Estimating Future Precipitation Extremes in Ellicott City, MD: Temporal Downscaling, Uncertainty Quantification, and Implementation in Urban Stormwater Infrastructure Design. Mofan Zhang, Master Student & Research Assistant; Rui Shi, Ph.D. Student; Benjamin Hobbs, Theodore and Kay Schad Professor of Environmental Management, Department of Environmental Health and Engineering, Whiting School of Engineering, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD
Mofan Zhang is a research assistant at Johns Hopkins University. She is currently working with Professor Benjamin Hobbs on an extreme precipitation risk and uncertainty evaluation project funded by Mid-Atlantic Regional Integrated Sciences and Assessments. Her research interests lie in how decision-making for water resources and energy systems will adapt to the changing environment.
Hardness removal from the extremely hard LRGV tap water using electrically conductive concrete
. Mirza addaito Billah, Graduate Research Assistant; KIM Iqbal, Graduate Student; Jongmin Kim, Assistant Professor; Phillip Park, Lecturer, Civil Engineering Department, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV).
Mirza addaito Billah is a graduate research assistant in Environmental Engineering lab of UTRGV. His research focuses on treating water hardness from local tap water using conductive concrete cathode. He will be joining as a PhD candidate in University of Nebraska Lincoln in this summer.