Meet The Team
TILTTING Project Lead
Student Research Meteorologist specializing in:
Data Analysis, Finances, Forecasting, Instrumentation, Outreach, Proposal Writing, Public Relations, and Video.
Millersville University Class of 2024 Meteorology Major
Concentration in broadcast meteorology
Data Science and Media Arts Production minors
Considering graduate school for severe weather analysis/tornado-genesis
Millersville Campus Weather Service forecaster for three semesters
Lead forecaster for two semesters
Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) member
2022 American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting student assistant
Participated in an arctic front research project MU-PAST (Millersville University- Piedmont Area Storm Tracking)
Assisting with radiosonde and Windsond deployments in NASA's IMPACTS research project (Investigation of Microphysics and Precipitation for Atlantic Coast-Threatening Snowstorms)
Ryan is an Eagle Scout from Troop 83 in Leola, PA, and currently resides in Levittown, PA. Ryan has always enjoyed watching and observing storms as they developed, which in turn has helped grow his appreciation for meteorology, how the weather works, and how it impacts everyone on the daily. To name just a few of his interests, during his free time, Ryan enjoys working out, watching sports, "huntin', fishin', and lovin' every day", listening to music, playing his guitar, watching movies, and hanging out with his friends.
While completing this project, Ryan has helped build, develop, and program the TILTTING-23 probe and will oversee its deployment. Ryan and Shane also have extensive experience with the Windsond interface and will help to lead and facilitate Windsond deployment/operations in the field. Ryan and Shane will also assist in managing the team and make certain that the project runs efficiently.
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