Atmospheric Sciences Research Center News
State Weather Risk Communication Center’s Nick Bassill Featured on Department of Transportation Podcast
Bassill is featured, alongside DOT’s director of Emergency Transportation Operations and Security Programs Bureau Matt Vasilow, to discuss how the two are partnering to help keep New Yorkers safe.
UAlbany Climate Scientist Awarded Federal Grant to Improve Resiliency of Coastal Power Grids
The project is among eight funded by NIST to support disaster resilience research across the nation.
EPA and Congressman Tonko Celebrate $1 Million Awarded to UAlbany Researchers for Air Monitoring Projects
Communities across New York will soon get valuable, real-time data from two community air monitoring projects led by researchers at UAlbany.
UAlbany Partners with New York State on Weather Risk Communication Center
The first-of-its-kind center will strengthen New York’s decision-making before, during and after severe weather through an annual $1.5 million investment.
UAlbany’s State Weather Risk Communication Center Featured on NBC’s ‘TODAY’ Show
Al Roker joined Gov. Hochul last month at ETEC to learn about the new center.
UAlbany Researchers Receive $3 Million to Support Emergency Preparedness and Response to Weather Extremes
The pilot project will serve as a regional testbed to explore the potential of using big data to improve emergency management outcomes.
Noteworthy: Research grants, awards and publications
The latest developments on University at Albany faculty and staff who are receiving research grants, awards and other noteworthy attention.
UAlbany Researchers Featured on FOX 5 New York ‘Weather Extremes’ Special
FOX 5's Audrey Puente visited the ETEC research and development complex earlier this month to learn about how UAlbany is using artificial intelligence, and other emerging technologies, to improve weather prediction and emergency response.