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August 22, 2017

CIRA satellite imaging team wins CO-LABS Governor’s Award

Congratulations to ATS alumni Steve Miller, Curtis Seaman and Dan Lindsey on receiving the CO-LABS Governor’s award for high impact research. This highly competitive and prestigious award was given in recognition of the team’s development of an algorithm allowing data from the new GOES-16 satellite to be turned into true-color imagery.

Read the SOURCE article here.

Read more about the award.

For a more in-depth look at their work, be sure to attend this Friday’s ATS/CIRA colloquium by Steve Miller and Dan Lindsey: GOES-16: A New Era in Geostationary Satellite Observations.

Steve Miller (CSU ATS Ph.D. 2000) is the Deputy Director of CIRA, where Curtis Seaman (CSU ATS Ph.D. 2009) works as a research scientist. Dan Lindsey (CSU ATS Ph.D. 2008) also is based at CIRA, where he works for the NOAA Regional and Mesoscale Meteorology Branch.

Congratulations, Steve, Curtis and Dan on this outstanding achievement!