Dr Stefania Grimaldi

Dr Stefania Grimaldi

Researcher
About
Dr Stefania Grimaldi

I completed the PHD course in Land and Water Management Civil Engineering at the Polytechnic University of Turin (Italy) in 2012. I worked for the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training – Adelaide from June 2012 to June 2013. On July 1st, 2013, I joined the project  “Improving flood forecast skill using remote sensing data" and I am currently a research fellow at Monash University, Department of Civil Engineering.

My research interests are:

  • Numerical modeling of flood waves and dam break waves
  • Numerical modeling of runoff and infiltration processes
  • Design and cost-effective analysis of soil and water conservation works in semi-arid climates
  • Analysis and physical and numerical modeling of micro-hydraulic turbines to replace pressure reducing valves in water supply systems
  • Analysis of Archimedean screws for hydropower production in irrigation channels

Here is my contatct: Stefania.Grimaldi@monash.edu

Research team

Improving flood forecast skill using Remote Sensing data
19 Sep 2018
“The outcomes from this research will provide information for us to use remotely sensed data to...
Improving flood forecasting skill using remote sensing data: rainfall estimation
30 Jun 2017
This project aims to use hydrologic models and data assimilation theory to estimate catchment wide...
Improving flood forecast skill using remote sensing data: model/remote sensing data fusion
30 Jun 2017
This project investigates the use of remotely sensed soil moisture data and flood extent/level to...
Stefania Grimaldi Conference Poster 2016
14 Aug 2016
The use of remote sensing data in operational flood forecasting is currently receiving increasing...
Ashley Wright Conference Poster 2016
14 Aug 2016
This research introduces model input data reduction using the discrete wavelet transform to the...
Improving Flood Forecast Skill Using Remote Sensing Data - Hydraulic Component
18 Aug 2015
Accurate flood forecast is essential to save lives and reduce damages.How far can we get using...
Improving Flood Forecasting Skill Using Remote Sensing Data - Hydrological Component
18 Aug 2015
Flood forecasts suffer from various SOURCES of uncertainties. This project investigates the benefit...

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