of Kristin a B. Katsaro s ha s bee n name d th e director Th e University of Oklahoma' s (OU) Advanced o f the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Regiona l Predicatio n System, develope d b y research- Administration' s (NOAA) Atlantic Oceanographic er s led by Kelvin Droegemeie r at the Center for an d Meteorologica l Labo- Analysi s and Prediction of Storms (CAPS), received rator y in Miami , Florida. th e first-priz e awar d in th e compute r software category of the 1997 Discover Magazine Award s for Techno- Prio r to accepting this logica l Innovatio n competition. ne w position, Katsaros wa s the director of the OU , along wit h th e Pittsburg h Supercompute r Cen- Departmen t of Space ter , competed against a field of five finalists in the Oceanograph y at the compute r software category—Stanfor d University and Institu t Francais de Extemp o Systems Inc., Th e State University of New Recherch e pour l'Ex- Yor k at Buffal o an d th e U.S . Posta l Service, th e Mas- ploitatio n de la Mer sachusett s Institute of
Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society – American Meteorological Society
Published: Aug 1, 1997
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