Ph.D Student, Civil & Environmental Engineering, Princeton University
MS 2008, Environmental Engineering, Michigan Tech
BS 2004, Mechanical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon
Room: E223 Engineering Quad
Webpage: Princeton EcoHydrology Lab
- Environmental Engineering and Water Resources
Stephen spent two years prior to coming to Princeton in the Peace Corps, working in the Dominican Republic. Living on $1000 a year has prepared him well for graduate work. That and his 2 degrees in Engineering, plus the fact that he can read C code the way the pope reads Latin.
Stephen is interested in how water (and/or the lack thereof) interacts with ecosystems and environments, from canopy to continent scale. In his first year, he’s been working on coupling large-scale hydrological data sets with ecophysiological models for better estimates of vegetation productivity in dryland ecosystems.
Updated: August 3, 2011