Our faculty serve dual roles as rigorous researchers and professional teachers. Faculty research has been published in peer-reviewed journals such as Monthly Weather Review and International Journal of Climatology.
George LoriotAdjunct Professor of Atmospheric Sciences
B.S.M.E. – NJ Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ
Ph.D. – Physics, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
High Performance Computing, Numerical Weather Prediction, Field Experience, Space Weather, Problem Solving
Professional Interests and Activities
George specializes in scientific computation and weather models. He has worked in upper atmosphere observations and large scale computer simulations. He works to incorporate high performance computing into the mission of the Atmospheric Sciences Department