AMHERST, Mass. - It’s been a busy season for University of Massachusetts electrical engineer Andrew Pazmany, from the "monster" tornadoes that ripped through Oklahoma on May 3, to a tiny twister that damaged a cypress tree and toppled gravestones in a Kansas cemetery late last week. Pazmany, a UMass alumnus, constructed the specialized radar which, during the massive early May storm, produced the highest-resolution data ever available on a tornado. He chases tornadoes along with colleagues at the University of Oklahoma, using a truck-mounted radar and a videocamera. A research faculty member with the University’s highly-regarded Microwave Remote Sensing Laboratory, Pazmany’s work is funded by the National Science Foundation.