Researchers from NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory, The University of Oklahoma, University of Colorado and Meteomatics have begun a project to test the value of airborne, mobile observing systems for observing important changes in the local environment that can spawn severe thunderstorms. During EPIC, the Environmental Profiling and Initiation of Convection field project, researchers will […]
University of Oklahoma Computer Science Senior Taner Davis won second place for his research on a weather simulation video game, “Storm Lab,” at the 22nd Annual Research Day at the Capitol on March 27-28, 2017. Davis’ research was funded by the OU Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies (CIMMS). Davis’ presentation was titled “Large-Scale Weather […]
This is an updated list of all CIMMS presentations at the AMS annual meeting to be held January 21-27, 2017 in Seattle, Washington. Make sure and hear about all the great research that we are doing! Saturday, January 21 Host: 16th Annual AMS Student Conference Graduate Student Panel Rotations 1, 2 Location: Yakima 1 1:30-3:45 PM […]
It’s still a several months away, but check out what CIMMS researchers will be presenting at AMS 2017!
CIMMS was in the spotlight at the 2016 National Weather Association Annual Meeting in Norfolk, Virginia. Several CIMMS employees were recognized for their work.
CIMMS scientists supported the 2016 SOO Development course, a training program for National Weather Service Science and Operations Officers.
Attending the NWA Conference this September? Don’t miss these presentations by our CIMMS reserachers!
Heather Reeves received an award for her service to the AMS at the organization’s 17th Conference on Mountain Meteorology.
In April, CIMMS research associates hosted an Impact-Based Decision Support Services Deployment Boot Camp in Alaska.
CIMMS’ Alex Fierro attended the 32nd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology in San Juan, Puerto Rico.