Computational Hydrology Research Group at the University of Massachusetts Amherst

Welcome to Hydro@UMass!

This is the webpage of the Computational hydrology Research Group in the Civil and Environmental Engineering department at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. The group is led by Kostas Andreadis, and the research that we do focuses on the intersection of water resources modeling, remote sensing and in-situ observations, data fusion, and the study of large-scale hydrology as it relates to climate change and environmental monitoring.

About us

We are a team of motivated and ambitious scientists and engineers exploring the use of computational technologies for better understanding water availability globally. We strive to excel professionally but also prioritize a balanced, collaborative and supportive environment. We are strongly committed to mentoring and providing opportunities through our links to other research groups within the University of Massachusetts Amherst and other institutions around the world. Our research spans a wide range of topics about water resources engineering and science, and our current projects should give you a general idea about us.

Latest News

ResORR paper accepted for publication

A paper from our collaboration with the Faisal Hossain’s group at the University of Washington has just been accepted for publication in the Environmental Modeling & Software journal.

ResORR paper accepted for publication

Recent Publications