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Lamont Team Visits PCAR

Chia-Ying Lee and Nick Frearson from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory visited the Paros Center for Atmospheric Research at UMass Amherst on March 14th. 

March 27, 2024
PCAR Seminar

The first PCAR seminar will be presented by Prof. Chia-Ying Lee from the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory at Columbia University on the topic of "Climate Change Impact on the Tropical Pacific and Global Tropical Cyclones"

 

March 6, 2024
Research to Save Lives in Severe Weather

The Paros Center for Atmospheric Research at UMass Amherst leads research to improve the nation’s ability to forecast, plan for, and respond to shifting climate and hazardous weather.

January 23, 2024
Research on Human Mobility, Hazards, and Machine Learning funded by NSF

The project aims to investigate mathematical models that can provide a deeper understanding of human movement patterns during hazards

September 1, 2023
Apply for a PCAR Pilot Grant! Application Deadline: 1/20/2024!!

The Paros Center for Atmospheric Research is seeking proposals for pilot grants. All faculty from the College of Engineering (CoE) and the College of Natural Sciences (CNS) are eligible for such grants. Proposals should have a CoE or CNS PI with an investigator from another college (e.g., CNS, Isenberg, CICS, SBS, and others). The proposal must include a description of how the proposed work supports atmospheric research (sensing, climate, weather), and/or weather/climate information systems that can lead to societal benefits. 

August 31, 2023
National Data Cloud for Climate (NDC-C) Project Recently Funded by NSF

NSF recently awarded funding to aid in the design of a National Data Cloud for Climate (NDC-C) to streamline the development of scientific workflows for climate and atmospheric science researchers.

August 29, 2023
New Faculty Position Open: Paros Chair for Atmospheric Research

Paros Chair for Atmospheric Research 
Engineering/College of Natural Sciences

We invite applications for this position which is defined broadly in the area of Atmospheric Science, including areas such as meteorology, climate dynamics, atmospheric chemistry, sensing, and modeling. The successful candidate is expected to lead the Paros Center for Atmospheric Research (PCAR) which includes the development of new research avenues in collaboration with faculty members from the College of Engineering and the College of Natural Science. Long-term, it will be the goal of the successful candidate to

August 29, 2023