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ADAM KOCHANSKI

Research Assistant Professor
College of Mines and Earth Sciences
Atmospheric Sciences
adam.kochanski@utah.edu
801/585-9487

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Dr. Kochanski received his Master Degrees in Chemical and Process Engineering, Organization and Management, as well as Master and Doctorate degrees in Atmospheric Science.
He is a research assistant professor working at the University of Utah Atmospheric Sciences Department. Dr. Kochanski is an expert in high-performance computing and data analysis.
He is an atmospheric modeler with extensive experience in numerical weather prediction, fire, and air quality modeling as well as regional climate modeling. Dr. Kochanski is an author on nearly 30 peer-reviewed publications and has delivered multiple invited or keynote talks.
His research interests include impacts of regional climate on the hydrological cycle, as well as fire-atmosphere interactions including air quality impacts of wildland fires. He is a co-developer of the coupled fire-atmosphere model WRF-SFIRE, the integrated fire, and air quality system and WRF-SFIRE-CHEM, as well as the fire forecasting system WRFX. He is one the modeling leads for the Fire and Smoke Model Evaluation Experiment (FASMEE) and a member of the Rocky Mountain Center for Fire-Weather Intelligence (RMC) steering committee.

Projects

Music-Based, Personalized Digital Therapy for People with Epilepsy

In this cross-disciplinary project, we propose to create a precision digital therapy by integrating expertise in music, mobile health, and atmospheric sciences. Neurological effects of music are recognized as a means to improve treatments for refract...


Collaborators

MICHAEL CHIKINDA (Project Owner)College of Fine Arts, School of Music
GRZEGORZ BULAJCollege of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry
ADAM KOCHANSKICollege of Mines and Earth Sciences, Atmospheric Sciences
Status: Funded 2020
Last Updated: 1/23/20