Our goal is to solve society’s most challenging water resources problems by using concepts from cyber-physical systems to advance understanding, analysis, and management of built and natural water systems. We are housed within the interdisciplinary Link Lab, a cross-cutting initiative within the Engineering School at the University of Virginia that brings together faculty and students from across five departments with a shared focus on cyber-physical systems.
Mohamed Morsy and Jon Goodall presented papers at the 9th International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software' in Fort Collins, CO.May 21, 2018
Ben Bowes was selected as an inaugural fellow for the Virginia Sea Grant 'Cross-Disciplinary Problem Solving Professional Development' team science training.April 22, 2018
Gina O'Neil presented her research in a presentation titled 'High-Resolution Wetland Identification Using LiDAR Derivatives and Random Forest Classification' at the AWRA Spring Specialty Conference: GIS & Water Resources X in Orlando, FLDecember 20, 2017