Ryder Fox

  • Program Year: 2
  • Academic Institution: University of Miami, RSMAS
  • Field of Study: Meteorology and Physical Oceanography
  • Academic Advisor: David Nolan
  • Practicum(s): Practicum Not Yet Completed
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Physics, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, 2018
  • Personal URL: http://kryderfox.com

Publications

Refereed Publications:

Fox, K. Ryder, and Falko Judt, 2017: A numerical study on the extreme intensification of Hurricane Patricia (2015). Wea. and Forecasting, 33, 989-999. [doi.org/10.1175/WAF-D-17-0101.1]

Non-Refereed Publications:
Fox, K. Ryder and Falko Judt, 2018: How Predictable was the Extreme Intensification of 2015's Hurricane Patricia? Conference Notebook, Bull. Am. Meteor. Soc. 99(10), 1991-1993.

Fox, K. Ryder, 2016: Dissecting the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Patricia. Down to Earth Department, Physics Today. [Available online at: https://goo.gl/NqwYZD]

Selected Talks:
Fox, K. Ryder and Jared Canright, 2018: Get yourself funded! Writing Successful Scholarship and Fellowship Applications. 8th Annual oSTEM Conference. Out in Sci., Tech., Eng., Math.

Fox, K. Ryder, Iksha Gurung, J.J. Miller, Manil, Maskey, and Andrew Molthan, 2018: Applying Deep Convolutional Neural Networks to the Estimation of Tropical Cyclone Intensity within Passive Microwave Images. Summer Poster Expo, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center,

Fox, K. R., F. Judt, and D. Ahijevych, 2018: Evaluating Tropical Cyclones Simulated by a Global Convection-Permitting Model. 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

Judt, F., and K. R. Fox, 2018: The Extreme Intensification and Predictability of 2015's Hurricane Patricia. 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

Sessions, S., K. R.Fox, S. Sentic, and P. T. Haertel, 2018: Evaluating Lagrangian Model Simulations of the Madden-Julian Oscillation with Metrics for Balanced Dynamics. 33rd Conference on Hurricanes and Tropical Meteorology, Amer. Meteor. Soc.

Fox, K. Ryder and Traci Davis, 2017: LGBTQIA+ STEM 202: It Begins at Inclusion. 7th Annual oSTEM Conference, Out in Sci., Tech., Eng., Math.

Fox, K. R., F. Judt, and D. Ahijevych, Evaluating Tropical Cyclones Simulated by a Global Convection-Permitting Model. Zone 16 Meeting, Soc. Phys. Stud.

Fox, K. R. and F. Judt, 2017: How Predictable was the Extreme Intensity of Hurricane Patricia (2015)? 18th Cyclone Workshop.

Fox, K. R., F. Judt, and D. Ahijevych, Evaluating Tropical Cyclones Simulated by a Global Convection-Permitting Model. SOARS Colloquium, Univ. Corp. Atmos. Res.

Fox, K. R. and F. Judt, 2017: How Predictable was the Extreme Intensity of Hurricane Patricia (2015)? Physics Department Colloquium, New Mexico Tech.

Fox, K. R. and L. Martinez, 2016: Breaking the Silence and Releasing the Stigma: LGBTQ+ Mental Health. 6th Annual National Conference, Out in Sci., Tech., Eng., Math.

Fox, K. R. and F. Judt, 2016: Behind the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Patricia, the Strongest Recorded Hurricane in History. Joint Meeting of the Four Corners and Texas Sections of the American Physical Society, Amer. Phys. Soc., 61(15).

Fox, K. Ryder, 2016: The State of Underrepresented Students at New Mexico Tech. An Institutional Review Board approved study presented to the New Mexico Tech Administration.

Fox, K. R., S. Brinton, and T. Davis, 2016: Seeing Between the Lines: Trans and Non-Binary Gender Identities in STEM. 15th Annual Philadelphia Trans Health Conference, Phil. Trans Health Conf.
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Selected Posters:

Fox, K. Ryder, Falko Judt, and David Ahijevych, 2018: Evaluating Tropical Cyclones Simulated by a Global Convection-Permitting Model. Third Symposium on Multi-Scale Predictability: Data-model Integration and Uncertainty Quantification for Climate and Earth System Monitoring and Prediction, 98th AMS Annual Meeting. Austin, TX. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 372.

Fox, K. Ryder and Aaron Pina, 2017: Retaining LGBTQ+ Students and Early Career Professionals in STEM through Holistic Engagement. 27th Symposium on Education 98th AMS Annual Meeting, Austin, TX. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 1031A.

Fox, K. Ryder, Falko Judt, and David Ahijevych, 2017: Evaluating Tropical Cyclones Simulated by a Global Convection-Permitting Model. Internship Research Poster Session, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

Fox, K. Ryder and Falko Judt, 2017: Behind the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Patricia, the Strongest Recorded Hurricane in History. Robert A. Houze, Jr. Symposium 97th AMS Annual Meeting, Seattle, WA. Amer. Meteor. Soc., 430.

Fox, K. Ryder and Falko Judt, 2016: Behind the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Patricia, the Strongest Recorded Hurricane in History. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA. Amer. Geo. Union, A431- 0380.

Fox, K. Ryder and Falko Judt, 2016: Behind the Rapid Intensification of Hurricane Patricia, the Strongest Recorded Hurricane in History. Internship Research Poster Session, University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

Fox, K. Ryder, 2016: Identifying Downdrafts in Convective Organization: Improving Climate Modeling through Deeper Understanding. Student Research Symposium, Socorro, NM, New Mexico Tech.

Fox, K. Ryder and A. J. Schlesinger, 2015: Photovoltaic Cell Power, Efficiency, and Wavelength Dependence. Student Research Symposium, Socorro, NM, New Mexico Tech.

Awards

Department of Energy Computational Graduate Science Fellow, 2018

Point Scholar, Point Foundation, 2018

National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow, 2018, declined.

Albert G. Petschek Award for Excellence in Theoretical Physics, New Mexico Tech, 2018

Space Grant, 2018. Awarded by the New Mexico Space Grant Consortium to continue MPAS research I began at NCAR in summer 2017.

Tech Scholar Award, 2017. Awarded by the New Mexico Tech Physics Department.

SOARS Protege Scholarship, 2017-2018. Awarded to student interns by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

Out to Innovate 2017-2018 Undergraduate Scholarship, Awarded by NOGLSTP for LGBTQ+ STEM advocacy and academic GPA.

Jay Fein Scholarship, Merit scholarship for seniors, awarded by the American Meteorological Society, 2017

Presidential Scholarship, 2017. Merit award for seniors at New Mexico Tech.

Robert A. Houze Jr. Symposium Student Travel Award, 2017. Awarded to two students for poster presentations at a named symposium in the 97th AMS Annual Meeting

Society of Physics Students Travel Award, 2017. Awarded for poster presentation at the 97th AMS Annual Meeting

Student Government Association Research Travel Grant, New Mexico Tech, 2016. Awarded for poster presentation at the AGU Fall Meeting.

Outstanding Undergraduate Oral Presentation, American Physical Society, 2016. Awarded for research presentation at the APS Four Corners Section Meeting.

American Physical Society Travel Award, 2016. Awarded for research presentation at the APS Four Corners Meeting.

SOARS Protege Scholarship, 2016-2017. Awarded to student interns by the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research.

NOAA EPP Scholarship, 2016. Declined.

Student Appreciation Award, New Mexico Tech, 2015. Awarded for underrepresented student advocacy.