ICLAS: International Coordination-group on Laser Atmospheric Studies
 
 

INABA Prize:

1. This prize is awarded during each ILRC to an individual under the age of 40 who is judged to have presented the best paper at the ILRC.

2. The award consists of a scroll and a cash prize of US $1,200.

3. The Committee for selecting and confirming the recipient of this prize consists of members of the ILRC program committee, the chairpersons of the organizing/steering committee, and the ICLAS chairperson.

4. The ICLAS chairperson is responsible for supervising the Inaba funds.


Inaba Prize Winners:

Year
Name
ILRC
1994
Dr. Albert Ansman
17th
Sendai, Japan
for his outstanding paper entitled: "Determination of Pinatubo-Aerosol Optical Depth and Microphysical Parameters without Critical Assumptions"
1996
Dr. Mathilde Douard
18th
Berlin, Germany
for her outstanding paper entitled: "A Fourier Transfer Lidar"
1998
Dr. Liesl M. Little
19th
Annapolis, Maryland, U.S.A.
for her outstanding paper entitled: "Initial Development of a Fiber-Based Lidar System for Atmospheric Water Vapor Measurements" (Liesl M. Little et al.)
2000
Dr. Gorazd Poberaj
20th
Vichy, France

 

 

for his outstanding paper entitled: "Airborne All-Solid-State DIAL for Water Vapor Measurements in the Tropopause Region"
2002
Dr.Paolo Di Girolamo
Universita degli Studi della Basilicata, Potenza, Italy

21st
Quebec, Canada

  for his outstading paper entitled: "Simulation of the Lidar Dark Band Phenomenon"
2004
Dr. Vincent Noel
22nd
Matera City, Basilicata, Italy
  for his outstanding paper entitled: "Study of Ice Crystals Orientation in Ice Clouds based on Polarized Observations from the FARS Scanning Lidar"
2006
Yongxiang Hu
NASA LaRC
, Hampton, VA, U.S.A.
23nd
Nara City, Japan
  for his outstanding paper entitled: "A Simple Multiple Scaterring-Depolarization Relation of Water Clouds and its Potential Applications"
2008
Yukari Hara
National Institute for Environmental Studies
, 16-2 Onogawa, Tsukuba, 305-8506, Japan
24nd
Boulder, Colorado, U.S.A.
  for his outstanding paper entitled: "3D Transport Structure of Asian Dust Retrieved by NASA CALIOP and a Dust Transport Model Assimilated with the NIES Lidar Network Data"(S07P-09)


 
 

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