Research Professor, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
Expertise Applied research on the physics and phenomenology of lightning. Use of ground-based electromagnetic sensing in support of the upcoming launch (October 2016) of the world's first geostationery lightning mapper onboard GOES-R. Use of multiple high-speed cameras, lightning location systems, and remote electric and magnetic field measurements to study the incidence and behavior of cloud-to-ground lightning in the U.S., Canada, Europe, South America, and Japan.
Publications Google Scholar | Research Gate |
Education PHD electrical engineering (digital and statistical signal processing and physiological modeling) 1978, Stanford University
Office Physics-Atmospheric Sciences Building #81, Room 542