The research of our group focuses on the development and use of mathematical models for integrating information on natural, technical, and social systems. Our goal is to be able to better support complex decisions on human health and the environment. Tools used in our research include decision analysis, Bayesian network modeling, economics, risk assessment, statistics, game theory, and integrated assessment.
Our research is highly interdisciplinary with applications to climate change, energy systems, water resource management, ecosystem services, land use change, and environmental health. Please see the links to the right for descriptions of some of our group's current projects.