Amalia Kokkinaki, PhD, is a hydrogeologist, with research interests in numerical modeling of contaminants in the subsurface, multiphase flow, and groundwater remediation, as well as in statistical modeling for monitoring and characterization of the subsurface. Her recent work includes applications of statistical methods for monitoring carbon storage in deep groundwater reservoirs, characterization of large scale aquifers with limited monitoring data, and uncertainty quantification in subsurface systems contaminated by organics. She teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in applied statistics, environmental remediation and water treatment.