Dong-Jun (DJ) Seo
Arlington, TX 76019-0308
Ph.D., 1988, Civil and Environmental Engineering (Hydrology and Water Resources Program), Utah State University, Logan, UT
M.S., 1985, Civil and Environmental Engineering (Hydrology and Water Resources Program), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA
B.S., 1983, Agricultural Engineering (Soil and Water Program), Seoul National University, Seoul, Korea
Areas of Expertise:
Radar hydrology, remote sensing of precipitation and other hydrometeorological and hydrologic variables, assimilation of hydrologic and hydrometeorological data, stochastic and probabilistic methods and techniques including ensemble forecasting of hydrologic and hydrometeorological variables, optimal estimation, stochastic control, statistical hydrology, and stochastic modeling of hydrologic processes in space and time
Background:Before joining UT Arlington, Dr. Seo was a project scientist at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research serving as the leader of the Hydrologic Ensemble Prediction Group at the Hydrology Laboratory (HL) of the Office of Hydrologic Development in the National Weather Service of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. At HL, he also led the Hydrometeorology Group, co-led the Distributed Model Intercomparison Project I, and was a co-principal investigator for the NWS Core Project for the Climate Prediction Program for the Americas.