STSA members gave presentations at the ASCE Environmental and Water Resources Congress in Pittsburgh, PA.
Morgan DiCarlo presented “Social Media Use in Hurricanes Florence and Michael.” She won first place in the student poster competition with this research. Great job!
Mohammad Ali Khaksar Fasaee presented “Characterizing the Risk of Lead in Well Water Using Bayesian Networks.”
Jorge Pesantez presented “A Coupled Classification-Prediction Model to Forecast Water Demand Reported by Smart Meters.”
Liz Ramsey presented “Using Global Datasets to Develop Groundwater Models in Data-Scarce Sub-basins.”
Michael Skarbek’s research was presented, “Detecting and Anticipating Critical Transitions and Regime Shifts in Water Supply Systems.”
Emily Berglund presented “Modeling Tools to Support Security of Water Distribution Systems: Insights from Research and Practice.”
Jacob Monroe presented his research, “Simulating Peer-to-peer Electricity Trades Using an Agent-based Modeling Framework” at the 2nd International Conference on Energy Research and Social Science held in Tempe, AZ.