Opportunity at National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration NOAA
Understanding the Needs and Use of Probabilistic Forecast Guidance by Stakeholders
National Severe Storms Laboratory
||Norman, OK 73072
|Pamela L Heinselman
The research builds on our understanding of processes leading to severe weather to investigate new knowledge obtainable from rapid-update data (~1-min volume scans). This work focuses on observational analysis of rapid-scan S-band phased-array radar data from our severe storm data base. Topics of interest include initiation of deep convection; transitions in storm mode; storm mergers; and evolution of hail, wind, and tornado-producing storms. As appropriate, the research involves analysis of complementary observational (e.g., dual-polarimetric radar) or numerical data sets.
Heinselrnan PL, Torres SM: Journal of Applied Meteorology and Climatology 50: 579, 2011
Heinselrnan PL, et al: Weather and Forecasting 23: 808, 2008
Convection-Allowing Models; human factors; Probabilistic Forecasting; Hail; Winds; Tornadoes; interdisciplinary research
Open to U.S. citizens, permanent residents and non-U.S. citizens
Open to Postdoctoral and Senior applicants
$24,000 Supplement for Doctorates in Electrical Engineering
Postdoctoral and Senior Associates will receive an appropriately higher stipend based on the number of years of experience past their PhD.