Understanding Winter Smog

Friday, November 17, 2017 - 11:00am to 1:00pm
Dean's Smart Room. 4th Floor. SSE Building

LUMS Center for Water Informatics & Technology presents

Understanding Winter Smog

Speaker: Dr. Maudood Khan

About the Speaker

Dr. Maudood Khan has almost a decade of experience in the use of remote sensing observations within earth system models to understand the processes that govern the origin, transport, transformation, and fate of atmospheric gases and particles. A graduate of Eliot School of International Affairs, George Washington University; Georgia Institute of Technology, and University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Dr. Khan's research has primarily focussed on the characterization of the land surface and aerosol-cloud interactions. He served as a Senior Scientist at the Center for System Studies at the University of Alabama in Huntsville. Created under the leadership of former NASA Administrator Dr. Mike Griffin, the Center aimed to address the need for "systems thinking" in the industry and the government, to understand the many complex ways that technology, nature, people, and society interact so that proposed engineered solutions are more suitable, predictable and resilient. Currently, he is an Associate Partner at ADDO AI and a collaborator with WIT on air-land-water interactions for agriculture and water resource management.  


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