Keynote Speakers

Gabrielle de Lannoy, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.

TopicAssimilation of SMOS and SMAP Observations into the NASA GEOS-5 Land Surface Model to Improve Global Estimates of Surface and Root-Zone Soil Moisture.

Ruben Juanes, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

TopicInduced Seismicity in Subsurface Technologies: New Operational Constraints in Need of New Computational Models.

Randall J. LeVeque, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Washington.

TopicMulti-scale Tsunami Modeling and Probabilistic Hazard Assessment.

Richard Peltier, Department of Physics, University of Toronto.

TopicClimate Coupled Hydrology in a Warming World

David DiCarlo  Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, University of Texas at Austin.

TopicMeasurements of Three-Phase Flow and How Three-Phase Flow is Both More Complicated and Simpler Than Two-Phase Flow

Christine A. Shoemaker, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Cornell University.

TopicEfficient Surrogate Methods for Global Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification of Computationally Expensive Nonconvex Models of Hydrogeologic Systems

Harry Vereecken, Agrosphere Institute, Forschungszentrum Jülich.

TopicHigh Performance Scientific Computing in terrestrial hydrology: linking data and models

Stéphane Zaleski, University Pierre et Marie Curie.

TopicThe simulation of droplets, bubbles and interfaces.