Clelia Marti, PhD has officially joined Vermont EPSCoR and the University of Vermont as a Research Assistant Professor with the College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences. She is currently contributing to the development of a fully 3D coupled physical and biogeochemical model of Lake Champlain as part of the Vermont EPSCoR Basin Resilience to Extreme Events (BREE) project.
Dr. Marti has a wide range of experience with both environmental and water resources engineering applications. She obtained her PhD in Environmental Engineering that the University of Western Australia and held previous academic appointments in Argentina, Australia, and the United States. Her research is focused on improving the understanding of transport and mixing processes in surface water systems.
Dr. Marti will serve as part of the BREE Ecological Systems team, where she will analyze the processes and the biogeochemistry of the environment using high level field data analysis, numerical modelling, and mathematical scaling.
For more information please visit https://www.uvm.edu/cems/cee/profiles/clelia-luisa-marti