Lance Belobrajdic

Lance Belobrajdic

Graduate Student


Current research with atmospheric sciences department focuses on upper air data collection with use of helium filled balloons and different types of wide band and narrow band meteorological sensors to be decoded by various commercial software packages for data analysis and comparison.  Additional areas of research will include the TAMU Mesonet ground weather station, TAMU Green Roof Project, NASA CSBF Risk Assessment, and Vortex SE Upper Air intensive operation periods.


External research is with NASA Kennedy Space Center, Fl on Lake Sea Surface Temperature Modeling for future ingestion for mesoscale weather forecasting models.


B.S. Meteorology, Texas A&M University, (2021)

M.S. Ocean Science & Technology, Texas A&M University, (2021)

B.Eng. Electronics Engineering, ECPI University, 2010

A.A.S. Meteorology, Community College of the Air Force, 2013

A.A.S. Avionics Technology, Community College of the Air Force, 2009


Additional Notes:

Amateur Radio License, Technician, USA, Barbados

ROSGEN Riverine Morphology, Assessment, & Monitoring, Level 1, 2, & 3

American Avalanche Institute (AAI), Level 1, 2, & 3

PADI, SCUBA Open Water Diver Certified


NASA Texas Space Grant STEM Columbia Crew Memorial Scholar, 2019

Knauss Family Aggie Veteran Patriot Scholarship, College of Geosciences, 2019

M.T. Halbouty ‘30/ AAPG Foundation Endowed Fellowship, College of Geosciences, 2019

Louis & Elizabeth Scherck Scholarship, College of Geosciences, 2019

Student Research Week Sigma Xi STEM Excellence Award, 2018

Pat Tillman Foundation (PTF) Scholar, 2018

NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) Program, 2017

Texas Humanitarian Service Medal, Texas Air National Guard, Hurricane Harvey Weather Support, 2017

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Chrissy Wiederwohl

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