Dan Bikos

Research Associate III
Fort Collins, Colorado
Regional and Mesoscale Meteorology Branch (RAMMB)

Biography

Dan Bikos received his BS in Meteorology at the State University of New York College at Brockport (1995), and MS in Meteorology from the University of Oklahoma (1998). His areas of interest include severe weather, lake-effect snow and applications of satellite imagery to weather forecasting, particularly on the mesoscale.  Dan has been a research associate at CIRA since 1998 working for the Virtual Institute for Satellite Integration Training (VISIT) project in which he develops training for NWS forecasters.  Distance learning software (VISITview) combined with a conference call are utilized to deliver the training to NWS forecast offices.  Dan has instructed more than 300 hours of live teletraining sessions, primarily dealing with operational applications of satellite imagery.

Recent Work

March 12, 2014
  • Support of the Virtual Institute for Satellite Integration Training (VISIT)
  • Advanced Weather (AWIPS) Support for Satellite Hydro-Meteorology (SHyMet) and Virtual Institute for Satellite Integration Training (VISIT) Training and Education