The UMBC Atmospheric Lidar Group Division of Atmospheric Technologies and Analytics (DATA) is a research area integrating various applications of computer science in the field of atmospheric science and meteorology. Currently efforts focus in cyber security, database management, web servers, data science and software engineering.

DATA is developing a new website and data archive for all data (surface and remote sensing) collected by the UMBC Atmospheric Lidar Group, currently working in a hosting and processing data associated with the group’s Ad-Hoc Mixing Layer Height working group and the U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Station (PAMS) program mixing layer height requirement. DATA tasks also includes software development to create ease for processing and visualizing lidar data.

Current Team Members:

Ben Ireland

Jenna Westfall

Wambugu Kironji