Miguel Cortez


Miguel Cortez earned a MS in the department of Physics at The University of Texas at El Paso, December 2018 and is a Cohort-1 NCAS-M Fellow. Miguel was interested in the NCAS-M focus area — Improved Quantification of Forecast Uncertainty in support of the NCAS-M theme: Innovative observations for advancing the analysis and prediction of weather, climate, and atmospheric chemistry. Recent research experience involved analyzing the impact of Global Hawk Dropsonde data, in tropical storm Harvey, in collaboration with NOAA’s AOML research Laboratory with Lidia Cucurull and Andrew Kren.