My research interests include environmental turbulent flows as found in rivers, lakes, and the atmosphere with a focus on water-land-atmosphere interactions. Investigating surface exchanges of mass and energy improves our understanding of evapotranspiration, microclimates, turbulence intensity, and the transport of greenhouse gases or environmental pollutants. I use field investigations, laboratory measurements, and numerical simulations to investigate fundamental turbulent transport dynamics, enhance model development, improve forecasting capabilities, and inform resource management strategies, with a focus on mountainous regions, urban areas and the transitional zones between them.
Applications: Water Resources, Mountain Meteorology, Pollution Transport/Air quality, Green Energy, Urban Micro-climatology, Greenhouse Gas Monitoring, Precision Agriculture/Viticulture.
Projects (coming soon)