ESOC / CIRES PhD student, Arunima Prakash, recently won two awards for her research and corresponding talk “Polar Vortex or Solar Cycle: Which is the major driver of 10 years of PMC variability at McMurdo, Antarctica?” The talk won Best Student Oral Presentation at the 30th ILRC (July 1st, 2022) and second place in the CEDAR Students Poster Competition during the CEDAR Workshop (June 19-24, 2022 in Austin, TX). Congratulations Arunima!
Jeff Zehnder, communications specialist at Smead Aerospace Engineering Sciences interviewed Arunima for her two award-winnings and wrote an article on her. Read about Arunima's research.
CEDAR(Coupling, Energetics, and Dynamics in the Atmospheric Region) is an NSF supported program.
ILRC is the International Lidar Radar Conference.