11 January 2018 Front Matter: Volume 10424
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Adzhiev, Anatoly Kh., 0M, 0R

Adzhieva, Aida A., 0H

Agishev, Ravil, 0D

Antonini, A., 0J

Bedka, Kristopher, 0K

Beigl, Michael, 0C

Berg, Larry K., 0A

Boldyreff, Anton S., 0H, 0M, 0R

Bolgov, Yuriy V., 0M

Bondareva, Olga. V., 0M

Borisov, Igor V., 0R

Borovski, Alexander, 0O, 0Y

Braun, Antonin, 0B

Bruchkouski, I., 0Y

Budde, Matthias, 0C

Campbell, James R., 05

Chen, Yan, 08

Chung, Sung-Rae, 0V

Ciparisse, J. F., 06

Comeron, Adolfo, 0D

Cros, Sylvain, 0B

Cyrys, Josef, 0C

da Silva, Jonatan J., 0Z

Decroix, Jacques, 0B

Di Girolamo, Paolo, 05

Duda, David, 0K

Elokhov, A., 0Y

Emeis, Stefan, 0C

Fatkhuroyan, Fatkhuroyan, 05

Flynn, Connor, 0A

Flynn, Donna, 0A

Fredrick, Sonia R., 0G

Fujito, Toshiyuki, 0X

Gaudio, P., 06

Gege, Peter, 04

Gelfusa, M., 06

Gratza, Thomas, 0C

Grimm, Hans, 0C

Gu, Yu, 05

Holben, Brent N., 02

Hong, Gang, 08

Ichoku, Charles, 02

Ivanov, Victor, 0O

Janas, Joanna, 04

Kassianov, Evgueni, 0A

Khlopenkov, Konstantin, 0K

Kim, Hye-Sil, 0V

Kleiss, Jessica M., 0A

Kuliev, Dalkhat D., 0R

Korogodova, Irina V., 0R

Landulfo, Eduardo, 0Z

Lewis, Jasper R., 05

Liandrat, Olivier, 0B

Lolli, Simone, 05

Long, Charles N., 0A

Lopes, Fábio J. S., 0Z

Lungaroni, M., 06

M., Rasheed, 0G

Malizia, A., 06

Marquis, Jared W., 05

Mazza, A., 0J

Melani, S., 0J

Minnis, Patrick, 08, 0K

Mukai, Sonoyo, 03, 0W, 0X

Murari, A., 06

Nakata, Makiko, 03, 0W, 0X

Oppelt, Natascha, 04

Ortolani, A., 0J

Park, Eun-Bin, 0V

Parracino, S., 06

Peluso, E., 06

Petrenko, Maksym, 02

Philipp, Andreas, 0C

Postylyakov, Oleg, 0O, 0Y

Priestley, Kory J., 0I

Riedel, Sebastian, 04

Riedel, Till, 0C

Riihimaki, Laura, 0A

Riley, Erin A., 0A

Rossi, R., 06

Saint-Antonin, Laurent, 0B

Sano, Itaru, 03, 0W, 0X

Schäfer, Klaus, 0C

Schmutz, Nicolas, 0B

Schnelle-Kreis, Jürgen, 0C

Sen Jaiswal, Rajasri, 0G

Shapovalov, Vitaliy A., 0H

Smirnov, Alexander, 02

Smith, Nitchie, 0I

Smith, William L., 08

Su, Wenying, 0K

Sun-Mack, Sunny, 08

Szewczyk, Z. Peter, 0I

Thieman, Mandana, 0K

Thomas, Susan, 0I

Ventura, P., 06

Walikainen, Dale R., 0I

Welton, Ellsworth J., 05

Wendisch, Manfred, 0M

Woo, Sun-Hee, 0V

Yoshida, Akihito, 0W

Ziegler, Volker, 0C

Conference Committee

Symposium Chair

  • Klaus Schäfer, (Retired) Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, Institute of Meteorology and Climate Research (Germany)

Symposium Co-chair

  • Christopher M. U. Neale, University of Nebraska-Lincoln (United States), Daugherty Water for Food Institute (United States)

Conference Chairs

  • Adolfo Comerón, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain)

  • Evgueni I. Kassianov, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (United States)

  • Klaus Schäfer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany)

Conference Co-chairs

  • Richard H. Picard, ARCON Corporation (United States)

  • Konradin Weber, Fachhochschule Düsseldorf (Germany)

Conference Programme Committee

  • Aldo Amodeo, Istituto di Metodologie per l’Analisi Ambientale (Italy)

  • Christoph C. Borel-Donohue, U.S. Army Research Laboratory (United States)

  • Young Joon Kim, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (Korea, Republic of)

Session Chairs

  • 1 Atmospheric Profiling of Aerosol, Trace Gases, and Meteorological Parameters of Remote Sensing I

    Evgueni I. Kassianov, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (United States)

  • 2 Atmospheric Profiling of Aerosol, Trace Gases, and Meteorological Parameters of Remote Sensing II

    Adolfo Comerón, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Spain)

  • 3 Lidar, Radar, and Passive Atmospheric Measurements I

    Klaus Schäfer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany)

  • 4 Lidar, Radar, and Passive Atmospheric Measurements II

    Klaus Schäfer, Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (Germany)


The growing interest in remote sensing of clouds and atmosphere with both air quality and climate-related perspectives brought new incentives for developing enhanced sensors and awe-inspiring retrieval techniques. The proceedings contained in this volume present the reader with new advances in a broad range of disciplines related to remote sensing and environmental monitoring, and permit reflection on current challenges, future opportunities, and important applications. A diverse audience of leading experts and talented junior investigators from Europe, North America, and Asia shows the high level of international interest in the rapidly developing and multidisciplinary topics associated with remote sensing, environmental monitoring, and weather forecast. These topics were covered well by four oral sessions and one poster session with interesting presentations and enriching discussions. For example, an invited talk by Dr. Alexander Smirnov, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, USA, reviewed the most ground-breaking research on Maritime Aerosol Network optical depth measurements and stimulated a fruitful discussion. The meeting was held in Warsaw, Poland, a charming and historic city with remarkable cultural background. This flourishing artistic place is also well-known as the city of Chopin. It is our pleasure to acknowledge the SPIE Organizing Committee for managing this memorable meeting (with a touch of Chopin’s spirit) smoothly and thank all the participants for their valuable contributions.

Adolfo Comerón

Evgueni I. Kassianov

Klaus Schäfer

Richard H. Picard

Konradin Weber

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