Dr. Amr A. Oloufa


Room: Engr II 211-H
Phone: (407) 823-3592
E-mail: Amr.Oloufa@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. in Civil Engineering
University of California, Berkeley. April 1988
M.S. in Civil Engineering
Columbia University, New York. April 1984
B.S. in Civil Engineering
Cairo University, Egypt. May 1980


Research Areas of Specialty

  • Construction Automation.
  • Solid Modeling In Construction and Design.
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
  • Object-Oriented and Relational Databases.
  • Simulation of Construction Operations.
  • Global Positioning (GPS) System Applications.
  • Design Structure Matrix in Design (DSM)



Dr. Omer Tatari

Associate Professor

Room: Engr II 301-K
Phone: (407) 823-6558
E-mail: tatari@ucf.edu

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Doctor of Philosophy
in Civil & Environmental Engineering
2009 University of Maryland, College Park

Master of Science
in Industrial Engineering
2004 Purdue University, West Lafayette

Master of Science
in Construction Management
2001 Istanbul Technical University, Turkey


Bachelor of Science
in Civil Engineering
2000 Bogazici University, Turkey




CCE 5220 Sustainable Infrastructure Systems
CCE 6938 Dynamics of Sustainable Systems
CCE 3930H Systems Analysis for Sustainability in Engineered Systems
CCE 4034 Construction Estimating and Scheduling
CCE 4004 Construction Methods

Research Areas of Specialty

  • Environmental life cycle assessment
  • Carbon and ecological footprint analyses
  • Energy efficiency and eco-efficiency analyses
  • Life cycle cost analysis and optimization
  • Dynamic modeling of sustainable systems
  • Decision modeling and analysis
  • Sustainable infrastructure and energy systems
  • Green buildings and sustainable construction



Dr. Ni-Bin Chang

Professor and Director of Stormwater Management Academy

Room: Engr II 442-F
Phone: (407) 823-1375
E-mail: Ni-bin.Chang@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. in Environmental Systems Engineering,
Cornell University, 1991

M.S.,in Environmental Systems Engineering,
Cornell University , 1989.

B.S. in Civil Engineering,
National Chiao-Tung University Taiwan, Republic of China , 1983







Research Areas of Specialty

Environmental Sustainability

  • Water Resources and Environmental Engineering Systems
  • Ecological engineering
  • Industrial Ecology
  • Earth Systems Engineering
  • Environmental Informatics and Remote Sensing
    * Environmental Informatics and Decision Making
    * Environmental Cyberinfrastructure
    * Multispectral and Hyperspectral Remote Sensing
  • Environmental Health Engineering
    * Health Informatics and Decision Making
    * Multimedia Pollutant Fate and Transport Modeling
    * Exposure Assessment and Risk Analysis


Resilient infrastructure Systems


  • Decision Making for Sustainable Infrastructure Management
  • Reliability Assessment Incorporating Sensor and Information Technologies
  • Minimization of Operational Disruption of Infrastructure Systems due t Human Activities and Natural Disasters
  • Post-disaster Recovery Planning
  • Hazard Analysis and Mitigation



Dr. David Cooper

Professor and Director of Air Quality Lab

Room: Engr II 211-L
Phone: (407) 823-2388
E-mail: David.Cooper@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. Chemical Engineering
Clemson University , 1980

M.S. Chemical Engineering
Rice University , 1971

B.S. Chemical Engineering
Clemson University, 1969




Undergraduate Courses
ENV 3001 Introduction to Enviromental Engineering
ENV 4120 Air Pollution
ENV 4122 C Air Pollution Control Design


Graduate Courses
ENV 6106 Atomosphere Dispersion Modeling
ENV 6126 Design of Air Pollution Control
ENV 6347 Hazardous Waste Incineration

Research Areas of Specialty

Air Pollution Modeling




Dr. Steven Duranceau

Associate Professor  and
Director of the Environmental Systems Engineering Institute

Room: Engr II
Phone: (407) 823-1440
E-mail: Steven.Duranceau@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. Environmental Engineering
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL - 1990

M.S. Industrial Chemistry
University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL - 1987

B.S. Chemistry
Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL - 1983




Research Areas of Specialty

  1. Water quality chemistry.
  2. Physico-chemical and microbiological processes:
    • Aeration and oxidation,
    • Membranes,
    • Activated carbon,
    • Ion-exchange,
    • Disinfection,
    • Stabilization,
    • Corrosion control,
    • Distribution system biofilms.
  3. Desalination process operation troubleshooting and analysis. 
  4. Water distribution system infrastructure.
  5. Blending of alternative water supplies.



Dr. Woo Hyoung Lee P.E.

Assistant Professor

Room: Engr II 406
Phone: (407)-823-5304
E-mail: WooHyoung.Lee@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering,
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH 2009

M.S. in Environmental Engineering,
Korea University, Seoul, Korea 2001

B.S. in Environmental Engineering,
Chonnam National University, Gwangju, Korea, 1996




EES 4111C Biological Process Control, University of Central Florida, Spring 2015


  • Electrochemical Micro/Nano-Sensor for In Situ Monitoring of Nutrients and Chemical/Biological Compounds in Engineered and Natural Aquatic Systems
  • Biocorrosion and Nitrification in Water Distribution Systems
  • Biofilm Disinfection and Control in Drinking Water Distribution Systems
  • Electrocoagulation as a Means of Oil-in-Water Emulsion Breaking Technology
  • Gray Water Recycling Systems (potable water and non-potable water)
  • Algae Biofuel Feedstock Generation and Separation
  • Development of Electrochemical Power Sources: Microbial Fuel Cells for Energy Production from Sediment



Dr. Andrew  Randall

Associate Professor

Room: Engr II 409
Phone: (407) 823-6429
E-mail: Andrew.Randall@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. Civil (Environmental) Engineering,
Auburn University, 1993.
M.S. Civil (Environmental) Engineering,
Virginia Tech, 1987.
B.S.C.E. Civil Engineering,
Virginia Tech, 1984.



Research Areas of Specialty

  • Bacterial Regrowth in Water Distribution Systems : Member of UCF Membrane Treatment Focus Group
  • Advanced Wastewater Treatment (Biological Nutrient Removal; EBPR/Polyhydroxyalkanoate Biosynthesis)
  • Bioremediation (chlorinated solvents)
  • Water Supply and Sanitation in Developing Countries
  • Industrial Pretreatment (trickling filter, TF/AS systems)





Dr. Debra  Reinhart

Professor and Asst VP for Research

Room: Engr II 202-G
Phone: (407) 823-2156
E-mail: Debra.Reinhart@ucf.edu

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PhD Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, Georgia).
Environmental Engineering, March 1989.
MS Georgia Institute of Technology
(Atlanta, Georgia). M.S. in Sanitary Engineering, December 1980.
BS Florida Technological University
(Orlando, Florida).
Engineering, Summa Cum Laude, June 1976.

Rollins College (Winter Park, Florida). September 1972 through May 1974.



EGN 3704 Engineering and the Environment
EES 4202  Chemical Process Control
ENV 4341 Solid Waste Management
ENV 5335* Hazardous Waste Management
ENV 6055* Subsurface Contaminant Transport
ENV 4800* Air and Waste Management Design

ENV4300* Solid Waste Design
EGN 1006 Introduction to Engineering
*Developed at UCF

Research Areas of Specialty

Solid and Hazardous Waste Management Research



Dr. Anwar Sadmani

Assistant Professor


phone: 407-823-2781
fax: 407-823-5407
email: sadmani@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. in Civil Engineering
University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, Canada, 2014

M.Sc. in Municipal Water and Infrastructure
UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education, Delft, The Netherlands, 2008

B.Sc. in Civil Engineering
Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET), Dhaka, Bangladesh, 2004



ENV 3001 Introduction to Environmental Engineering

Research Areas of Specialty


  • Membrane treatment of emerging micropollutants and disinfection by-products
  • Membrane-based hybrid processes for treating impaired quality waters
  • Membrane fouling
  • Impact of source water matrices on membrane-micropollutant interactions
  • Ion exchange, activated carbon, and low-pressure membrane pre-treatment


Dr. A. Dale Whittaker

Professor and Provost


phone: 407-823-2302
fax: 407-823-5407
email: provostcomments@ucf.edu

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  • Ph.D. Agricultural Engineering, Purdue University 1987
    Dissertation: Coupling symbolic and numeric computing for soil erosion modeling
  • M.S. Agricultural Engineering, Purdue University 1984
    Thesis: Circular Hough transform for locating tomatoes
  • B.S. Agricultural Engineering, Texas A&M University 1983
    Summa Cum Laude, Rudder Outstanding Undergraduate Award



Research Areas of Specialty

Non-linear process control in food manufacturing, machine vision, machine learning, pattern recognition, non-invasive measures of food quality, object-oriented spatial system models, environmental modeling.






Dr. Manoj Chopra


Room: Engr2-442B
Phone: (407) 823-5037
E-mail: Manoj.Chopra@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. Civil Engineering
State University of New York at Buffalo,
February 1992.

M.S. Civil Engineering
State University of New York at Buffalo,
June 1988.

B.E. Civil Engineering (with Honors)
Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani, India, May 1985.




Undergraduate Courses

  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Statics Honors Statics
  • Mechanics of Materials
  • Geotechnical Engineering (with Laboratory)
  • Introduction to the Engineering Profession

Graduate Courses

  • Geotechnical Engineering II
  • Boundary Elements in Civil Engineering
  • Advanced Geotechnical Engineering
  • Foundation Engineering

Research Areas of Specialty

  • Computational Methods : Finite Element and Boundary Element Methods
  • Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction and Poroelasticity and Thermoelasticity
  • Pervious Concrete Pavements
  • Soil Erosion and Sediment Control
  • Nonlinear Soil Consolidation and Stress Analysis
  • Vibrations of Bridges subjected to Moving Loads
  • Permeable Treatment Walls for In Situ Groundwater Remediation
  • Stability of Sinkholes
  • Soil Properties and Light Weight Fills





Dr. BooHyun NAM

Assistant Professor

Room: Engr II Room 405
Phone: (407) 823-1361
E-mail: BooHyun.Nam@ucf.edu

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University of Texas at Austin (2005 to 2010)
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Program
University of Texas at Austin (2003 to 2005)
M.S.E. in Civil Engineering, Geotechnical Program
Kyunghee University, Korea (1996 to 2003, military service from 1997 to 1999)
B.S. in Civil Engineering


CGN 3501C – Civil Engineering Materials (undergraduate)
CEG 4011C – Geotechnical Engineering I (undergraduate)
TTE 5835 – Pavement Design (graduate)
CEG 6065 – Soil Dynamics (graduate)


Research Interests

  • Subsurface characterization of geotechnical and pavement systems using noninvasive geophysical methods
  • Laboratory evaluation of material properties (geotechnical, pavement, and recycled materials) by static and dynamic methods
  • Nondestructive evaluation (NDE) of civil infrastructures utilizing state-of-art sensor technologies
  • Pavement monitoring and evaluation, management, and preservation
  • Material fatigue characterization in geotechnical and pavement systems
  • Mechanical behavior and properties of nanotechnology-based asphalt/concrete materials




Dr. Necati Catbas


Room: Engr II 211-H
Phone: (407) 823-3743

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Post-Doctoral Research,
Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA.
Ph.D. in Structural Engineering,
University of Cincinnati. Cincinnati, OH.
M.S. in Structural Engineering,
Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
B.S. in Civil Engineering,
Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey




CES 6116 Finite Element Analysis
EGN 3310 Engineering Mechanics –STATICS
CES 5325 Bridge Engineering
CES 4101/5937 Matrix Analysis of Structures
CES 4100 Structural Analysis I
CES 6209 Dynamics of Structures

Research Areas of Specialty

  • Analysis, Design and Assessment of Civil Infrastructure Systems (CIS)
  • Structural Health Monitoring (SHM)
  • Structural Identification (St-Id)
  • Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
  • Condition Evaluation of Constructed Facilities
  • Disaster Mitigation and Management
  • Analytical Simulation and Characterization
  • Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) Technologies
  • Experimental Modal Analysis and Dynamics
  • Bridge Engineering
  • Engineering Education



Dr. Kevin R. Mackie

Associate Professor and Associate Chair

Room: Engr II 402
Phone: (407) 823-2857
E-mail: Kevin.Mackie@ucf.edu

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B.Eng. Civil Engineering
from The Cooper Union, 12/1998

M.S. Structural Engineering
from University of California Berkeley, 12/2000

PhD. Structural Engineering
from University of California Berkeley, 10/2004



Undergraduate Courses

CES 4100 - Structural Analysis I

EGN 3310 - Engineering Mechanics - Statics

Graduate Courses

CES 6010 - Structural Reliability

CES 6220 - Wind and Earthquake Engineering

CES 6230 - Advanced Structural Mechanics

CES 6527 - Nonlinear Structural Analysis


Research Areas of Specialty

  • Earthquake engineering
  • Performance-based engineering
  • Multiple-hazard assessment and design
  • Structural reliability
  • Structural dynamics
  • Nonlinear analysis
  • Bridge engineering
  • High-performance materials and composites


Dr. Nicos Makris

Member of Academia Europaea

Editor-in-Chief (America): Earthquakes and Structures


Room: 409 Engineering 2
Phone: (407) 823-4824
E-mail: Nicos.Makris@ucf.edu

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Doctorate in Civil Engineering,
State University of New York at Buffalo, January 1992

Master of Science in Civil Engineering,
State University of New York at Buffalo, January 1990

Diploma in Civil Engineering,
National Technical University, Athens, Greece, June 1988


  • Structural Analysis with
    Classical Methods

  • Structural Analysis with
    Matrix Methods

  • Structural Mechanics

Research Areas of Specialty

  • Aseismic Base and Rocking Isolation, Energy Dissipation Devices, Passive and Active Control
  • Soil-Structure-Interaction and Soil Dynamics
  • Ground Motions, Signal Processing, Structural Modeling and System Identification
  • Seismic Protection and Preservation of Cultural Heritage




Dr. Hae-Bum Yun

Assistant Professor

Room: Engr II 405
Phone: (407) 823-0176
E-mail: Hae-Bum.Yun@ucf.edu

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Ph. D., 2007
Civil Engineering, University of Southern California
M.S., 2002
Civil Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University
B.S., 1996
Civil Engineering, Pusan National University





Research Areas of Specialty

  • Nonlinear system identification and stochastic analysis
  • Structural health monitoring and control
  • Smart, remote and embedded sensing techniques, such as microelectromechanical system (MEMS), web-based infrastructure monitoring systems and remote experiments
  • Non-destructive evaluation and test (NDE&T), especially using the spectroscopy techniques of nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) and magnetic resonance image (MRI)


Dr. Mohamed A. Abdel-Aty, P.E.

Pegasus Professor and Chair

Deputy Director, Transportation Safety and Operation Center for Advanced Transportation Systems Simulation (CATSS)

Editor-in-Chief of Accident Analysis and Prevention

Room: Engr II 211-W
Phone: (407) 823-4535
E-mail: M.Aty@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. in Civil Engineering (Transportation),
September 1995, University of California, Davis

M.Sc. in Civil Engineering (Transportation),
July 1991 Alexandria University

B.Sc. in Civil Engineering, June 1985
Alexandria University





  • Transportation Engineering (TTE4004)
  • Transportation Safety Analysis (TTE6315)
  • Geometric Design of Highways and Streets (TTE5805)
  • Regional Planning (CGN6655)



Traffic Safety Analysis, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Traffic Simulation, Transportation Demand Analysis, Transportation Planning Concepts and Methods, Computer, Statistical and Econometrics Applications in Transportation Engineering.




Dr. Haitham Al-Deek, P.E.

Associate Editor, Journal of Intelligent Transportation Systems (J-ITS)

Room: Engr II 209
Phone: (407) 823-2988
E-mail: Haitham.Al-Deek@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. Civil Engineering-Transportation Engineering, October 1991. University of California, Berkeley.
M.S. Civil Engineering-Transportation Engineering, December 1987. University of California, Berkeley.
B.S. Civil Engineering (with Honors)
Kuwait University, Kuwait.




TTE3810: Highway Engineering
TTE4274: Transportation Systems Engineering
TTE5256: Traffic Operations

TTE6205: Highway Capacity

TTE6270: Intelligent Transportation Systems

TTE6625: Mass Transit


Research Interests and Expertise

  • Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
  • Traffic operations
  • Connected vehicles
  • Wrong-way driving behavior and countermeasures
  • Driver behavior through freeway work zones
  • Impact of work zones on traffic operations
  • Mileage Based User Fee (MBUF) and CAFÉ Standards
  • Transit Signal Priority (TSP) and TSP technology
  • Active Traffic and Demand Management (ATDM)
  • Heavy truck movement forecasting
  • Clean energy
  • Advanced Traveler Information Systems (ATIS)
  • Advanced Traffic Management Systems (ATMS)
  • Electronic Toll Collection and Traffic Management Systems (ETTM)
  • Traffic incident management
  • Traffic simulation models
  • Transportation planning
  • Design and implementation of regional and statewide traffic information data warehouses
  • Development of Internet based applications to transportation systems
  • Modeling the impact of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
  • Modeling the impact of ITS on air quality
  • Evaluation of remote sensing technologies (AUTOSENSE-III)
  • Development of freight (truck/rail) planning and forecasting models for seaports.
  • Driver simulators
  • Evaluation of Dynamic Message Signs
  • Modeling of route choice behavior, using econometric software and modeling in transportation planning and engineering
  • Designing, developing, and implementing regional and statewide traffic information data warehouses



Dr. Naveen Eluru

Room: 301D
Phone: (407) 823-4815
E-mail: Naveen.Eluru@ucf.edu

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The University of Texas at Austin
Doctor of Philosophy in Civil Engineering (Transportation) - Sep 2010
Thesis - Developing Advanced Econometric Frameworks for modeling Multidimensional Choices: An Application to Integrated Modeling of Activity, Transportation and Land-Use Choice Behavior

Master of Science in Civil Engineering (Transportation) - Dec 2005
Thesis - A Joint Econometric Analysis of Seat Belt Use and Crash-Related Injury Severity

Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Madras

Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering - May 2004
Thesis - Study of Sensitivity of a Trip Table Synthesis Model to a Parameter


CGN 6655 Regional Planning Design and Development.

Research Areas of Specialty

Transportation Planning
Activity-based models, micro-simulation frameworks, policy evaluation of transportation congestion pricing measures

Integrated Socio-Demographic and Land-Use Modeling
Population updating microsimulation systems, self-selection in residential location choice, long-term residential mobility and explicit incorporation of built environment

Sustainable Urban Design

Studying influence of urban form on bicycle use, and understanding bicycle route choice behavior, bicycle sharing system usage, public transportation ridership, examining physical activity participation determinants and non-traditional work participation behavior

Activity Time-Use

Studying activity participation, time-use and activity-travel pattern attributes

Transportation Safety

Traffic crash analysis of driver injury severity, pedestrian and bicyclist injury severity, and highway-railway collision safety

Integrating Travel Demand and Supply Models

Integrating Activity-Based frameworks and Dynamic Traffic Assignment modules for travel forecasting and evacuation planning

Advanced Econometric Modeling

Discrete choice models accounting for self-selection, generalized ordered logit models, stated preference studies, multiple discrete-continuous frameworks, copula models, and composite likelihood approaches



Dr. Essam Radwan

Professor & Executive Director CATSS

Room: Engr II 301-F
Phone: (407) 823-4738
E-mail: Ahmed.Radwan@ucf.edu

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Ph.D, Transportation Engineering
Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, December 1978

M.S.C.E. Transportation Engineering
West Lafayette, Indiana, December 1976

B.S.C.E. Civil Engineering (With Highest Honors), July 1972, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt


Research Areas of Specialty

The use of driving simulators to conduct traffic engineering studies to enhance the operation and safety of highways and streets. Transportation evacuation under hurricane threats has gotten my attention in the last two years. I also conducted research in numerous transportation applications including Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS), highway safety, computer simulation of traffic flow and operations, transportation of hazardous materials and hazardous wastes including nuclear spent fuels, and regional freight transportation modeling.


Dr. Kelly Kibler

Assistant Professor

Room: Engr II, 442J
Phone: (407) 823-4150
E-mail: Kelly.Kibler@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. Water Resources Engineering
Oregon State University, 2011
MSc Forest Engineering- Hydrology
Oregon State University, 2007



Undergraduate Courses
CWR 3201 Engineering Fluid Mechanics


Graduate Courses

Research Areas of Specialty

River Ecohydraulics:
Interaction of physical-biological attributes of freshwater systems
Natural flow regimes and flow restoration
River restoration
Physical aquatic habitat
Design of infrastructure to support river integrity


Sustainable design and operation of small hydropower
Hydrogeomorphic effects of dams
Reservoir sediment management
Dam/stream barrier removal


Extreme hydrological events:
Flood risk management
Forecasting rainfall-runoff and inundation
Forecasting in poorly gauged and transboundary river basins
Ecology of extreme low flow events




Dr. Talea L. Mayo

Assistant Professor

Room: Engr II 402
Phone: (407) 823-1206
E-mail: talea.mayo@ucf.edu

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Ph.D., Computational Sciences, Engineering, and Mathematics,
The University of Texas at Austin, 2013
M.S., Computational and Applied Mathematics,
The University of Texas at Austin, 2010
B.S., Mathematics,
Grambling State University, 2008




CWR 3201 Engineering Fluid Mechanics
CWR 5515 Numerical Methods in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Research Areas of Specialty

coastal ocean modeling, hurricane storm surge, risk analysis, statistical data assimilation, state estimation, parameter estimation, scientific computing






Dr. Fidelia  Nnadi

Associate Professor and
CECS Director of Diversity

Room: Engr II 442-A
Phone: (407) 823-6513
E-mail: Fidelia.Nnadi@ucf.edu

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Ph.D. Water Resources Engineering
Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, March 1992

B.E. Civil/Environmental Engineering. (1st Class Honors)
University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nigeria. May 1981



Research Areas of Specialty

  • Sediment Transport
  • River Mechanics
  • Watershed Management
  • Stormwater Management
  • Wetland Conservation
  • Lake Restoration
  • Potable Water Treatment and Distribution
  • Surface Water Treatment Rule (SWTR)
  • Groundwater systems under direct influence of surface water (GWUDI)




Dr. Arvind Singh

Room: Engr II, 411
Phone: (407) 823-4827
E-mail: Arvind.Singh@ucf.edu

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PhD. 2011, University of Minnesota


Undergraduate: Water Resources II

Research Interests:

Sediment transport, Turbulent flows, Landscape evolution




Dr. Dingbao Wang

Assistant Professor and Director of the CHAMPS Lab

Room: Engr II 404
Phone: (407) 823-1449
E-mail: Dingbao.Wang@ucf.edu

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Ph. D., 2009
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Specialization: Water Resources Engineering
 M.S., 2005
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Specialization: Water Resources Engineering
 B.S., 2001
Tongji University
Specialization: Environmental Engineering





  • CWR 4101- Hydrology (Fall 2010, Spring 2011)
  • CWR 4632- Water Resources Engineering I (Fall 2011)


  • CWR 5937 – Water Resources in a Changing Environment (Fall 2011)


  • Watershed hydrology
  • Water Resources Systems Analysis
  • Human impacts (such as land use change and human water uses) on hydrologic systems
  • Climate change impact on water resources (such as streamflow, water availability, agricultural and urban water demand)
  • Sea level rise and climate change impact on flooding and ecosystem of coastal area
  • Surface water and groundwater interaction
  • GIS and remote sensing applications in water resources



Andy Agoos

John Alford

Dr. Emam Emam

FDOT – Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise



Benjamin Fries

CPH, Inc.

E-mail: bfries1@cfl.rr.com

Dr. Camilo Gil

Victor Godlewski


City of Orlando

Jordan Haywood



Dr. Ayman Mohamed




Mark Mongeau

Ardaman & Associates

Phone: (407)855-3860
E-mail: flamark1@aol.com

Dr. Massoud Moradi

James Moye

Justin Quillen

Dr. Amr Sallam


Russ Snyder

FDOT – Florida’s Turnpike Enterprise

E-mail: rsnyderucf@aol.com

Jacqueline Sullivan

Dr. Muthusamy Swami

Andy Williams

Larry Wray


CPH, Inc.

Paul Yeargain


Vanasse Hangen Brustlin, Inc.







Dr. Dennis Filler

Mr. Chris O'Riordan-Adjah

Dr. Ricardo Zaurin







Dr. Jae Young Lee









Research Assistant Professor
CATSS, Transportation & Air Quality Program Director
Room: Engr II, 301E
Phone: (407) 823-0808
Email: habousenna@ucf.edu





Ph.D. Civil Engineering – University of Central Florida, 2012
M.S. Civil Engineering (Transportation) – University of Central Florida, 2003
M.S. Civil Engineering (Transportation) – Cairo University, 2000
B.S. Civil Engineering – Cairo University, 1993

Research Areas of Specialty:

  • Traffic Engineering
  • Transportation Planning
  • Microscopic Traffic Simulation
  • Travel Demand Modeling
  • Transportation Impacts & Capacity Analyses
  • Transportation Air Quality Impacts





Dr. Stephen C. Medeiros

Research Assistant Professor

Room: Engr I, 411
Phone: (407) 823-0522
E-Mail: Stephen.Medeiros@ucf.edu





Ph.D. Civil Engineering – University of Central Florida, 2012
M.S. Civil Engineering – Florida Institute of Technology, 2001
B.S. Civil Engineering with Honors – Florida Institute of Technology, 1999


Teaching Undergraduate Courses:

CWR 3201 Engineering Fluid Mechanics
CWR 4632 Water Resources Engineering 1
CWR 4633 Water Resources Engineering 2


Research Areas of Specialty:
  • Geospatial Data Fusion:
  • Satellite Remote Sensing
  • Airborne Laser Scanning
  • Field Data Collection
  • Spatial Data Analysis
  • Model Parameterization & Validation
  • Field Experiment Design and Instrumentation Development

Water Resources Modeling:

  • Coastal Dynamics of Sea Level Rise
  • Hurricane Storm Surge Modeling
  • Watershed Hydrology
  • Groundwater Hydrology

Dr. William F. Carroll


Emeritus Professor of Engineering



Dr. Robert D. Kersten

Founding Dean,
College Of Engineering and
Emeritus Professor of Engineering

Dr. J. Paul Hartman

Emeritus Professor of Engineering

Dr. Shiou-San Kuo

Emeritus Professor of Engineering

Dr. David Jenkins

Emeritus Professor of Engineering


Dr. James Taylor

Emeritus Professor of Engineering

Dr. Waldron McLellon

Emeritus Professor of Engineering

Dr. Gour Tsyh Yeh

Emeritus Provost Professor
of Engineering

Dr. Martin Wanielista

Emeritus Professor of Engineering

Dr. Yousef A. Yousef

Emeritus Professor of Engineering