Matt Seybold

Matt Seybold

GOES-R Data Operations Manager and Team Lead for Product Readiness & Operations (PRO)

Matthew Seybold is the GOES-R Data Operations Manager and Team Lead for Product Readiness & Operations (PRO).  He is responsible for the Science Products and Data Services for GOES-16 and the future GOES-S/T/U.  Although he is embedded with the GOES-R Program at NASA Goddard, Matt’s home organization is the NESDIS Office of Satellite & Product Operations (OSPO) based out of NCWCP in College Park, MD and NSOF in Suitland, MD.  His past experience includes serving as an OSPO User Services Coordinator and a Product Area Lead for tropical and air quality satellite applications.  Previous to joining NOAA, Matthew worked at the Maryland Department of the Environment as the Division Chief for Air Quality Monitoring, Modeling, and Analysis and as an operational air quality forecaster.  Matthew holds a M.S. in Atmospheric Science from N.C. State and B.S. degrees in Physical Sciences and Geography from the University of Maryland.

Plenary Session: GOES-R and Instruments

Great Hall

NOAA’s Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellites (GOES) have been a mainstay of weather forecasts and environmental monitoring for the past 40 years. The next generation of GOES satellites, known as the GOES-R Series, ushers in a new era in geostationary environmental satellites. It has been 22 years since the last major instrument advance with the GOES I-M series. The […]

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GOES-R Operational Applications: Conversations with the Users

Great Hall

This session will feature six operational applications of GOES-16 that will cover how National Weather Service forecasters can use the next-generation satellite imagery for short-term forecasts, warning decisions, and impact-based decision support services. Each application case will be presented in 5 minutes and include 5 minutes of Q&A to provide the audience an opportunity to discuss how […]

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