Our staff consists of 50+ scientists, engineers, technicians, consultants, and business support experts to provide continuing sales and service to our customers. Our ongoing research and partnerships with leading institutions worldwide help ensure the latest instruments and technology. More
We manufacture cutting-edge instruments for measuring water droplets, ice crystals, CCN, ozone, black carbon, bioaerosols and other aerosols. We provide accessories for these instruments such as calibration devices and power distribution systems. And we create high-quality software to help you understand your data. More
For many reasons. To better understand cloud microphyics. To ensure accuracy in aircraft icing tests. To measure atmospheric ozone, a gas that absorbs UV radiation and affects the earth's temperature. To measure black carbon, which contributes to global warming. To analyze icing on wind turbines. More
Dr. Darrel Baumgardner, DMT's chief scientist, recently organized a workshop on best practices in analyzing cloud microphysics data. Participants are shown above. Presentations from the workshop will be available online in a few weeks; check back soon for details.
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