The National Science Foundation has provided funding under award 0615299 for the development of viability algorithms, under contract 0845076 for the development of Lagrangian sensing based inverse modeling algorithms, and under contract 0931348 for drifter control algorithms.
The CALFED Bay-Delta Program is a unique collaboration among 25 state and federal agencies that came together with a mission: to improve California’s water supply and the ecological health of the San Francisco Bay/Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta.
The California Department of Water Resources contributes to the development of a numerical two dimensional shallow water equation solver, REALM, which is part of the modeling effort of the project.
CITRIS, the Center for Information Technology Research in the Interest of Society, supports this research as part of its Intelligent Infrastructure Systems cluster. Its new building Sutardja Dai Hall is now hosting some key members of the team.
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratories contribute to the development of a numerical two dimensional shallow water equation solver, REALM, which is part of the modeling effort of the project.
UC Berkeley. Civil and Environmental Engineering Department Our graduate program in civil engineering was ranked #1 for the ninth year in a row by U.S. News and World Report. And this year our Environmental Engineering program was also ranked #1!