Scott's research interests include physically-based mathematical and numerical modeling, watershed-scale hydrologic systems, source-to-sink sediment transport, scaling analysis, differential geometry, component-based modeling, grid-based computational methods, efficient computer algorithms and fluvial landscape evolution models. Scott has authored numerous, open-source, earth surface process models including a spatially-distributed hydrologic model called TopoFlow and a fluvial landscape evolution model called Erode. He is also CEO and founder of Rivix, LLC which sells a software product for terrain and watershed analysis called RiverTools.
Scott has been honored to pursue research as a NASA Global Change Student Fellow (1990-1993) and a National Research Council Research Associate (1995-1998).
PhD, Geophysics: University of Colorado, Boulder, 1995
MS, Mathematics: Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1989
BS, Physics: Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1987
BS, Engineering Physics: Oregon State University, Corvallis, 1987
National Research Council Research Associate, National Research Council (NRC), 1995
NASA Global Change Student Fellow, NASA, 1990
Scott's research interests include cyberinfrastructure for modeling, hydrologic modeling, fluvial landscape evolution, seafloor and stratigraphic evolution, nonlinear PDEs, differential geometry, scaling theory, sediment plumes, coastal dynamics, efficient computer algorithms, and source-to-sink sediment transport.
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GEOL/GEOG 5700: Surface Process Modeling: Applying the CSDMS Modeling Tool