John Crimaldi, Associate Professor, Ph.D., Stanford University. Interaction of fluid mechanics with biological systems and ecosystem dynamics; scalar transport, structure of passive and reactive chemical plumes; turbulent processes in benthic boundary layers.
Joseph Kasprzyk, Assistant Professor, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University. Water resources planning and management, decision making under uncertainty, multiobjective evolutionary algorithms, scientific visualization and model diagnostics.
Roseanna Neupauer, Associate Professor, Ph.D. New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology, Groundwater Hydrology and Contaminant transport, Probabilistic Approaches for Contaminant Source Identification, Wavelet Representations of Hydrogeologic Heterogeneity.
Harihar Rajaram, Professor, Ph.D. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Fundamental research in fluid mechanics and transport phenomena relevant to environmental, hydrologic and geological problems. Transport phenomena in porous media, stochastic transport theories, large-scale numerical computation, coupled processes.
Rajagopalan Balaji, Professor, Ph.D., Utah State University. Hydro-climate modeling, stochastic hydrology, nonparametric techniques for spatial data analyses, times series analysis and forecasting.
Edie Zagona, Research Professor, Ph.D., University of Colorado; Director of CADSWES. Water resource systems and modeling, planning and operations of multi-objective river and reservoir systems, hydropower optimization, decision support, adaptive management for climate change.