MarySue Schultz received a BS in Mathematics and Computer Science from Metropolitan State College in Denver in 1985. Areas of interest include weather forecasting workstation development, and meteorological data processing and distribution. From 1985 to the present, MarySue has worked at the Earth System Research Laboratory in Boulder, Colorado developing software for a number of applications. She joined CIRA in 1996 as a Research Associate.
March 13, 2014
MarySue designed and developed software for the Advanced Weather Interactive Processing System (AWIPS). AWIPS workstations are located in the National Weather Service Forecast Offices (WFOs), where they are used by the forecasters to produce weather forecasts, watches and warnings. ...