European Facility For Airborne Research Jan. 18, 2020, 13:59
(Registrations closed on May, 20th 2011 - 6.00pm)
The 4th EUFAR FP7 Training Course "School ON Aircraft Techniques for the studies of Atmospheric chemistry" (SONATA), organized by CETEMPS-University L'Aquila has been held from August 17th to 28th 2011 at Pescara, Italy.
The aim of the school was to train early-stage researchers and university lecturers in airborne research focused on atmospheric composition and chemistry. The course has provided an overview on atmospheric chemistry with emphasis on airborne observations, as well as training on airborne instrumentation, measurement, data analysis and interpretation. The aircraft operator (FAAM) has also informed the students about issues specific to airborne measurements, such as safety rules, flight plan design and constraints, instrument calibration and operation. Each researcher who intended to participate have applied online at the EUFAR website. Subject to operational constraints, participants had the opportunity to participate in a research flight on the FAAM instrumented BAe-146 aircraft. Data will then be processed and analyzed with the support of experienced users of airborne facilities and form the basis for the final report.
The target audience were:
The participants of the SONATA training course has been selected by the EUFAR Office, the EUFAR Education&Training coordinator and the host based on CV/scientific background, interest, expectation and contribution to the training course and flight experiment.
Programme available here.
Travel and subsistence expenses will be 100% supported by EUFAR (travel to training course location, transfers, accommodation, meals, etc).
Aircraft tickets must be booked, if practical, at least 2 months before the departure date in order to get the most favourable rate. All travel must be done at the economical rate.
|DI CARLO Piero||CETEMPS - University of L'Aquila||ITALY|
|MCQUAID Jim||University of Leeds||UNITED KINGDOM|
|BEKHAT Sabrina||METEO-FRANCE (EUFAR Office)||FRANCE|
|REUSEN Ils||VITO (EUFAR E&T Coordinator)||BELGIUM|
|ARUFFO Eleonor||CETEMPS - University of L'Aquila||ITALY|
|BEDDOWS David||University of Birmingham||UNITED KINGDOM|
|BIANCOFIORE Fabio||CETEMPS - University of L'Aquila||ITALY|
|BOSSIOLI Elissavet||National and Kapodistrian University of Athens||GREECE|
|BOTTYAN Zsolt||Zrinyi Miklos National Defence University||HUNGARY|
|HUENEKE Tilman||University of Heidelberg||GERMANY|
|KUZMANOSKI Maja||Institute of Physics Belgrade||SERBIA|
|LAITI Lavinia||University of Trento||ITALY|
|MACINTYRE Helen||University of Leeds||UNITED KINGDOM|
|PROTONOTARIOU Anna||National and Kapodistrian University of Athens||GREECE|
|SIUDEK Patrycja||Institute of Oceanography Gdansk University||POLAND|
|TITOS VELA Gloria||University of Granada||SPAIN|
|TSURUMARU Hiroshi||Tokyo Metropolitan University||JAPAN|
|WOODHOUSE Matthew||University of Leeds||UNITED KINGDOM|
|ZIKOVA Nadezda||Charles University||CZECH REPUBLIC|
This project has received funding from the European Union's Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no. 312609