Dr. Dugwon Seo
Dr. Dugwon Seo
Assistant Professor, Engineering Technology Department, Queensborough Community College at the City University of New York
Ph.D. Civil Engineering, The City College of New York, City University of New York (2014)
M.S. Civil Engineering, The City College of New York, City University of New York (2009)
B.S. Telecommunications Engineering, City University of New York
- Queensborough Community College, Engineering Technology, Assistant Professor (2015-present)
- New York City College of Technology, Electrical Engineering Tech, Adjunct Professor (2010-2015)
- National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Cooperative Science Center for Earth System Sciences and Remote Sensing Technologies (NOAA-CREST), Research Assistant (2007-2014)
- Use of remote sensing technology applications to solve problems in the modeling of land surface processes, numerical weather prediction and global climate models.
- Assessing and evaluating land surface models using observational (measurements and satellite) datasets.
- Sustainable, renewable and efficient future energy system.
- Promoting women’s interest in technology.
Seo, D., Lakhankar, T., Cosgrove B., Khanbilvardi, R., Zhan, X. “Applying SMOS soil moisture data into the National Weather Service (NWS)’s Research Distributed Hydrologic Model (HL-RDHM) for flash flood guidance application”, Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment, Volume 8, (2017), Pages 182-192, ISSN 2352-9385
Seo, D., Lakhankar, T., Khanbilvardi, R.,Mejia, J., Cosgrove, B. “Evaluation of Operational National Weather Service Gridded Flash Flood Guidance over the Arkansas Red River Basin”, Journal of the American Water Resources Association, (2013).
Seo, D., Lakhankar, T., Khanbilvardi, R. “Sensitivity Analysis of b-factor in Microwave Emission Model for Soil Moisture Retrieval: A Case Study for SMAP Mission”, Remote Sensing, 2(5), pages 1273-1286, doi: 10.3390/rs2051273 (2010).
- NSF H-AGEP grant award-Collaborative Research H-AGEP (The Hispanic Alliance for the Graduate Education and the Professoriate on Environmental Sciences and Engineering)
- WiTNY (Women in Technology) grant award
- CUNY PSC grant awards
- ASAP mentor
- CRSP (CUNY Research Scholar Program) mentor
- REU (Research Experience Undergraduate) mentor