Minki Hong

MinkiHong

Educational background

Ph. D. (Pursuing)
Biological and Agricultural Engineering

M.S. Agricultural and Rural System Engineering
Seoul National University, South Korea (2016)

B.S. Agricultural and Rural System Engineering
Seoul National University, South Korea (2014)

CV/ Resume
ResearchGate

Research Interests

Surface-subsurface hydrology, Numerical model development, Land surface hydro-meteorological modeling, Data assimilation

Current project

Surface water-groundwater interaction in Rio Grande river basin (USDA-CAP), The impact of subsurface hydrology on land surface energy/water balance considering the simultaneous interaction between vadose zone-phreatic aquifer-stream (Texas Water Observatory).

Awards, scholarships, & fellowships

  • (2018) National Water Center Summer Institute Program, CUAHSI.
  • (2017) BAEN Graduate Student Competitive Scholarship, Biological and Agricultural Department, Texas A&M University.
  • (2015) Outstanding Paper Presentation Award, The Korean Society of Agricultural Engineers. 2015, Award for Outstanding Paper Presentation, Korea Water Resources Association.
  • (2014) Best Oral Presentation Award, International Society of Paddy and Water Environment Engineering.

List of select publications:

  1. Hong, M. K., R, Karki, J. M. Krienert, S. S. Memari, 2018. Evaluating Alternative Groundwater Discharge Estimations for Improved National Water Model Forecasting, National Water Center Innovators Program Summer Institute Report 2018 (CUAHSI & NOAA), Published
  2. Hong, M. K., S. H. Lee, S. J. Lee, J. Y. Choi, 2018. Farmland scale spatial analysis of soil moisture deficit and its application for determining drought severity using NCAM-WRF simulation data, International Journal of Climatology, In review
  3. Hong, M. K., S. H. Lee, J. Y. Choi, S. H. Lee, S. J. Lee, 2015. Estimation of Soil Moisture and Irrigation Requirement of Upland using Soil Moisture Model applied WRF meteorological data, The Korean Society of Agricultural Engineering, Published

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