Gabrielle de Lannoy, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
Topic: Assimilation 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.
Topic: Induced Seismicity in Subsurface Technologies: New Operational Constraints in Need of New Computational Models.
Randall J. LeVeque, Department of Applied Mathematics, University of Washington.
Topic: Multi-scale Tsunami Modeling and Probabilistic Hazard Assessment.
Richard Peltier, Department of Physics, University of Toronto.
Topic: Climate Coupled Hydrology in a Warming World
David DiCarlo Department of Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering, University of Texas at Austin.
Topic: Measurements 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.
Topic: Efficient Surrogate Methods for Global Optimization and Uncertainty Quantification of Computationally Expensive Nonconvex Models of Hydrogeologic Systems
Harry Vereecken, Agrosphere Institute, Forschungszentrum Jülich.
Topic: High Performance Scientific Computing in terrestrial hydrology: linking data and models
Stéphane Zaleski, University Pierre et Marie Curie.
Topic: The simulation of droplets, bubbles and interfaces.