Swastik Ghimire awarded AHS scholarship
Graduate student Swastik Ghimire (MS) in the Civil, Environmental, and Sustainable Engineering program at ASU was recently awarded a 2023-2024 academic scholarship from the Arizona Hydrological Society. Swastik’s future goals and career aspirations are to become a hydrologist who can employ practical solutions to support equitable management of water resources, especially on issues like the…
Prof. Ruijie Zeng wins NSF CAREER award
Prof. Ruijie Zeng, assistant professor and faculty member in the Center for Hydrologic Innovations, won the 2023 CAREER award from the National Science Foundation to map and study agricultural drainage systems using drones, simulation models and machine learning algorithms. This prestigious early-career award will help his research group develop new innovations for agricultural systems, with…
Center highlighted in ASU Thrive magazine
ASU Thrive Magazine documents the Center for Hydrologic Innovations in the May issue (volume 26, number 3) with the following text under the headings of Create Change: Built for Impact, Engineering Water Solutions.
Center wins Governor’s Award for Arizona’s Future
Faculty, postdocs, and graduate students from the Center for Hydrologic Innovations won the 2023 Governor’s Award for Arizona’s Future from the Arizona Forward Environmental Excellence Awards. This award was in collaboration with the Central Arizona Project and recognized the project: “Long-Range, Data-Infused Scenario Modeling to Operations of the Central Arizona Project” funded by NASA’s Applied…
A new publication in Agricultural and Forest Meteorology (Guan and Mascaro, 2023) explores the implications of climate change on crop production in central Arizona. Congratulations to authors associated with the Center for Hydrologic Innovations!
Open Door 2023
The Center for Hydrologic Innovations presented the ASU Open Door 2023 event Water and How it Moves in the Walton Center for Planetary Health, Lab 130, with help from graduate students, postdocs and faculty. Among the attractions were:
Introducing the Center for Hydrologic Innovations
ASU News and Engineering Full Circle featured the Center for Hydrologic Innovations at Arizona State University as a hub of water science and engineering at Arizona State University where leading-edge technologies are brought to water resources decision makers through innovative partnerships.