GESTAR II Students from UMBC and MSU present at AMS

The 104th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Meeting was held in Baltimore, MD, from January 29 – February 1, 2024. Several students from Demoz Research Group gave presentations.















Ozone and thunderstorms: Two UMBC Ph.D. students receive prestigious NASA grants, mentor undergraduates

Two UMBC Ph.D. students in atmospheric physics, Maurice Roots and Kylie Hoffman, have received competitive Future Investigators in NASA Earth and Space Science and Technology (FINESST) awards that will support the remainder of their graduate studies. Roots’s research project will focus on air pollution and Hoffman will target thunderstorms, both using remote sensing techniques. Each will receive up to $150,000 over a maximum of three years for tuition, research, professional development, and other expenses.

Alrick Green (LilCIN) takes leader board for FALL 2021 Weather Challenge (WxChallenge – Cumulative Results):



UMBC is announced as the lead institution for the new GESTAR II center

Dr. Demoz presents at UMBC’s GRIT-X Homecoming Talks

Dr. Demoz is featured in the UMBC Magazine