Lauren E. L. Lowman
M.A. Mathematics WFU '20
M.A.Ed Secondary Science WFU '12
B.S. Physics UNCW '11
B.A. Mathematics UNCW '11
My academic interests are in climate modeling, dynamical systems, applied mathematics, and STEM education. I'm a member of Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics (SIAM), Mathematics of Climate Research Network (MCRN), the Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM). I taught high school in the Lyceum Academy of New Hanover High School in Wilmington, NC for six years before returning to graduate school. Outside of work, I like exploring Winston-Salem with my wife Kate, spending time at the beach, and playing volleyball as a member of the WFU Men's Club team. I look forward to joining the Lowman Environmental Dynamics Lab team!
Paul David Carchipulla Morales
I am an Ecuadorian environmental engineer who graduated from Escuela Politécnica Nacional in 2021. My main interests are ecosystem monitoring, remote sensing, hydrology modeling, and meteorology. I am currently part of the CUAHSI community and the International Water Association. I was SDG Coordinator at SDSN Youth Andes, Research Assistant at Escuela Politécnica Nacional, and Research Assistant at the University of Minnesota. These experiences drove me to promote STEM research and open science. I am glad to meet my goals as part of the Environmental Dynamics Lab team.
Past Group Members
Luis Dil Godoy
Mechanical Engineering ('21)
Polytechnical University of Catalonia, Barcelona