Mark Hope

Mark Hope joined AIR in 2013 as an Atmospheric Scientist in our Research Department. Most recently, he was a graduate student working in the Computational Hydraulics Laboratory at the University of Notre Dame, where he worked on the implementation and development of the SWAN+ADCIRC coastal circulation model. He worked in conjunction with the United States Army Corps of Engineers to develop the Texas Gulf Coast computational grid as well as a parametric study of storm surge risk for the Hawaiian Islands. Prior to this, Mark held a position as an intern at FM Global, where he studied effects of varying wave parameters in the SWAN wave model on coastal and inland water levels for Hurricane Ike. Mark has earned a B.S. in Environmental Engineering from Marquette University and is completing a Ph.D. in Civil Engineering from the University of Notre Dame. (Note: Mark left AIR in 2015.)

SubscribeSubscribe to RSS|Recent Posts

Following are some recent blogs:

A New Way of Communicating Significant Storm Surge Threat

A New Way of Communicating Significant Storm Surge Threat

May 21, 2015
Correlations and Consistencies in Hurricane Storm Surge Losses

Correlations and Consistencies in Hurricane Storm Surge Losses

December 2, 2014
Catastrophe Risk Analysis Using Historical Events and Current Exposure

Catastrophe Risk Analysis Using Historical Events and Current Exposure

November 13, 2014

Don't miss a post!
Subscribe via email:

Close

You’re almost done.
We need to confirm your email address.
To complete the registration process, please click the link in the email we just sent you.

Unable to subscribe at this moment. Please try again after some time. Contact us if the issue persists.

The email address  is already subscribed.

Loading...

Close

You’re almost done.
We need to confirm your email address.
To complete the registration process, please click the link in the email we just sent you.

Unable to subscribe at this moment. Please try again after some time. Contact us if the issue persists.

The email address  is already subscribed.