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    Adrian Butler (Dr)

    Dr Adrian Butler is Reader in Subsurface Hydrology in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Imperial College London. His main teaching responsibilities are lecturing on groundwater flow and contaminant transport to both undergraduate and masters degree students. He is also Course Director for the Hydrology and Water Resources Management MSc course. His research […]

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    Ana Mijic (Dr)

    Ana is a Lecturer in Urban Water Management in the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department. She has a first class degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Belgrade, Serbia. Before commencing her MSc, Ana worked at the same University as a teaching assistant in Fluid Mechanics and Hydrometry. She obtained a masters degree with […]

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    Cedo Maksimovic (Professor)

    After having worked for 24 years at the Faculty of Civil Engineering, University of Belgrade and joining the EWRE Section in 1996 Professor Cedo Maksimovic created and heads the UWRG (Urban Water Research Group). His research fields include applied fluid mechanics in urban water systems: storm drainage, urban flooding water supply and interactions of urban […]

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    Christian Onof (Dr)

    After completing his undergraduate studies in Mathematics and Engineering in Paris and Hanover, Dr Onof undertook his PhD research at Imperial, and started as a lecturer in 1992.  His main area of current research is in the stochastic modelling of rainfall fields for the purpose of hydrological simulation and flood design, with a particular emphasis […]

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    David Butler (Professor)

    David Butler is Professor of Water Engineering at the University of Exeter and an Engineering & Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) Established Career Fellow. He has a bachelor’s degree in civil & structural engineering from Cardiff University, a master’s in public health engineering and a doctorate in environmental engineering both from Imperial College London. He […]

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    Fayyaz Ali Memon (Professor)

    Dr Memon was awarded Her Majesty᾽s prestigious scholarship for MSc in Environmental Engineering followed by PhD at Imperial College London. He worked at Imperial College London for about 10 years on sustainable urban water management systems. Presently, he is a Senior Lecturer at internationally well respected Centre for Water Systems, University of Exeter UK. In […]

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    Ian Barker (Honorary Professor)

    Ian Barker is Water Policy International’s founder and Managing Director. With over 35 years’ experience in the water sector he identified the need for an independent consultancy able to cover the spectrum from policy formulation through to practical, integrated water management solutions. And for an independent, authoritative voice on water policy and strategy. Managing water […]

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    Ian Holman (Professor)

    His research focusses on understanding the effects of interactions between land management, soil properties and weather on soil degradation, agricultural yields and hydrological response, under current and future conditions. He is the Cranfield Principal Investigator (PI) on a number of major UK government and European Commission funded projects relating to water and land resources: Workpackage […]

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    Jessica Lamond (Assoc Professor)

    Dr Lamond is currently a senior research fellow in flood risk management at the University of the West of England responsible for furthering research in the fields of flood risk management in the built environment and property valuation. Jessica joined the University in 2011 after studying and working in the field of flood risk management […]

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    John Bridgeman (Professor)

    John Bridgeman is Professor of Environmental Engineering and Director of Research and Knowledge Transfer in the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences. Prior to his appointment at Birmingham in 2005, John spent 15 years working in the water industry on planning, feasibility and detailed process and hydraulic design of water and wastewater treatment systems. He […]