Climate Analytics Research Projects

Climate Analytics Research Projects

Research Projects

Recently Funded Projects (last 5 years)

2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017 | 2016

 

2020


 

2019


  • Principal Investigator: Mettler Toledo, Truck Scale Dynamic Weighing Analysis (12/15/2019-04/30/2020, $22,670).
  • Principal Investigator: American Electrical Power, Storm Impact Modeling- Phase II (09/01/2019-08/31/2020, $408,127).
  • Principal Investigator: First Energy, Outage Volume Model (10/23/2019-08/31/2020, $318,220).
  • Senior Personnel: National Science Foundation, NRT-HDR: Convergent Graduate Training and EmPOWERment for a Sustainable Energy Future, with Ramteen Sioshansi (PI), Rajiv Ramnath, Elena G. Irwin, Matthew Mayhew, and Jeffrey M. Bielicki (09/01/2019-08/31/2024, $2,980,383) (NSF Award: DGE-1922666).
  • Principal Investigator: Alabama Power (Southern Company), Implementation of HOPM/SIPM (02/01/19–08/01/20; $30,000).

 

2018


  • Principal Investigator: American Electrical Power, Storm Impact Modeling (06/15/2018-04/30/2019, $306,027).
  • Co-Principal Investigator: The Risk Institute at The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business, Modeling of Catastrophic Weather Losses to Support Risk Management for the Insurance Industry (6/1/2018-5/31/2020; $20,000).
  • Principal Investigator: Guangdong Power, Typhoon Power Outage Modeling (02/01/2018-12/31/2018, $200,000).

 

2017


  • Co-Principal Investigator: NOAA MAPP, Improving the Drought Monitoring Capabilities of Land Surface Models by Integrating Bias-Corrected, Gridded Precipitation Estimates, with D. B. McRoberts (PI), J. Nielsen-Gammon, B. Zavadosky, J. Case, C. Peters-Liddard, and D. Mocko (09/01/2017-08/31/2020, $510,000).
  • Co-Principal Investigator: NOAA MAPP, Developing National Soil Moisture Products to Improve Drought Monitoring, with T. Ford (PI), J. Lucido and M. Strobel (09/01/2017-08/31/2020, $499,249; Grant number: NA17OAR4310136).
  • Principal Investigator: OSU Connect and Collaborate Grant, Improving Power Outage Prediction and Response through Community Partnerships (6/1/2017-5/31/2018; $20,000).
  • Principal Investigator: The Risk Institute at The Ohio State University, Fisher College of Business, Improved Power Outage Modeling to Support Risk Management for Electrical Utilities (5/1/2017-4/30/2018; $20,000).

 

2016


  • Co-Principal Investigator: OSU Connect and Collaborate Grant, Connecting Climate and People to Improve Outcomes for Ohio and Beyond, with B. Mark (PI) (1/1/2017-12/31/2017; $45,000).
  • Co-Principal Investigator: OSU Translational Data Analytics, Robust Agricultural Conservation in a Changing Climate: Supporting Decision Making under Deep Uncertainty, with M. Kalcic (PI) (1/1/2017-12/31/2017; $30,000).
  • Principal Investigator: NASA, Investigating Soil Moisture-Convective Precipitation Feedbacks with Soil Moisture-Active Passive (8/17/2016-8/16/2019; $799,786; Grant number: NNX16AO97G).
  • Co-Principal Investigator: Texas Water Development Board, Feasibility Study for Development of a Statewide Evapotranspiration Network; with J. Nielsen-Gammon (PI), Todd Caldwell and Guy Fipps. (08/1/2016-7/31/2017; $149,964).
  • Co-Principal Investigator: DOE Grid Modernization Lab Call, Web Tool for Improved Electric Outage Forecasting for Response to Tropical Cyclone Events (4/1/2016-3/31/2017; $900,000).