Welcome to the Hydroinformatics Research Group at the University of Virginia

We are a team of researchers exploring new ways to bring advancements in computing and informatics to society’s most challenging water resources management problems.

Our group is housed within the interdisciplinary Link Lab, a 17,000 square foot laboratory in the Engineering School at the University of Virginia that brings together faculty and students from across departments and disciplines with a shared interest in cyber-physical systems. If you are interested in joining our group, please check out our openings.

In addition to the material on this website, we also maintain a Github organization where much of the the code resulting from our research is released free and open source.

Latest News

January 31, 2019

Congratulations to group members Alex, Ben, Linnea, Faria, Choi, and Iman for passing their PhD comprehensive exams!

December 10, 2018

Our group traveled to Washington, D.C. for the American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting where group members co-authored a total of 14 talks and posters.

November 14, 2018

Gina O'Neil successfully defended her Ph.D. Proposal titled Using LiDAR Topographic Data and Machine Learning Techniques to Identify Near-Surface Soil Saturation for Improved Environmental Planning-Scale Wetland Mapping

November 10, 2018

Alex Chen won best poster at the 5th ACM International Conference on Systems for Energy-Efficient Built Environments (BuildSys 2018) held in Shenzhen, China for his poster titled Reputation System for Ensuring Data Trustworthiness of Crowdsourced Weather Stations.

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