infrastructure

Prof. Margaret Garcia promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure

Prof. Margaret Garcia, a faculty member in the Center for Hydrologic Innovations, has been recently promoted to Associate Professor with Tenure in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment at Arizona State University. Her research is focused on studying the impacts of design and policy choices on the performance of water infrastructure systems…

Lab and field efforts featured in ASU Thrive Magazine

ASU Thrive Magazine features the laboratory and field efforts of students and staff from the Center for Hydrologic Innovations in their March 2024 issue to illustrate water research in Phoenix for an article entitled “Don’t Flee the Southwest Just Yet” by Tom Zoellner:

WRR Publication

A new publication in Water Resources Research (Wiechman et al., 2024) present a modeling approach to trace the flow of water, information, and investment in a general urban water system and apply it for three cities in the Phoenix metropolitan area. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!

J. Hydrology Publication

A new publication in Journal of Hydrology (Ansh Srivastava and Mascaro, 2023) describes the use of weather radar products of precipitation to obtain intensity-duration-frequency characteristics in central Arizona. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!

Burcu Tezcan and Krista Lawless awarded CAP Water Research Awards

Two graduate students affiliated with the Hydrosystems Engineering program and the Center for Hydrologic Innovations at ASU were recently awarded a 2023 CAP Award for Water Research from the Central Arizona Project. First place went to Burcu Tezcan for her paper: Training a Non-Homogenous Hidden Markov Model with PMDI and Temperature to Create Climate Informed…

Center article selected as Editor’s Choice

A new publication in the Journal of Sustainable Engineering in the Built Environment (Shrestha and Garcia, 2023) entitled Influence of Precipitation Uncertainty and Land Use Change on the Optimal Catchment Scale Configuration of Green Stormwater Infrastructure was selected as an Editor’s Choice. Congratulations to the authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!

AHS – CHI Networking Event

In collaboration with the Arizona Hydrological Society and the Hydrosystems Engineering Seminar Series, the Center for Hydrologic Innovations is hosting a networking event, dinner, and seminar in the Walton Center for Planetary Health on March 15, 2023:

Hydrosystems Seminar Series

Please join us for the following seminars in Spring 2023 to be held in the Walton Center for Planetary Health, Conference Room 360 (CEE 591, led by Profs. Tianfang Xu and Ruijie Zeng):