An overview of computing facilities, frequently asked computing questions, and contact information for the meteorology computing group.
We have labs to study air precipitation and chemistry and cloud and aerosol experimentation among others. Explore our facilities such as the Penn State lightning cluster mapper; a mobile research trailer used for satellite validation, air quality monitoring, and investigations of pollution transport and deposition; and a network of field sites in northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan called ChEAS.
This is where you will find information about our weather center (The Joel N. Myers Weather Center), our physical meteorology laboratory, our sound-proof radio broadcast booth (The Bob and Charlotte Landis Broadcast Room), our tv studio, and all other teaching facilities in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science.
Centers or other institutions that are administered by or affiliated with faculty and staff in the Department of Meteorology and Atmospheric Science.
Password required--for internal use only. Meteorology faculty, staff, and graduate students can add events, but please see a staff member in the Meteorology main office to change or delete an event.
Information on how to report a Meteorology facilities issue (elevators, lightbulbs out, water leaks, etc.)