January 2022: Betina joined the HHR team as a graduate student. Betina is a MS student at the IHE Delft for Water Education, the Netherlands. Welcome to our team, Betina!
January 2022: Rishav joined the HHR team as a graduate student. Welcome to our team, Rishav!
December 2021: HHR team actively participated at the AGU21 with two sessions for flood and hydroinformatics research and numerous talks and presentations!
November 2021: Rakshit successfully defended his MS thesis. Congratulations, Rakshit!
November 2021: Rakshit MS research paper is accepted by the Editor-In-Chief of the Environmental Modeling & Software Journal shortly after original submission and without going through peer reviewing process!!!! Great job, Rakshit!
November 2021: Dr. Samadi will lead a global crosscutting flood research initiative for the GEWEX program that allows propagating flood modeling/research knowledge from one region to the other and synthesizing results at the global scale!
August 2021: HHR received a new grant from NSF! This is a collaborative research among Clemson University, University of Texas at Austin, and Brigham Young University!
April 2021: HHR students were super star at the EGU2021 with two oral talks on informatics and water modeling research!
April 2021: Leon Windheuser joined HHR to work on deep learning modeling development during summer and fall 2021. Leon is a Computer Science student at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany. Welcome to our team, Leon!
March 2021: Congratulations Sadegh on being selected for the CUAHSI and the National Water Center Innovators Program Summer 2021 Institute! Well done, Sadegh!
Feburary 2021: HHR is awarded a research grant from USGS! yay:)
Feburary 2021: Dr. Samadi was elected to chair the CUAHSI Informatics Committee for 2021 and 2022!
January 2021: Dr. Samadi received Clemson Support for Early Exploration and Development Award! Hooray!
January 2021: Sadegh was a ROCKSTAR at the AMS machine learning session with his oral presentation on ML application for the Carolinas' rainfall-runoff simulation!
December 2020: HHR team rocked AGU 2020 with three flood related research presentations!
November 2020: Dr. Samadi will give an oral talk on flood modeling research at AGU 2020!
October 2020: Dr. Samadi will convene hydroinformatics session at AGU 2020!
October 2020: HHR said goodbye to Kuntal, Eshwar, and Nakhil who worked part time with the team during 2020!
August 2020: FAIS paper is out at Environmental Modleing and Software!
July 2020: HHR was awarded a grant from NSF. Hooray:):):)
July 2020: We welcome Kuntal, Nikhil,and Eshwar to the HHR group. Welcome guys!
June 2020: Bayesian Model Averaging with fixed and flexible priors for rainfall-runoff simulation is published at AGU JAMES.
May 2020: Rakshit Pally joined HHR group as a research assistant. Welcome to the HHR family, Rakshit.
February 2020: Dr. Samadi has been elected to serve the CUAHSI Informatics Committee.
January 2020: Dr. Samadi will be serving the Hydrological Sciences Journal as an Associate Editor.
December 2019: HHR group is transferred to Clemson University! Thank you UofSC for all of your kind support.
December 2019: HHR students were ROCKSTAR at AGU2019 flood session. Blessed to work with you all!
October 2019: Dr. Samadi is invited by NSF to give a presentation at NSF flood conference in NC. The conference is organized by NSF and CUAHSI.
October 2019: Dr. Samadi attened GEWEX Hydroclimate panel meeting at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia and introduced CEE Water Resources program as well as HHR team to the panel.
September 2019: So proud of HHR students, Sadegh and Mahdi, as both awarded UofSC as well as the R.L. Sumwalt, Sr. Endowed travel grants to attend the AGU. Congratulations and way to go!.
September 2019: Please join me in welcoming Ellie Chao to the HHR family!.
April 2019: Dr Samadi' proposal is awarded for funding by the National Science Foundation:). Horray for HHR!.
January 2019: Please join me in welcoming Sadegh, PK, and Ellie to HHR! Welcome to our group, folks!.
October 2018: Dr Samadi' proposal is awarded for funding by the National Science Foundation:). More students will join our lab.
September 2018: If you plan to attend AGU, please stop by and meet us at our session(Extreme Rainfall and Flooding: Monitoring, Forecasting, Risk Assessment, and Socioeconomic Consequences).
August 2018: We have received over 45 abstracts at our AGU session, it is going to be a productive session:)
December 2017: If you are at AGU, please stop by and meet us at our session(Global Hydrological Extremes: From Intense Rainfall to Flash Flood).
November 2017: Dr. Samadi' research proposal was approved for funding by SCDOT.
June 2017: Nicolet Chovancak joined our research group as a research assistant. Welcome to our group Nicolet!
May 2017: Dr. Samadi' research proposal was approved for funding by SRNL.
April 2017: Dr. Samadi' research proposal was approved for funding by USC.
March 2017: Masoud Yosefi successfully defended his M.Sc. dissertation. Congratulations Masoud!
February 2017: Dr. Samadi hosted an exploratory workshop between USC and SRNL.The participants included engineers, climatologists, water resources managers, and stakeholders.
February 2017: Dr. Samadi has been selected by editor of Journal of Hydrologic Engineering as an ASCE 2016 Outstanding Reviewer!
December 2016: Please join me in welcoming Ryne Phillips to our group! Ryne joins us after finishing his MS program at Clemson University.
December 2016: Dr. Samadi was primary convener and chair for a session at AGU on "Shifting Extremes: Understanding Hydrological Events for Societal Benefit".
December 2016: Dr. Samadi delivered a presentations at AGU on Application of Clustering Algorithms in Rainfall classification of the Southeastern Region.
October 2016: Dr. Samadi delivered two presentations at SC Water Resources Conference.
July 2016: Sahar Desai joined our research group as a research assistant. Welcome to our group Sahar!
July 2016: Dr. Samadi visited the Department of Agriculture, Geosciences, and Natural Resources at the University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) and delivered an invited talk on "The Response of Coastal Hydrological Variables to Uncertainty and Nonstationarity". Thank you UTM for the generous travel grant!
April 2016: Dr. Samadi visited College of the Coast and Environment at Louisiana State University (LSU) and delivered an invited talk on "Intelligent Modeling of Coastal Hydrological Response to Land Use Change". Thank you LSU for the wonderful travel grant!
April 2016: Dara Ahmadi-Azar joined our research group as a research assistant. Welcome to our group Dara!
January 2016: Dr. Samadi' research proposal was approved for funding by NOAA SC. Sea Grant Consortium.
January 2016: Andrew Bjork joined our research group as a research assistant. Welcome to our group Andrew!
December 2015: Dr. Samadi delivered two presentations at AGU on Uncertainty Quantification and Nonstationarity Assessment.
October 2015: Dr. Samadi' research proposal was approved for funding from USC (SCFLOODS grant)!
October 2015: Masoud Yosefi successfully passed the prospectus oral defence and advanced to M.Sc. candidacy, Congratulations Masoud!
September 2015: Sadegh Sadeghi-Tabas successfully defended his M.Sc. dissertation, Congratulations Sadegh!
September 2015: Thomas Martin successfully defended his internship research outputs on nonstationarity and trend assessment of flash floods in the Carolinas. Congratulations Thomas!
April 2015: Thomas Martin joined our research group from ParisTech (France). He will work on functional model of streamflow variability in the south-eastern watersheds. Welcome to our group Thomas!
December 2014: Dr. Samadi delivered her presentation at AGU on Uncertainty Quantification of a Distributed Hydrology Model Using Bayesian Framework.
November 2014: Sadegh Sadeghi-Tabas successfully passed the prospectus oral defence and advanced to M.Sc. candidacy, Congratulations Sadegh!
October 2014: Dr. Samadi visited Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Duke University and delivered an invited talk on "Prediction of Uncertainty: Characterizing and Optimization of Uncertainty Using MCMC Bayesian Model and Bias Correction in Downscaling Techniques". Thank you Duke University and the Louvered Growth Consultancy Company (Atlanta, GA) for the wonderful travel grant!
October 2014: Dr. Samadi delivered four key talks on uncertainty analysis and streamflow forecasting at South Carolina Water Resources conference.
September 2014: Alexis Atlani successfully defended his internship research outputs on uncertainty assessment of hydrology model. Congratulations Alexis!
April 2014: Alexis Atlani joined our research group from ParisTech (France) for summer internship program. He will work on distributed watershed model coupled with uncertainty algorithm. Welcome to our group Alexis!
April 2014: Dr. Samadi will be delivering four conference papers in South Carolina Water Resources Conference in October 2014.
February 2014: Hana Etemadi completed her Ph.D. sabbatical at University of South Florida and has successfully driven significant results from the sediments samples. Congratulations Hana!
June 2012: Masoumeh Ostad successfully passed the prospectus oral defence and advanced to M.Sc. candidacy, Congratulations Masoumeh!
June 2012: Mohammadreza Farzaneh successfully defended his M.Sc. dissertation, Congratulations Mohammadreza!
February 2012: Hana Etemadi successfully passed the prospectus oral defence and advanced to Ph.D. candidacy, Congratulations Hana!