Debora Piemonti specializes in the application of geophysical techniques for subsurface analysis and developing and applying groundwater models for watershed planning. Her skills include numerical modeling, programming, optimization research, data mining, and data analysis. Debora’s responsibilities on projects include analysis of geophysical logs, groundwater modeling at the regional and local scales, and surface water modeling. Her watershed planning experience includes the analysis of stakeholder behaviors in the allocation of conservation practices, and the plausible consequences of stakeholder decisions due to the distribution of conservation practices. She is a skilled user of geographical information systems (including ArcGIS and QGIS), programs in languages that include Matlab, Python, FORTRAN, and C++, and applies modeling and interpretation software such as MODFLOW, SWAT, HY-8, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, Focus, Kingdom Suite, and Petrel.
Debora Piemonti, PhD
Water Resources Engineer
PhD, Civil Engineering, Oregon State University, 2015
MS, Geology, Indiana University, 2012
BS, Geophysical Engineering, Universidad Simon Bolivar, 2006