Invited Talks

Invited Talks

I36. R. Calhoun, Bill Brandt, “Lidar assisted wind farm control and forecasting”, CAISO, CA, May 2013.

I35. R. Calhoun, “Scanning Doppler Lidar for Wind Power”, Remote Sensing Summer School, Boulder, Colorado, June 12, 2012.

I34. R Calhoun, R Krishnamurthy and A Choukulkar, ” Feed-forward Control application of scanning Doppler lidar”, Intel Corporation, 2012.

I33. R Calhoun, R Krishnamurthy and A Choukulkar,  “3D Scanning Lidars and Wind resource assessment” Texas Tech Symposium, Texas, 2012

I32. R Calhoun, R Krishnamurthy and A Choukulkar, ” 3-D Scanning Doppler lidar for Wind farm characterization, layout and control”, Intel Corporation, 2011

I31.  R. Calhoun, ” Remote Sensing in Wind Energy”, Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey, August 3, 2011.

I30. R.Calhoun, Directors Colloquium, Savannah River National Laboratory, “Application of Doppler Lidar to Wind Energy “, Savannah River National Laboratory, Jan 13, 2011.

I29.  R.Calhoun, “Environmental Remote Sensing at ASU”, Naval Research Laboratory, Monterey June 23, 2010.

I28.  R. Calhoun, “Environmental Remote Sensing”, Washington State University, March 23, 2010.

I27.  R. Calhoun, “What to do with a Doppler lidar? Ongoing and Previous Research Projects”, Invited Seminar at the Ecole Polytechnic Federal Lausanne, Laboratory of Environmental Fluid Mechanics and Hydrology, July 2009.

I26.  M. Parlange, M. Froidevaux, C. Higgins, V. Simeonov, I. Serikov, P. Ristori, H. van den Bergh, and R. Calhoun, 2009, “A new generation high resolution Raman lidar to measure temperature and humidity at the land-atmosphere interface”, invited talk (presenter – R. Calhoun), EGU, HS1.1, 10154.

I25.  R. Calhoun, “Atmospheric Remote Sensing”, University of Notre Dame, Feb. 6, 2009.

I24.  R. Calhoun, 2007:  Annual Professorial Lecture, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Seminar Series, Arizona State University, Tempe Campus, September 14.

I23.  R. Calhoun, 2007:  “Remote Sensing of Atmospheric Flows in Complex Terrain”, Ecosystem Seminar Series, Arizona State University, November 14.

I22.  R. Calhoun, 2007:  “Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere:  Recent Deployments”, University of California, Davis, Guest Seminar, April 3.

I21.  R. Calhoun, 2007:  “ASU TREX Progress”, NSF Research Workshop for T-REX, Boulder, Colorado, April 17.

I20.  R. Calhoun, 2007:  “Wagerup – Initial Results”, Briefing for Western Australian Department Environment and Conservation, March 19th.

I19.  R. Calhoun, 2007:  “Combined Sensor and Modeling Approaches for Environmental Flows”, University of Houston, Invited Seminar, March 9.

I18.  R. Calhoun, 2007:  “Combined Sensor and Modeling Approaches for Environmental Flows”, University of North Dakota, Invited Seminar, April 3.

I17.  R. Calhoun, Department of Mechanical Engineering Colloquium, University of California, Riverside, March 9, 2007.

I16.  R. Calhoun, “Combined sensor and modeling approaches for environmental flows”, Princeton University, Civil Engineering Seminar, April 3, 2006.

I15.  R. Calhoun, “Cutting edge technology:  The use of lidar in meteorological and pollution research”, Engineers Australia, Western Australia Division, Panel of the Society for Sustainability & Environmental Engineering in conjunction with the Clean Air Society of Australia & New Zealand, Perth, Australia, February 3, 2006.

I14.  R. Calhoun, “Combined sensor and modeling approaches for environmental flows”, University of California, San Diego, Mechanical Engineering Seminar, Feb 15, 2006.

I13.  R. Calhoun and H. Fernando, “Fluid Mechanics of Urban Environments”, School of Earth and Space Exploration, Arizona State University, Spring Seminar Series, Feb. 8, 2006.

I12.  R. Calhoun, and H. Fernando, “Lidar remote sensing at Arizona State University”, TREX workshop, November, 2005.

I11.  R. Calhoun, “Wind and turbulence profiles from coherent Doppler lidar”, U.S. Army White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, October 20, 2005.  

I10.  R. Calhoun, “Remote sensing of winds and particulates in urban areas”, Ecosystems Seminar Series, Arizona State University, Sept. 14, 2005. 

I9.  R. Calhoun, “Remote sensing with coherent Doppler Lidar”, University of Notre Dame, Sept. 1, 2006.

I8.  R. Calhoun, “ASU’s lidar research”, Universitaet Karlsruhe, Karlsruhe, July 20, 2004.

I7.  R. Calhoun, “Report on ASU’s contribution to JU2003”, Oklahoma City, JU2003 Workshop, May 18, 2004.

I6. R. Calhoun, and H. Fernando,  “Introduction to LIDAR for Environmental Sensing Applications, Frontiers in Assessment Methods for the Environment (FAME), University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN, August 10-13, 2003.

I5.  R. Calhoun, “ASU lidar research”, ASU Dean’s Research Briefing, Arizona State University, March 18, 2003.

I4.  R. Calhoun, J. Sommer, “Lidar data assimilation strategies for dispersion modeling systems, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, November, 2003. 

I3.  R. Calhoun, “An introduction to ASU’s Lidar”, Environmental Fluids Seminar, Arizona State University, Fall, 2002.

I2.  R. Calhoun, “An initial report on the DOE urban dispersion experiment in Salt Lake City”, Winter Quarter Fluid Mechanics Lecture Series, Stanford University, Feb. 5, 2001.

I1.  R. Calhoun, “Catastrophic Atmospheric Releases:  Models and Experiments”, Environmental Fluids Seminar, Arizona State University, Fall, 2001.

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