About Us
Vieux, Inc. Baxter and Jean Vieux are co-principals of the company. Vieux, Inc. is an engineering company with a certificate of authorization issued by the Oklahoma Board of Engineering and Land Surveying. With an engineering and hydrologic perspective, the company develops technology by integrating the principles of GIS, hydrology, and radar rainfall in software, services and solutions for the public and private sectors in the US and internationally.
Jean E. Vieux President, CEO Ms. Vieux co-founded Vieux & Associates, Inc., where she manages operations and serves as project manager for gauge-adjusted radar rainfall (GARR) and hydrologic prediction system services. She is active in a number of water quality and hydrologic modeling professional organizations. In 2013, she was elected as a Board of Directors Member of the National Hydrologic Warning Council. Education
  1. MS Environmental Science, University of Oklahoma, 1995
  2. Specialization in GIS Environmental Applications
Baxter E. Vieux, Ph.D., PE Principal, CTO Dr. Vieux's professional focus is radar rainfall and distributed hydrologic modeling. He is distinguished in the application of high-resolution rainfall monitoring to hydraulic modeling of collection systems. Dr. Vieux has directed the development of design storms for collection system planning, operations, and design for municipal sewer districts. He has over 100 publications appearing as textbooks, journal articles, and conference proceedings. At Vieux, Inc., he oversees technology development for rainfall and runoff monitoring software and services. Dr. Vieux developed the first commercially available distributed hydrologic model, Vflo®, US Patent No. 7,136,756-Method for determining runoff. Experience
  1. Principal/Chief Technology Officer, Vieux, Inc., 1992-Present
  2. Professor Emeritus 2013, University of Oklahoma Full Professor, 2000-2013; Associate Professor, 1995-2000; Assistant Professor, 1990-1995
  3. Adjunct Professor, Rice University 2008-present
  4. Visiting Assistant Professor, Michigan State University, 1988-1990
  5. Assistant State Conservation Engineer, USDA-NRCS, Michigan, 1985-1988
  6. State Conservation Engineer (acting), USDA-NRCS, Michigan, 1984-1985
  7. Project Engineer, USDA-NRCS and PL-566 Watershed Project, Kansas, 1978-1984
  8. Established system requirements for GARR processing, stormwater modeling, and oversees technical operations for clients, 1992-present
  1. Ph.D. Michigan State University, 1988
  2. MSCE, Kansas State University, 1982
  3. BSCE, University of Kansas, 1978
  4. Professional Engineer: OK, KS, MI, TX, MD, OH, CO, NCEES 2009