Jeff Trapp, Mike Baldwin, Logan Dawson, and Joe Woznicki will be deploying radiosondes during the Mesoscale Predictiability Experiment (MPEX). Here's the Purdue news release, which also links to the MPEX website.
Mesoscale Convective Processes in the Atmosphere, a textbook written by Jeff Trapp, has been published by Cambridge University Press. See the book website for more information.
Additional news can be found on our Google website.
Jeff Trapp and SWRL students Dereka Carroll, Logan Dawson, and Joe Woznicki attended the American Meteorological Society's 26th Conference on Severe Local Storms, held 4-8 November in Nashville, TN.
Eric Robinson successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation entitled: "A dynamically downscaled climatology of severe convective thunderstorms over the United States."
Mallie Toth successfully defended her M.S. thesis entitled: "Improving tornado intensity estimates using Doppler radar."
Nathan Hitchens successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation entitled: "The characterization and prediction of sub-diurnal extreme precipitation." Nathan has accepted a National Research Council postdoctoral fellowship.
Jeff Trapp and SWRL students Eric Robinson and Mallie Toth attended the American Meteorological Society's 25th Conference on Severe Local Storms, held 11-14 October in Denver, CO.
Eric Robinson received the "Best Student Presentation" award. Congratulations to Eric!