EOL Scientists

EOL has a diverse and active group of scientists and research engineers conducting a wide range of research in atmospheric sciences and technology.

EOL Directorate:

Vanda Grubišić Mountain meteorology and waves (EOL Director)

 

ISF (In-situ Sensing Facility):

Name Speciality
Bill Brown Wind profiler radars and boundary layer measurements (Science Group Chair)
Tom Horst Micrometeorology, solar radiation sensors and sonic anemometers
Steve Oncley Micrometeorology, sonic anemometers, soil sensors, dust devils
Holger Vömel In situ soundings and stratosphere/troposphere processes
Kate Young Sounding and dropsonde data quality control

 

RAF (Research Aviation Facility):

Name                   Speciality
Jeff Stith Cloud microphysics, aircraft instrumentation (RAF Manager)
Teresa Campos Atmospheric chemistry
Julie Haggerty Remote sensing from aircraft, radiometery
Jorgen Jensen Clouds and aerosols
Lou Lussier Tropical storms and aircraft measurements (Science Group Co-Chair)
Pavel Romashkin Atmospheric chemistry measurements from aircraft
Britt Stephens Oxygen and carbon dioxide measurements
Cory Wolff Aircraft measurements, icing

 

RSF (Remote Sensing Facility):

Name                   Speciality
Wen-Chau Lee Ground based and airborne radar, tropical storms (RSF Manager)
Scott Ellis Polarimetric and dual-wavelength radar QC and applications
Matt Hayman Lidar polarization theory, High Spectral Resolution Lidar and Water Vapor DIAL
John Hubbert Polarimetric radar, precip microphysics
Bob Rilling Radar QC and RSF data management
Scott Spuler Optical engineering, lidars
Jothiram Vivek Remote sensing for cloud and precip microphysics
Tammy Weckwerth Remote sensing for BL and mesoscale meteorology

 

Long Term Visitors, Postdocs and Research Students:

Name Specialty
Cyrus Abari Development of innovative lidar systems
David Bodine Radar observations and simulations of severe weather
Alison Nugent Aircraft measurements and cloud studies
Ulrike Romatschke Photogrammetric analysis of rotor clouds
Kristy Weber Water vapor DIAL data analysis

 

Emeritus / Recently Retired:

Name Specialty
Rit Carbone Tropical meteorology, former EOL lead scientist
Steve Cohn Boundary layer and mountain meteorology, remote sensing
Al Cooper Aircraft measurements, clouds and aerosols
Bruce Morley Lidars, water vapor DIAL and HRSL
Jim WIlson Convective weather, radar remote sensing

 

Affiliate Scientists:

Affiliate scientists are senior-level university and research community scientists who desire to carry out long-term, highly interactive, collaborative work with EOL scientists on scientific problems of mutual interest.  These appointments are three year terms and include annual visits and financial and/or administrative support.

Name Specialty
Alan Blyth (University of Leeds) Convective initation and cloud physics
Phil Chilson (University of Oklahoma) Applications of weather radar and UAS
Kevin Repasky (Montana State University) Laser and lidar development and remote sensing

 

 


Please contact William Brown (Science Group Chair) for updates