Find Your Program Committee Representative
Fall Meeting Program Committee representatives have the responsibility for developing and organizing the entire scientific program. The Program Committee members, under the direction of the Chair, AGU Fall Meeting, are essential to implementing strategies that achieve the AGU Board’s objectives to create innovative and impactful scientific meetings and to develop a dynamic program for the AGU Fall Meeting.
To find the Program Committee representative(s) for your section, please use the search feature below. You may choose a section from the drop-down menu, or simply search by keyword.
- Name: Charles Luce
- Organization: USDA Forest Service
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Name: Sergio Vinciguerra
- Organization: University of Turin
- Email: FMPC_MR@agu.org
Sergio’s research integrates field data from seismic, ground deformation and chemistry monitoring with rock mechanics and petrophysics in order to better understand the deformation processes leading to earthquake and volcanic eruptions occurrences. He extensively worked on physical and mechanical properties of rocks with relation to studies of seismic tomographies, seismotectonics and transport properties.
- Name: Lowell Miyagi
- Organization: University of Utah
- Email: email@example.com
- Name: Robert Weiss
- Organization: Virginia Tech
- Email: FMPC_NH@agu.org
- Name: Tony Song
- Organization: Jet Propulsion Laboratory
- Email: Tony.Song@jpl.nasa.gov
- Name: Andy Parsekian
- Organization: University of Wyoming
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Name: Steven Fletcher
- Organization: Colorado State University
- Email: email@example.com
Steven Fletcher is a Research Scientist III at the Cooperative Institute for Research in the Atmosphere (CIRA) at Colorado State University (CSU), and received his Ph.D. in Mathematics applied to control variable transforms in data assimilation from the Department of Mathematics at the University of Reading. His area of research is focused on non-Gaussian based variational and PSAS data assimilation system. He has been on the FMPC since 2013 representing the Nonlinear Geophysics Focus Group.
- Name: Chuck Nittrouer
- Organization: University of Washington Seattle
- Email: FMPC_OS@agu.org
- Name: Claudia Benitez-Nelson
- Organization: University of South Carolina
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Name: Victoria Coles
- Organization: University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
- Email: FMPC_OS@agu.org
Victoria’s research focuses on understanding the interactions between physical and biogeochemical ocean processes in both coastal and open ocean regimes. She uses both observations and models of coupled systems using strategies that bridge widely varying spatial and temporal scales to better understand how event scale, or individual scale processes influence the dynamics of the whole system. The common theme is how nonlinear interactions between physics, biogeochemistry and ecology are influenced by climate variability.