Kongmeng is our newest web designer. He is working on design, development, and implementation of VLab here at NSSL.
The first invitation-only VORTEX-SE Workshop will be held in Huntsville, Alabama, November 9-10, 2015, outlining themes for the Spring project.
Mark Weber helps develop radar architecture and researches strategies for future transitions in technology. Learn more about him and what he does.
Kiel Ortega is a research scientist with OU CIMMS, who works on NSSL’s SHAVE and MYRORSS projects. Learn more about his background and what he does.
NSSL’s Dr. James F. Kimpel and Richard J. Doviak will receive American Meteorological Society awards at the annual conference in January.
Mike Coniglio grew up in Buffalo, New York and brings great experience to our field projects and forecast model development.
With several major events in the weather community coming up, here are eight things you need to know about NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory.
In mid-September, NSSL’s Dr. Harold Brooks was awarded the 2015 Nikolai Dotzek Award at the 8th European Conference on Severe Storms in Austria.
Kim Elmore has made great contributions during his 20+ years with NSSL. Recently, he played an instrumental role in developing our mPING app.
NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory celebrated its 50th anniversary in December 2014. Take a look at how we’ve evolved over the years!