Bringi: Dr. Bringi's research interests are
in dual-polarized radar theory, and applications to remote sensing
of precipitation. He was a member of the AMS Committee on Radar Meteorology,
and has served on the NEXRAD Technical Advisory Committee. He
is the editor for J. Atmos. Ocean Tech. and is currently
a member of the NSSL/NOAA's Radar Advisory Board.
Dr. Bringi is a Fellow of the American Meteorological
Chandrasekar: Dr. Chandrasekar's interests and
expertise are in
radar system design, network development and RF communication systems.
He has contributed to meteorological radar systems and applications
to atmospheric science. He also conducts research on related topics
including image processing, neural network applications and large
scale system simulation. Dr. Chandra has been the
associate editor of Journal of Atmospheric Technology
and JAM. He is the Associate Director of the NSF
Engineering Research Center for Collaborative Adaptive Sensing of
Atmosphere, established in collaboration with Univ. of
Massachusetts, Univ. of Oklahoma and Univ. of Puerto Rico. Dr.
Chandra is a Fellow of IEEE.