30 August:
Computer Modeling Lab 1
The BeerBouguerLambert law 
6 September:
Computer Modeling Lab 2
Planck function and main radiation laws 
13 September:
Computer Modeling Lab 3
EarthSun geometry. Solar insolation.

20 September:
Computer Modeling Lab 4
Absorption lines of atmospheric gases.

27 September:
Computer Modeling Lab 5
Atmospheric IR spectra and linebyline radiative transfer

4 October:
Computer Modeling Lab 6
Modeling IR radiative fluxes and
IR radiative heating/cooling rates

18 October:
Computer Modeling Lab 7
Modeling the optical properties of spherical particles using Mie theory

1 November:
Computer Modeling Lab 8
Solar radiative transfer approximations: single scattering approximation, Eddington and DeltaEddington approximations 
8 November:
Computer Modeling Lab 9
Modeling solar radiation in the cloudy atmosphere with the discreteordinate technique 
15 November:
Computer Modeling Lab 10
Effects of aerosols and surface on solar radiation 
22 November:
Computer Modeling Lab 11
Radiation budget: diurnal and annual cycles 
6 December:
Computer Modeling Lab 12
Radiative forcing in the climate system

