Environment analytics is the analysis of large data sets at the intersection of observed environmental conditions, ecology and infrastructure.

We have a likely opening for a new graduate student for Fall 2019 to study cloud and mesoscale processes in winter weather using radar, soundings, surface meteorology, satellite, and model reanalysis datasets. Well qualified applicants will have taken a classes in Physical Meteorology and Mesoscale Meteorology and have strong programming skills. Prospective graduate students should contact seyuter@ncsu.edu and include your resume and unofficial transcript for more information.

Current projects within our research group at North Carolina State University:

Snow and Mesoscale Precipitation Bands

NASA–IMPACTS (Investigation of Microphysics and Precipitation for Atlantic Coast-Threatening Snowstorms) [1/2019 – 12/2023]

NSF–Collaborative Research: Observations and Modeling of Mesoscale Precipitation Banding in Cool Season Storms [2/2014 – 1/2019]
Winter Storm Regional Radar Movies

Realtime Snowflake Showcase from Stony Brook, NY

Marine Clouds and Precipitation

NSF–Collaborative Research: Mechanisms Governing Synoptic-scale, Rapid Cloud Dissipation in Subtropical Marine Low Clouds [7/2017 – 7/2020]

Geoscience Education

NSF–Real Examples of Classic Storm Structures for Classroom Use Based on Data from FRONT [3/2014 – 2/2017]
Radar Observations of Storms for Education (ROSE)

NCSU STEM Education Initiative–Extension of the EarthNullSchool tool for greater utility in college-level education. This visualization aid provides a more intuitive depiction of atmospheric flow and interactions among winds, pressure, and temperature and their changes with altitude.

MicroRainRadar (MRR) Resources

See our MRR Resources Page for links to software and storm perusal web pages from our MRR deployments.