Yousef is interested in experimental-numerical modeling of flow behavior in natural areas and engineered systems. His area of interest is studying environmental processes in urban water resources.
Kian is interested in developing computational hydrologic methods to assess the impacts of compound flooding in coastal communities.
Ryan is interested in discovering novel techniques to remove emerging pollutants from the environment, especially from the coupled stormwater- coastal systems.
Callum is interested in studying emerging impacts of Sea-Level Rise on urban infrastructure.
Cheyenne is interested in stormwater monitoring and exploring advanced methods to monitor oil & grease pollution in stormwater. Thesis recording: HERE
Vincent is interested in enhancing the safety of transportation infrastructure against flooding. His project is supported by DOT. Thesis recording: HERE. DOT Webinar.
Michael worked on the optimization of drainage infrastructure to minimize the risk of failure of the utility poles. His thesis defense recording is available at: HERE
Thomas worked on designing green stormwater control techniques to maximize the environmental benefits. His study area was a tributary of the San Diego River.
Wynneth worked on 2-dimensional stormwater modeling to propose mitigation plans. Her study area is Sorrento Valley, San Diego, which is located in the flood plain.
Atalie worked on the application of GIS for Sea-Level Rise inundation analyses. She also compiled data on community issues as a result of Sea-Level Rise.
Reyhaneh worked on modeling the compound inundation impacts of coastal climate change through statistical downscaling
Joaquin worked on the application of GIS for Sea-Level Rise inundation analyses. He also studies groundwater rise as a result of Sea-Level Rise.
Undergraduate Research Teams
Atalie Gomez, Minrva Munoz, Jasmin Kazak, Hanadi Jarar
Miguel Lomeli, Raghad Hashim, Dylanne Fee
Nick Steffenino, Justin Sornberger
Guillermo Munoz, Roosevelt Momon, Jeremy Monroe