Matt Doggett’s work interests involve the use of computer science technologies to solve problems and deliver data in the application of PRISM (Parameter-elevation Regressions on Independent Slopes Model) and geospatial climatology which relates patterns of climate and its relationship with geographical features of the Earth. With a background in Meteorology and the atmospheric sciences, combined with extensive technical and computing expertise in a variety of computing solutions, he enjoys taking complex scientific challenges and transferring them into real and applicable solutions that help other scientists and researchers in their analysis of climate-driven relationships.
Air Force Institute of Technology M.S. (Meteorology) 1997
University of Washington B.S. (Atmospheric Sciences) 1992