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Scott C. Hagen

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Professor, Dept. of Civil & Environmental Engineering / Center for Computation & Technology 
Director, LSU Center for Coastal Resiliency 
Louisiana Sea Grant Laborde Chair
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA 70803

Dr. Hagen has authored / co-authored more than 80 peer-reviewed journal articles with focus on massively parallel, high performance computational modeling of ocean, coastal, and inland
astronomical and meteorological tides and flows.  His more recent efforts expand into transport and biological modeling with respect to the coastal dynamics of sea level rise
in general and salt marsh impacts in particular.  He has been instrumental in acquiring
research grants (+85% federal) with total involvement as PI/Co-PI on over $20M
U.S.  Scott, his colleagues, and their
students are conducting scientific research that is applied through engineering
to benefit society.  Their
interdisciplinary research into the hydrodynamic and ecological effects of sea level rise is helping coastal planners and emergency management at the coastal land margin along the Gulf of Mexico and east coast of the U.S. Together they produce transdisciplinary research outcomes.

Professional Preparation
 University of Notre  Dame, South Bend, IN 
 Civil Engineering 
 Ph.D.             April 1998
 University of Iowa,  Iowa City, IA 
 Civil Engineering 
 B.S.E.            May  1993

Appointments (last 20 years)
4/2016 - Present    Director, LSU Center for Coastal Resiliency, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA.
1/2015 - Present    Professor, Dept. of Civil Engineering with joint appointment in the Center for Computation & Technology, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA.
1/2015 - Present    John P. Laborde Endowed Chair for Sea Grant Research and Technology Transfer, LSU, Baton Rouge, LA.
8/2012 - 1/2015    Professor, Dept. of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of  Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
8/2001 - 1/2015    Director, Coastal Hydroscience Analysis,
Modeling & Predictive
Laboratory, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
8/2003 - 8/2012    Associate Professor, Dept. of Civil andEnvironmental Engineering,
                             University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.
8/1997 - 8/2003    Assistant Professor, Dept. of Civil andEnvironmental Engineering,
                             University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.

Recent Publications
Hagen, S.C., D.L. Passeri, M.V. Bilskie, D.E. DeLorme, D. Yoskowitz, “Systems Approaches for Coastal Hazard Assessment and Resilience.” in S. Cutter (Ed): Oxford Research Encyclopedia: Natural Hazard Science. August, 2017.
Bacopoulos, P. & S.C. Hagen, “The intertidal zones of the South Atlantic Bight and their local and regional influence on astronomic tides.” Ocean Modelling, Vol. 119, pp. 13-34, 2017.

D., J.C. Dietrich, S.C. Hagen, S.C. Medeiros, “An Earth's Future Special Collection: Impacts of the coastal dynamics of sea level rise on low gradient coastal landscapes.” Earth’s Future, Vol. 5(1), pp. 2–9, 2017.

Alizad, K., S.C. Hagen, J.T. Morris, S.C. Medeiros, M.V. Bilskie, & J.F. Weishampel, “Coastal wetland response to sea level rise in a fluvial estuarine system.” Earth’s Future, Vol. 4(11), pp. 483–497, 2016.

Huang,W., S.C. Hagen, D. Wang, P.A. Hovenga, F. Teng, J.F. Weishampel, “Suspended sediment projections in Apalachicola Bay in response to altered river flow and sediment loads under climate change and sea level rise.” Earth’s Future, Vol. 4(10), pp. 428–439, 2016.

Hovenga, P.A., D. Wang, S.C. Medeiros, S.C. Hagen, K.A. Alizad. "The response of runoff and sediment loading in the Apalachicola River, Florida to climate and land use land cover change." Earth’s Future, Vol. 4(5), pp. 124-142. 2016.

Passeri, D.L., S.C. Hagen, N.G. Plant, M.V.Bilskie, & S.C. Medeiros, “Tidal Hydrodynamics under Future Sea Level Rise and Coastal Morphology in the Northern Gulf of Mexico.” Earth’s Future, Vol. 4(5), pp. 159-176. 2016.

Bilskie, M.V., S.C. Hagen, S.C. Medeiros, A.T. Cox, M. Salisbury, D. Coggin, "Data and numerical analysis of astronomic tides, wind-waves, and hurricane storm surge along the northern Gulf of Mexico." J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, Vol. 121(5), pp. 2169-9291. 2016.

Bilskie, M.V., S.C. Hagen, K.A. Alizad, S.C. Medeiros, D.L. Passeri, H. Needham. "Dynamic simulation and numerical analysis of hurricane storm surge under sea level rise with geomorphologic changes along the northern Gulf of Mexico." Earth’s Future, Vol. 4(5), pp. 177-193. 2016.

DeLorme, D.E., D. Kidwell, S.C. Hagen, and S. Stephens, “Developing and Managing Transdisciplinary and Transformative Research on the Coastal Dynamics of Sea Level Rise: Experiences and Lessons Learned,” Earth’s Future, Vol. 4(5), pp. 194-209. 2016.

Passeri, D.L., S.C. Hagen, S.C. Medeiros, & M.V. Bilskie, “Impacts of historic morphology and sea level rise on tidal hydrodynamics in a microtidal estuary (Grand Bay, Mississippi).” Cont. Shelf Res., Vol. 111, pp. 150-158, 2015.

Medeiros, S.C., Hagen, S.C., Chaouch, N., Feyen, J.C., Temimi, M., Weishampel, J.F., Funakoshi, Y., Khanbilvardi, R., “Assessing the performance of a Northern Gulf of Mexico tidal model using satellite imagery.” Remote Sensing, Vol. 5, 2013, pp. 5662-5679.

Hagen, S.C., P. Bacopoulos, A.T. Cox, and V.J. Cardone, “Hydrodynamics of the 2004 Florida Hurricanes,” Journal of Coastal Research. Vol. 28, No. 5, Sept. 2012, pp. 1121-1129.  

Medeiros, S.C., S.C. Hagen, and J. Weishampel, “Comparison of floodplain surface roughness parameters derived from land cover data and field measurements.” Journal of Hydrology, Vol. 452–453, 2012 pp. 139-149.
Hagen, S.C. and P. Bacopoulos. “Coastal Flooding in Florida’s Big Bend Region with Application to Sea Level Rise Based on Synthetic Storms Analysis.” Terrestrial, Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences, Volume 23, (5): pp. 481-500. 2012.
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     Congress Dates
           June 18-22, 2018
     Early-bird Registration Deadline
           May 20, 2018
     Abstract Submission Deadline
          November 30, 2017   May 20, 2018
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           June 18, 2018