.8

12:24 12:36

NASA OMI and TROPOMI Aerosol Products

Omar Torres (NASA)

12:36 - 14:10 Break
4.3               Clouds II - Plenary
Chairs: Oleg Dubovik (CNRS / University of Lille), Marta Luffarelli (Rayference)
4.3.1

14:10 14:22Cloud and Precipitation Microphysical Retrievals from the Earth CARE Cloud Profiling Radar: The C-CLD Product
Kamil Mroz (NCEO, University of Leicester)
4.3.2

14:22 14:34Retrieval of Cloud Properties for the Copernicus Atmospheric Missions Sentinel-4 (S4) and TROPOMI / Sentinel-5 Precursor (S5P) using deep neural networks
Fabian Romahn (DLR)
4.3.3

14:34 14:46Spaceborne G-band radar/radiometer: a leap forward for cloud and precipitation remote sensing from space.
Alessandro Battaglia (Politecnico Di Torino)
4.3.4

14:46 14:58Advanced cloud products from the PACE mission and their relevance for other missions
Bastiaan Van Diedenhoven (SRON)
4.3.514:58 15:10Investigation of the impact of 3D cloud scattering on operational NO2 retrieval algorithms based on synthetic data
Claudia Emde (DLR, LMU)
4.3.6

15:10 15:22Retrieval of cloud bottom altitude from TROPOMI measurements on Sentinel-5P
 Luca Lelli (DLR)
4.3.7

15:22 15:34Radiative forcing of cirrus clouds and contrails
Ermioni Dimitropoulou (Rmib)
15:34 - 15:50 Break
4.4               Clouds III & FORUM I - Plenary
Chairs: Bianca Maria Dinelli (CNR), Claudia Emde (DLR/LMU)
4.4.115:50 16:02An algorithm of scattering cloud retrieval based on Neural Network for TROPOMI using Oxygen absorption band
Xiaoyun Zhang (KNMI)
4.4.216:02 16:14Understanding climate evolution through spectral trends analysis: comparative study of IASI and climate model simulations
Stefano Della Fera (CNR)
4.4.316:14 16:26The expected sensitivity of FORUM to dust aerosol: a pseudo-observations analysis
Pasquale Sellitto (LISA-IPSL)
4.4.416:26 16:38A Physics-Informed Data-Driven Approach for Fast Atmospheric Radiative Transfer Inversion Using FORUM Simulated Measurements
Cristina Sgattoni (CNR)
4.5               FORUM II - Plenary
Chairs: Gabriele Stiller (KIT), Thorsten Fehr (ESA/ESTEC)
4.5.116:55 17:07Far-infrared radiance measurements of clear-sky, cirrus cloud and snow surfaces and the application to emissivity retrieval
Laura Warwick (ESA)
4.5.217:07 17:19Physical retrieval of Cloud microphysical properties using the RTM developed for FORUM: An application to IASI data over Antarctica
Guido Masiello (University of Basilicata)
4.5.317:19 17:31Study of the retrieval of ice crystal habits from the far infrared spectral radiance to be measured by the FORUM sounder
Gianluca Di Natale (CNR)
4.5.417:31 17:43Far-IR spectral measurements performed by FIRMOS-B during the Timmins stratospheric balloon flight: characterisation of the measurements and retrieval studies
Luca Palchetti (CNR)

17:43 18:10Discussion
ESA & Co-chairs

6.1               Methods - Side Session
Chairs: Henk Eskes (KNMI), Ugo Cortesi (CNR)
6.1.111:00 11:12Principal Component Analysis of IASI and S5P hyperspectral sounding measurements for the detection of extreme atmospheric events
Pascal Prunet (Spascia)
6.1.211:12 11:24Stray light calibration of the multi-angle spectropolarimeter SPEX one using a multi-kernel approach
Raul Laasner (SRON)
6.1.311:24 11:36TROPOMI in-flight calibration
Erwin Loots (KNMI)
6.1.411:36 11:48Influence of a stray light correction on airborne imaging remote sensing data for greenhouse gas observations with MAMAP2D-Light
Oke Huhs (University of Bremen)
6.1.511:48 12:00New quantitative measurements and spectroscopic line parameters of ammonia for atmospheric remote sensing
Daniel Coxon (NCEO)
6.1.612:00 12:12A fast retrieval of Outgoing Longwave Radiation from infrared sounders: Application to17 years of IASI observation
Raymond Armante (LMD/IPSL CNRS)
6.1.712:12 12:24Toward operational Monte Carlo simulation of 3D line-by-line radiation for remote sensing
Yaniss Nyffenegger-pere (Instituto De Astrofísica De Andalucía)
6.1.812:24 12:36Fostering collaborative working by means of notebook development platforms and connected services in the field of large aerosol and cloud data processing – an OLCI data application example
Arthur Lehner (Cloudflight GmbHCloudflight GmbH)
12:36 - 14:10 Break
6.2               Datasets - Side Session
Chairs: Tiziano Maestri (University of Bologna), Nicolas Theys (BIRA-IASB)
6.2.114:10 14:22Generating Essential Climate Variables from Multiple Satellite Hyperspectral Remote Sensors
Xu Liu (NASA Langley Research Center)
6.2.214:22 14:34Climate Monitoring with observations of Fire Radiative Power
Johannes Kaiser (NILU)
6.2.314:34 14:46IMK-IAA MIPAS V8 data: retrievals, characterization, and atmospheric science
Gabriele Stiller (KIT)
6.2.414:46 14:58Assessment of ACE-FTS version 5.2 data and long-term trends in the stratosphere and mesosphere
Patrick Sheese (University of Toronto)
6.2.514:58 15:10Extended Ground-Based Remote Sensing of NO2: Continuous Sun and Lunar DOAS Measurements with New Correction Methods
Markus Kilian (LuftBlick OG)
6.2.615:10 15:22FDR4ATMOS: A data set for harmonised solar irradiance and Earth reflectance and future plans
Günter Lichtenberg (DLR-IMF)
6.2.715:22 15:34The ESA atmospheric Validation Data Centre (EVDC): overview and new applications for EarthCARE
Paolo Castracane (Rhea for ESA)

7.1               Dynamics I - Side Session
Chairs: Nedjeljka Žagar (University of Hamburg), Emal Rumi (RALSpace)
7.1.115:45 15:57BARODAR - Remote Sensing of Surface Air-Pressure Using Differential Absorption Radar
Emal Rumi (STFC UKRI)
7.1.215:57 16:09Scale-dependent effects of Aeolus winds in the ECMWF system
Nedjeljka Žagar (University of Hamburg)
7.1.316:09 16:21Effects of the assimilation of Aeolus winds on equatorial waves and the QBO in the ECMWF system
Robin Pilch Kedzierski (Universität Hamburg)
7.1.416:21 16:33A NAO-based subsampling approach for winter seasonal predictions
Marianna Benassi (CMCC)
16:33 - 16:50 Break
7.2               Dynamics II - Side Session
Chairs: Nedjeljka Žagar (University of Hamburg), Emal Rumi (RALSpace)
7.2.116:50 17:02

SPEEDY-NEMO: performance and applications of a fully coupled intermediate-complexity climate model
Paolo Ruggieri (University of Bologna)

7.2.217:02 17:14A Neural Network based algorithm for Multiple Scattering Onset identification in the INCUS reflectivity profiles
Filippo Emilio Scarsi (Politecnico Di Torino)
7.2.317:14 17:26Singular Vector Decomposition (SVD) of satellite datasets: relation between cloud properties, radiative fluxes and climate indices.
Elisa Carboni (Ral Space)
7.2.417:26 17:38AI- enhanced seasonal prediction of Mediterranean cyclones
Leone Cavicchia (CMCC)





Day 5             Friday, July 5, 2024                     
5.1                Ozone I - Plenary
Chairs: Kaley Walker (University of Toronto), Diego Loyla (DLR)
5.1.1

09:00  09:12Ozone Recovery from Merged Observational Data and Model Analysis (OREGANO)
Mark Weber (University of Bremen)
5.1.2

09:12 09:24The novel GOME-type Ozone Profile Essential Climate Variable (GOP-ECV) from the European Space Agency’s Climate Change Initiative+ ozone project
Melanie Coldewey-Egbers (DLR)
5.1.3

09:24 09:36Six years of Sentinel-5p TROPOMI operational ozone profiling: Retrieval approach and geophysical validation
Arno Keppens (BIRA-IASB)
5.1.4
09:37 09:48Retrieval of ozone vertical profiles from TROPOMI measurements
Alexei Rozanov (University of Bremen)
5.1.509:48 10:00Improved and temporally extended Umkehr Ozone Profile retrievals and their application for Satellite Validation
Panagiotis Fountoukidis (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
5.1.610:00 10:12Ozone trends derived using merged long-term datasets of ozone profiles developed in the ESA Climate Change Initiative
Viktoria Sofieva (FMI)
5.1.710:12 10:24Assessment of the TROPOMI Ozone Profile 0-6km partial column sensitivity to tropospheric ozone enhanced regional and local areas
Serena Di Pede (KNMI)
5.1.810:24 10:36Ozone CCI / C3S Climate Data Records: portfolio and recent science results
Daan Hubert (BIRA-IASB)
10:36  - 10:55 Break
5.2                Ozone II - Plenary
Chairs: Mark Weber (University of Bremen), Viktoria Sofieva (FMI)
5.2.1

10:55 11:07Challenges in assessing the quality of Climate Data Records for Precursors of Ozone and Aerosol Essential Climate Variables 
Steven Compernolle (BIRA-IASB)
5.2.2

11:07 11:19Total Ozone retrievals from multiple satellite sensors: a consolidated analysis updating their geophysical validation
Katerina Garane (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki)
5.2.3

11:19 11:31Studies of halogenated species using the Atmospheric Chemistry Experiment Fourier Transform Spectrometer (ACE-FTS) on SCISAT
Kaley Walker (University of Toronto)
5.2.4

11:31 11:43Extension of the S5P/TROPOMI CCD tropospheric ozone retrieval to middle latitudes
Swathi Maratt Satheesan (University of Bremen)
5.2.5

11:43 11:55Sensitivity of Interannual and Long-term Changes in Stratospheric Ozone to Predictors Time Series and Trend Model
OINDRILA NATH (BIRA-IASB)
5.2.611:55 12:07Assessment of the contribution of IRS for the characterisation of ozone over Europe
Francesca Vittorioso (University of Bologna)
5.2.7

12:07 13:00Discussion and conference closure
ESA & Co-Chairs
                                                                                   End of the event







Poster List

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                                                                       POSTER LIST
Monday July 1 18:00-20:00, Wednesday July 3 16:30-18:00
P1 Other Trace Gases
P1.1Improved TROPOMI-based global VOC emissions constrained by formaldehyde andglyoxal data and a two-compound inversion scheme
Yasmine Sfendla
BIRA-IASB
P1.2Balloon-borne flask-sampling technique for retrieving tropospheric water vapor isotopic composition: the WIFVOS project
Daniele Zannoni
University of Venice Ca' Foscari
P1.3Investigating the Day and Night Variation of NH3 Concentrations over Agricultural Regions in Asia Using Combined Observations from the IASI and CrIS Satellite Instruments
Adriana Iorga
University of Leicester
P1.4Detection of anthropogenic emission point sources of ethylene, propylene, acetylene,and methanol with IASI
Bruno Franco
ULB
P1.5Global distributions of major OVOCs derived from IASI measurements
Bruno Franco
ULB
P1.6Building a merged dataset from IASI and MOPITT CO Level 3 data
Maya George
LATMOS, IPSL
P1.7Pre-operational SO2 COBRA product generated in the S5P-PAL environment
Jonas Vlietinck
BIRA-IASB
P1.8Current state of sulphur emissions over Asia observed by GEO and LEO space-born instruments
Mari Liza Koukouli Aristotle
University of Thessaloniki
P1.9Assessment of a new cloud treatment on S5P/TROPOMI tropospheric nitrogen dioxide observations
Mari Liza Koukouli Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P1.10Retrieval of vertical concentration profiles of SO2 using the IASI satellite instrument
Nga Ying Lo
KIT
P1.11Carbon monoxide seen by IASI and TROPOMI during the November 2023 severe air pollution episode in Northern India and Pakistan
Selviga Sinnathamby
LATMOS, CNRS, Sorbonne Université
P1.12Assessing the future IRS-MTG NH3 and temperature observations
Nadir Guendouz
LATMOS, CNRS
P1.13Viewing angle dependencies in glyoxal climate data records for the ESA Climate Change Initiative
Thomas Danckaert
BIRA-IASB
P1.14Using GEOS-Chem vertical profiles for improved night-time satellite retrievals of NH3
Martin Van Damme
ULB, BIRA-IASB
P1.15First weekly top-down biogenic VOC emissions over Europe constrained by TROPOMI HCHO data
Glenn-Michael Oomen
BIRA-IASB
P1.16Development of new Multi-Sensor Formaldehyde Climate Data Records as part of the ESA Climate Change Initiative
Isabelle De Smedt
BIRA-IASB
P1.17Improved retrievals of SO₂ plume height and column density from TROPOMI observations 
Lorenzo Fabris
BIRA-IASB
P1.18Stratospheric and upper tropospheric measurements of photochemically active species of the nitrogen, chlorine, and bromine families with GLORIA-B
Gerald Wetzel
KIT
P1.19Stratospheric and upper tropospheric measurements of long-lived tracers with GLORIA-B
Gerald Wetzel
KIT
P1.20Trend analysis of climate change markers through ECMWF CERA-20C secular timeseries
Alessandro Piscini
INGV
P1.21Investigating HCN and CO emissions of biomass burning in the Earth system
Antonio Giovanni Bruno
NCEO, University of Leicester
P1.22Quality assessment of the Sentinel-5P TROPOMI cloud products using ACTRIS/Cloudnet data as a reference
Steven Compernolle
BIRA-IASB
P1.23Monitoring geo-engineering scenarios with the EE11 CAIRT instrument
Pasquale Sellitto
LISA-IPSL
P1.24Biomass Burning – A Comparative Study Between ACE-FTS Observations and the GEOS-Chem High Performance Model
Kevin Bloxam
University of Toronto
P1.25Nitrate and ammonium in the upper troposphere and lower stratosphere - unique contributions from air- and space-borne infrared limb-sounders: CRISTA, MIPAS, GLORIA, CAIRT
Michael Höpfner
KIT
P2 Greenhouse gases
P2.1Carbon dioxide concentrations over Italy by using OCO-2 time series acquisitions
Vito Romaniello
INGV
P2.2Benchmarking atmospheric methane at high latitudes in support of the Arctic Methaneand Permafrost Challenge (AMPAC)
Hannakaisa Lindqvist
FMI
P2.3Navigating the Challenges in Methane Detection Using Machine Learning: A Critical Analysis and Research Agenda
Marco A.,RuedaInstitute for Systems and Robotics
Instituto Superior Técnico
P2.4Matched Filter method for detection of CH4 emission from satellite: a proposal of Evolution
Fabrizio Masin
University of Bologna
P2.5Evaluating the consistency of methane emissions from regional inversions using different TROPOMI XCH4 satellite products
Aurélien Sicsik-Paré
LSCE
P2.6Optimizing GOSAT methane observations to enhance high-latitude data coverage witha genetic algorithm approach
Lakshmi Naduparambil Bharathan
NCEO
P2.7How can satellite data and surface isotopic signature data contribute to understanding the global methane budget?
Emeline Tapin
LSCE
P2.8Global distribution of methane in the mid-troposphere as seen by IASI onboard three successive Metop platforms
Nicolas Meilhac
Fx-conseil/lmd
P2.9Estimating and verifying emissions magnitudes and trends with satellite data: a selection of case studies
Joni Kushta
The Cyprus Institute
P2.10Automated Detection and Attribution of Methane Super-Emitters Using Sentinel-2 Satellite Data and Deep Learning
Fei Yao
University of Edinburgh
P2.11The first year of COCCON EM27/SUN operation in Rome
Giacomo Gostinicchi
Serco Italia Spa
P2.12Towards evaluation of new Copernicus Contributing Missions (CCMs) dedicated for measuring methane emissions with very high spatial resolution
Mahesh Kumar Sha
BIRA-IASB
P2.13Exploring the Potential of MTG FCI for Methane Point Source Monitoring
Shanyu Zhou
UPV
P2.14Methane sink optimisation using TROPOMI and IASI measurements in TM5-4DVAR
Jacob Van Peet
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
P2.15Current Status of COCCON (COllaborative Carbon Column Observing Network)
Darko Dubravica
KIT
P2.16Improvements in glint retrievals over snowy surfaces for CO2M observations: Selected results from the Snowite study
Leif Vogel
Kaioa Analytics
P2.17Atmosphere-ocean carbon dioxide fluxes estimate from satellite and insitu data in the Central Mediterranean
Mattia Pecci
Enea
P2.18MEDUSA: Methane Emissions Detection Using Satellites Assessment
lse Aben
SRON
P2.19Potential of TIR+SWIR combination from space measurements for CH4 retrievals: application to IASI and S5P
Pascal Prunet
Spascia
P2.20Direct satellite measurements of the radiative forcing of long-lived halogenated gases
Simon Whitburn
ULB
P3 Air Quality
P3.1Air quality in Bucharest across the seasons: validation of TROPOMI and WRF-Chemtropospheric NO2 density against SWING+ and in situ measurements
Antoine Pasternak
BIRA-IASB
P3.2Improved tropospheric NO₂ columns retrieved from TROPOMI on board the Sentinel-5P satellite
Thomas Visarius
University of Bremen
P3.3TROPOMI and OMI NO2: slant column uncertainties over time
Jos Van Geffen
KNMI
P3.4Synergistic ground-based measurements of aerosols and NO2 using MAX-DOAS and direct-sun DOAS observations over Thessaloniki, Greece
Dimitris Karagkiozidis
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P3.5S5P/TROPOMI maritime ΝΟΧ emissions in the Mediterranean region
Andreas Pseftogkas
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P3.6Lightning NOx observation with TROPOMI
Stefani Stanojevic
MPI
P3.7Regional air quality degradation during the August 2023 extreme wildfires in Northern Greece
MariLiza Koukouli
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P3.8InPULS: Impact of TropOMI NO2 observations on daily air quality forecasts for Germany
Frank Baier
DLR
P3.9Mountain-top CubeSat Demonstrator for Urban Air Quality Monitoring: A Leap Towards High-Resolution NO₂ Mapping in the Alpine Valley of Innsbruck
Stefanie Morhenn
LuftBlick OG
P3.10TROPOMI NO2: a new method to identify unresolved features in DOAS residuals
Jos Van Geffen
KNMI
P3.11Quantifying uncertainties of satellite NO2 superobservations fordata assimilation and model evaluation
Pieter Rijsdijk
SRON
P3.12Evaluation of decadal regional and local NO2 column densities using space-borneinstruments and CAMS
Stefan-Marius Nicolae
INOE
P3.13Two new FTIR instruments for the measurement of trace gases over the Po Valley
Paolo Pettinari
CNR, University of Bologna
P3.14Merging OMI and TROPOMI seamlessly to create a 17-year-long tropospheric NO2 afternoon data record.
Isidora Anglou
KNMI
P3.15Deep Learning for High-Resolution Reconstruction of NO2 and O3 3D Fields in the Lower Troposphere
Wenfu Sun
BIRA-IASB
P3.16Consistent retrieval of global tropospheric HCHO and NO2 VCDs from TROPOMI based on an improved version of the POMINO algorithm
Yuhang Zhang
BIRA-IASB
P3.17Monitoring of ground-level pollutant concentrations from space
Johannes Staufer
Thales
P3.18Estimating high resolution surface PM2.5 concentrations over Europe using CAMS PM forecast, satellite AOD and a Machine Learning model
Shobitha Shetty
NILU
P3.19A level-3 nitrogen dioxide dataset from TROPOMI and OMI with realistic uncertainty
Isolde Glissenaar
KNMI
P3.20Advancements in Atmospheric Composition Observations for the next CAMS Reanalysis ‘EAC5’
Christopher Kelly
ECMWF
P3.21Performance evaluation of the flux divergence approach for estimating NOx emissions using simulated TROPOMI-like NO2 data.
Felipe Cifuentes
KNMI, WUR
P3.22The impact of extreme wildfires of August 2023 in northern Greece on aerosol optical properties and solar radiation
Konstantinos Michailidis
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P3.23A light-weight NO2 to NOx conversion model for quantifying NOx emissions of point sources from NO2 satellite observations
Sandro,MeierSwiss Federal Laboratories for Materials Science and Technology
P3.24French ARGONAUT project: Inferring pollutants (NOx, CO, NMVOCs) and CO2 emissions at high resolution over France using Sentinel-5P and the CIF-CHIMERE inversion system
Gaëlle Dufour
LISA/CNRS/UPC/UPEC
P3.25Investigating NO2 processing in power plant plumes from TROPOMI
Steffen Beirle
MPI
P3.26Quantifying NOx emissions with TROPOMI satellite observations of 100+ ship NO2plumes
Folkert Boersma 
KNMI and WUR
P3.27GLORIA observations of polluted air masses in the 2023 Asian summer monsoon outflow and in connection with wildfires in North America
Wolfgang Woiwode
IMK-ASF
P3.28Exploring the Roman NO2 field spatio-temporal patterns with the AOTF-based NO2 camera, and the BAQUNIN supersite
Emmanuel Dekemper
BIRA-IASB
P3.29Air Quality studies and satellite validations using MAX-DOAS measurements in Italy
Andrè Achilli
CNR
P3.30NitroNet - A deep-learning NO₂ profile retrieval prototype for the TROPOMI satellite instrument
Leon Kuhn
MPI
P3.31Climate change variation and mitigation in South Asia: The impact of satellite remote sensing.
Muhammad Umar Aslam
University of The Punjab Lahore
P4 Aerosols & Surface
P4.1Long-Term Variability of Aerosol Concentrations and Optical Properties over the Indo-Gangetic Plain in South Asia
Muhammad Zeeshaan
ShahidUniversity of the Punjab
P4.2Investigating the Aerosol Index over Asia from GEO and LEO space-born instruments
Panagiotis Fountoukidis
Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
P4.3Validation of Aerosol Layer Height product from space-borne instruments using ACTRIS' active sensors
Alexandru Dandocsi
INOE
P4.4Evaluating Global Trends in UV-Absorbing Aerosol Presence using TROPOMI and OMI Aerosol Index datasets
Deborah Stein Zweers
KNMI
P4.5
Cloud detection using machine learning techniques with application to IASI measurements
Chiara Zugarini
CNR
P4.6
EarthCARE validation measurements from Italian observatories at two central Mediterranean sites
Luca Baldini
CNR
P4.7
Analysis of Dust Aerosols in the PMAp Satellite Climate Data Record
Dominika Leskow-Czyzewska 
EUMETSAT
P4.8
A Climate Data Record of Stratospheric Aerosols
Viktoria Sofieva
FMI
P4.9
Sixteen years surface temperature measurements from IASI
Valentine Jacquet
LATMOS, CNRS
P4.10
Laboratory investigations of the spectral optical properties of dust aerosols across the infrared in support of the forthcoming FORUM mission
Claudia Di Biagio
LISA, CNRS
P4.11
Surface classification and property retrievals from GLORIA observations
Tiziano Maestri
University of Bologna
P4.12
A near-global multiyear climate data record of the submicrometer-mode and supermicrometer-mode components of atmospheric pure-dust.
Emmanouil Proestakis
National Observatory Of Athens (NOA)
P4.13
Retrieval Black Carbon Aerosol Surface Concentration Using MODIS Data in Italy
Xingxing Jiang
China University of Mining and Technology
P4.14
A satellite view on wildfire plume aerosols in northern high latitudes in 2023
Kerstin Stebel
NILU
P4.15
Enhancing Aerosol Species Discrimination with a Synergistic Approach of AOS Lidarand Polarimeter spaceborne measurements
Abou Bakr Merdji
Interuniversity Laboratory Of Atmospheric Systems - National Center Of Scientific Researchs
P4.16
Joint Aerosol & Wind Data Assimilation of AEOLUS and preparing for EarthCARE
Thanasis Georgiou
NOA
P4.17Offline Optical Post-Processor (OOPP) based on the IFS model for computation of the optical properties of the atmosphere
Janot Tokaya
TNO
P.5  Ozone
P5.1
ALTIUS Ozone Retrieval Algorithm in Stellar Occultation Mode Validated using GOMOS Observations
Antonin Berthelot
BIRA-IASB
P5.2
ALTIUS Ozone Retrieval Algorithm in Solar Occultation Mode Validated using SAGE III Observations
Kristof Rose
BIRA-IASB
P5.3
El Niño Southern Oscillation (ENSO) and Indian Ocean Dipole(IOD) signatures in tropical ozone in the Upper Troposphere Lower Stratosphere (UTLS)
Oindrila Nath
BIRA-IASB
P5.4
Tropical Tropospheric Ozone observed by European Satellites from ERS-2/GOME(1995) to S5P/TROPOMI (2024) and resulting trends
Klaus-Peter Heue
DLR
P5.5
Tropical Tropospheric Ozone: Harmonization of GOME-2 and S5P CCD retrievals
Kai-Uwe Eichmann
University of Bremen
P5.6
ALTIUS Ozone Retrieval Algorithm in Bright Limb Mode Validated using OMPS LPObservations
Sotiris Sotiriadis
BIRA-IASB
P5.7
Study of stratospheric intrusion of ozone-rich air in the troposphere exploiting the synergy between limb and nadir measurements
Liliana Guidetti
CNR
P5.8
Geophysical Validation Plan for ALTIUS Ozone Profile Data
Jean-Christopher Lambert 
BIRA-IASB
P5.9
Inter-comparison of tropospheric ozone columns from limb-nadir matched datasets and their trends
Carlo Arosio
University of Bremen
P6 Clouds & Water Vapour
P6.1
Retrieval of clouds geometrical extension from GLORIA-B limb measurements
Martina Taddia
University of Bologna, CNR
P6.2
Evaluation of the Precipitation space-time variability for EarthCARE validation purposein the sites of Rome and Lampedusa
Luca Baldini
CNR
P6.3
Progress in improving SY_2_AOD product quality
Larisa Sogacheva
FMI
P6.4
Determination of the temperature dependende of the refractive index of ice in the FIR
Cecilia Taverna
Synchrotron Soleil
P6.5
Developments on the Cloud retrieval algorithm using the O₂–O₂ absorption at 477 nm
Maarten Sneep
KNMI
P6.6
Harmonized OMI and TROPOMI cloud datasets using the O2-O2 absorption band at 477nm
Huan Yu
BIRA-IASB
P6.7
Impact of the new SEVIRI cloud masking method on radiative flux estimates
Dora Hegedus
RAL SPACE, STFC
P6.8
Fast Computations of Upwelling Far- and Mid-Infrared Radiances in the Presence of Clouds: the MAMA algorithm
Michele Martinazzo
University of Bologna
P6.9
Observation of type-discriminated aerosol vertical distributions with multiwavelength lidars of the future Atmosphere Observing System (AOS) mission
Fazzal Qayyum
University of Paris Est Creteil, Université Paris Cité, CNRS, LISA
P6.10
Overview of the EarthCARE Cloud, Aerosol and Radiation science products.
Gerd-jan Van Zadelhoff
KNMI
P6.11
Aerosol and cloud retrievals: ATLID and ALADIN
David Donovan KNMI
P6.12Benefits of initializing equatorial waves on accuracy of extratropical forecasts
Chen WangUniversität Hamburg
P7 Dynamics
P7.1
A method proposal for spatially-resolved Age of Air from satellite data
Florian VoetResearch
Center Jülich
P7.2
Towards the assimilation of MTG-IRS and all-sky microwave radiances in the convection-permitting ICON model
Marcello Grenzi
University of Bologna
P7.3
High-resolution intercomparison of multi-platform precipitation products over Vietnam
Federico Porcu'
University of Bologna
P7.4
Towards ensemble-based Data Assimilation on a discontinuous Galerkin (DG) sea ice model with solid-like rheology
Francesca Vittorioso
University of Bologna
P7.5
Gravity wave observations with the EE11-candidate limb imager CAIRT
Sebastian Rhode
Forschungszentrum Juelich
P8 Platforms & Methods
P8.1
Sentinel-5P products in Terrascope
Jeroen van Gent
BIRA-IASB
P8.2
ECOMAP - Exploitation of ongoing and future Copernicus Missions for Atmospheric Applications
Ann Mari Fjæraa
NILU
P8.3
Optimal variables for retrieval products of vertical profile measurements
Simone Ceccherini
CNR
P8.4
Extension of the Complete Data Fusion algorithm to two-dimensional products
Cecilia Tirelli
CNR
P8.5
Engeenering the sigma-IASI radiative transfer code
Luca Sgheri
IAC - CNR
P8.6
The EUMETSAT EPS-SG MWI and MWS day-1 Machine Learning algorithms for snowfall and rainfall surface precipitation rate retrieval
Paolo Sanò
CNR
P8.7
Copernicus Observations In-Situ (COINS) project and its activities for Copernicus Entrusted Entities
Shridhar Jawak
NILU
P8.8
Influence of using absolute slant columns for trace gas profile retrievals
Ragi Ambika Rajagopalan
Luftblick OG
P8.9
Copernicus Polar Roadmap for Service Evolution Report: specific recommendations for atmospheric observations and the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS)
Shridhar Jawak
NILU
P8.10
Latest developments and upcoming innovations in Py4CAtS - Python for Computational Atmospheric Spectroscopy
Philipp Hochstaffl
DLR
P8.11
Bayesian de-noising of noisy trace gas satellite images using co-registered trace gas imag-es for improved hot-spot emission estimation
Erik Koene
EMPA
P8.12
Improvements in accounting for the I0 effect in DOAS retrievals
Janis Pukite
MPI for Chemistry
P8.13
MC-FORUM: exploiting FORUM observations in meteorological and climate models
Alberto Ortolani
CNR
P8.14
Development of the Lunar Earth Temperature Observatory (LETO) infrastructure for the Earth-Moon-Mars (EMM) project
Simone Menci
CNR
P8.15
DIVA: Demonstration of an Integrated approach for the Validation and exploitation of Atmospheric missions
Marcos Herreras-Giralda
GRASP-SAS
P8.16
FDR4ATMOS: New release of SCIAMACHY Level 1 and Level 2 products
Günter Lichtenberg
 DLR-IMF
P8.17
Latest developments and upcoming innovations in Py4CAtS - Python for Computational Atmospheric Spectroscopy
Philipp Hochstaff
DLR
P8.18Impact of Spectroscopy on IASI and FORUM Clear-Sky Simulations
Viviana Volonnino
Météo-France, CNRS
P9 Calibration & Validation
P9.1
Long-term trends in the TROPOMI L1 radiance signal
Emiel van der Plas
KNMI
P9.2
Sharp Detector Features Correction for the TROPOMI Instrument
Edward Van Amelrooy
KNMI
P9.3
Overview of ESA SVANTE campaign activities planned in 2024-2027 for S5p validation
Frederik Tack
BIRA-IASB
P9.4
On the use of the FRM4DOAS MAXDOAS processing facility for Sentinel-5P NO2 andHCHO validation
GaiaPinardi
BIRA-IASB
P9.5
The Sentinel-5 Precursor Validation Framework
Matteo Alparone
Serco c/o ESA
P9.6
Enhancing Satellite Calibration and Validation with ACTRIS Data Centre
Shridhar Jawak
NILU
P9.7
Comparison of land surface albedo between MODIS and ground-based measures at the Thule High Arctic Atmospheric Observatory (THAAO) in Pituffik, Greenland
Monica Tosco
University of Venice Ca' Foscari
P9.8
ALTIUS: Call for Announcement of Opportunity for participation in the calibration/validation
Daniel Navarro Reyes
ESA