The School of Meteorology has 25 full time faculty members covering various aspects of the atmospheric sciences. The School has 33 adjunct and affiliate faculty members (adjunct and affiliate policy can be found here) with the largest number associated with NOAA’s National Severe Storms Laboratory. We have a diverse array of students from around the globe including the United Kingdom, Canada, Germany, Australia, Korea, China, Taiwan, Norway, and Serbia. We currently have 91 graduate students and 280 undergraduate students. Our regular and emeritus faculty includes 5 endowed chairs and professorship, six Presidential Professors; three Regents Professors; three George Lynn Cross Research Professors; two Emeritus GLC Professors; one Dean; two past Presidents of the American Meteorological Society; two OU Vice Presidents (Research and Weather and Climate).
Office: NWC 5238 Phone: (405) 325-1760 Website: Education: B.S., Atmospheric Science, Purdue University 1994 M.S., Meteorology, University of Oklahoma 1998 Ph.D., Meteorology, University of Oklahoma 2001 Dr. Basara’s specific research interests are focused on the integration of our understanding across weather, climate, water, and ecosystems. His research activities includes land-atmosphere interactions, the physical processes which […]
Executive Associate Dean
Office: NWC3630 Phone: (405) 325-1631 Website: http://weather.ou.edu/~oubliss/klein Education: M.S., Physics, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, 1993 Ph.D., Civil Engineering, University of Karlsruhe, Germany, 1999 Research Interests: boundary layer meteorology tropospheric pollution problems flow and turbulence characteristics in urban areas wind-tunnel modeling of geophysical flow phenomena atmospheric measurement techniques stable boundary layers low-level jets Online Research Profiles: […]
Professor; Presidential Research Professor; Robert Lowry Chair Professor
Office: NWC 5341 Phone: (405) 325-3426 Website: http://weather.ou.edu/~map/ Education: Ph.D., Meteorology, The Pennsylvania State University, 2004. Research Interests: developing new techniques and novel methodologies for data assimilation and ensemble prediction applying these techniques for global, hurricane and convective scale severe weather modeling and prediction systems assimilating a variety of observations (radar, satellite, ground-based remote sensing […]
Education: MMet Meteorology and Climate, University of Reading, UK, 2020 Advisor: Jason Furtado Research Group: Applied Climate Dynamics Group Research Interest: Predictability of meteorological extremes in the Great Plains on the S2S timescale, stratosphere-troposphere coupling and modes of climate variability.
Adjunct Associate Professor
Office: NWC 4226 Phone: (405) 325-1932 Education: B.S., Science Education, Ewha Woman’s University, 1993 M.S., Atmospheric Science, Seoul National University, 1995 Ph.D., Meteorology, University of Oklahoma, 2008 Research Interests: Cloud Microphysics Data Assimilation Ensemble Forecasting Mesoscale Meteorology Numerical Weather Prediction Radar Meteorology Online Research Profiles: Google Scholar ResearcherID
Adjunct Assistant Professor
Office: NWC 2232 Phone: (405) 325-6170 Education: B.S. Meteorology, Iowa State University, 2004 M.S. Meteorology, Iowa State University, 2006 Ph.D., Meteorology, Iowa State University, 2009 Research interests: Ensemble forecasting Mesoscale meteorology Numerical weather prediction Convective scale predictability Verification, visualization, and post-processing of convection-allowing models Online Research Profile: Google Scholar
Office: NWC 4614 Phone: (405) 325-3644 Web: http://hydro.ou.edu/ Education: B.S. Earth and Space Sciences, Peking (Beijing) University, 1996 M.S. Environmental Sciences, Peking University, 1999 Ph.D. Hydrology and Water Resources, College of Engineering, University of Arizona, 2003 Ph.D. Minor, Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, University of Arizona, 2003 Research interests: Radar and Satellite Remote Sensing Hydrometeorology […]
Office: NWC 5620 B.A., Electrical Engineering, Rice University, 1967 M.S., ElectricalEngineering, Rice University, 1969 Ph.D., Physics, University ofTexas-Dallas, 1974