University of Oklahoma Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies Graduate Research Assistant Hristo Chipilski won an award at the 17th annual American Meteorological Society Mesoscale Conference this summer. Chipilski won second for Oral Presentation on, “Impact of PECAN IOP data on the forecast skill of bores and bore-induced convection.” The presentation focused on the Plains […]
The University of Oklahoma Cooperative Institute for Mesoscale Meteorological Studies is proud to announce the American Meteorological Society named an OU CIMMS senior research scientist during a recent release of awards. Alexander Ryzhkov was one of more than 30 individuals recognized by AMS during a recent announcement of 2018 award winners and fellows. Ryzhkov was […]
A CIMMS researcher is being recognized by the Association for Talent Development’s One to Watch program. Megan Taylor, a CIMMS research associate, was recognized by the program and featured by their staff in June. Taylor works with the National Weather Service Training Center in Kansas City, Missouri. This is the second recognition for Taylor this year. She was […]
On January 9, President Barack Obama named 102 scientists and researchers to receive the Presidential Early Career Awards for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) – Dr. Corey Potvin, CIMMS Research Scientist, is one of the recipients! He is the only recipient from the University of Oklahoma and was nominated by the U.S. Department of Commerce. The […]
CIMMS’ Sebastian Torres was selected to receive the 2016 Dean’s Award for Outstanding Service.
CIMMS was in the spotlight at the 2016 National Weather Association Annual Meeting in Norfolk, Virginia. Several CIMMS employees were recognized for their work.
Heather Reeves received an award for her service to the AMS at the organization’s 17th Conference on Mountain Meteorology.
Along with the Larry R. Johnson Special Award given to the Hazardous Weather Testbed team, CIMMS scientists also received recognition for their poster presentations at the National Weather Association’s Annual Meeting, held October 17th-22nd in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. CIMMS’ Race Clark and Galateia Terti won 1st and 2nd place, respectively, in the graduate student poster […]
The team that contributes to the Hazardous Weather Testbed was selected to receive the Larry R. Johnson Special Award at the 40th Annual Meeting of the National Weather Association on October 21, 2015. This prestigious award is given to an individual or group that has made significant contributions to the field of operational meteorology. NOAA’s […]
CIMMS Scientist Jill Hardy, a research associate at NOAA’s National Weather Service Warning Decision Training Division, was selected for the “30 Under 30” panel at Elliot Masie’s Learning 2015 Conference. The conference runs from November 1 – November 4 in Orlando, Florida. Jill will be presenting at the meeting alongside Andy Wood, a CIMMS colleague, […]