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Cory Morse

 

Software Engineer
Aviation Applications Program (AAP)
303-497-8429
morseucar.edu

Job Duties

Software architect for the Juneau Wind Hazard Alert System. Software and algorithm design and development for real-time operational systems and scientific analysis.

Professional Interests

Fuzzy logic algorithms, object-oriented design, real-time warning systems, wind profiling radars, turbulence.

Education

B.S., Harvey Mudd College, 1975, Chemistry
M.S., California Institute of Technology, 1979, Chemistry

Selected Publications

Cornman, L.B., C.S. Morse, G. Cunning, 1995: Real-Time Estimation of Atmospheric Turbulence Severity from In-Situ Aircraft Measurements. Journal of Aircraft, 32, 171-177

Cornman, L.B., R.K. Goodrich, C.S. Morse, and W.L. Ecklund, 1998: A fuzzy logic method for improved moment estimation from Doppler spectra. J.Atmos.Oceanic Technol., 15, 1287-1305

Morse, C. S., R. K. Goodrich, and L.B. Cornman, 2002: The NIMA Method for Improved Moment Estimation from Doppler Spectra, J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 19, 274-295

Goodrich,R.K, C.S.Morse, L.B.Cornman, S.A.Cohn, 2002: A Horizontal Wind and Wind Confidence Algorithm for Doppler Wind Profilers, J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 19, 257-273

Cohn, S.A., R.K. Goodrich, C.S. Morse, E. Karplus, S. Mueller, L.B. Cornman, and R.A. Weekley, 2001: Radial velocity and wind measurements with NIMA: Comparisons with human estimation and aircraft
measurements, J. Appl. Meteor., 40, 704-719

Morse, C.S., R.K.Goodrich, L.B. Cornman, and S.A. Cohn, 2003: Quality Control for Doppler Wind Profilers Using NIMA, Proceedings of the Tenth International Workshop on Technical and Scientific Aspects of MST Radar, 399-402

 

 

 

 

 

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