Assistant Research Professor
Ph D, University of Puerto Rico (2011)
MS, University of Puerto Rico (2004)
MS, University of Wisconsin (1998)
BS, University of Puerto Rico (1995)
Dr. Delgado, holds a doctoral degree in Chemistry, and is experienced in remote sensing technology for air quality, wind energy, and meteorology applications. His interest and experience in active and passive remote sensing measurements has allowed him to participate in numerous field campaigns with NASA, NOAA, NSF and DOE. Dr. Delgado has mentored undergraduate and graduates students from diverse majors (Math, Physics, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Geography and Environmental Systems) in atmospheric and remote sensing topics, and serves on graduate committees.
Dr. Delgado research interests focus in atmospheric chemistry and physics, and laser remote sensing technology. Elastic, Raman, and Doppler wind lidar measurements are integrated with satellite retrievals, ground based concentration measurements of gases and aerosols (TEOM, BAM, filters), and numerical weather prediction models to reach a thorough understanding of the coupling of chemistry and dynamics in air-land-marine interactions.
Chemistry and Physics
(2015) Aerosol particulate matter in the Baltimore metropolitan area: Temporal variation over a six-year period Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association
AMS/Joint between the Seventh Symposium on Lidar Atmospheric Applications; and the Sixth Conference on Weather, Climate, and the New Energy Economy Oral Presentation Using Doppler Wind Lidar to Assess Meteorological Controls on Offshore Wind Power Generation UMBC/JCET Phoenix, AZ (Jan 7, 2015)
AMS/Seventh Symposium on Lidar Atmospheric Applications Poster Validating Model Simulations using Wind Lidar Profiles over the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Area UMBC/JCET Phoenix, AZ (Jan 7, 2015)
AMS 14th Annual Student Conference Poster Comparison of RAP Forecast Wind Data with LIDAR Measurements in the Maryland Wind Energy Area UMBC/JCET Phoenix, AZ (Jan 4, 2015)
AMS 14th Annual Student Conference Poster Determining Planetary Boundary Layer Heights with Ground-Based Lidar and Wind Profiler on Short Spatial and Temporal Scales UMBC/JCET Phoenix, AZ (Jan 4, 2015)
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Poster Hygroscopic Measurements of Aerosol Particles in Colorado during the Discover AQ Campaign 2014 American Geophysical Union San Francisco, CA (Dec 16, 2014)
7th NOAA EPP Biennial Education and Science Forum Poster CREST Lidar Network Observations for Air Quality and Wind Energy Research NOAA Office of Education University of Maryland, Eastern Shore (Nov 1, 2014)
ASME 2014 4th Joint US-European Fluid Engineering Division Summer Meeting (FEDSM 2014), August 3-7, Chicago, IL, 2014. Oral Presentation An Assessment on the Wind Energy Potential and Potential and Possible Solutions for Power Generation in Baltimore County in Maryland, USA ASME Chicago (Aug 1, 2014)
Seventeen Annual Summer Undergraduate Research Fest (SURF) Poster Measurements of Offshore Wind Resources over Maryland for Strategic Planning and Development of Offshore Wind Energy Projects UMBC UMBC (Aug 1, 2014)
American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting Oral Presentation Evaluation of Extinction Profiles and Aerosol Optical Depth from Lidar and DRAGON in the Baltimore-Washington DISCOVER-AQ Experiment American Geophysical Union San Francisco, CA (Dec 11, 2013)
Sixteen Annual Summer Undergraduate Research Fest (SURF) Poster Measurements of Offshore Wind Resources over Maryland for Strategic Planning and Development of Offshore Wind Energy Projects UMBC UMBC (Aug 1, 2013)
8th NOAA CREST Annual Symposium Poster Initial Results Obtained from a Differential Absorption Lidar (DIAL) to MeasureTropospheric Ozone in Maryland NOAA CREST City College of New York (Jun 1, 2013)
2013 AMS Annual Symposium Oral Presentation CREST Lidar Network Observations of Particle Pollution across the Eastern United States and Caribbean American Meteorological Society Austin, Texas (Jan 8, 2013)
2013 AMS Annual Symposium Poster Mixed Layer Heights and Aerosol Products derived from the NASA LaRC airborne High Spectral Resolution Lidar during the First DISCOVER-AQ Field Mission American Meteorological Society Austin, Texas (Jan 8, 2013) Download.