Stories about Paolo Bocchini

Research by Professor Paolo Bocchini and doctoral student Xinyue Wang provides the methodology for predicting when powerline ignition is likely in high winds.

Lehigh researchers explore ignition probabilityan important step in wildfire risk analysis.

Researchers confirm a relationship between social, economic and demographic factors and the propensity for individuals to engage in behaviors that expose them to Ebola spillover.

Paolo Bocchini, Daniel Conus, Brian Davison and their colleagues leverage their collaborative experience in probabilistic modeling to sharpen their focus on catastrophe modeling, a discipline not traditionally explored in academia.

An algorithm proves its worth in a San Diego simulation.

Researchers in Lehigh's ATLSS Center work to fortify structures against natural disasters, protecting life and property.