Tim Bonin

Tim Bonin

Research Scientist

MIT/Lincoln Lab

Dr. Timothy Bonin received his Ph.D. in meteorology from the University of Oklahoma in 2015, and has been a Technical Staff Member at MIT Lincoln Laboratory since 2018. He is a subject matter expert in planetary boundary layer and urban meteorology, as well as various in situ and remote sensing measurement capabilities including instrumented unmanned aerial systems and Doppler wind lidar. His current efforts focus on novel and improved weather sensing capabilities and short term high-resolution forecasts for aviation, including the emerging advanced air mobility field. Previously, he has also developed methodologies for measuring both wind and turbulence with various instruments, which have been used for wind energy and chemical dispersion applications

  • UASs
  • Boundary Layer Meteorology
  • Dopper lidar
  • PhD in Meteorology, 2015

    University of Oklahoma