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About NOAA-CREST

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration-Cooperative REmote Sensing Science & Technology Center aims to conduct research consistent with NOAA’s interests of Environmental Assessment, Prediction and Environmental Stewardship. NOAA-CREST research creates a framework to recruit, educate, train and graduate undergraduate and graduate students especially from underrepresented minority communities for professional opportunities and  thus create a diverse STEM workforce for NOAA, other federal agencies, private sectors and academia. 


NOAA-CREST members are actively involved in the state-of-the-art research with a focus on remote sensing science and technologies, that closely integrates with NOAA’s mission to protecting and managing the use of coastal resources, increasing our understanding of climate variability and change, and serving society’s need for weather and water information.

Assigned to the National Environmental Satellite, Data and Information Service’ (NESDIS), Center for Satellite Applications and Research (STAR), CREST thematic research & education projects are designed to address NOAA’s main missions of Sciences, Services, and Stewardships.

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T-107, Steinman Hall
140th St. & Convent Ave.,
New York, NY 10031, USA

PHONE
(212) 650-8099

FAX
(212) 650-8097

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Our People

Our people are our greatest asset — we are comprised of creative, caring, and highly skilled professionals dedicated to serving the scientific and engineering community.

Luis Ortiz
Luis Ortiz

PhD Student

Jianting Zhang
Jianting Zhang

Assistant Professor in Geographical Information System, Department of Computer Science
Ph: (212) 650 - 6175

Michelle Diaz-Laboy
Michelle Diaz

Visitor Experience Coordinator at Victaulic
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Michael Piasecki
Michael Piasecki

Associate Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering

Partners & Affiliates

Our partners and affiliates consist of key players in the scientific and engineering industry that support our endeavors for education and mission.

Columbia University
Hampton University
University of Puerto Rico Mayaguez Campus
University of Wisconsin
NOAA NWS
NOAA
San Diego State University
NOAA NOS
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Raytheon Mission Operations Solutions
NOAA NESDIS
NOAA EPP
NOAA NESDIS STAR
The City College of New York
Earth Resources Technology, Inc.
Northrop Grumman
University of Texas, El-Paso
Colorado State University