Lele Shu

Lele Shu is an associate professor in Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources (NIEER), Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) since 2020. He obtained PhD degree of Water Resource Engineering and minor degree of Computational Science from Pennsylvania State University in 2017, then worked as postdoc in UC Davis. His research interest includes computational distributed hydrologic model, integrated Coupled Nature-Human System modeling, impact of landuse and climate change and hydrologic data mining.

Interests
  • Hydrologic model with numeric methos
  • Spatial heterogeneity and homogeneity in runoff, evaporation, subsurface fluxes and in their sensitivity to their controls
  • High-performance/parallel computing in hydrologic models
  • Coupled Nature-Human watershed modeling
Education
  • Ph.D in Water Resources Engineer and Computational Science, 2012-2017

    Pennsylvania State University

  • M.S. in GIS and Remote Sensing, 2006-2009

    University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (Lanzhou, China)

  • B.S in Geography Information System, 2001-2005

    Lanzhou University (Lanzhou, China)

Paul Ullrich

Paul Ullrich

Ph.D, Associate Professor of Atmospheric Science

Land, Air and Water Resources Department, UC Davis

UC Davis Climate and Global Change Group

Paul Ullrich

Associate Professor of Regional and Global Climate Modeling

Faculty Scientist, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Topical Editor, Geoscientific Model Development

Associate Editor, Monthly Weather Review

Interests
  • Regional and Global Climate modeling,
  • Extreme Weather Detection and Attribution
  • Atmospheric Dynamics
  • Numerical Methods
  • Static and Adaptive mesh refinement'
Education
  • Ph.D. Atmospheric Science, 2017

    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan

  • M. Math Applied Mathematics, 2009

    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario

  • M.S. Atmospheric Science, 2009

    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario

  • B. Math Applied Mathematics and Computer Science", 2005

    University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario

Christopher Duffy

Christopher Duffy

Ph.D, Professor of Hydrology

Department of Civil Engineering

Pennsylvania State University

Christopher Duffy, Ph.D

Dr. Duffy is a professor of Hydrology in Department of Civil Engineering, Pennsylvania State University. He is the lead of the PIHM group and advisor of PIHM/SHUD development. His primary research interests are stochastic and numerical modeling of groundwater flow and solute transport and modeling large-scale hydrologic systems.

Interests
  • Stability of a Two-State Hillslope Model
  • Concentration-Discharge Dynamics in Watersheds
  • Visualizing Dynamics of Layered Hillslopes
  • Spatio-temporal analysis of the forced Richards Equation
  • Theory and Numerical Experiments for Macroporous Hillslopes
  • Modeling Soil Moisture of a Semi-arid Hillslope
  • Modal Analysis of Complex Groundwater Chemistry
Education
  • Ph.D. Hydrology, 1982

    New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

  • M.S. Hydrology, 1976

    New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

  • B.S. Environmental Engineering, 1975

    New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology