Computational Physics, Inc. was founded to perform scientific research and use its findings to characterize radiation properties of the Earth's upper atmosphere and develop new remote sensing techniques for better understanding the upper atmosphere and ionosphere. Today, CPI continues to be active in these areas but has broadened its work to also address remote sensing of the Earth's complete environment, including the terrain, oceans, the lower and middle atmospheres (including clouds), ionospheric effects on signals, data assimilation techniques for specification of the state of the global ionosphere, software architectures using object-oriented concepts for distributed processing, and architectures and techniques for integration of satellite ground data processing systems. Learn More About CPI
Dr. John Correira participates in Virginia JCOTS Nanosatellites Advisory Committee Meeting as an appointed member. Press Releases
CPI launches the GeoMagnetic Disturbance (GMD) Division focused on the impacts of space weather on the nation's power grid infrastructure. The AVERT™ Model, developed by CPI's Dr. Jennifer Gannon, provides a real-time localized electric field modeling capability for accurate assessment of GMD impacts on crucial power resources. Read more about how CPI can help determine your infrastructure vunerabilities.
CPI Presents CREATIONS™ Software Suite at the 35th Review of Atmospheric Transmission Models (ATM) Meeting Press Releases
CPI is pleased to announce the release of ACT (Atmospheric Correction Tool) version 1.1, now with optional topographic correction and support for Landsat 8. Press Releases
Navy Awards SeaPort-e Contract to Computational Physics, Inc. Additional Information
NASA selects Global-scale Observations of the Limb and Disk (GOLD) mission in which CPI will play a key role. Press Releases