Current Projects

 
Source of Support Role Title Award to Villarini Award Period
US Department of Defense Lead PI Development of a decision support aid system connecting climate model downscaling and DoD infrastructure $487,074 [Total award: $1,217,735] 12/1/202211/30/2025
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (subaward) Lead PI GLO Flood Studies - Region 1 (Phase 3) $267,895 [Total award: $267,895] 10/21/20228/14/2023
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (subaward) Lead PI GLO Flood Studies - Region 2 (Phase 3) $292,120 [Total award: $292,120] 9/25/20227/1/2024
National Institutes of Health Co-PI Statistical and agent-based modeling of complex microbial systems: A means for understanding enteric disease transmission among children in urban neighborhoods of Kenya $20,826 [Total award: $109,453] 8/30/20225/31/2023
Office of the Vice President for Research, University of Iowa Lead PI Building Connected Communities in Rural Watersheds: Collaborative Partnerships for Actionable Science $50,000 [Total award: $50,000] 6/1/202205/31/2023
Iowa Department of Transportation Lead PI Projected Changes in Flood Peak Discharge across Iowa: A Flood Frequency Perspective $313,923 [Total award: $313,923] 3/1/2020–2/28/2023
Thomas Jefferson Fund Lead PI Attribution and Projections of Changes in Discharge Across Africa and the Euro-Mediterranean Region $10,000 [Total award: $10,000] 9/1/2019–
8/31/2023
National Science Foundation Lead PI Quantification of the Impacts of Urban Areas on Heavy Rainfall and Flooding from North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones $399,934 [Total award: $399,934] 4/15/2019–
3/31/2023

 

Past Projects

         
Source of Support Role Title Award to Villarini Award Period
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (subaward) Lead PI Flood Studies within Combined River Basins For Texas (GLO): Dannenbaum $191,500 [Total award: $191,500] 5/11/20213/15/2023
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (subaward) Lead PI Statewide high-resolution tropical cyclone rainfall generator and error/bias quantification for Louisiana $50,000 [Total award: $50,000] 4/1/20229/30/2022
National Science Foundation Co-PI Support for Young Investigator Participation at the 8th International Conference on Flood Management (ICFM8), Iowa City, August 1719, 2020 $45,405 (total amount, not the amount of which Dr. Villarini is in charge) 12/1/2019–
11/30/2022
U.S. Geological Survey (via the Iowa Water Center) Lead PI Understanding the impacts of corona virus-related reduction in aerosols and pollution on precipitation and discharge across Iowa $20,000 [Total award: $20,000] 9/1/20218/31/2022
National Science Foundation Co-PI NRT-INFEWS: Paths to Sustainable Food-Energy-Water Systems in Resource-Limited Communities $2,999,869 (total amount, not the amount of which Dr. Villarini is in charge) 8/30/20168/29/2022
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (subaward) Lead PI GLO Flood Studies - Region 2 (TGL20583) $83,020 [Total award: $83,020] 5/27/20214/26/2022
US Department of Housing and Urban Development (subaward) Lead PI Probabilistic modeling of rainfall associated with tropical cyclones affecting Louisiana $190,095 [Total award: $190,095] 4/1/2019-11/1/2021
Willis Tower Watson Co-PI Toward Physically Based and Usable Climate Event Scenarios $13,457 [Total award: $13,457] 1/1/2010-12/31/2021
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lead PI 2020 IPA with USACE $150,000 [Total award: $150,000] 7/1/2020–
12/31/2022
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lead PI Impacts of coronavirus-driven reduction in aerosols on precipitation in the Western United States $63,374 [Total award: $63,374] 8/6/2020–2/5/2021
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lead PI 2018 IPA with USACE $160,000 [Total award: $160,000] 9/1/2018–
12/31/2020
U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (subaward) Lead PI Hydrometeorological Impacts on Water Quantity and Quality across Iowa’s Streams $253,496 [Total award: $253,496] 1/1/2017–12/31/2019
Center for Global & Regional Environmental Research Co-PI Detection, Attribution and Projection of Changes in Temperature Extremes, Heat Waves and Heat Stress across the U.S. Midwest $35,000 [Total award: $35,000] 7/1/2018–
6/30/2019
National Science Foundation Lead PI CAREER: Temporal Clustering of Hydrometeorological Extremes $508,405 [Total award: $508,405] 5/1/2014–
4/30/2019
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lead PI Water Resources and Geospatial Analysis: Attribution of Changes and Evaluation of Actionable Climate Information across the Northern Great Plains and the Central United States $384,471 [Total award: $384,471] 12/28/2015–
6/30/2018
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lead PI U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Research Participation Program - Nancy Barth $165,618 [Total award: $165,618] 6/1/2015–
5/31/2018
U.S. Geological Survey Lead PI Development of a Comprehensive Hazard to Loss Modeling Methodology for the Residential Damage Associated with Inland Flooding from North Atlantic Tropical Cyclones $119,532 [Total award: $119,532] 9/1/2014–
8/31/2017
National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lead PI Remote-sensing Based Characterization of Rainfall Associated with Atmospheric Rivers $90,000 [Total award: $90,000] 9/1/2014–
8/31/2017
NOAA Programs for Disaster Relief Appropriation Act –Non Construction and Construction (subaward) Lead PI Skillful Prediction of Seasonal Hurricane Frequency, Track and Fall $234,537 [Total award: $234,537] 12/1/2013–
2/28/2018
National Science Foundation Lead PI Collaborative Research: Understanding and Forecasting North Atlantic and U.S. Landfalling Tropical Cyclone Activity and Associated Rainfall $263,206 [Total award: $263,206] 9/1/2013–
8/31/2017
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lead PI IPA Agreement with USACE $220,000 [Total award: $220,000] 9/26/2012–
8/31/2016
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Lead PI NMME Precipitation and Temperature
Forecasts for the Continental United States and Europe: Diagnostic Evaluation and Development of Multi Model Applications
$69,999 [Total award: $69,999] 8/1/2015–
7/31/2016
Center for Global & Regional Environmental Research Lead PI How Is Discharge Projected to Change for an Agricultural Watershed in Iowa Over the 21st Century? $30,000 [Total award: $30,000] 7/1/2014–
6/30/2016
U.S. Geological Survey (via the Iowa Water Center) Lead PI Development of a Framework for Discharge Forecasting Over Iowa $59,929 [Total award: $59,929] 4/15/2014–
4/14/2016
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lead PI IPA Agreement with USACE $75,000 [Total award: $75,000] 9/1/2014–
8/31/2015
Iowa Nutrient Research Center Lead PI Modeling of Nitrate Loads and Concentrations in the Raccoon River $50,000 [Total award: $50,000] 7/1/2014-
6/30/2015
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lead PI IPA Agreement with USACE $27,888 [Total award: $27,888] 9/1/2013–
7/31/2014

 

Note:
(The amount listed for collaborative projects reflects only the amount of which Dr. Villarini was in charge, unless otherwise stated)