Numerical Modeling Group

Research focuses:

Climate change modeling, Downscaling Methods, Impact evaluation, Integrating atmospheric-hydrology-hydrodynamic models, Flood-drought monitoring and prediction, Big-data, etc.

Toan Trinh-Quang, PhD. (UC Davis)
Hydrologic Research Laboratory, Dept. of Civil and Env. Engineering, UC Davis, USA.

Research Area: Regional climate modeling, Hydro-climate modeling, Land surface processes, Physically based watershed modeling,  Hydro-climate forecasting system,

Long Trinh-Tuan, PhD. (Tokyo Metropolitan University)
Center for Environmental and Fluid Dynamics (CEFD) Hanoi University of Science, VNU

Research Area: Regional climate modelling; Climate change and its impact; Tropical cyclone, Extreme climate events, Bias correction rainfall, Satellite meteorology.

Quoc Thanh Vo, PhD. (TU Delft)
Can Tho University, Vietnam

Research Area: Hydrodynamic modeling, Sediment transport, Flooding, Saline intrusion

Hoai Nam Do, PhD. (Tohoku University)
Deputy Director, Center for Education and International Cooperation,
Vietnam Academy for Water Resources.

Research Area: climate change impact assessment; water engineering management; Assessment of flood risk and water security; Climate change adaptation


Selected Current Collaborations

  • Dr. Kevin Lamb, Professor and Chair of Applied Mathematics, University of Waterloo, Canada.
  • Dr. Hermann Eberl, Professor and Canada Research Chair in Life Science and Engineering, University of Guelph, Canada.
  • Dr. Richard Zytner, Professor and Dean of College of Physical and Engineeing Science, University of Guelph, Canada.
  • Dr. M. Levent Kavvas, Distinguished Professor, Gerald and Lillian Orlob Endowed Chair Professor of Water Resources Engineering, UC Davis, USA.
  • Dr. Thorsten Stoesser, Professor in Civil Engineering Fluids, UCL, UK. 
  • Dr. Stephan Theobald, Professor and Chair, Department of Hydraulic Engineering and Water Resources Management, University of Kassel, Germany.
  • Dr. Yoshimitsu Tajima, Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Tokyo, Japan.
  • Dr. V. T.V. Nguyen, Professor and Chair, Dept. of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University, Canada.