Welcome to my homepage. I am an Assistant Professor in Glenn Department of Civil Engineering at Clemson University. Our research focus: (a) to quantify water security with an emphasis on coupled climate-human interaction under multiple extreme climate events, and (b) to utilize hydroclimatic (extreme) information for improving infrastructure management. We use a combination of process based and statistical methods to quantify non-linear relationship that exists between climate-water- human systems to address water security in a changing environment. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses related to water resources engineering.
Postdoctoral Research Associate / Research Scientist
2012-2013 PNNL (DOE Lab.) (Focus: Water-Energy-Food nexus)
2008-2012 Texas A&M University (Focus: Climate, Drought, Water availability)
2006-2007 McMaster University (Focus: Hydrometric Network Design)
2007 (Ph.D.) Indian Institute of Technology, Civil Engg. (Focus: Drought modeling)