大氣反演世界級泰斗科學家William L. Smith, Sr.

Curriculum Vitae William L. Smith, Sr. 我公司所代理的地基光譜儀是由W.L. Smith Sr,Smith教授所設計,Smith是全球反演領域首席專家,目前很多美國發射的氣象類衛星上的探測器均由Smith教授設計,比如:

Nimbus‐5 ITPR(“雨云” ?。?號上搭載的7 通道紅外溫度廓線輻射計 ITPR).

Nimbus‐6 ERB

Nimbus‐6 HIRS,(雨云6號衛星搭載的高分辨率紅外探測器HIRS),

Aqua搭載的AIRS(Aqua是OES系統中的一個衛星)

地球靜止軌道環境業務衛星(GOES) 搭載的G‐HIS,

諾阿衛星(NOAA)·/國家極軌業務環境衛星(NPOESS) ITS/2011年發射的國家極地軌道伴隨衛星(NPP)搭載的跨軌跡紅外探測器(CrIS), EO‐3 GIFTS.

以下是Smith教授的英文簡歷: ________________________________________________________________________ Curriculum Vitae William L. Smith, Sr.

________________________________________________________________________ Personal Data: Born May 13, 1942; Detroit, Michigan; married, eight children; residence at 117 Creek Circle, Seaford, VA 23696, (757) 874‐7294.

Education: B.S. (Meteorology), St. Louis University, 1963, M.S. (Meteorology), University of Wisconsin, 1964, Ph.D. (Meteorology), University of Wisconsin, 1966.

Summary: Dr. Smith is Distinguished Professor of the Department of Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences at the Hampton University, Hampton Virginia and Professor Emeritus of the Department of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Wisconsin – Madison. Professor Smith was the Principal Investigator of several satellite programs for NOAA (1966‐1984), Professor of Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences at the University of Wisconsin‐Madison (1984‐1997) where he also directed the Cooperative Institute for Meteorological Satellite Studies (CIMSS) and subsequently the positions of Chief, Atmospheric Sciences Division, and Senior Scientist at the NASA’s Langley Research Center (1997‐2004). Dr. Smith is an active satellite and airborne experimentalist. He has been Principal Investigator of three highly successful Nimbus research satellite experiments. Most notably, Dr. Smith pioneered the hyper‐spectral resolution sounding technique that is being used for current and future polar satellite advanced infrared sounding systems (e.g., the Aqua/AIRS, MetOp/IASI, and NPP/NPOESS CrIS). Dr. Smith is the Principal Scientist for the Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer (GIFTS) completed as an engineering development unit and prototype for future geostationary satellite operational sounding sensors (e.g., the GOES‐HES). Dr. Smith is also the Principal Investigator of numerous aircraft infrared remote‐sensing systems including the high altitude High resolution Interferometer Sounder and the NPOESS Aircraft Sounding Testbed Interferometer, which flies aboard the NASA ER‐2, WB‐57, and the Northrop‐ Grumman Proteus aircraft. Dr. Smith was the innovator and principal investigator of the Ocean Temperature Interferometric Survey (OTIS) experiment, conducted with a shipboard implementation of the Atmospheric Emitted Radiance Interferometer in January 1995. The success of the OTIS led to the production of the Marine Atmospheric Emitted Radiance Interferometer (M‐AERI), recognized world wide as the most accurate sea surface skin temperature measurement device in existence. Dr. Smith has published more than 150 papers in the scientific literature and has contributed to books used for scientific research and teaching. Dr. Smith has received numerous awards for his research accomplishments in the field of atmospheric science.

Instrument Principal Investigator: Satellite (6): Nimbus‐5 ITPR. Nimbus‐6 ERB, Nimbus‐6 HIRS, GOES G‐HIS, NOAA/NPOESS ITS/CrIS, EO‐3 GIFTS. Aircraft (2): NASA CV‐990 BITPR, NASA ER‐2 HIS, IPO NAST. Ship (1): OTIS (first MAERI) experiment.

Major Awards: American Meteorological Society Clarence LeRoy Meisenger Award (1970), Department of Commerce Gold Medal Award (1973), Fellow of the American Meteorological Society (1980), Symons Memorial Lecturer of the British Meteorology Society (1990), William Nordberg Memorial Lecturer of NASA (1990), American Meteorological Society Verner E. Suomi Award (1998), American Meteorological Society Remote Sensing Lecture Award (1998)

Societies and Organization Membership: American Meteorological Society, Optical Society of America, and Sigma Xi, IAMAS International Radiation Commission (served as President and Vice‐president), International TOVS Working Group of the International Radiation Commission (served as originating Chair). Editor, Journal of Climate and Applied Meteorology, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Massachusetts (1982‐1985).

Publications and Television Science Roles: Journals (121), Books (3), Government Technical Reports and Memoranda (21), Meeting Proceedings (100’s), Theses (3), Television (3)

Smith, W. L., H. M. Woolf, and W. J. Jacob, 1970: A regression method for obtaining real time temperature and geopotential height profiles from satellite spectrometer measurements and its application to Nimbus‐III ‘SIRS’ observations. Mon. Wea. Rev., 98, 582‐603.

Smith, W. L., H. M. Woolf, and H. E. Fleming, 1972: Retrieval of atmospheric temperature profiles from satellite measurements for dynamical forecasting. J. Appl. Meteor., 11, 113‐122.

Smith, W. L. and H. M. Woolf, 1976: The use of eigenvectors of statistical co‐variance matrices for interpreting satellite sounding radiometer observations. J. Atmos. Sci., 33, 1127‐1140.

Smith, W. L., V. E. Suomi, W. P. Menzel, H. M. Woolf, L. A. Sromovsky, H. E. Revercomb, C. M. Hayden, D. N. Erickson, and F. R. Mosher, 1981: First sounding results from VAS‐D. Bull. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 62, 232‐236.

Smith, W. L., 1983: The retrieval of atmospheric profiles from VAS geostationary radiance observations. J. Atmos. Sci., 40, 2025‐2035.

Smith, W. L., H. M. Woolf, and H. E. Revercomb, 1991: A linear simultaneous solution for temperature and absorbing constitutent profiles from radiance spectra. Appl. Optics., 30, 1117‐1123.

Ma, X. L., W. L. Smith, and T. J. Schmit, 1998: A Non‐Linear Physical Retrieval Algorithm ‐ Its Application to the GOES‐8/9 Sounder. Journal of Applied Meteorology: Vol. 38, No. 5, pp. 501– 513.

Smith, W. L., H. B. Howell, and H. M. Woolf, 1979: The use of interferometric radiance measurements for sounding the atmosphere. J. Atmos. Sci., 36, 566‐575.

Smith, W. L., H. E. Revercomb, D. D. LaPorte, L. A. Sromovsky, S. Silverman, H. M. Woolf, H. B. Howell, R. O. Knuteson, and H.‐L. Huang, 1990: GHIS ‐ The GOES High resolution Interferometer Sounder. J. Appl. Meteor., 29, 1189‐1204.

Smith, W. L., 1991: Atmospheric soundings from satellites ‐ false expectation or the key to improved weather prediction? Royal Meteorological Society, Symons Memorial Lecture, London, UK, May 16, 1990. J. Roy. Meteor. Soc., 117, 267‐297. Smith, William L.; Harrison, F. Wallace; Revercomb, Henry E. and Bingham, Gail E.. Geostationary Fourier Transform Spectrometer (GIFTS) ‐ The New Millenium Earth Observing‐3 Mission [Geostationary Imaging Fourier Transform Spectrometer (GIFTS) ‐ The New Millennium Earth Observing‐3 Mission]. IRS 2000: Current problems in atmospheric radiation. Proceedings of the International Radiation Symposium, St. Petersburg, Russia, 24‐29 July 2000. A. Deepak Publishing, Hampton, VA, 2001, pp.81‐84. \ Smith W. L., F, W. Harrison, D. Hinton, V. Parsons, A. M. Larar, H. E. Revercomb, H. L. Huang, C. Velden, W. P. Menzel, R. Petersen, G. E. Bingham and R. Huppi, “GIFTS‐ A System for wind profiling from geostationary satellites”, in Proceedings, the Fifth International Winds Workshop, Lorne Australia, 28 February – 3 March, 2000. Smith, W. L.; Harrison, F.W.; Hinton, D.E.; Revercomb, H.E.; Bingham, G.E.; Petersen, R., and Dodge, J.C. GIFTS‐The precursor geostationary satellite component of the future earth observing system. In: IGARSS 02: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, 2002. Proceedings, v.1. Piscataway, NJ, Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers, Inc. (IEEE), 2002, pp357‐361.

Smith, W. L. Sr., D. K. Zhou, A. M. Larar, S. A. Mango, H. B. Howell, R. O. Knuteson, H. E, Revercomb, and W. L. Smith Jr. (2005), The NPOESS Airborne Sounding Testbed Interferometer – Remotely Sensed Surface and Atmospheric Conditions during CLAMS, J. Atmos. Sci., 62, 1118– 1134.

Zhou, D. K., W. L. Smith, J. Li, G. W. Cantwell, A. M. Larar, J.‐J. Tsou, and S. Mango, 2003: Geophysical product retrieval methodology for NAST‐I and validation Applied Optics, 41, 6957 – 6967.

Zhou, D. K., W. L. Smith, X. Liu, A. M. Larar, H.‐L. A. Huang, J. Li, M. J. McGill, and S. A. Mango (2005), Thermodynamic and cloud parameters retrieval using infrared spectral data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32

Zhou, Daniel K.; Smith, William L. Sr.; Liu, Xu; Larar, Allen M.; Mango, Stephen A. and Huang, Hung‐Lung. Physically retrieving cloud and thermodynamic parameters from ultraspectral IR measurements. Journal of the Atmospheric Sciences, Volume 64, Issue 3, 2007, pp.969‐982.

Smith, W. L., and D. K. Zhou, H‐L Huang, Jun Li, X. Liu, and A. M. Larar, 2004: “Extraction of Profile Information from Cloud Contaminated Radiances”, Proceedings of the ECMWF Workshop on the Assimilation of High Spectral Resolution Sounders in NWP, June 28 – July 1, 2004.

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