A Berkeley, California native, Andrew Dienstfrey, part of the Mathematical Modeling Group in NIST's Mathematical and Computational Sciences Division, has been part of the Boulder Labs since 2000.
Prior to coming to NIST Dienstfrey worked for NASA Ames Research Center performing data analysis in support of solar radiation balance and global warming research. He also worked at NASA's Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) where he developed computational models to investigate predictions of a new theory of turbulence developed by GISS investigators. From 1998 to 2000 he was a post-doctoral scientist at the Courant Institute investigating methods for remote sensing of dielectric properties of superconducting thin films.
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Two training/demo questions & answer sessions for the Meteorological and Geoastrophysical Abstracts (MGA) citation database will be held:
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These books are missing from the Library and are needed for other researchers. If you have any of these items please return them immediately.
Assenheim, H.M., 1966. Introduction to Electron Spin Resonance (QC 762 A8)
Blanchard A., 1976. Phase Locked Loops: Application to Coherent Receiver Design (TK 7872 P38 B56)
Datta, S., 1989. Quantum Phenomena (TK 7871.85 D37)
Gerald, C.F. and P.O. Wheatley, 1984. Applied Numerical Analysis (QA 297 G47)
Hobbs, P.V., 2000. Introduction to Atmospheric Chemistry (QC 879.6 H62)
Howes, M.J. and D.V. Morgan, 1978. Variable Impedance Devices (TK 7871.86 V37)
Landau, L.D., 1976. Mechanics (QA 805 L283)
Landau, L.D. and E.M. Lifshitz, 1958. Quantum Mechanics: Non-Relativistic Theory (QC 174.1 L313)
Lewin, L., D. Chang, and E. Kuester, 1977. Electromagnetic Waves and Curved Structures (QC 661 L48)
Lighthill, M.J., 1978. Waves in Fluids (QC 157 L53)
Locherer, K.-H., 1981. Parametric Electronics: an Introduction (TK 7835 L57)
Reynolds, R., 2000. Cambridge Guide to the Weather (QC 981 R49)
Ruggiero S.T. and D.A. Rudman, 1990. Superconducting Devices (TK 7872 S8 S79)
1976 International Conference on Communications : ICC76, June 14-16, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Vol 2. (TK 5101 C55)