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.