More research for less: CIMMS funded project utilizes 3D tech

Two students putting metal rods into the PVC legs for additional support in the concrete

  Low-cost weather sensors and 3D-printing technology may provide an alternative for research looking to make a big impact. University of Oklahoma Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies research associates are conducting a year-long data comparison of a low-cost weather station with an Oklahoma Mesonet site in Norman, Oklahoma. The CIMMS station measures temperature, relative […]

CIMMS welcomes new ARM research team member

Austin King

The University of Oklahoma Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies is proud to announce a new member to its team supporting the ARM Climate Research Facility Data Quality Office. Austin King is a CIMMS research associate supporting ARM’s DQ Office. King will help advance the mission of the DQ Office by developing and maintaining tools […]