Computational Hydrology

The Roundy Research Group

The aim of the Computational Hydrology research group is to develop a better understanding of the natural environment and its interaction with the built environment. In particular, our research group focuses on land-atmosphere interactions, drought mechanism, land surface modeling, parameter estimation, seasonal prediction and the impact of human induced change on the water and climate system. To do this we utilize mathematical models and advance data analysis techniques in conjunction with high performance computing to analyze and apply large datasets to real world problems.