Diogo’s expertise is in mathematical modelling and applications for hydro-biogeochemistry research. He has specialised in the development of physically-based transport and water quality models for both hydrological and hydrodynamic studies at the catchment, stream/lake and groundwater scales. Diogo is currently involved in an experimental and modelling program focused on agricultural land management in the Canadian Prairies. His research focuses on the development of multi-scale models of water quality suitable for cold agricultural regions. Diogo obtained his PhD from the National University of Singapore (NUS) through the ETH-Zurich research Centre based in Singapore. He holds an MSc from Imperial College London and another from the University of Porto, Portugal.
Faculty supervisor: Howard Wheater