Jen Lowe

My work supports a number of the objectives of our NSF Project. On a given day, I might create timeseries plots for publication, produce scatterplots for exploratory data analysis, and run statistical analysis to compare lidar-derived wind vectors with in situ sonic anemometer wind measurements. The tools I use reflect the breadth of my work, and include IDL, R, and Python.

My broad interest is in making science, and especially numerical information, beautiful and accessible. In my off time you might find me playing with open-source tools like Processing to create novel visualizations of particle flow through lidar-derived vector fields, like the animation below.

Contact: jplowe at csuchico dot edu; 530-898-3632; PHSC 121B

A sample of Jen Lowe's work.