Dr. Ming Ye
Ph.D., University of Arizona
Department of Earth, Ocean, and Atmospheric Science (EOAS)
Office: 303 Carraway Building
Department of Scientific Computing (SC)
Office: 489 Dirac Science Library
Phone: (850) 644-4587
Fax: (850) 644-0098
- Mult-Scale Assessment of Prediction Uncertainty in Coupled Reactive Transport Models
Co-Principal Investigator, ERSP, Department of Energy, 2009-2013.
- Impact of Calibration Data on Evaluating Plausibility of Alternative Groundwater models
Principal Investigator, National Science Foundation, 2009-2013.
- Parallel Computing for Assessment of Predictive Uncertainty in Groundwater Reactive Transport Modeling
Principal Investigator, ORAU/ORNL High Performance Computing (HPC) Grant Program, 2009-2012.
- Effect of Near-Term Sea-Level Rise on Coastal Military Infrastructure
Co-Principal Investigator, SERDP, Department of Defense, 2009-2012.
- Multimodel Bayesian Analysis of Data Worth in Environmental Modeling
Principal Investigator, COFRS, Florida State University, 2011.
- Environmental Impacts of Energy Production Systems: Analysis, Evaluation, Training, and Outreach
Co- Principal Investigator, Institute for Energy Systems, Economics, and Sustainability, Florida State University, 2009-2011.
- Plume-Scale Heterogeneity Characterization and Numerical Simulation of Contaminant Transport at the BC Cribs Site: A Preliminary Study,
Principal Investigator, Fluor Hanford, 10/2008-5/2009.
- A New Method of Characterizing Heterogeneity and Uncertainty of Soil Hydraulic Parameters, $30,259,
Principal Investigator, Fluor Federal Services, 4/2007-9/2008.
- Uncertainty Assessment and Data Assimilation for Groundwater Reactive Transport Modeling, $15,863,
Principal Investigator, Florida State University, 5/2007-8/2007.
- A New Method to Estimate Soil Hydraulic Parameter Uncertainty and Heterogeneity Using Bayesian Updating and Neural Network Methods, $357,899
Co-Principal Investigator, Department of Energy, 10/2005-9/2008.
- Geostatistical and Stochastic Study of Radionuclide Transport in the Unsaturated Zone at Yucca Mountain, $624,678
Principal Investigator, Department of Energy, 6/2004-5/2007.
- Uncertainty Analysis of Uranium Transport at Hanford 300 Area, $70,000,
Principal Investigator, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, 10/2004-9/2006.
- Using Artificial Neural Networks to Predict Migration from Buried Liquid Discharges, $35,000,
Principal Investigator, Fluor Federal Services, 6/2005-5/2006.