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Lance Belobrajdic
Lance Belobrajdic

Department of Oceanography
Texas A&M University
3146 TAMU
College Station, Texas 77843-3146


B.S. Meteorology, Texas A&M University, (Dec 2019)

M.S. Ocean Science & Technology, Texas A&M University, (Dec 2020)

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 Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) Program, 2017

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

Pat Tillman Foundation (PTF) Scholar, 2018


U.S. Air Force, Special Operations Weather Team (SOWT) Training Manager/Instructor, Novice to Journeyman Operational/Deployment Training, AFSOC, Fort Bragg, NC, 2016

Lance Belobrajdic

Graduate Student

Research Interests

  • 3d modeling & printing
    • ground/upper air meteorological sensors
    • littoral, riverine, & oceanographic sensors
  • Upper air balloon data collection & microwave sensors
  • Tropical storms, hurricanes, & flooding
  • Microscale tropical rainforest uplift & convection

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 to this on-going research, individually will be looking at 3d modeling and printing applications of green resources for field use or incorporation into meteorological or oceanographic sensors.

Additional Information

Advisor: Dr. Don T. Conlee
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