The Cloud And Storm Processes Research Lab

Understanding clouds and storms with numerical models, data science, and observations

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Studying Clouds with Advanced Techniques

Our group advances the state-of-the-science using cutting-edge technology, including high performance numerical models, breakthrough data analytics and tracking algorithms, and new observational methods, such as Uncrewed Aerial Systems (UAS/Drones)

Latest News

July 24-27, 2023
Sean attends NASA's New PI Launchpad, a workshop for prospective NASA satellite mission proposers, held at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
June 13-14, 2023
Sean attends the NASA INvestigation of Convective UpdraftS (INCUS) science retreat in Fort Collins, CO. At the retreat, Sean presented on recent updates to tobac and the use of tobac in tracking storms globally.
June 8, 2023
Sydney Rau, a fourth-year undergraduate student at UAH in Atmospheric and Earth Science, starts in the group. Welcome, Sydney!
May 8, 2023
Ethan Hanan, a third-year undergraduate student at UAH, starts in the group. Welcome, Ethan!
April 24-28, 2023
Sean presents on recent tracking work using tobac at the European Geophysical Union General Congress in Vienna.
April 17-21, 2023
Sean co-organizes the Oxford (UK) Cloud Tracking Workshop, where he presents on tobac and aerosol-cloud interactions.
January 9-13, 2023
Sean presents on tobac, UAS-related research, and aerosol-cloud interactions at the AMS annual meeting in Denver.
January 3, 2023
Sean starts as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Atmospheric and Earth Science at The University of Alabama in Huntsville.
November 18, 2022
Version 1.4.0 of tobac, a Python-based tracking package maintained in part by our group, is released. Congratulations to the entire tobac team on this achievement!