Christopher J. Schultz

Christopher J. Schultz

Christopher J. Schultz

Dr. Christopher Schultz is focused on the understanding of the kinematics and microphysics that drive extreme flash rates in convection and their applications to monitoring severe weather, snowstorms, wildfire, and volcanoes. He current works within the NASA Short-Term Prediction and Research Transition (SPoRT) Center and the Atmospheric Electricity teams at MSFC. Dr. Schultz is part of the GLM and ISS-LIS science teams, and is a council member on the National Lightning Safety Council.

Contact at: christopher.j.schultz@nasa.gov

Education

Positions

  • Research Meteorologist, August 2015 - Present, Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL
  • NASA Pathways Intern, June 2012 - August 2015, Marshall Space Flight Center, Huntsville, AL
  • Graduate Research Associate, August 2006 - May 2012, University of Alabama in Huntsville, Huntsvile, AL

Publications

Technical Contact: Dr. Christopher Hain (christopher.hain@nasa.gov)
Responsible Official: Dr. Gary Jedlovec (gary.jedlovec@nasa.gov)
Page Curator: Paul Meyer (paul.meyer@nasa.gov)
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