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John Koudelka

Remote Sensing and GIS Scientist/Engineer

Research Areas:
Information Systems and Process Analytics


John A. Koudelka is a remote sensing & GIS scientist/engineer at Idaho National Laboratory. He was lead software engineer and data architect on a project to examine the opportunity to integrate energy crops within current farming practices to support Department of Energy goals for a sustainable biomass future. He also designed and developed a spatial database and web application as a support tool for dam operation optimization in the upper Snake River, with an emphasis on maximizing power generation. He holds a master’s in environmental monitoring from the University of Wisconsin at Madison and a bachelor’s in environmental science from University of Denver. He is pursuing a doctorate in civil engineering at Utah State University.


​M.S., Environmental Monitoring - University of Wisconsin

B.A., Environmental Science - University of Denver

Research Interests:

​Distributed hydrologic modeling, forecasting streamflow, HPC, model integration, improving model and data access via the web, improving the state-of-the-art in hydrologic modeling with technology.

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