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Center Director: David A. Randall
Operations Manager: Connie Hale

Director for Education and Diversity: A. Scott Denning   Director for Knowledge Transfer: Steve Krueger
Deputy Director: Chin-Hoh Moeng Director for Cyberinfrastructure: John Helly
Education and Diversity Manager: Melissa Burt Communications & Events Manager: Claire Moore


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Research Objective 1
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Akio Arakawa UC-Los Angeles / Atmospheric Science Development of improved MMF, GCRM, and conventional parameterizations
Anning Cheng NASA / Langley Research Center Boundary layer parameterization
Don Dazlich CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development
Leo Donner NOAA / Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Development of improved MMFs and improved conventional parameterizations
Grant Firl CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of subgrid-scale parameterization; low cloud-climate interactions
Ross Heikes CSU / Atmospheric Science Model Development
Andrew Heymsfield NCAR Parameterization of ice microphysics
Todd Jones CSU / Atmospheric Science Graduate student - analysis of non-deterministic aspects of cloud parameterization
Joon-Hee Jung CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of quasi-3D MMF
Celal Konor CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development
Gabriel Kooperman University of California-Irvine / Dept. of Earth System Science NSF Postdoctoral Fellow
Steven Krueger University of Utah / Meteorology Director for Knowlege Transfer, development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Zhiming Kuang Harvard University / Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences Development of improved cloud parameterizations ; External Advisory Panel
Roger Marchand University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Model evaluation
Chin-Hoh Moeng NCAR CMMAP Deputy Director and Development of boundary-layer parameterizations for use in the MMF
Wei-Kuo Tao NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center Development of improved MMFs, and application to data assimilation
Minghuai Wang PNNL Research on aerosol indirect effects using the MMF
Kuan-Man Xu NASA / Langley Research Center Development of boundary-layer parameterizations for use in the MMF
Tak Yamaguchi NOAA / Earth System Research Laboratory Analysis of the role of entrainment in cloud growth and decay


Research Objective 2
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Thomas Ackerman University of Washington / JISAO Model evaluation using ARM data
Akio Arakawa UC-Los Angeles / Atmospheric Science Development of improved MMF, GCRM, and conventional parameterizations
Peter Blossey University of Washington / Atmospheric Science
Mark Branson CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development
Christopher Bretherton University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Improved understanding and representation of boundary-layer cloud processes and their feedbacks in the climate system, based on LES and multiscale modeling
Anning Cheng NASA / Langley Research Center Boundary layer parameterization
Minoru Chikira CSU Development of improved conventional parameterizations of cumulus convection and the boundary layer
William Collins Lawrence Berkeley Lab Developer of radiative transfer parameterizations; liaison to CCSM
Don Dazlich CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development
Charlotte DeMott CSU / Atmospheric Science Model evaluation
Paul DeMott CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development -- microphysics parameterization
Leo Donner NOAA / Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory Development of improved MMFs and improved conventional parameterizations
Grant Firl CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of subgrid-scale parameterization; low cloud-climate interactions
Steve Ghan PNNL Research on aerosols and cloud microphysics in climate change; External Advisory Panel
Ian Glenn University of Utah / Meteorology Graduate student
Wojciech Grabowski NCAR Development of improved CSRMs and MMFs
Ross Heikes CSU / Atmospheric Science Model Development
Andrew Heymsfield NCAR Parameterization of ice microphysics
Todd Jones CSU / Atmospheric Science Graduate student - analysis of non-deterministic aspects of cloud parameterization
Joon-Hee Jung CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of quasi-3D MMF
Marat Khairoutdinov State University of New York at Stony Brook Development of CSRMs and MMFs
Adam Kochanski University of Utah / Meteorology Development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Celal Konor CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development
Gabriel Kooperman University of California-Irvine / Dept. of Earth System Science NSF Postdoctoral Fellow
Parker Kraus CSU / Atmospheric Science Graduate student
Sonia Kreidenweis CSU / Atmospheric Science Use of MMFs with aerosol and cloud microphysics parameterizations
Steven Krueger University of Utah / Meteorology Director for Knowlege Transfer, development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Zhiming Kuang Harvard University / Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences Development of improved cloud parameterizations ; External Advisory Panel
Eric Maloney CSU / Atmospheric Science Analysis of tropical general circulation
Roger Marchand University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Model evaluation
Rachel McCrary NCAR Evaluation of model results by comparison with observations
Isaac Medina CSU / Atmospheric Science Graduate student
Chin-Hoh Moeng NCAR CMMAP Deputy Director and Development of boundary-layer parameterizations for use in the MMF
Mitchell Moncrieff NCAR Development of the MMF
Hugh Morrison NCAR
Mikhail Ovtchinnikov PNNL Model evaluation
Ned Patton NCAR Improve the represenation of land processes and boundary-layer turbulence in the MMF
Robert Pincus University of Colorado / CIRES Development of cloud parameterizations
Mike Pritchard University of California-Irvine / Dept. of Earth System Science Model evaluation
Verica Savic-Joycic UC-Los Angeles / Atmospheric Science
Richard Somerville UC-San Diego, / Scripps Institution of Oceanography Development of cloud-radiation parameterizations
Bjorn Stevens Max Planck Institute for Meteorology Development of conventional parameterizations
Wei-Kuo Tao NASA / Goddard Space Flight Center Development of improved MMFs, and application to data assimilation
Joao Teixeira NASA / JPL Testing MMF
Katherine Thayer-Calder NCAR Evaluation of simulated tropical atmospheric phenomena and development of improved convective parameterizations
Minghuai Wang PNNL Research on aerosol indirect effects using the MMF
Matt Wyant University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Application of MMF to low cloud feedback
Kuan-Man Xu NASA / Langley Research Center Development of boundary-layer parameterizations for use in the MMF
Tak Yamaguchi NOAA / Earth System Research Laboratory Analysis of the role of entrainment in cloud growth and decay
Chengzhu Zhang UC-San Diego, / Scripps Institution of Oceanography Microphysics parameterization model development
Minghua Zhang State University of New York at Stony Brook Model evaluation


Research Objective 3
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Ian Baker CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development - SiB
Gordon Bonan NCAR Multiscale land-surface modeling
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Gabriel Kooperman University of California-Irvine / Dept. of Earth System Science NSF Postdoctoral Fellow


Research Objective 4
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Peter Blossey University of Washington / Atmospheric Science
Mark Branson CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development
Christopher Bretherton University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Improved understanding and representation of boundary-layer cloud processes and their feedbacks in the climate system, based on LES and multiscale modeling
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Charlotte DeMott CSU / Atmospheric Science Model evaluation
Rachel McCrary NCAR Evaluation of model results by comparison with observations
Richard Somerville UC-San Diego, / Scripps Institution of Oceanography Development of cloud-radiation parameterizations
Cristina Stan COLA / IGES Knowledge-Transfer partner
Katherine Thayer-Calder NCAR Evaluation of simulated tropical atmospheric phenomena and development of improved convective parameterizations
Duane Waliser NASA / JPL MJO research


Research Objective 5
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Thomas Ackerman University of Washington / JISAO Model evaluation using ARM data
Peter Blossey University of Washington / Atmospheric Science
Christopher Bretherton University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Improved understanding and representation of boundary-layer cloud processes and their feedbacks in the climate system, based on LES and multiscale modeling
Anning Cheng NASA / Langley Research Center Boundary layer parameterization
Minoru Chikira CSU Development of improved conventional parameterizations of cumulus convection and the boundary layer
William Collins Lawrence Berkeley Lab Developer of radiative transfer parameterizations; liaison to CCSM
Charlotte DeMott CSU / Atmospheric Science Model evaluation
Paul DeMott CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development -- microphysics parameterization
Grant Firl CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of subgrid-scale parameterization; low cloud-climate interactions
Andrew Gettelman NCAR Cloud-Climate Interactions
Steve Ghan PNNL Research on aerosols and cloud microphysics in climate change; External Advisory Panel
Ian Glenn University of Utah / Meteorology Graduate student
Wojciech Grabowski NCAR Development of improved CSRMs and MMFs
William Gustafson PNNL
Marat Khairoutdinov State University of New York at Stony Brook Development of CSRMs and MMFs
Steven Krueger University of Utah / Meteorology Director for Knowlege Transfer, development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Zhiming Kuang Harvard University / Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences Development of improved cloud parameterizations ; External Advisory Panel
Christian Kummerow CSU / Atmospheric Science Liaison to TRMM and GPM; model evaluation
Eric Maloney CSU / Atmospheric Science Analysis of tropical general circulation
Roger Marchand University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Model evaluation
Chin-Hoh Moeng NCAR CMMAP Deputy Director and Development of boundary-layer parameterizations for use in the MMF
Mitchell Moncrieff NCAR Development of the MMF
Hugh Morrison NCAR
Mikhail Ovtchinnikov PNNL Model evaluation
Robert Pincus University of Colorado / CIRES Development of cloud parameterizations
Mike Pritchard University of California-Irvine / Dept. of Earth System Science Model evaluation
Richard Somerville UC-San Diego, / Scripps Institution of Oceanography Development of cloud-radiation parameterizations
Bjorn Stevens Max Planck Institute for Meteorology Development of conventional parameterizations
Joao Teixeira NASA / JPL Testing MMF
Katherine Thayer-Calder NCAR Evaluation of simulated tropical atmospheric phenomena and development of improved convective parameterizations
Duane Waliser NASA / JPL MJO research
Minghuai Wang PNNL Research on aerosol indirect effects using the MMF
Chien-Ming Wu UC-Los Angeles / Atmospheric Science Post-doc
Matt Wyant University of Washington / Atmospheric Science Application of MMF to low cloud feedback
Kuan-Man Xu NASA / Langley Research Center Development of boundary-layer parameterizations for use in the MMF
Tak Yamaguchi NOAA / Earth System Research Laboratory Analysis of the role of entrainment in cloud growth and decay
Minghua Zhang State University of New York at Stony Brook Model evaluation
Chengzhu Zhang UC-San Diego, / Scripps Institution of Oceanography Microphysics parameterization model development


Research Objective 6
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Mark Branson CSU / Atmospheric Science Model development
John Helly UC-San Diego, / San Diego Supercomputer Center Director for Cyberinfrastructure, and liaison to SDSC
Don Middleton NCAR Data management and high speed networking strategy
Karen Schuchardt PNNL Data management
Kelley Wittmeyer CSU / Atmospheric Science Computer support


Education Objective 1
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Bec Batchelor UCAR Diversity for SOARS activities
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Sheila Ferguson CSU / Physics Little Shop of Physics teacher in residence
Rebecca Haacker-Santos UCAR Director of SOARS
Brian Jones CSU / Physics Physics Director of Little Shop of Physics; K-12 education
Heather Michalak CSU / Physics Coordinator of Assessment and Outreach
Claire Moore CSU / Atmospheric Science Communications & Events Manager
Adam Pearlstein CSU / Physics LSOP Assistant Director
Randy Russell UCAR Education lead for SOARS activities


Education Objective 2
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Bec Batchelor UCAR Diversity for SOARS activities
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Rebecca Haacker-Santos UCAR Director of SOARS
Claire Moore CSU / Atmospheric Science Communications & Events Manager
Randy Russell UCAR Education lead for SOARS activities


Education Objective 3
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Bec Batchelor UCAR Diversity for SOARS activities
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Rebecca Haacker-Santos UCAR Director of SOARS
Randy Russell UCAR Education lead for SOARS activities
Richard Somerville UC-San Diego, / Scripps Institution of Oceanography Development of cloud-radiation parameterizations


Education Objective 4
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Bec Batchelor UCAR Diversity for SOARS activities
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Sheila Ferguson CSU / Physics Little Shop of Physics teacher in residence
Rebecca Haacker-Santos UCAR Director of SOARS
Brian Jones CSU / Physics Physics Director of Little Shop of Physics; K-12 education
Heather Michalak CSU / Physics Coordinator of Assessment and Outreach
Adam Pearlstein CSU / Physics LSOP Assistant Director
Randy Russell UCAR Education lead for SOARS activities
Richard Somerville UC-San Diego, / Scripps Institution of Oceanography Development of cloud-radiation parameterizations


Diversity Objective 1
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Bec Batchelor UCAR Diversity for SOARS activities
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Sheila Ferguson CSU / Physics Little Shop of Physics teacher in residence
Rebecca Haacker-Santos UCAR Director of SOARS
Brian Jones CSU / Physics Physics Director of Little Shop of Physics; K-12 education
Heather Michalak CSU / Physics Coordinator of Assessment and Outreach
Claire Moore CSU / Atmospheric Science Communications & Events Manager
Adam Pearlstein CSU / Physics LSOP Assistant Director
Randy Russell UCAR Education lead for SOARS activities


Diversity Objective 2
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Bec Batchelor UCAR Diversity for SOARS activities
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Sheila Ferguson CSU / Physics Little Shop of Physics teacher in residence
Rebecca Haacker-Santos UCAR Director of SOARS
Brian Jones CSU / Physics Physics Director of Little Shop of Physics; K-12 education
Heather Michalak CSU / Physics Coordinator of Assessment and Outreach
Claire Moore CSU / Atmospheric Science Communications & Events Manager
Adam Pearlstein CSU / Physics LSOP Assistant Director
Randy Russell UCAR Education lead for SOARS activities


Diversity Objective 3
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle


Diversity Objective 4
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Bec Batchelor UCAR Diversity for SOARS activities
Melissa Burt CSU / Atmospheric Science Education and Diversity Manager
Scott Denning CSU / Atmospheric Science Director for Education and Outreach; Use of MMFs to study the carbon cycle
Rebecca Haacker-Santos UCAR Director of SOARS
Randy Russell UCAR Education lead for SOARS activities


KT Objective 1
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Steven Krueger University of Utah / Meteorology Director for Knowlege Transfer, development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Wayne Schubert CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of the MMF with an emphasis on the choice of governing equations


KT Objective 2
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Steven Krueger University of Utah / Meteorology Director for Knowlege Transfer, development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Wayne Schubert CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of the MMF with an emphasis on the choice of governing equations


KT Objective 3
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Steven Krueger University of Utah / Meteorology Director for Knowlege Transfer, development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Wayne Schubert CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of the MMF with an emphasis on the choice of governing equations


KT Objective 4
Name Institution Role in CMMAP
Steven Krueger University of Utah / Meteorology Director for Knowlege Transfer, development of improved microphysics and turbulence parameterizations for MMFs
Wayne Schubert CSU / Atmospheric Science Development of the MMF with an emphasis on the choice of governing equations


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Revised November 16, 2015