Climate Changes in Asia and Africa: Laboratory, Field, Remote-sensing and Modelling studies
Name: Naruki Hiranuma
Department: Dept. of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences
University: West Texas A&M University
Biography: Dr. Naruki Hiranuma is an atmospheric scientist, holding a research and teaching appointment at West Texas A&M University (WTAMU). He currently heads the WTAMU’s Atmospheric and Aerosol Measurement Laboratory where he leads the research on dusts, biological aerosols and aerosol-cloud-climate interactions. Before joining WTAMU, he was at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany to work on the German government-funded INUIT (Ice Nuclei research UnIT) project, and he led the collaborative multi-institutional laboratory work with a total of 14 institutions, including 7 from Germany, 4 from the US, 1 from the UK, 1 from Switzerland and 1 from Japan. Dr. Hiranuma has considerable experience in the composition of scientific literature and grant proposals. He has published 10 first author peer-reviewed papers and done 36 oral and 23 poster presentations at international scientific meetings. He also serves as a journal and proposal reviewer on a regular basis.
Last day for submissions: December 20, 2019
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