Omitaomu elevated to IEEE senior rank
Olufemi (Femi) Omitaomu of the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) Climate Change Science and Urban Dynamics Institutes (CCSI and UDI) has been elevated to the grade of IEEE Senior Member. Senior Member is the highest grade for which members of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) can apply and requires at least 10 years’ professional experience, including 5 years of significant achievements.
Bob Andres—lessons from an unplanned career
Bob Andres of the ORNL Climate Change Science Institute (CCSI) and Carbon Dioxide Information Analysis Center (CDIAC) has been a volcanologist, a geochemical consultant, a university professor, a laboratory manager, a remote sensing expert, and an instrument developer over the course of a 24-year career that has spanned numerous organizations, including two national laboratories, and taken him all over the world. “My career, or rather its trajectory, was certainly not planned,” Andres says.
ORNL researchers contribute to State Department's Arctic blog
ORNL's Peter Thornton, Stan Wullschleger and Kate Evans have written an entry for the State Department's "Our Arctic Nation" blog on Medium.com. The blog, run by the Arctic Council of the State Department's Office of Oceans and Polar Affairs, invites individuals with personal or professional connection to the Arctic to contribute to raise awareness of U.S. interests and priorities in the region and reinforce the idea of the United States as an Arctic nation