About us

About me

Nicole Mölders
Nicole Mölders Photo by G. Kramm (2013)

Hi,

I am Nicole Mölders, your professor of Introduction to Computational Meteorology. I coordinate this shared class and are the person to talk to when you have questions on the syllabus, or on which units you have to take.

Welcome to ATM621 Introduction to Computational Meteorology.

My teaching experience

Since 1995, in Germany and the United States, I have taught cloud physics, satellite meteorology, physical hydrometeorology, paleoclimatology, parameterization of hydrometeorological processes, numerical modeling and parameterization methods, mesoscale dynamics, introduction to computational meteorology and introduction to atmospheric sciences.

I have over 30 years of computing, programming and modeling experience.

My research interests

I am interested in human impacts on weather, climate and air quality. I am the author of Land-use and Land-cover changes – impacts on climate and air quality.

Let me know what your research interests are. I am curios and would love to tailor class applications to the students’ interests.

Fun fact

I am a fashion and style blogger.

Co-teachers

Now let me introduce you to the professors who teach some units of this class.

Dr. Collins

He will lead you thru the IDL unit. You will have to take the IDL unit when your adviser recommended that unit as your final core unit. All questions with respect to the IDL unit are to be directed to him.

Dr. Fochesatto

He will lead you thru the matlab unit. You will have to take the matlab unit when your adviser recommended that unit as your final core unit. All questions with respect to the matlab unit are to be directed to him.

Dr. Bhatt

She will lead you thru the python unit. You will have to take the python unit when your adviser recommended that unit as your final core unit. All questions with respect to the python unit are to be directed to her.

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