Laura Tomkins celebrating her successful oral defense of her Ph.D.in Geospatial Analytics, “Synthesis of radar-observed characteristics, storm structures, and surface snowfall rates in 10+ years of Northeast US winter storms” on 1 March 2024.
Dr. Matthew Miller was interviewed for an article about our interdisciplinary work to use weather instruments to help detect moth migrations.
Piece on NPR All Things Considered that aired on Christmas Day 2023 features an interview with Dr. Yuter
How big can an individual snow crystal versus a “puff ball” of separate crystals get?
Dr. Yuter presented an online seminar on 4 December 2023 at the University of Maryland’s Earth System Science Interdisciplinary Center Seminar Series.
Rachel Kennedy celebrating her successful oral defense of her M.S. thesis “Assessing Numerical Weather Prediction Model Forecast Skill Under Different Weather Conditions Using Surface Observations” on 21 June 2023.
Kevin Burris celebrates his successful oral defense of his Ph.D. thesis “Examining Winter Storm Structures with High-Resolution Observed Profiles” on 15 May 2023.
Laura Tomkins’ recently published paper, Tomkins et al. 2002 AMT, on image muting was featured in the Center for Geospatial Analytics New Research Spotlight
Time sequence of image muting on radar data.
Luke Allen, Laura Tomkins, Matthew Miller, and Kevin Burris at the NASA IMPACTS Science Team Meeting in Boulder, Colorado.
Luke, Laura, and Kevin presented posters accessible here.
Matt presented a talk on improved design of aircraft legs. Sandra Yuter attended remotely and gave a talk on “Obstacles in the Interpretation of Cause and Effect between Kinematics and Microphysics within Storms” which synthesized our group’s research.
Logan McLaurin, Declan Crowe, and Jordan Fritz presenting their posters at the NCSU Undergraduate Research Summer Symposium on 26 July 2022.
Their posters are accessible here.
Piece on National Public Radio Marketplace program from 26 May 2022 featuring an interview with Dr. Yuter.