Ecohydraulics (CEE 498/GEOG 459 EH)
Offered: Spring 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017.
Ecohydraulics is a rapidly developing, interdisciplinary field which examines the interactions between hydrological, ecological, and geomorphic processes in natural systems. The course focuses on: 1) understanding of the underlying fundamental physical and biological processes, 2) developing methods and approaches to address such truly interdisciplinary problems, and 3) implementation, through case studies, of fundamental research questions to advance strategies for management, conservation and restoration of natural ecosystems from small to large temporal and spatial scales.
Mixing in Environmental Flows (CEE 555)
Offered: Spring 2022, Fall 2020, Fall 2018, Spring 2016
Physical processes involved in transport of pollutants by water; turbulent diffusion and longitudinal dispersion in rivers, pipes, lakes, and the ocean; diffusion in turbulent jets, buoyant jets, and plumes.
Stream Ecology (CEE 432/IB 450)
Offered: Fall 2019, Fall 2017, Fall 2016
Description of physical, biological, and chemical characteristics in streams and rivers including an integrated treatment of the environmental factors affecting the composition and distribution of biota; emphasizes the application of ecological engineering principles in aquatic ecosystem protection and management.
Water Resources Engineering (CEE 350)
Offered: Spring 2021
Quantitative aspects of water in the earth’s environment and its engineering implications, including design and analysis of systems directly concerned with use and control of water; quantitative introduction to hydrology, hydraulic engineering, and water resources planning.
Prior instructor experience (at Cornell University):
- Summer 2015 – CEE3310: Fluid mechanics
- Fall 2014 – CEE6550: Transport, Mixing and Transformation in the Environment
- Summer 2014 – CEE3310: Fluid mechanics
- Summer 2012 – CEE3310: Fluid mechanics
- Spring 2012 – BEE5330: Engineering Professionalism (Co-instructor)
- Fall 2011 – CEE3310: Fluid mechanics