Rachel Robey

  • Program Year: 3
  • Academic Institution: University of Colorado Boulder
  • Field of Study: Applied Mathematics
  • Academic Advisor: Keith Julien
  • Practicum(s):
    Oak Ridge National Laboratory (2021)
  • Degree(s):
    B.S. Applied Mathematics, University of Colorado Boulder, 2017


Sanchez Gomez, Miguel, Lundquist, Julie K., Mirocha, Jeffrey D., Arthur, Robert S., Munoz-Esparza, Domingo, and Robey, Rachel. Can lidars assess wind plant blockage in simple terrain? A WRF-LES study. United States: N. p., 2022. Web. doi:10.1063/5.0103668.

Robey, Rachel, and Julie K. Lundquist. "Behavior and mechanisms of Doppler wind lidar error in varying stability regimes." Atmospheric Measurement Techniques 15.15 (2022): 4585-4622.

Hash-Based Algorithms for Discretized Data
Robey, R. N., Nicholaeff, D., & Robey, R. W. (2013). SIAM Journal on Scientific Computing, 35(4), C346-C368.

Virtual Profiling Lidar Error in Idealized WRF-LES. Talk. AMS 26 Jan 2022
Rachel Robey, Univ. of Colorado, Boulder, CO; and J. K. Lundquist

Interdisciplinary Turbulence Initiative Talk, Bertinoro Italy
September 2018 Mass Flux Closure for Ocean Surface Boundary Layer

Rocky Mountain Fluid Dynamics Symposium Talk, Boulder
August 2018 Mass Flux Closure for Ocean Surface Boundary Layer

LANL COSIM Seminar, Los Alamos
February 2017 Plant Transpiration Models

Parallel Computing Summer School, Los Alamos
June 2016 HIGRAD/FIRETEC Applications

EMPA, Zurich
April 2016 Plant Transpiration Models
E3SM DOE Modeling PI Meeting (dual contribution with Luke Van Roekel and Qing Li), North Potomac, Maryland
November 2018 Mass Flux Closure for Ocean Surface Boundary Layer

Frontiers in Boundary Layers, Santa Barbara
May 2018 Mass Flux Closure for Ocean Surface Boundary Layer

Ocean Sciences Poster, Portland
February 2018 Mixing in an Idealized Circumpolar Current using Lagrangian Trajectory Decomposition

LANL Student Symposium, Los Alamos
August 2013 Hash-Based Algorithms


Dean's List, University of Colorado Boulder (2013,2014,2015,2016,2017)

Graduation Cum Laude

National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Aspiration Winner