National Weather Center Colloquium: Speaker Bio

Upscale Effects of Deep Convection during the North American Monsoon

Dr. David Stensrud
Research Scientists
National Severe Storms Laboratory

Dr. Stensrud received his BS in Mathematics and Meteorology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and MS and PhD in Meteorology from The Pennsylvania State University. Beyond his research duties, he is actively involved in student education and service to the meteorology community. As an Affiliate Professor in the School of Meteorology, OU, he advises MS and PhD students and teaches a graduate level course on physical process parameterizations. He was Co-Chief Editor for the American Meteorological Society’s journal Weather and Forecasting and has been a member of numerous NOAA, National Center for Atmospheric Research, University of Oklahoma, and American Meteorological Society committees. He is a recipient of the White House Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers, the American Meteorological Society’s Clarence Leroy Meisinger award, and is a Fellow of the AMS. Dr. Stensrud has authored over 100 formal peer-reviewed publications and the book Parameterization Schemes: Keys to Understanding Numerical Weather Prediction Models.

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