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Gustavo de Almeida Coelho
Gustavo Coelho is a doctoral student at the George Mason University, with focus on investigating and developing solutions for increasing society resilience to water related natural hazards. He is currently working on research projects related compound flood prediction and intelligent infrastructure systems.
Professional Experience
Furman University
Assistant Professor
2022 - 2022
George Mason University Fairfax
PhD Student
2018 - 2022
Hidrostudio Engineering
Water Resources Engineer
2010 - 2018
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Education
George Mason University Fairfax
Doctorate
2022
University of Sao Paulo
Masters
2014
UFSC Federal University of Santa Catarina
Bachelors
2010
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Honors & Awards
Student Travel Grant
Received 2022
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Publications
Potential Impacts of Future Extreme Precipitation Changes on Flood Engineering Design Across the Con...

The intensification of extreme precipitation in a warming climate is expected to increase flood risk. In order to support flood resilience efforts,...

April 05, 2022
AGU Abstracts
Incorporating Future Extreme Precipitation Changes in Intensity-Duration-Frequency Curves using Climate Model Large Ensemble Simulations
ADDRESSING THE USABILITY GAP: THE ROLE OF CO-DEVELOPMENT FOR HYDROLOGY IN CLIMATE AND EARTH SYSTEM MODELING II ONLINE DISCUSSION SESSION
designing for change | 20 june 2022
Gustavo de Almeida Coelho, Celso Ferreira, Jeremy ...
Extreme precipitation events are expected to become both more intense and frequent in a warming climate. Flood management structures such as stormwate...
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Assessment of CMIP6 extreme precipitation trends in the National Capital Region of the United States and implications on flood engineering design.
ADVANCES IN MODELING HYDROMETEOROLOGICAL EXTREMES AND ADAPTATION FOR A RESILIENT SOCIETY I ORAL
hydrology | 16 december 2021
Gustavo de Almeida Coelho, Jeremy M. Johnston, ISH...
Infrastructure in the context of flood resilience is designed based on the hypothesis of stationarity of the precipitation. However, this assumption h...
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Exploring Historic and Future Precipitation Projections in the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Region
EXTREME PRECIPITATION IN PAST, PRESENT, AND FUTURE CLIMATES IV POSTER
atmospheric sciences | 14 december 2021
ISHRAT JAHAN DOLLAN, Viviana Maggioni, Jeremy M. J...
Precipitation is an essential component of Earths hydrologic cycle, one that influences soil moisture, vegetation growth, and streamflow. Therefore, i...
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