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Research conducted by ECE Professor Jennifer Dy and CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly on “Explainable deep learning for insights in El Niño and river flows” was published in Nature.
Congratulations to all the winners of the faculty and staff awards, and to everyone for their hard work and dedication during the 2022-2023 academic school year. COE Distinguished Faculty Award Yun Raymond Fu, ECE Auroop Ganguly, CEE Luke Landherr, ChE Sinan Müftü, MIE Mark Niedre, BioE Alison Nogueira, Co-op Nian Sun, ECE Constantinos Mavroidis Translational […]
MES/CEE Assistant Professor Samuel Munoz and CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly explain how atmospheric rivers can lead to devastating floods. What are atmospheric rivers? Will climate change make them worse? Main photo: In an aerial view, a car and a pickup truck are seen inside a sinkhole as another storm created by a series of atmospheric […]
Auroop Ganguly, director of the Sustainability and Data Sciences Laboratory at Northeastern University, Boston, told Newsweek, “On the hydrometeorological hazards side, heat waves are getting—and are further projected to get—even hotter, cold snaps persisting even if growing less frequent, heavy precipitation getting heavier, and so on.”
“We need to be open to the possibility of relocation” says Auroop R. Ganguly, professor of civil and environmental engineering at Northeastern University (featured in Grist Magazine)
Auroop Ganguly, director of the Sustainability and Data Sciences Laboratory at Northeastern University, Boston, told Newsweek, “On the hydrometeorological hazards side, heat waves are getting—and are further projected to get—even hotter, cold snaps persisting even if growing less frequent, heavy precipitation getting heavier, and so on.
Auroop Ganguly, director of the Sustainability and Data Sciences Laboratory at Northeastern University, told Newsweek, “On the hydrometeorological hazards side, heat waves are getting—and are further projected to get—even hotter, cold snaps persisting even if growing less frequent, heavy precipitation getting heavier, and so on.
Interdisciplinary engineering student Kate Duffy, PhD’21, has been studying the effect of climate change on insect populations and their important role in our ecosystem.
The following COE professors are among the top scientists worldwide selected by Stanford University representing the top 2 percent of the most-cited scientists with single-year impact in various disciplines. The selection is based on the top 100,000 by c-score (with and without self-citations) or a percentile rank of 2% or above. The list below includes […]
CEE Affiliated Faculty Tarik Gouhier and Professor Auroop Ganguly’s research on “Climate-mediated shifts in temperature fluctuations promote extinction risk” was published in Nature Climate Change.
For those areas devastated by Hurricane Ian, Northeastern experts encourage residents to build in natural buffers to protect against flooding when rebuilding. With storms threatening to intensify, should Floridians stay or should they go? With hundreds of Floridians remaining in shelters weeks after Hurricane Ian devastated swathes of the Sunshine state, the question many residents […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly and ChE Affiliated Faculty Eugene Smotkin explain the need to prepare your home for increasing fluctuations in temperatures in the winter and summer.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly and CSSH Professor Daniel Aldrich will serve as co-directors of the newly structured Global Resilience Institute (GRI), which is committed to developing and deploying practical and innovative tools, applications, and skills that strengthen the resilience of individuals, communities, infrastructure, systems, networks, and societies.
“We have to design for the worst cases,” says Auroop Ganguly, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Northeastern University in Boston. (featured in National Geographic)
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was quoted in the New York Times article “Three Ways to Build Back Smarter After Hurricane Ian.”
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was quoted in the New York Times article “Hospitals in Coastal Cities Risk Flooding Even in ‘Weak’ Hurricanes, Study Finds.”
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly stresses the need to design and build a more resilient infrastructure to reduce exposure to devastating climate events like floods.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was featured in multiple articles regarding how global weirding is contributing to Pakistan’s deadly floods. Newsweek: Global Weirding: Humans Have Caused Chaos on Earth Irshi Videos: Pakistan Floods: From Melting Glaciers to ‘Monster Monsoon’, What Caused Deadly Floods? IV News Independent: What caused Pakistan’s deadly floods? From melting glaciers to ‘monster’ […]
Auroop R. Ganguly, director of the Sustainability & Data Sciences Laboratory at Northeastern University, told Newsweek that this so-called “global weirding” will only continue to worsen as greenhouse emissions skyrocket.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly believes that more can be done to prepare for extreme weather events which will help save lives and reduce damages. The death toll in the Kentucky floods is climbing. Could this have been prevented? Main photo: Bonnie Combs, right, hugs her 10-year-old granddaughter Adelynn Bowling and watches as her property becomes […]
By Auroop R. Ganguly, Professor, Northeastern University Instructor, 2022 Climate Dialogue in Tanzania When I generally hear the now clichéd phrase “this is not rocket science”, I usually try to smile in a way that I hope comes across as amused tolerance. When my graduate students use the phrase however, I gently tell them that […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was quoted in two Newsweek articles about the increased droughts that have caused water levels to drop in Lake Mead and Lake Wilson. Locally, Ganguly was featured in the Boston 25 News story “Extreme temperatures, demand straining electricity system in Massachusetts.”
His own entrepreneurial success inspires him to support future change-makers Evan Kodra, who earned his PhD in Interdisciplinary Engineering in 2014, is determined to create positive change in the world. One aspect of that commitment is his role in co-founding risQ, a start-up company that factors the impacts of climate change and social equity into […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly and MES/CEE Assistant Professor Samuel Munoz have been predicting that climate change would lead to record-breaking temperatures that would affect people’s health and dangerous environmental conditions.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly will be working with the United Nations Environmental Programme to examine the latest research on reducing the hole in the ozone layer.
PhD engineering students and alumni, who conducted research in Professor Auroop Ganguly’s Sustainability and Data Sciences Lab, contributed to the new research report published by The Greater Boston Research Advisory Group (G-BRAG), titled “Climate Change Impacts and Projections for the Greater Boston Area”, describing how climate change will impact the Boston area.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly’s spinout company risQ, a climate modeling and analytics company founded by him and his former PhD students, was acquired by Intercontinental Exchange last month.
Nishant Yadav, PhD interdisciplinary engineering student, in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, participated in the Experiential PhD program. His research is in applying machine learning and AI to solving problems in climate and the environment. He joined CEE’s Sustainability and Data Sciences Lab at Northeastern under Professor Auroop Ganguly, and then worked at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, then NASA Ames Research Center, and is now starting work at Hitachi AI Labs.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly’s risQ climate startup, with CEO Even Kodra, PhD’14, interdisciplinary engineering, and a former member of Ganguly’s SDS Lab, was featured in an NBC news article on Latinos Disproportionately Impacted by Wildfires. View around 0:30 to around 0:50, and at around 0:40 to around 0:50 of the video.
Congratulations to the COE student recipients of the Summer 2021 PEAK Experiences Awards. The PEAK Experiences Awards are a progressively structured sequence of opportunities designed to support learners as they continue climbing to new heights of achievement in undergraduate research and creative endeavor throughout their Northeastern journeys. BASE CAMP AWARDS Ana Salichs, E’22, “Colorimetric Assays […]
“Interdisciplinarity.” That’s what drew PhD candidate Venkata Shashank Konduri to Northeastern. Konduri is pursuing a PhD in Interdisciplinary Engineering, meaning he is taking coursework from different disciplines and performing valuable research on complicated, multi-subject problems. “During the course of my PhD, I took classes from various departments like civil engineering, marine science, policy, and electrical […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was recently appointed as Chief Scientist of Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)’s Advanced Computing, Mathematics, and Data Division, Physical and Computational Sciences Directorate. The new partnership between Northeastern University and PNNL focuses on urban resilience and security.
CEE PhD student Nishant Yadav won the Best Student Paper Award by the AI Foundation For Good’s Fragile Earth Workshop for his paper “Machine Learning for Robust Identification of Complex Nonlinear Dynamical Systems: Applications to Earth Systems Modeling.”
While CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was unable to travel with his Dialogue of Civilizations students to Tanzania, he was able to provide a unique and interdisciplinary experience for his students, one quite unlike a typical virtual course.
CEE Alumni Spotlight: Physics-guided Probabilistic Modeling of Extreme Precipitation Under Climate Change
In a newly released paper, published in Scientific Reports, CEE alumni Drs. Udit Bhatia and Evan Kodra examine new methods for improving earth systems models.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was awarded a patent for creating a “System for networking and analyzing geospatial data, human infrastructure, and natural elements.”
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly is the lead PI on a $3M grant for “NICE: Networked Infrastructures under Compound Extremes” from the DoD’s Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP).
Interdisciplinary PhD alum Babak Fard, PhD’18 used his work with Auroop Ganguly as a starting point for risk modeling and adapt it to COVID-19 risk mapping and modeling, as described in the Eos article “Geoscientists Help Map the Pandemic“.
Shashank Konduri wins 1st Place Poster Presentation at American Meteorological Society’s 100th Annual Meeting
Interdisciplinary PhD student Shashank Konduri received the 1st Place Poster Presentation Award for his poster on “In-season crop mapping for the continental United States” at the American Meteorological Society’s 100th Annual Meeting.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was quoted in Nature India’s article “India’s sanitation measures may be showing initial results.”
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly’s spinout company risQ, founded by him and his former PhD students, has announced a relationship with Intercontinental Exchange (NYSE:ICE) to help enable the municipal bond ecosystem to incorporate climate risk into project and investment decisions.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was awarded a patent for creating a “system for multivariate climate change forecasting with uncertainty quantification”.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly led a group of students on a Dialogue of Civilizations in India to study climate change science and policy.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was awarded a patent for creating a “System for networking and analyzing geospatial data, human infrastructure, and natural elements”. Abstract Source: USPTO A method and system for providing a recovery sequence for a network from a state of disruption to a state of partial or complete functionality are provided. The method […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly is a Co-PI on an NSF grant for a conference on “Challenges to and Opportunities for Resilience in Rapidly Developing Urban Corridors”.
25 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY20 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 18 different projects representing up to $900K dollars of investment in research.
CEE Professor Auroop R. Ganguly is a co-author of a major US climate action report – and the lead author of the Artificial Intelligence (AI) section therein.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly has been selected as a fellow of ASCE in recognition of his outstanding contributions to the profession.
CEE Professor Auroop R. Ganguly was invited as a keynote speaker at The National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine (NASEM) workshop on “Frontiers on Big Data, Modeling, and Simulation in Urban Sustainability” organized by the National Academies’ Board on Mathematical Sciences and Analytics.
CEE Professor Auroop R. Ganguly has received two funding grants, one from NASA Ames via the Bay Area Environmental Research Institute for machine learning in earth sciences and engineering and another from the US Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory for network-based cyber-resiliency analysis of critical infrastructures.
Udit Bhatia is a graduate student in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northeastern University pursuing an Interdisciplinary Engineering PhD 2019 and cannot wait to graduate in a few months and start teaching students himself. His successful journey started before he even got to the United States. Bhatia was a civil engineering undergraduate […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly and colleagues are using Artificial Intelligence and Network Science to develop solutions along the broad theme of Intelligent Climate Adaptation and Resilient Engineering for Urban Sustainability (I-CARE-4-US).
A Dialogue of Civilizations program that Michael Tormey, BS Civil Engineering, 2020, completed three years ago highly influenced his academic choices and future plans. He enrolled at Northeastern as a civil engineer, and only after his Dialogue on Climate Change Science and Policy the summer of his freshman year, did Tormey realized how scientific advancements […]
Sustainability & Data Sciences Lab (SDS) PhD students Kate Duffy and Udit Bhatia spent the summer working at a NASA Ames internship on atmospheric correction of images and working on Big Data research, respectively.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly says the damage caused in southwestern India by severe flooding is as much a consequence of poor construction and harmful environmental practices as the result of a natural disaster. Source: News @ Northeastern Floods in southwestern India have killed more than 350 people and stranded thousands since the monsoon season arrived […]
Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Auroop R. Ganguly has accepted an invitation from the journal PLOS ONE to join their editorial board. PLOS ONE prides itself as the “world’s first multidisciplinary Open Access journal”. Ganguly has been on the editorial board of Nature’s Scientific Reports journal over the last three years. In addition, he […]
Sustainability and Data Science Laboratory (SDS Lab) PhD student Thomas J. (“TJ”) Vandal has accepted a position as a NASA scientist at their Ames Research Center in the San Francisco Bay Area. He will work on Artificial Intelligence (AI) for the Earth Sciences, and closely with the NASA Earth Exchange (NEX) team. TJ interned with NASA during his PhD, and completed his dissertation based on […]
CEE Professor Ganguly is a United Nations Environmental Effects Assessments Panel (UN EEAP) review member to the upcoming 2018 quadrennial assessment report.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly received two grants from the Oak Ridge National Laboratory Graduate Opportunities Program.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly explains what his group of students on a Dialogue of Civilizations on Climate Change Science and Policy did for the second half of their trip.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly, the PI of the Sustainability and Data Science Laboratory (SDS Lab), is the lead author of the Artificial Intelligence section in the Climate Adaptation chapter of the upcoming Sustained National Climate Assessment report for the United States. Ganguly has published extensively on climate extremes, machine learning in climate, and climate adaptation. His students and […]
The 2018 Northeastern University Dialogue of Civilizations on Climate Change Science and Policy, led by Professor Auroop Ratan Ganguly and co-led by his PhD student Udit Bhatia, completed the first two of the four phases.
Three PhD students of the Sustainability and Data Sciences Laboratory (SDS Lab), viz., Kevin Clark, Babak Fard, and Thomas Vandal, successfully defended their dissertations last month. Vandal received the College of Engineering best dissertation award among graduating PhD students. His research in deep (machine) learning and climate, which included collaborators from NASA Ames and the […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly delivered an invited talk on “The Networked Digital Earth (NDE) for Climate Adaptation and Resilient Engineering (CARE)” at the International Conference on Geomatics in Civil Engineering (ICGCE 2018).
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly’s climate analytics spinout, risQ, received $750K from NSF in the second phase of funding.
Ganguly & Colleagues Frame the Networked Digital Earth Concept Through the First International Conference on the Topic
The first International Conference on the Networked Digital Earth (ICNDE 2018), which was jointly organized by CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly & colleagues from Northeastern University and the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Kharagpur, India, covered general principles and theory of the Networked Digital Earth concept, with a focus on network science, geospatial data sciences, machine learning and AI, while emphasizing the domains of water sustainability and climate change, urban science and engineering, public health and ecology, as well as cyber and physical security and the social media.
Interdisciplinary Engineering PhD student Kate Duffy was selected to participate in the National Water Center Innovators Program Summer Institute of 2018.
A textbook on Critical Infrastructures Resilience authored by CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly, CEE PhD student Udit Bhatia, and Political Science Professor and Director of the Global Resilience Institute Stephen E. Flynn, will be available from the publisher starting March 6, 2018.
CEE Professor Ganguly was quoted in an MIT news article entitled “Alumni call on MIT to champion artificial intelligence education“. Ganguly and his PhD students work on developing and adapting AI (especially, Machine Learning) tools for climate, sustainability, infrastructures, and security studies. A work led by Ganguly’s PhD student Thomas J. Vandal on Deep Learning […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly was quoted in Aljazeera’s article “The hurricane season comes to an end” about extreme weather and whether it is related to climate change.
In an Op-Ed article published by a media house in India, CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly points out that "drought-deluge cycles and water scarcity are wake up calls for citizens and policy makers" and "transformative solutions" from diverse disciplines such as "artificial intelligence, machine learning, ninlinear physics, engineering principles, and econometrics" can be brought to bear to address […]
A new book, Critical Infrastructures Resilience has been published by authors: Auroop Ratan Ganguly (CEE Professor), Stephen E. Flynn (CEE Affiliated Faculty), Udit Bhatia – 3/14/2018 Book Description: This text offers comprehensive and principled, yet practical, guidelines to critical infrastructures resilience. Extreme events and stresses, including those that may be unprecedented but are no-longer surprising, have disproportionate effects on […]
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly’s research found that about 27 percent of power production in the United States will be severely impacted by warmer, scarcer water.
COS Professor Albert-Laszlo Barabasi (PI) and Co-PIs Kathryn Coronges, Executive Director of the Network Science Institute; Stephen Flynn, Director of the Global Resilience Institute; ECE Professor Edmund Yeh and CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly, Director of the Sustainability and Data Sciences Laboratory (SDS Lab), were awarded a $2.5M NSF CRISP grant for “Interdependent Network-based Quantification of Infrastructure Resilience (INQUIRE)”.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly discusses the effects of climate change on the changing weather patterns and what can be done to prepare.
CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly’s op-ed article on “Confronting weather extremes” was featured in the Millennium Post.
CEE Auroop Ganguly's op-ed article on "Urban sustainability and resilience" was featured in the Millennium Post.
Interdisciplinary PhD student Thomas Vandal and CEE Professor Auroop Ganguly were awarded the Runner-up for the KDD 2017 Best Paper and KDD 2017 Best Student Paper for their paper on "DeepSD: Generating High Resolution Climate Change Projections through Single Image Super-Resolution".
CEE Auroop Ganguly's op-ed article on "Machine learning, and the way forward" was featured in the Millennium Post.
CEE PhD student Babak Jalalzadeh Fard won first place at the American Geophysical Union’s 2017 spring Virtual Poster Showcase (VPS) for his research poster titled “Effective Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Public Health Impacts of Heatwaves for Brookline, MA.”
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly secured a BAERI grant from NASA to developing machine learning approaches for the earth sciences, improving satellite and earth systems data through advances in estimation, forecasting and modeling of the earth and its climate.
21 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY18 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 12 different projects representing $600K dollars of investment in research.
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly responds to questions about if climate change had any impact on the recent Tennessee wildfires.
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly and interdisciplinary PhD students Lizzy Warner & Babak Fard were featured in EOS's article about "AGU's Thriving Earth Exchange Links Science with Small Towns". Their TEX project on Building Community Resilience to Extreme Heat in Brookline, MA explores the effects that extreme temperatures can have on the town.
CEE associate professor Auroop Ganguly and PhD student Udit Bhatia gave invited seminars on climate change this summer at the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay; the Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur; the Indian Institute of Technology, Roorkee; and the National Institute of Technology in Hamirpur.
The report from the Boston Research Advisory Group on Climate Change and Sea Level Rise Projections for Boston was recently released where CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly lead the Extreme Temperatures team, which included Professor Matthias Ruth and alumni Evan Kodra (E'14, CEO of Northeastern spinout risQ).
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly led a group of students in Summer 1 as part of a Dialogue of Civilizations to study Climate Change Science and Policy in India.
Tyler Hall COE’17 has been named a recipient of the 2016 Udall Scholarship, making him the first Northeastern student to receive the honor.
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly's article on Changes in observed climate extremes in global urban areas was selected by Environmental Research Letters(ERL) as a feature in their Highlights of 2015 collection.
The Sustainability and Data Sciences (SDS) Lab led by CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly has created risQ as a start-up company.
23 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY17 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 12 different projects representing over $600K dollars of investment in research.
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly has been selected as a co-chair of the Societal Dimensions Working Group for the NCAR Community Earth System Model (CESM).
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly & his interdisciplinary PhD students Udit Bhatia, Devashish Kumar, and Evan Kodra (E'14) have created a tool using network theory to ascertain the resilience of infrastructure systems affected by disasters.
Congratulations to this year’s class of COE Faculty Fellows: Yunsi Fei, Auroop Ganguly, Mark Niedre, and Ashkan Vaziri.
A group of graduate students presented to Massport their assessment of whether or not Logan International Airport is prepared to handle a major natural disaster.
CIV Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly & Tarik Gouhier’s article in Nature shows that climate change will result in major changes in coastal marine ecosystems.
CIV Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly’s recent article in ERL about “Changes in Observed Climate Extremes in Global Urban Areas” has been featured on news sites worldwide
The Ministry of Earth Sciences of the Government of India has funded a project entitled "Near-real-time flood forecasting system" which will develop new physically-based and data-driven models for coastal and urban flood forecasting and early warning, with a primary case study in the city of Mumbai, India.
CIV Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly used Big Data tools to determine that global warming will result in both hot and cold extreme temperature fluctuation.
Electrical & Computer Engineering Associate Professor Jennifer Dy, Civil & Environmental Engineering Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly & Affiliated Assistant Professor Tarik Gouhier were awarded an $1.2M NSF Cyber SEES grant to study changes in marine organisms based on ocean temperature. The Cyber-Innovation for Sustainability Science and Engineering (CyberSEES) program aims to advance interdisciplinary research in […]
A complex structure the size of a shoebox perched on a table’s edge in Curry Student Center Ballroom on Monday evening. The 3-D printed construction resembled a series of tiny, hauntingly bare trees with inimical spikes for branches. Architecture professor Jane Amidon explained that students in the Design for Sustainable Urban Environments program created the model and others […]
Earlier this week, the public learned the details of the upcoming fifth assessment report (or, “AR5”) of the United Nations’ Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, an international body whose mandate is not to do new science, but to assess the state of the existing science. IPCC assessments cover a lot of ground, from the basics […]
Auroop Ganguly, Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering In the past, engineers were able to design electrical and water systems to handle weather extremes—heat waves, cold snaps, storms, and drought—simply by understanding and accounting for normal climate fluctuations. But climate change has made extreme events far less predictable in severity and frequency, making it […]
22 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY14 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 14 different research projects.
CEE Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly recently discussed implications of human-induced climate change and its possible relationship with weather extremes like Hurricane Sandy.
Civil Engineering Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly’s is featured in the October edition of NSF’s Current newsletter for his work in showing how climate change will effect the world’s water supply.
Inspired by the current drought, which has left countless counties across the U.S. to be considered "natural disaster areas" by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly sheds light on drought conditions, the difficulties involved in predicting droughts, and precautionary measures to limit their potential damage.
Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly discussed methods used to define heat waves, and explained the connection between heat waves and global warming by clarifying the difference between weather phenomena and climate phenomena.
Prof. Auroop Ganguly has been awarded a $55,000 grant from the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) for probabilistic modeling of precipitation for risk assessments of critical nuclear infrastructure.
27 COE faculty and affiliates were recipients of FY13 TIER 1 Interdisciplinary Research Seed Grants for 21 different research projects.
Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly explained "global weirding" and its distinction from global warming, along with its effects on climate extremes and resulting impact on water sustainability, critical infrastructure, and human health.
CIV Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly’s computational model of the world’s future water supply shows that population growth has a greater impact than climate change.
CIV Associate Professor Auroop Ganguly’s paper about rainfall extremes over India will be published in the February 2012 issue of the Nature Climate Change journal and is highlighted on the NSF website.
Professor Auroop Ganguly's paper which used data-intensive methods to discover new climate insights was selected for the best student paper award at the 2011 NASA Conference on Intelligent Data Understanding (CIDU) this month.
Auroop R. Ganguly joined the Department as an Associate Professor after seven years at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, most recently as a Senior R&D Staff in their Computational Sciences and Engineering division, as well as a joint faculty in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville. He was previously employed […]