Dr. William Collins is an internationally recognized expert in climate modeling and climate change science.
Characterizing and identifying weather drivers of extremes
Variability and change in the spatio-temporal characteristics of extreme events
Statistics of observed and simulated extremes
Atmospheric science, climate dynamics, monsoons, Earth’s hydrological cycle
Application performance engineer on "Toolkit for Extreme Climate Analysis (TECA)"
Understanding the limits of predictability for low-likelihood, high-impact events.
Lead developer of "Toolkit for Extreme Climate Analysis (TECA)"
Gaussian processes, machine learning, and constrained function optimization
Statistical methods for climate data
Understanding and simulating changes in mountain hydroclimate systems
Weather and climate extremes, climate data metrics and evaluation
Regional and global climate modeling, data analysis algorithms and tools, climate data metrics and evaluation
Extreme weather events and their impacts in a changing climate
Variability and predictability of extreme events
Postdoctoral, Graduate, & Undergraduate Researchers
Extreme weather and climate variability
Coupled atmosphere-ocean modeling of extreme events
Applying statistical techniques towards understanding different atmospheric phenomenon
Constraining future projections of extreme rainfall with machine learning
Statistical methods for orthonormal matrices and dynamic systems
Atmospheric Rivers detection, attribution, and morphology using climate models and ARTMIP catalog
Simulating and analyzing projected changes in tropical cyclone activity