James Doss-Gollin is a postdoctoral scholar with the Keller Group at the Penn State Earth and Environmental Systems Institute. He will join the Rice Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty as an assistant professor in January 2021. James’s research is motivated by challenging questions at the intersection of climate dynamics, water management, data science, and decision science. He is currently working on conceptual and computational frameworks that integrate hard and soft instruments for adaptive flood risk management. James completed his Ph.D. in Earth and Environmental Engineering at Columbia and holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from Yale University. Prior to joining the Keller Group, he was a graduate research fellow at the Columbia Water Center developing methods for understanding and predicting spatiotemporally clustered hydroclimate risk, and for incorporating uncertain projections into sequential decision problems.