PhD Research - Louis Graup

BS, Applied Mathematics, Temple University, Pennsylvania

Louis Graup graduated from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA in 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Applied Mathematics. He conducted undergraduate research in mathematical modeling of vehicular traffic flow. He spent the next two years working as a Quantitative Analyst at Public Financial Management, a public finance firm in Philadelphia.  Louis plans to utilize his mathematical and computing abilities through environmental modeling in order to better understand problems regarding climate change. At the Bren School, he will be researching how wildfire impacts the ecohydrological cycle.

Year Admitted: 2018
Research Areas: Climate change, ecohydrology, environmental modeling, wildfire impacts, water resources
Faculty Advisor: Naomi Tague
Office: Bren Hall 1005