University: Florida State University
Current University Expertise:
Dr. Ming Ye is an Associate Professor in the Department of Scientific Computing of the Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. He holds a B.S. degree in Geology from the Nanjing University, China. In 2002, he earned his Ph.D. degree in Hydrology from the University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ. After graduation, he worked as a post-doc research associate in the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Portland, OR, and an Assistant Research Professor of the Desert Research Institute, Las Vegas, NV, before joining the Florida State University in 2007. His research interests and expertise are as follows:
(1) numerical modeling of fluid flow and solute reactive transport in porous and fractured media. He has been working on a number of contaminated sites that are of national importance of remediation. His recent modeling work is focused on uranium reactive transport modeling
(2) quantification of predictive uncertainty in model parameters, structures, and scenarios. He has developed various computational and statistical methods for quantification of predictive uncertainty.
(3) characterization of subsurface heterogeneity using geostatistical methods and artificial neural networks.
(4) coastal hydrodynamic modeling. This is a new research area the he developed with support of a DoD project after he joined FSU.
(5) development of ArcGIS-based software for subsurface modeling.
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