CV

Curriculum vita for Steven Neshyba

(last updated: August 2013)

 

Currently                  

Professor of Chemistry, Chemistry Dept., University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA 98416.
 

Degrees                      

•Ph.D., Chemistry (Physical), Yale University (1990)

•B.A., Chemistry, Reed College (1981)

 

Research

Assistant/Associate/Full Professor, UPS (1994 to present).

-     Theory of cloud radiative processes and ice crystal growth

-     Low-temperature scanning electron microscopy of ice crystals

-     Field studies of Arctic downwelling infrared radiance

Visiting Research Professor, Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic (2008).

-     Molecular dynamics of ice surfaces

Postdoctoral Fellow, UMass. Lowell Center for Atmospheric Research (1991 to 1994). Advisor: R.R. Gamache.

-     Semiclassical theory of pressure broadening

-     Spherical tensor formulation of site-site intermolecular potentials

NATO/NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, Oxford University, U.K. (1990-91). Advisor: Mark Child.

-     Classical dynamics of H+H2 collisions using Poincare maps

-     Spectral features of H3+ associated with periodic orbits

Graduate Student, Yale University (1985-90).  Advisor: N. De Leon.

-     Nonlinear semiclassical dynamics of three coupled oscillators

-     NMR-detected exchange coupling in Ruthenium hydrides

 

Teaching                   

•Professor (UPS). Courses include:

-     Physical Chemistry I: Thermodynamics (C340)

-     Physical Chemistry II): Quantum Mechanics (C341)

-     Physics and Chemistry of Atmospheres (C345)

-     Fundamental Chemistry I (C110)

-     Fundamental Chemistry II (C111)

-     Analytical and Quantitative Chemistry (C230)

-     Freshman Seminar: The Great Flood (C150)

-     Freshman Seminar: Science and Sustainability (C151)

•Instructor (UMass, 1993). Course:

-     Air Pollution Phenomenology

 

University Service   

•Member, Budget Task Force (2012-present)

•Chair, Faculty Senate (2010-2012)

•Member, Enterprise Risk Management Committee (2010)

•Member, Benefits Task Force (2009-2011)

•Member. African American Studies Committee (2009-2011)

•Vice Chair, Faculty Senate (2009-2010)

•Chair and founding member, Sustainability Advisory Committee (2006-2007)

•Chair, Fundraising Subcommittee of the Race and Pedagogy Steering Committee (2005)

•Chair, Chemistry Department (2002-2004)

•Chair, Curriculum Committee (2001)

 

Community Service 

•Judge at the Bryant Middle School Science Fair (multiple times)

•Instructor for the UPS “Magic Show” for middle school students (multiple times).

•Course developer and instructor of a five-week chemistry class for students at Sherman Elementary School, Tacoma.

•Curriculum development for Summer Academic Challenge.

 

Honors                      

•Yale University - Flint Scholar (1987), Bushnell Scholar (1988)

•Reed College

-     Undergraduate thesis completed with Honors

-     Commendation for Excellence in Academic Achievement

 

Grants and Fellowships         

•NATO/NSF Postdoctoral Fellow, $24,000 (1990).

•ACS-PRF Principle Investigator, $20,000 (1995)

•Murdock Charitable Trust Equipment grant, $20,000 (1996)

•Burlington Northern Curric. Development, $2160 (1996)

•UPS Martin Nelson Jr. Sabbatical Fellowship (Fall 1997).

•NSF - SGER, Office of Polar Programs $14,400 (1997).

•NSF - SGER supplement, $4500 (1997).

•UPS University Enrichment #R97-309, $37 (1997).

•International Arctic Research Center, $5000 (1998).

•UPS University Enrichment #R97-322 $1503 (1998).

•Murdock Faculty Research Award, $3200 (1998).

•Burlington Northern Curric. Development, $1350 (1999).

•Murdock Faculty Research Award, $1500 (1999).

•International Arctic Research Center, $49,500 (2001).

•NSF subcontract, $44,000 over two years (2002).

•UPS University Enrichment #R02405 $1000 (2003).

•UPS University Enrichment #CP0627 $1209 (2006).

•NSF travel grant to Antarctic New Investigator Workshop (2006).

•UPS Lantz Senior Sabbatical Fellow (2008).

•UPS Lantz Senior Sabbatical Enhancement #LE0753 $2390 (2008).

•UPS University Enrichment #CP0950 $1211 (2008).

•UPS University Enrichment #CP1002 $1111 (2009).

•UPS University Enrichment #CP1115 $1155 (2010).

•UPS University Enrichment #CP1204 $1464 (2011).

•HHMI grant proposal writing team $1M (2011; not funded).

•Keck Foundation grant proposal writing team $250k (2012; not funded).

•UPS University Enrichment #CP1350 $1350 (2012).

•NSF-RUI $197k (2013-2015).

 

Research Mentoring

 

David Roesel (2013)

  • Research at UPS: Extraction of surface metrology of rough ice crystals from scanning electron micrographs.

 

Hayley Caddes (2013)

  • Research at UPS: Extraction of surface metrology of rough ice crystals from scanning electron micrographs.

 

Alicia Burns (2013)

  • Research at UPS: Construction of modeled hexagonal ice as a viscinal surface for molecular dynamics simulations.

 

Bryan Soto (2013)

  • Research at UPS: Conversion of scanning electron micrographs of rough ice crystals into three-dimensionally-rendered visible images.

 

Mitch Benning (2012-13)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis on scanning electron microscopy of faceted ice surfaces, resulting in one peer-reviewed publication (JGR) and one conference presentation (Gordon) as co-author.

 

Ariel Lawson (2012-13)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis on scanning electron microscopy of faceted ice surfaces, resulting in one peer-reviewed publication (JGR) as co-author.

 

Carolyn McCotter (2012)

  • Research at UPS: Conducted research on scanning electron microscopy of salty faceted ice surfaces.

 

Amrei Oswald (2012-13)

  • Research at UPS: Conducted research on molecular dynamics of faceted ice surfaces, resulting in one conference presentation (Gordon) as co-author.

 

Natalie Bowens (2012)

  • Research at UPS: Conducted research on molecular dynamics and Burton-Cabrera-Frank modeling of faceted ice surfaces, resulting in one conference presentation (Gordon).

 

Becca M Lowen (2012)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis on scanning electron microscopy studies of rough ice, resulting in one peer-reviewed publication (JGR) and a conference presentation (Gordon) as co-author.

 

William Pfalzgraff (2010)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis in scanning electron microscopy and molecular dynamics of ice, resulting in three  peer-reviewed publications (ACP, PCCP, and JPC-A) and four presentations at national/international conferences (Gordon, ACS, Hydrogen Bonds, Telluride) as co-author.
  • Post baccalaureate: Enrolled in a chemistry Ph.D. program at Stanford.

 

Ryan Hulscher (2010)

  • Research at UPS: Carried out summer research and guided research in molecular dynamics of ice, resulting in one peer-reviewed publication (ACP) and one presentation (Telluride) as co-author.
  • Post baccalaureate: Enrolled in a chemistry Ph.D. program at Johns Hopkins.

 

Erin Nugent (2008)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis, “Molecular dynamics simulations of cirrus like ice crystal growth and sublimation”, resulting in one publication (JPC) and three presentations at national/international conferences (ICCP, AGU, IACIS) as co-author; Nugent’s ICCP presentation was awarded 2nd place in the student competition.
  • Post baccalaureate: Working for a non-profit in Nicaragua.

 

Andrew Brik (2008)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis, “SEM investigations of Arctic Haze Deposition of Soot in Snow”, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium. Currently applying for the Masters of Arts in Teaching program at University of Puget Sound.

 

Timothy Guasco (2006)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis, “Determining the surface structure of cirrus cloudlike ice crystal using low temperature scanning electron microscopy”, resulting in a presentation (AGU) as co-author.
  • Post baccalaureate: Ph.D. Physical Chemistry (2011) at Yale University, followed by post-doctoral research in chemistry at UCSD. Began a tenure-line position as Assistant Professor at Millikin University (2013).

 

Amelia Peterson (2006)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis, “Applications of supercritical carbon dioxide: Extraction of essential oil from geranium (Pelargonium graveolens), and synthesis and attachment of zinc oxide nanoparticles to multiwalled carbon nanotubes”, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.
  • Post baccalaureate: Ph.D. candidate, Analytical Chemistry at UW-Madison.

 

Laura Read (2006)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis “Applications of the Gamma-weighted distribution and the homogeneity parameter to downwelling longwave radiative flux of Arctic clouds”, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.
  • Post baccalaureate: Ph.D. Candidate, Environmental Engineering, Tufts.

 

Matthew Wolhowe (2005)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis “Determination of PPH flux biases in the Arctic and the evaluation of gamma-predicted corrections”, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.
  • Post baccalaureate: Ph.D. Candidate, Oceanography, Oregon State University.

 

Josh Patterson (2004)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.
  • Post baccalaureate: Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, UW-Seattle. Currently Assistant Professor at Christopher Newport College.

 

Aubrey Maxwell (2002)

  • Research at UPS: Carried out field research at Barrow, AK, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.

 

Erin Haney (2002)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis “A theoretical comparison of fractal and plane parallel cloud models for infrared emissivity”, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.

 

Aaron Rivers (2001)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis “Modeling Arctic ice clouds using a single column model”, resulting in a presentation at a SHEBA workshop as co-author.
  • Post baccalaureate: M.S., Applied Physics Laboratory, UW-Seattle. Currently teaching high school.

 

Elizabeth Catlin (2001)

  • Research at UPS: Carried out an independent study, “Remote infrared sensing of the Arctic”, resulting in a presentation (AGU) as co-author.
  • Post baccalaureate: JD, Vermont Law School, summa cum laude, 2008. Currently working as an attorney at Dunkiel-Saunders, VT.

 

Alicia Piedalue (2000)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis, resulting in a presentation at a SHEBA workshop as co-author.

 

George White (1998)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis “Investigations of the scattering and absorption properties of water and ice particles using Mie theory”, resulting in a presentation at a national ACS conference as co-author.

 

Matt Shupe (1997)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis “Determining cloud properties from remote sensing using infrared spectrometry”, resulting in two peer-reviewed publications (JGR-Atmospheres, GRL) and a presentation at the Workshop on Arctic Change as co-author.
  • Post baccalaureate: Ph.D, Astrophysical, Planetary, and Atmospheric Sciences, 2007. Currently Associate scientist at the University of Colorado – CIRES NOAA/ESRL/PSD.

 

Wendy Weise (1996)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis “Turing patterns in a modified Belousov-Zhabotinski reaction”, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.

 

Mark Mitchell (1995)

  • Research at UPS: Completed a Senior Thesis, resulting in a poster presentation at a UPS research symposium.
  • Post baccalaureate: Currently Senior Staff Scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Peer-reviewed publications (Puget Sound undergraduate coauthors in bold face) 

28.    “Looking for mechanisms of anisotropic surface self-diffusion on ice crystals using Molecular Dynamics”, Amrei Oswald, Ivan Gladich, Martina Roeselová, and S.P. Neshyba (ms in preparation, 2013).

27.    “Radiative consequences of low-temperature infrared refractive indices for supercooled water clouds”, P.M. Rowe, S.P. Neshyba, and Von P. Walden, Atmos. Chem. Phys. Discuss., 13, 18749-18770 (2013). (see http://www.atmos-chem-phys-discuss.net/13/18749/2013/acpd-13-18749-2013.pdf)

26.    “Roughness metrics of prismatic facets of ice”, S.P. Neshyba, B. Lowen, M. Benning, A. Lawson, and P.M. Rowe, J. Geophys. Res. – Atmospheres, 118, 3309-3318 (2013). (see http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jgrd.50357/abstract)

25.    “Arrhenius analysis of anisotropic surface diffusion on the prismatic facet of ice”, Ivan Gladich, William Pfalzgraff, Ondrej Maršálek, Pavel Jungwirth, Martina Roeselová, and Steven Neshyba, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 13 (invited paper), 19960-9 (2011).

24.    “Comparative molecular dynamics study of vapor-exposed basal, prismatic, and pyramidal surfaces of ice”, William Pfalzgraff, Steven Neshyba, and Martina Roeselová, J. Phys. Chem. A, Buch Memorial Issue (invited paper) DOI: 10.1021/jp111359a (2011).

23.    “A responsivity-based criterion for accurate calibration of FTIR spectra: identification of in-band low-responsivity wavenumbers”, Penny M. Rowe, Steven Neshyba, Christopher Cox, and Von P. Walden, Optics Express, 19, 5930-5941 (2011). (see www.opticsinfobase.org/abstract.cfm?uri=oe-19-7-5930.)

22.    “A responsivity-based criterion for accurate calibration of FTIR spectra: theoretical development and bandwidth estimation”, Penny M. Rowe, Steven Neshyba, and Von P. Walden, Optics Express, 19, 5451-5463 (2011). (see www.opticsinfobase.org/abstract.cfm?uri=oe-19-6-5451.)

21.    “Scanning electron microscopy and molecular dynamics of surfaces of growing and ablating hexagonal ice crystals”, William Pfalzgraff, Ryan Hulscher, and Steven Neshyba, Atmos. Chem. Phys., 10, 2927-2935 (2010). (see www.atmos-chem-phys.net/10/2927/2010/; www.atmos-chem-phys-discuss.net/9/20739/2009.html is the discussion paper associated with this article)

20.    “Molecular Dynamics study of ice-vapor interactions via the quasi-liquid layer”, Steven Neshyba, Erin Nugent, Martina Roeselová, Pavel Jungwirth, J. Phys. Chem. C, 113, 4597-4604, doi: 10.1021/jp810589a (2009).

19.    “Self-broadening of water vapor transitions via the complex Robert-Bonamy theory”, B. K. Antony, Steven Neshyba, Robert Gamache, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Trans, 105, 148-163 (2007).

18.    “Representation of a nonspherical ice particle by a collection of independent spheres for scattering and absorption of radiation: III. Concave particles”, Thomas C. Grenfell, Stephen G. Warren, and S. Neshyba, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres 110, D17203, doi:10.1029/2005JD005811 (2005).

17.    “Representation of a nonspherical ice particle by a collection of independent spheres for scattering and absorption of radiation: II. Hexagonal columns and plates”, Steven Neshyba, Thomas C. Grenfell, and Stephen G. Warren, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres 108(D15), 4448, doi: 10.1029/2002JD003302 (2003).

16.    “Statistics of Arctic cloud downwelling infrared emissivity”, Steven Neshyba and Carsten Rathke, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres, 108(D15), 4468; doi, 10.1029/2002JD003157 (2003).

15.    “Radiative and microphysical properties of Arctic stratus clouds from multiangle downwelling infrared radiances”, Carsten Rathke, Steven Neshyba, Matthew D. Shupe, Penny Rowe, and Aaron Rivers, J. Geophys. Res. Atmospheres 107(D23), 4703, doi:10.1029/2001JD001545 (2002).

14.    “Improving IR cloud phase determination with 20 microns spectral observations”, Carsten Rathke, J. Fischer, Steven Neshyba, and Matthew Shupe, Geophys. Res. Lett. 29(8), 1209, doi: 10.1029/2001GL014594 (2002).

13.    "Pressure Broadening of H2O in the (301)<-(000) Band:  Effects of Angular Momentum and Close Intermolecular Interactions",  R. Lynch, R.R. Gamache, and S.P  Neshyba, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Trans 59, 615-625 (1998).

12.    "N2 and O2 Induced Halfwidths and Line Shifts of water vapor transitions in the (301)<-(000) and (221)<-(000) Bands",  R. Lynch, R.R. Gamache, and S.P  Neshyba, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Trans 59, 695-613 (1998).

11.    "New Developments in the Theory of Pressure-Broadening and Pressure-shifting of Spectral Lines of H2O:  The Complex Robert-Bonamy Formalism", R.R. Gamache, R. Lynch, and S.P  Neshyba (J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Trans 59, 319-335 (1998).

10.    "Fully Complex Implementation of the Robert-Bonamy Formalism:  Halfwidths and Line Shifts of H2O Broadened by N2",  R. Lynch, R.R. Gamache, and S.P  Neshyba, J. Chem. Phys. 105, 5711 (1996)

9.      "Characterization of Arctic Haze by Infrared Emission: A Feasibility Study", P. Rowe and S.P  Neshyba, in IRS '96:  Current Problems in Atmospheric Radiation, W.L. Smith and K. Stamnes, Eds. (A. Deepak, 1996).

8.      "Neural Networks for Recognition of Ionogram Traces", I.A. Galkin, B.W. Reinisch, G.A. Ososkov, E.G. Zaznobina, and S.P  Neshyba, Radio Science  31, 1119-1128 (1996).

7.      "CO2-broadening of water-vapor lines", R. R. Gamache, S. P  Neshyba, J.J. Plateaux, A. Barbe, L. Regalia, and J. B. Pollack, J. Mol. Spec. 170, 131 (1995).

6.      "Pressure-Induced Widths and Shifts for the n3 Band of Methane", S. P  Neshyba, R. Lynch, R. R. Gamache, T. Gabard, and J.-P. Champion, J. Chem. Phys. 101, 9412 (1994).

5.      "Improved line-broadening coefficients for asymmetric rotor molecules with application to ozone lines broadened by nitrogen", S. P  Neshyba and R. R. Gamache, J. Quant. Spectr. Rad. Trans. 50, 443 (1993).

4.      "Quantum Mechanical Motions of Hydrides in Solution:  Proton-Proton Exchange Couplings in Transition Metal Polyhydrides", K. W. Zilm, D. M. Heinekey, J. M. Millar, N. G. Payne, S. P  Neshyba, J. C. Duchamp, and Jolanta Szcayrba, J. Amer. Chem. Society 112, 920 (1990).

3.      "Projection Operator Formalism for Nonorthogonal States:  Application to a 3:4 Resonant System", S. P  Neshyba and N. De Leon, J Chem. Phys. 91, 7772 (1989).

2.      "Projection Operators for Calculation of Electronic Populations", N. De Leon and S. P Neshyba, Chem. Phys. Lett. 151, 296 (1988).

1.      "Classical Resonances, Fermi Resonances and Canonical Transformations for Three Nonlinearly Coupled Oscillators", S. P  Neshyba and N. De Leon, J Chem. Phys. 86, 6295 (1987).

 

Presentations

56.    “Spartan and Excel in a flipped General Chemistry course”, Steven Neshyba, Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (NORM-13), Corvallis, OR, 21-24 July, 2013.

55.    “Atomistic processes underlying mesoscopic roughening of ice at the ice-air interface”, Steven Neshyba, Northwest Regional Meeting of the American Chemical Society (NORM-13), Corvallis, OR, 21-24 July, 2013.

54.    “Underestimation of the greenhouse effect of Polar supercooled water clouds”, Penny Rowe, Steven Neshyba, and Von Walden, presented by Walden at the Davos Atmosphere and Cryosphere Assembly (DACA-13), Davos, Switzerland, 8-12 Jul, 2013.

53.    “Flipping General Chemistry”, Steven Neshyba, presented by Neshyba at the May 2013 University of Puget Sound Trustee's workshop on line learning, May, 2013.

52.    “Underestimation of the greenhouse effect of Polar supercooled water clouds”, Penny Rowe, Steven Neshyba, and Von Walden, presented by Rowe at the 12th Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, Seattle, WA, 29 April-1 May, 2013.

51.    “Looking for the Mechanism of Anisotropic Surface Self-diffusion on Ice Crystals Using Molecular Dynamics”, Amrei Oswald, Natalie Bowens, Ivan Gladich,Steven Neshyba, and Martina Roeselova, poster presented by Oswald at the 2012 Gordon Conference on Water and Aqueous Solutions, Holderness, NH, August, 2012.

50.    “Quantitative characterization of rough prismatic facets of ice by scanning electron microscopy”, Steven Neshyba, Mitch Benning, Becca Lowen, Penny Rowe, Martina Roeselova, and Ivan Gladich, poster presented by Neshyba at the 2012 Gordon Conference on Water and Aqueous Solutions, Holderness, NH, August, 2012.

49.    “Arrhenius analysis of anisotropic surface self-diffusion on the prismatic facet of ice”, Ivan Gladich, William Pfalzgraff, Ondrej Marsalek, Pavel Jungwirth, Martina Roeselova, Steven Neshyba, presented by Gladich at the 243rd ACS National Meeting & Exposition, San Diego, California, March, 2012.

48.    “Developing Models for Sustainability 101: Eighteen Faculty Members Collaborate on a New Foundation for Sustainability Teaching and Learning”, Robert Turner, Rob Cole, Benjamin Fackler-Adams, Jean MacGregor, Sonya Remington, Rebeca Rivera, Daniel Sherman, Claus Svendsen, Jill Whitman and, and Steven Neshyba, presented at the Eighth International Conference on Environmental, Cultural, Economic, and Social Sustainability, Vancouver, BC, Jan., 2012.

47.    “Arrhenius Analysis of Anisotropic Surface Self-Diffusion on the Prismatic Facet of Ice”, Ivan Gladich, William Pfalzgraff, Ondrej Maršálek, Pavel Jungwirth, Martina Roeselová, and Steven Neshyba, presented by Gladich at the XIXth Conference of Hydrogen Bonds, Gottingen, Germany, Sept., 2011.

46.    “The Importance of Temperature-Dependent Optical Properties for Radiative Closure in Super-Cooled Water Clouds”, Penny Rowe, Steven Neshyba, and Von Walden, presented by Walden at the 11th Conference on Polar Meteorology and Oceanography, Boston, MA, 2-5 May, 2011.

45.    “Scanning electron microscopy and molecular dynamics of ice: What is the origin of trans-prismatic strands?”, Steven Neshyba, William Pfalzgraff, and Martina Roeselova, poster presented by Neshyba at the 2010 Gordon Conference on Water and Aqueous Solutions, Holderness, NH, August 8-13, 2010.

44.    “Molecular dynamics studies of dirty ice-vapor interfaces”, Steven Neshyba, Martina Roeselova, Pavel Jungwirth, Ryan Hulscher, and William Pfalzgraff, talk presented by Neshyba at the Telluride workshop “Electrification of Water Drops and Ice Particles: In the Laboratory, Through Simulations and in the Natural Environment” Telluride, Colorado, August 10-14, 2009.

43.    “Ice-Vapor Interactions Via the Quasi-Liquid Layer Studied by Molecular Dynamics”, Martina Roeselova, Steven Neshyba, Erin Nugent, and Pavel Jungwirth, talk presented by Roeselova at the Environmental Colloids and Interfacial Processes symposium of the 13th IACIS International Conference on Surface and Colloid Science and the 83rd ACS Colloid & Surface Science Symposium, New York, June 14-19, 2009.

42.    “Molecular Dynamics Study of Nonequilibrium Ice-vapor Interactions via the Quasiliquid Layer”, Steven Neshyba, E.K. Nugent, M. Roeselova, P. Jungwirth, poster presented by Neshyba at AGU2008, San Francisco, USA, Dec. 2008.

41.    “How do cirrus ice crystals grow? Using Molecular Dynamics to study the ice-vapor interface”, Steven Neshyba, talk presented at the UPS Thompson Hall Science Seminar Series, October 2008.

40.    “Molecular dynamics simulations of cirrus-like ice crystal growth and sublimation”, Erin Nugent, Steven Neshyba, Pavel Jungwirth, poster presented by Nugent at the ICCP 2008, Cancun, Mexico, July 2008. Nugent was awarded 2nd place in the student competition for her presentation of this poster.

39.    “How rough is cirrus ice?” Steven Neshyba, talk presented at the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague, CR, March 9, 2007.

38.    “Indented and hollow ice crystals: representation by collections of independent spheres”, Stephen G. Warren, Steven Neshyba, and Thomas C. Grenfell, poster presented by Warren at the 12th AMS Conference on Cloud Physics, Madison, Wisconsin. July 10-14, 2006.

37.    “Clustered and textured ice crystals: Equal V/A sphere representation and high-resolution imaging”, Steven Neshyba, Thomas C. Grenfell, and Stephen G. Warren, poster presented by Neshyba at the 12thAMS Conference on Cloud Physics, Madison, Wisconsin. July 10-14, 2006.

36.    “Low-Temperature Scanning Electron Microscopy of Ice Hexagons”, Steven Neshyba, Tim Guasco, Brian Swanson, and Eric Erbe, poster presented by Guasco at the AGU Joint Assembly, Baltimore, Maryland, May 23-26, 2006.

35.    “Self-broadening of water vapor transitions via the corrected complex Robert-Bonamy theory”, Bobby Antony, Steven Neshyba and Robert R. Gamache, talk presented by Gamache at the 7th Atmospheric Spectroscopy Applications Meeting, Reims-France, Sept. 6-8, 2005.

34.    “Representation of a concave nonspherical ice particle by an assembly of equal-V/A spheres for scattering and absorption of radiation”, S. Neshyba, Thomas C. Grenfell, and Stephen G. Warren, talk presented by Neshyba at the International Radiation Symposium, Busan, S. Korea, August 2004.

33.    “Remote sensing and fractal properties of Arctic clouds”, S. Neshyba, talk presented at the University of Washington, Department of Atmospheric Sciences, April 2003.

32.    “Remote sensing and fractal properties of Arctic clouds”, S. Neshyba, talk presented at the Reed College Chemistry Department, February 2003.

31.    “What we can learn about clouds from the photons they send down”, S. Neshyba, talk presented at the Daedalus Society, University of Puget Sound, December 2002.

30.    “A bounded cascade model for cloud infrared emissivity”, S.P Neshyba and C. Rathke, talk presented by Neshyba at the International Arctic Research Center - PI meeting, Boulder, Oct. 2002.

29.    “Distribution of Arctic Cloud Thickness”, Maxwell, A. and S.P Neshyba, poster presented by Maxwell at the UPS Fall Undergraduate Research Symposium, Tacoma, Washington, Sept. 12, 2002.

27.    “Representation of a hexagonal ice crystal by a collection of independent spheres for scattering and absorption of radiation”, S.P Neshyba, T.C. Grenfell, and S.G. Warren, poster presented by Neshyba at the Conference of American Meterological Society, Ogden, June, 2002.

26.    “Investigation into a scaling model for Arctic stratus downwelling radiance”, Steven Neshyba and Carsten Rathke, talk presented by Neshyba at the International Arctic Research Center - PI meeting, Boulder, Oct. 2001.

25.    “Infrared Remote sensing of clouds”, Institut für Weltraumwissenschaften, S. Neshyba, Berlin, May 2001.

24.    “Fractal Statistics of Cloud Downwelling Radiance?” Neshyba, S.P , and E. Catlin, poster presented by Catlin at the Fall 2000 AGU, San Francisco.

23.    "Remote sensing and radiation entropy", S. Neshyba, invited talk presented at the University of Washington Chemistry Graduate Student Symposium, Sept. 1999.

22.    "Clouds, climate, and chemistry", S. Neshyba, lecture given as part of the UPS Ideas as Work and Play freshman orientation series, August 1999.

21.    "Radiative balance and the evolution of planetary atmospheres", Bellevue High School, Seattle, June 1999.

20.    "Heuristics and writing in the sciences", UPS Workshop on writing, June 1999.

19.    “Cloud properties from downwelling infrared radiance”, S. Neshyba, poster presented at the University of Washington Physical Chemistry Symposium, Seattle, April 1999.

18.    “Cloud properties from downwelling infrared radiance”, S. Neshyba, talk presented at the UPS Thompson Hall Science Seminar Series, April 1999.

17.    “Cloud properties from downwelling infrared radiance,” Steven Neshyba, Aaron Rivers, and Alicia Piedalue, poster presented by Neshyba at the SHEBA Workshop, Tucson, AZ, Jan. 25-29, 1999.

16.    "Scattering of electromagnetic radiation by arbitrary surfaces", S. Neshyba, talk presented at the UPS Physics symposium, Nov. 1998.

15.    “Emissivity and effective particle size of Arctic clouds using a ship-based infrared radiometer,” Steven Neshyba, Matt Shupe, and Penny Rowe, talk presented by Neshyba at the Workshop on Arctic Change, Seattle, WA, Nov. 10-12, 1997.

14.    “Probing the roughness of vapor-deposited water-ice films using grazing angle FTIR-Reflection Absorption Spectroscopy,” Marin Robinson, Govind Mallick, Jennifer Spillman, Robert DeGroot, Steven Neshyba, and George White, poster presented by Robinson at the 214th American Chemical Society National Meeting, Las Vegas, NV, Sept. 7-11, 1997.

13.    “Probing the roughness of vapor-deposited water-ice films using grazing angle FTIR-Reflection Absorption Spectroscopy,” Marin Robinson, Govind Mallick, Jennifer Spillman, Robert DeGroot, Steven Neshyba, and G. White, poster presented by Robinson at the Workshop on Remote Sensing of Planetary Ices: Earth and other Solid Bodies, Flagstaff, AZ, June 11-13, 1997.

12.    "Radiative balance and the evolution of planetary atmospheres", S. Neshyba, invited lecture given to chemistry students at Bellevue High School, Seattle, Jan. 1997.

11.    "Characterization of sulfate aerosols in Arctic haze by infrared emission: a feasibility study", P. Rowe and S. Neshyba, talk presented by Rowe at the International Radiation Symposium, University of Alaska Fairbanks, August 1996.

10.    "Halfwidths and line shifts of H2O from the fully complex Robert-Bonamy (FCRB) theory", R. Lynch, R.R. Gamache, and S.P  Neshyba, talk presented by Gamache at the ASA conference on high resolution spectroscopy, Rheims (France), June 1996.

9.      "Pressure-broadening in Methane with applications to remote sensing", S. Neshyba, invited talk at the College of St. Martins, Olympia WA, March 1996.

8.      "Turing Structures in a Laboratory Reaction-Diffusion System", S. Neshyba, invited talk presented at the Murdock Symposium for Undergraduate Research, Whitman College, November 1995.

7.      "Pressure-induced widths and shifts for the n3 band of Methane", S. P  Neshyba, R. Lynch, and R. Gamache, presented at the International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, Ohio State University, June 1995.

6.      "Waves in Air:  A Physical Chemistry Experiment", S. Neshyba, invited talk given at Shoreline High School, Seattle, May 1995.

5.      "Spectroscopic Line Mixing in CH4", S. Neshyba. University of Puget Sound Chemistry Department, March 1994.

4.      "Ozone:  Friend or Foe:  How ozone pollutes and protects", S. Neshyba, invited talk presented at the Oyster River High School Third Annual Conference on the Environment, Durham, NH, November, 1993.

3.      "Resonance functions for line-width and shift calculations", R. Lynch, R. Gamache, and S. Neshyba, talk presented by Neshyba at the International Symposium on Molecular Spectroscopy, Ohio State University, June 1993.

2.      Communication B30, S. P  Neshyba, R. Lynch, and R. Gamache, talk presented by Gamache at the XIIIth colloquium on high resolution spectroscopy, Riccione, 1993.

1.      Communication E2, R. R. Gamache, S. Neshyba, and L. Rosenmann, talk presented by Gamache at the XIIth international conference on high resolution infrared and MW spectroscopy, Prague, Sept., 1992.

 

Unrefereed publications

“How Not to Become Road Kill”, S.P Neshyba, Inside Higher Education (July 19, 2013; see http://www.insidehighered.com/views/2013/07/19/how-liberal-arts-can-avoid-becoming-road-kill-essay).

“It's a Flipping Revolution”, S.P Neshyba, The Chroncle of Higher Education (April 4, 2013; see chronicle.com/article/Its-a-Flipping-Revolution/138259/).

“Structural and Radiative Inhomogeneities of the Arctic Atmosphere”, S.P Neshyba, Final Report to the International Arctic Research Center (2002).

"Ship-based Infrared remote sensing of the Arctic sky, July 1997", S.P  Neshyba and P. Rowe. Report to Canadian Coast Guard (1997).

"Rotational Relaxation of Methane: Master Equation Approach", S. P Neshyba, 41st Annual  Report on Research, ACS-PRF (1996).

“Estimation of Minimum Detectable Concentrations of Gases Measured by Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy”, R. R. Gamache, S. P Neshyba, and D. Golomb, Final Report 05-6852, University of Lowell Center for Atmospheric Research (1994).

“The atom-atom potential in pressure-broadened line width calculations for XY2AB: New expressions in the IIR, IIL, and IR representations”, R. Gamache and S. P Neshyba, Scientific Report No. 1, Phillips Laboratory, Geophysics Directorate, United States Air Force, Hanscom AFB, Bedford, MA (1993).

 

Film Credit

Appeared in the role of Professor in “And Then”, a film by Nadav Heyman and Emerson Sample, first screened at the University of Puget Sound campus, April 27-28, 2012.

 

Professional Affiliations       AGU, AAAS, ACS

Languages                            English, Spanish