Research Interests

Focus on the effective use​ and integration of dynamical models and observations to simulate, study and predict earth fluid systems. This involves developing and implementing numerical models and data inversion, assimilation, and uncertainty quantification techniques suitable for large scale applications. His current research projects include 
  • Modeling, understanding and predicting the Red Sea physics and biology 
  • Predicting marine and weather extreme events (storm surge, flooding, tsunami) 
  • Reservoir history matching.

Education Profile

  • Ph.D., Université Joseph Fourrier, Grenoble, France 1998 - 2002
  • M.S., Université Joseph Fourrier, Grenoble, France 1997 - 1998

Awards

  • Honorable mention (top five papers), PacificVis Symposium, Syndey, Australia, 2013
  • Best poster award at the SIAM conference on Mathematical and Computational Issues in Earth Sciences, Long Beach, USA, 2011
  • Best poster award at the Richard Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing Conference, San Francisco, USA, 2011
  • Ph.D. Fellowship Award from the French Government