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Numbers in the index correspond to the last two digits of the six-digit citation identifier (CID) article numbering system used in Proceedings of SPIE. The first four digits reflect the volume number. Base 36 numbering is employed for the last two digits and indicates the order of articles within the volume. Numbers start with 00, 01, 02, 03, 04, 05, 06, 07, 08, 09, 0A, 0B…0Z, followed by 10-1Z, 20-2Z, etc.

Adame, José Antonio, 09

Adler-Golden, Steven, 08

Agishev, Ravil, 0U

Alados-Arboledas, Lucas, 0E

Amram, Solène, 04, 1R

Andreev, Maksim S., 19

Andrey, Javier, 09

Antonini, Andrea, 0V

Arsenyan, Tatiana I., 1O

Augustin, Patrick, 0E

Azarian, Adrian, 1N

Baklanov, Alexander, 06

Baldasano, José María, 0F

Balin, Yurii, 0I

Banks, Robert F., 0F

Barbré, Robert E., Jr., xv

Barnard, James, 05

Barragan, Rubén, 0E

Barros, Rui, 1L

Beche, Arnaud, 04

Benoist, Koen W., 1H

Bezawada, Naidu N., 0P

Bhartia, Pawan K., 0K

Black, Martin, 0P

Bonafons, Pierrick, 04

Bondur, Valery, 06

Born, Andrew J., 0P

Borovoi, Anatoli, 0I

Borovski, Alexander, 0T

Bösch, Hartmut, 0P

Brunzendorf, J., 0D

Carboni, Elisa, 13, 15

Chamberland, Martin, 0O

Charnotskii, Mikhail, 1Q

Chazette, Patrick, 0E

Chen, Hong, 0K

Chen, Zhong, 0K

Chervet, Patrick, 04

Chu, Zhigang, 1G

Chulichkov, Alexey I., 19

Coetzee, Gert J. R., 1J

Comerón, Adolfo, 0E, 0U

Córdoba-Jabonero, Carmen, 03, 09

Cros, S., 02

Cuevas, Emilio, 03, 09

D’Addario, Larry, xv

Daniels, Janet, 0X

Decker, Ryan K., xv

Degache, M. A. C., 1S

de Jong, Arie N., 1H

DeLand, Matthew T., 0K

de Leeuw, Gerrit, 06

Del Frate, Fabio, 13, 15

Duan, Jiazhu, 1W

Dulac, François, 0E

Duval, François-Régis, 1R

Duval, Marc, 0O

Dzhola, Anatoly, 0T

Ebert, V., 0D

Elokhov, Alexander, 0T

Emeis, Stefan, 0S

Engel, A., 1K

Englander, A., 1K

Farley, Vincent, 0O

Finn, Anthony, 0Q, 0R

Fleig, Albert, 0K

Flynn, Connor, 05

Franklin, Stephen, 0Q

Gagnon, Marc-André, 0O

Geldzahler, Barry, xv

Gil-Ojeda, Manuel, 03, 09

Gładysz, Szymon, 1L, 1N, 1P, 1T

Gómez, Laura, 09

Gorkavyi, Nick, 0K

Grainger, Roy Gordon, 13, 15

Grechko, Evgeny, 0T

Griessbach, Sabine, 14

Griffith, Derek J., 1I, 1J

Gunter, Willem H., 1H

Guo, Huadong, 06

Guyot, Éric, 0O

Haken, Michael, 0K

Hall, Peter, 0K

Hodges, Gary, 05

Hoffmann, Lars, 0L, 14

Hoogeboom, Peter, 17

Hou, W., 1P

Huddleston, Lisa L., xv

Humpage, Neil, 0P

Jaross, Glen R., 0K

Kablukova, E. G., 0N

Kahn, Daniel, 0K

Kamarul Zaman, Nurul Amalin Fatihah, 0J

Kanaev, A. V., 1P

Kanaya, Yugo, 0T

Kanniah, K. D., 0J

Kargin, B. A., 0N

Kasimov, Nikolai, 06

Kassianov, Evgueni I., 05

Keary, Sarah, 1L

Kerminen, Veli-Matti, 06

Klein Baltink, H., 17

Konoshonkin, Alexander, 0I

Kotlyakov, Vladimir, 06

Kou, Leilei, 1G

Kowitt, Mark, 0K

Kulmala, Markku, 06

Kusaka, Takashi, 0C

Kustova, Natalia, 0I

Landulfo, Eduardo, 03

Lappalainen, Hanna K., 06

Larroza, Eliane G., 03

Larsen, Jack C., 0K

Legelli, Stefan, 0S

Léon, Jean-François, 0E

Li, Hui, 1U

Li, Li, 11

Li, Nan, 1G

Li, Youkuan, 1V

Li, Yunlong, 17

Liandrat, O., 02

Lim, H. Q., 0J

Linda, Mike, 0K

Ling, Hong, 0S

Lisenko, A. A., 0N

Liu, Kan, 1U

Liu, Qinhuo, 11

Lukin, Vladimir P., 1X

Luo, Yongquan, 1W

Mack, A., 1S

Main-Knorn, Magdalena, 0W

Malherbe, Claire, 04

Mallet, Marc, 0E

Marin Palomo, Pablo, 1T

Matt, S., 1P

Matvienko, Gennadii, 06

Mazza, Alessandro, 0V

Md. Reba, Mohd Nadzri, 0J

Meade, Joshua, 0Q

Medvedev, Andrey P., 19

Melani, Samantha, 0V

Meyer, Catrin I., 0L, 14

Michalsky, Joseph, 05

Miller, Michael J., xv

Miyazaki, Go, 0C

Moisseev, Dmitri, 06

Monnier, Goulven, 04, 1R

Morabito, David D., xv

Morgan, Jennifer G., xv

Mukai, Sonoyo, 16

Münkel, Christoph, 0S

Nakaema, Walter M., 03

Nakata, Makiko, 12, 16

Nikolaeva, Oksana A., 1O

Nwaboh, J., 0D

Ochoa, Héctor, 03

O’Connor, Ewan, 06

October, Faith J., 1H

Olmo, Francisco José, 0E

Ortolani, Alberto, 0V

Palmer, Paul I., 0P

Pan, Fan, 1U

Parr-Burman, Phil M., 0P

Pearson, David, 0P

Petäjä, Tuukka, 06

Pflug, Bringfried, 0W

Piscini, Alessandro, 13, 15

Porat, O., 1K

Postylyakov, Oleg V., 0T, 19

Priestley, Kory J., 0X, 0Y

Ramkilowan, Arshath, 1I, 1J

Renard, Jean-Baptiste, 0E

Restaino, Sergio R., 1P

Richtsmeier, Steven, 08

Riihimaki, Laura, 05

Rocadenbosch, Francesc, 0E, 0F

Roeder, William P., xv

Rogers, Kevin, 0Q, 0R

Russchenberg, Herman W. J., 17

Samokhvalov, Ignatii, 0I

Sano, Itaru, 16

Savary, Simon, 0O

Schäfer, Klaus, 0S

Schmutz, N., 02

Schwering, Piet B. W., 1H

Sébastien, N., 02

Seibert, Marc A., xv

Serdyukov, A., 0D

Shapira, J., 1K

Shtemenko, Ludmila S., 1O

Shugaev, Fedor V., 1O

Sicard, Michaël, 0E

Smith, G. Louis, 0X, 0Y

Sorribas, Mar, 09

Sprung, Detlev, 1I, 1J

Strachan, Jonathan, 0P

Sucher, Erik, 1I, 1J

Suhareva, Natalia A., 1O

Sukhorukov, Anatoly P., 1O

Sundberg, Robert, 08

Szewczyk, Z. Peter, 0Y

Thomas, Susan, 0X

Tiana-Alsina, Jordi, 0F

Toselli, Italo, 1L

Totems, Julien, 0E

Tremblay, Pierre, 0O

van Eijk, Alexander M. J., 1S

van Iersel, M., 1S

van Staden, Ryno, 1J

Vick, Andrew J. A., 0P

Vrahimis, George, 1H

Wang, Zhenhui, 1G

Warner, Jeremy, 0K

Wells, Martyn, 0P

Werhahn, O., 0D

Werwein, V., 0D

Willers, Cornelius J., 1J

Wu, Yuntao, 1U

Xie, Xiaolin, 1U

Xin, Xiaozhou, 10, 11

Xu, Dan, 1G

Xu, Philippe Q., 0K

Yatcheva, Lydia, 1L

Yu, Shanshan, 10, 11

Zepp, Andreas, 1T

Zhang, Dayong, 1W

Zhang, Feizhou, 1V

Zhang, Hailong, 10, 11

Zhang, Jiahua, 06

Zhang, Jianzhu, 1V

Zhang, Yanduo, 1U

Zhao, Xiangjie, 1W

Zhu, Tong, 0K

Zilitinkevich, Sergej, 06

Conference Committees

Symposium Chair

Charles R. Bostater Jr., Florida Institute of Technology (United States)

Symposium Co-chairs

Ulrich Michel, University of Education Heidelberg (Germany)

Bart Snijders, TNO (Netherlands)

Part A Remote Sensing of Clouds and the Atmosphere XIX

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-chair

Richard H. Picard, ARCON Corporation (United States)

Conference Programme Committee

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

Christoph C. Borel, Air Force Institute of Technology (United States)

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

Michiel van Weele, Koninklijk Nederlands Meteorologisch Instituut (Netherlands)

Konradin Weber, Fachhochschule Düsseldorf (Germany)

Part B Optics in Atmospheric Propagation and Adaptive Systems XVII

Conference Chairs

Karin Stein, Fraunhofer-Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung (Germany)

John D. Gonglewski, European Office of Aerospace Research and Development (United Kingdom)

Conference Programme Committee

Ivo Buske, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (Germany)

Sylvain Cheinet, Institut Franco-Allemand de Recherches de Saint-Louis (France)

David C. Dayton, Applied Technology Associates (United States)

Gregory C. Dente, Air Force Research Laboratory (United States)

Denis Dion Jr., Defence Research and Development Canada, Valcartier (Canada)

Stephen Hammel, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command (United States)

Vladimir P. Lukin, V.E. Zuev Institute of Atmospheric Optics (Russian Federation)

Cheryl Matson, University of California, San Diego (United States)

Sergio R. Restaino, U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (United States)

Jim Riker, Air Force Research Laboratory (United States)

Marc J. F. Séchaud, ONERA (France)

Alexander M. J. van Eijk, TNO Defence, Security and Safety (Netherlands)

Arthur D. van Rheenen, Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (Norway)

Mikhail A. Vorontsov, University of Dayton (United States)

Session Chairs

Characterization of the Environment

Karin Stein, Fraunhofer-Institut für Optronik, Systemtechnik und Bildauswertung (Germany)

Propagation through Optical Turbulence

John D. Gonglewski, European Office of Aerospace Research and Development (United Kingdom)

Imaging through Turbulent Media

Alexander M. J. van Eijk, TNO Defence, Security and Safety (Netherlands)

Wavefront Sensing

Ivo Buske, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V. (Germany)

Introduction to Part A: Remote Sensing of Clouds and the Atmosphere XIX

The desire to improve our understanding of the Earth's climate is at an all-time high and this, along with other critical needs, requires development of advanced remote-sensing instruments and corresponding innovative retrievals. A rich diversity of related topics was covered in the Remote Sensing of Clouds and Atmosphere Conference with 44 presenters from Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia, and Australia. A large international participation (15 countries were represented) clearly demonstrated a high level of worldwide interest in the current state of remote sensing, its impressive applications, and future directions. Engaging and high-quality presentations from participants during three oral and one poster sessions formed the heart of the conference—which included both talented early career researchers and distinguished senior scientists. In particular, two invited speakers, Prof. Mace (University of Utah, United States) and Prof. Petäjä (University of Helsinki, Finland), covered a remarkably diverse range of topics within the conference charter and stimulated active and fruitful discussions. The meeting was held in Amsterdam, a delightful city with numerous picturesque bridges over the city's canals. Similar to previous SPIE conferences, this conference in Amsterdam offered invaluable “bridges” in terms of science and human connections, and fostered an encouraging environment for sharing ideas and findings with other researchers from around the world. We are indebted to all participants for their valuable contributions and the SPIE Organizing Committee and hosting organizers from the Netherlands for a smoothly managed and well-organized conference. These contributions and hospitality formed a true team effort that resulted in a conference that was both enjoyable and highly successful.

Adolfo Comerón

Evgueni I. Kassianov

Klaus Schäfer

Richard H. Picard

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