Zachary Wienhoff is an Engineer and Meteorologist with Haag Engineering Co. Based in Champaign, Illinois, Mr. Wienhoff has worked advising atmospheric sciences students on topics related to the EF-scale and non-linear damage patterns in significant tornadoes. He was an a Agricultural Meteorology Intern for The Climate Corporation/Monsanto/Bayer, where he worked with in-house quantitative precipitation estimation algorithm focused on improving rainfall estimates for farmers and internal company services. Mr. Wienhoff’s field research and experiments include working as weather instrumentation field coordinator (Wind Engineering Research Laboratory – UIUC) and coordinating/assisting with post-tornado ground and aerial damage surveys. He worked as a Radar Operator/Field Coordinator (Bluestein Research Group – OU) studying tornado/supercell dynamics and nocturnal convection. Mr. Wienhoff’s research is widely published in many technical journals and publications. He is an engineer-in-training in Iowa and an FAA-Licensed UAS Remote Pilot.
Engineer in Training- Iowa
FAA-Licensed UAS Remote Pilot