Technical interests: Advancement of international water resources data exchange and cross-domain interoperability and digital preservation of physical geoscience samples.
F.M. Bullard Professor and Director of the Environmental Science Institute
Technical interests: Earth surface processes with the goal of understanding the interactions that occur between the atmosphere-land-ocean systems, and how these interactions are preserved in the geologic record.
Technical interests: Real-time sensing and control of civil infrastructure; smart water systems; wireless sensor networks; urban flood mitigation; in-situ water quality monitoring; digital twin models for water infrastructure; coupled infrastructure systems modeling.
Randall J. Charbeneau
Assistant Vice Chancellor for Research with The UT System & Professor
Technical interests: Groundwater hydrology; subsurface fate and transport of chemicals; radiological assessment; modeling.
Technical interests: Membranes, desalination, water treatment, wastewater recycling, reverse osmosis, biomimetic membranes, membrane proteins, electron microscopy, structural biology, biophysics, bioprocessing, artifical water channels, block copolymers.
Technical interests: Geographic information systems (GIS); expert systems and statistical techniques in hydrology and water resources planning; water use forecasting.
Technical interests: Multi-scale analysis of hydrological processes; dynamics of environmental transport on river networks and deltaic systems; quantitative analysis and modeling of landscape forming processes, geomorphic transport laws and subgrid-scale parameterization.
Technical interests: Nano-enabled water treatment technologies for developing and technologically advanced communities, safer by design of nanomaterials: environmental health and safety, and nanomaterial-reinforced sustainable infrastructure materials.
Dr. Saleh is an editor for the Journal of Hazardous Materials.
George H. Ward
Technical interests: Circulation and transport in costal systems, hydrometeorology, physical oceanography, climatology, meteorology, fisheries, aquaculture, limnology.
Associate Director for Center for Water and the Environment & Research Scientist
Technical interests: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in water resources engineering; hydrologic, hydraulic, and water quality modeling; scientific information management; bringing water resources engineering solutions to end users by developing Web and desktop applications.