Earth Observation and Arctic Research Joint Seminar Series (UHA/ARK)
This seminar series is organized by the Earth Observation (UHA) and Arctic
Research (ARK) units of the Finnish Meteorological Institute. Speakers are
encouraged to prepare their talks for a broad audience of scientists,
engineers and students. All speaker suggestions and also title suggestions
Seminars are held in the
at the Kumpula Campus on
Fridays at 14:15. The room is Tellus (3D19c) on the third floor.
Possible changes are noted in red.
Seminars are open for everyone. When you enter the FMI you get a visitor
badge from the lobby and someone will guide you to the seminar room.
||Direct space-based observations of anthropogenic CO2 emission areas from OCO-2
Janne Hakkarainen (FMI)
||Dust devils on Mars
Henrik Kahanpää (FMI)
The talk can be given in English or in Finnish and a suggested time limit
is about one hour. A typical duration is 30-45 mins. The speaker can tell
the audience to ask questions during the talk or at the end.
The slideshow can be displayed from the speaker's own laptop. It is also
possible to use the computer installed in the seminar room, but in this
case, please check in advance the compatibility of the presentation file.
Other Seminar Series
Geophysics and Astronomy
Department of Physics / HIP joint colloquia seminars