Offer TitleOffer for collaboration as a partner in urban hydrology and hydrology
Organisation NameUniversità degli Studi di Pavia
Family NameCreaco
First NameEnrico Fortunato
Accademic TitleAssociate Professor
Department / SectionDipartimento di Ingegneria Civile e Architettura
Link to 'research gate' or equivalenthttps://www.researchgate.net/profile/Enrico-Creaco
KeywordsWater distribution network, urban drainage networks, optimization, urban hydrology, climate change
DescriptionProf. Enrico Creaco is Associate Professor at the University of Pavia, qualified for Full Professorship in the Hydraulics, Hydrology and Hydraulic Infrastructure Sector, and Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the University of Adelaide. Prof. Creaco has been lecturer on hydraulic infrastructures at both undergraduate and postgraduate level and has published more than 100 papers in a variety of international journals. His research interests include: 1. Management of urban drainage systems 2. Removal of sediments from sewer systems 3. Simulation and management of water distribution systems 4. Optimal design of water distribution systems 5. Protection of water distribution systems from contamination events 6. Modelling of shallow waters and sediment transport in rivers 7. Application of statistical methodologies to Hydrology and Hydraulic Infrastrctures 8. Analysis of demand in water distribution systems 9. Optimization of irrigation systems 10. Flood risk assessment in urban context 11. Modelling of landslides He is Associate Editor of the Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management-ASCE and of Water-MDPI and participated/led in various national and international research projects. He carried out consultancy work for water utilities (ACOSET and COGEN), for CESI (Centro elettrotecnico sperimentale italiano) and for the Italian Ministery of Economics.
Project DescriptionI would like to join a project aimed at the development of strategies to optimize whole water infrastructures and retain both clean and polluted water in the catchment (continuous supply of water on a temporal scale) both in periods of drought and excess of water.
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