Meghna Babbar-Sebens

Assistant Professor
Contact Information
Office: 
211 Owen Hall
Member of Graduate Faculty in: 
Water Resources Engineering
Willing to Advise Students for: 
MS
PhD
Willing to serve on Graduate Committees for: 
MS
PhD
Primary Areas of Research Interest: 
Surface Water
Groundwater
Watersheds
Current Research Interests: 

Dr. Babbar-Sebens’ research interests lie in the area of Water Resources and Environmental Systems Analysis.

Current research interests include:

  • Interactive, multi-objective and stochastic optimization methods that support human-computer collaboration for planning and management of water-based systems.
  • Systems scale design of green infrastructure for sustainable stormwater management in urban areas and design of conservation practices in agricultural landscapes.
  • Water quality modeling of algal blooms and metabolites in inland surface water systems.
  • Data assimilation in water quality numerical models.
  • Human factors, machine learning methods, and high performance computing for simulation and design in coupled human-physical water-based problems.