Ken Keiser

Biography

Ken Keiser, a research scientist at the Information Technology & Systems Center at the University of Alabama in Huntsville (UAH), has over 30 years of experience with development of geoscience related information technology solutions. While at UAH, Ken has been involved with a number of applied research projects ranging from Earth science topics, homeland security activities, and defense-related modeling and simulation systems.

Research Interests

Research interests include spatial science topics, to include data management, distributed processes, virtualization and analysis.

Posters

Climatology of mountain gap winds and coastal upwelling poster A Climatology of Mountain Gap Wind Jets and Related Coastal Upwelling Based on Analysis of Satellite Climate Data Records (OceanSci 2012)
ED3 Poster Automated Data Delivery and Processing for Disaster Events
Coastal gap winds and ocean upwelling poster presented at ESIP 2012 Building a Climatology for Coastal Gap Winds and Resulting Ocean Upwellling Events (ESIP Meeting 2012)
ED3 Coastal Hazard Events Driven Automated Data Aggregation, Processing, and Delivery (2013 NGCHC Annual Science Meeting)
Coastal Research at ITSC Poster Coastal Research at the Information Technology and Systems Center
Data Albums: A Synthesis Engine for Studying Events (ESDSWG 2014) Data Albums: A Synthesis Engine for Studying Events (ESDSWG 2014)
Data Albums: A synthesis engine to support case study and climatology analysis (ESIP Winter 2014) Data Albums: A synthesis engine to support case study and climatology analysis (ESIP Winter 2014)
LEAD ESML poster Data Interchange in a Grid Environment: The Use of the Earth Science Markup Language (ESML) in the Linked Environments for Atmospheric Discovery (LEAD)
Decision Support Using NASA Data and Dispersion Modeling to Identify Possible Impacts of Prescribed Burns in Alabama (ESIP Meeting 2012)
Disaster Preparedness & Event Analysis (ESIP Summer 2014) Disaster Preparedness & Event Analysis (ESIP Summer 2014)
DISOVER poster DISCOVER (AGU 2008)
ECITE and beyond (EarthCube 2017) ECITE and beyond (EarthCube 2017)
SCOOP poster Enabling Coastal Researcn and Management with Advanced Information Technology
Sensor Webs poster Enabling Earth Science Research and Management with Sensor Webs
Event-Driven and Collaboration Technologies for Earth Science Research (Earth Cube 2014) Event-Driven and Collaboration Technologies for Earth Science Research (Earth Cube 2014)
Event-Driven Cyberinfrastructure Technologies  Supporting the Disaster Life Cycle (AGU 2014) Event-Driven Cyberinfrastructure Technologies Supporting the Disaster Life Cycle (AGU 2014)
Event-Driven Data Delivery (ED3) Technologies for Severe Weather Research GHRC Innovations: Moving Technology from Research to Production (ESIP Winter 2014) Event-Driven Data Delivery (ED3) Technologies for Severe Weather Research GHRC Innovations: Moving Technology from Research to Production (ESIP Winter 2014)
Evolving Frameworks for Different Communities of Scientists and End Users (AGU Fall Meeting 2016) Evolving Frameworks for Different Communities of Scientists and End Users (AGU Fall Meeting 2016)
Fusion Center Tools conference poster Fusion Center Tools from ACJIC and UAHuntsville
Air quality modeling poster How Clean is your Local Air? Here's an app for that (AGU 2011)
Providing Event-Driven Real-Time Data (ESIP Summer 2015) Providing Event-Driven Real-Time Data (ESIP Summer 2015)
SANDS poster SANDS: Sediment Analysis Network for Decision Support (AGU 2009)
Alabama fires poster Utilization of Near Real-time Satellite Data in Atmospheric Transport and Dispersion Modeling Applications
When Mountains Blow...A Joint Venture Between DISCOVER, NASA's Global Hydrology Resource Center, and UAH's Information Technology and Systems Center When Mountains Blow...A Joint Venture Between DISCOVER, NASA's Global Hydrology Resource Center, and UAH's Information Technology and Systems Center

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