AGU Fall Meeting 2016 Attendance Report

One PhD student, Masanori Saito participated in AGU Fall Meeting 2016 and gave a poster presentation. He attended sessions related to new remote sensing techniques and climatological effects of aerosol and cloud, and he discussed own research with many other researchers during the poster session. In a session focusing on remote sensing of aerosol and cloud, number of talks that are about satellite instrument designs and new inference methods including visible–near-infrared polarized radiance is substantially increased compared with that in the conference last year. Because a current community of radiative transfer does not have enough younger researchers, I want to contribute to the community, with deeply learning about polarized radiative transfer.