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ED LORENZ LECTURE

Information on the Lecture

The Ed Lorenz Lecture is presented annually and recognizes original contributions to the field of nonlinear geophysics. This lecture honors the life and work of the renowned mathematician and meteorologist, Ed Lorenz, for his pioneering work in nonlinear geophysics.

The Lorenz Lecture is presented at the Nonlinear Geophysics section event during the AGU Fall Meeting.

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Lecturer Benefits

AGU is proud to recognize our section honorees. Recipients of the Ed Lorenz Lecture will receive the following benefits with the honor:

  • 1
    Lecture certificate
  • 2
    Recognition in Eos
  • 3
    Recognition at the AGU Fall Meeting during the lecture presentation year
  • 4
    An invitation to present the Lorenz Lecture at the AGU Fall Meeting during the lecture presentation year
  • 5
    Complimentary ticket to the Nonlinear Geophysics section ticketed event at the AGU Fall Meeting during the lecture presentation year

Nomination/Submission Process

AGU Section Lectures are managed by the Section President. Section Named Lectures are not required to follow a nomination cycle process (i.e. submit a nomination package). Sections have the flexibility to adopt the process that will best serve their communities in seeking their lecture recipients.

Nominations for the Lorenz Lecture are now closed. Please check back in January 2020 for our next cycle.

Lecture recipients are chosen by the Lorenz Lecture Committee. Should you have questions, please contact the Lorenz Lecture Chair, Sarah Tebbens or the AGU Honors staff

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Past recipients

Name

Year of honor

K. Krishnamurthy

2018

William Klein

2017

Vladimir Zakharov

2016

Shaun Lovejoy

2015

Demetris Koutsoyiannis

2014

Daniel Lathrop

2013

Eugenia Kalnay

2012

Alvaro Corral

2011

Didier Sornette

2010

Surjalal Sharma

2009

Daniel Schertzer

2008

Vijay Dimri

2007

Bach Hua

2006

Michael Ghil

2005

John Rundle

2004

Rafael Bras

2003

Donald Turcotte

2002

Benoit Mandelbrot

2001


Honors Contacts

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Robert Rader

Director, Engagement and Membership

202-777-7418 | [email protected]

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Leah Bland

Program Manager, Honors

202-777-7389 | [email protected]

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Antonio Covington

Program Specialist, Section Awards and Lectures

202-777-7484 | [email protected]