Computational Geophysics Team Leader
Computational Geophysics Team Leader


Judy Robinson is a computational scientist with field and numerical modeling experience in geophysical methods, specializing in electrical resistivity imaging. Since joining PNNL in 2018, her work has focused primarily on joint inversion using flow and transport models with electrical resistivity imaging to determine the feasibility of field electrical imaging. She has also has expertise in analyzing complex resistivity data and is working towards joint physical and geochemical interpretations using corroborating field and lab datasets.

Disciplines and Skills

  • Electrical resistivity imaging, including E4D
  • Spectral induced polarization
  • Hydrogeophysics/Hydrogeophysical numerical modeling
  • Data fusion


  • Ph.D., Environmental Science, Rutgers University-Newark
  • M.S.E., Environmental Engineering, Johns Hopkins University
  • B.S., Civil Engineering, New Jersey Institute of Technology

Affiliations and Professional Service

  • Environmental Engineering and Geophysics Society (EEGS) - Board member at large, 2019
  • American Geophysical Union (AGU) member