Changming He joined the Delaware Geological Survey in March of 2007. Dr. He's research interests include stochastic hydrogeology, geostatistical analysis, inverse calibration, colloids and colloid-facilitated solute transport in variably-saturated porous media, numerical modeling of groundwater flow and contaminant transport.
Dr. He has joined project teams working on application of numerical models to estimate ground-water availability in high-growth areas of the state and to assess impacts of wastewater disposal practices on ground and surface water resources.
Association of Ground Water Scientists and Engineers (AGWSE/NGWA)
Changming He, Bill X. Hu, Using Sequential Self-Calibration and Genetic Algorithm Methods to Optimally Design Tracer Test for Estimation of Conductivity Distribution, Transport in Porous Media, Vol. 67(1), 31-48, 2007.
Jirka Simunek, Changming He, Liping Pang, and S. A. Bradford, Colloid-Facilitated Solute Transport in Variably Saturated Porous Media: Numerical Model and Experimental Verification, Vadose Zone J., Vol. 5, 1035-1047, 2006.
Bill X. Hu, Changming He, Using sequential self-calibration method to estimate a correlation length of a log-conductivity field conditioned upon a tracer test and limited measured data, Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Asses