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December 2019 – Our co-authored paper “Spatiotemporal Distribution of Indoor Particulate Matter Concentration with a Low-cost Sensor Network” won the 2019 AIChE Environmental Division (ENV) Graduate Student Paper Award – Third Place.

May 2019 – Presented our work on “Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis for the Identification of Pipe Failure Hotspots in Drinking Water Distribution Networks” at the EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress in Pittsburgh.

April 2019 – Our paper “Identification of Spatial Patterns in Water Distribution Pipe Failure Data Using Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis ” has been accepted for publication in the ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.

April 2019 – Our paper “Influence of the Dead-End Sections of Drinking Water Distribution Networks on the Optimization of Booster Chlorination Systems” has been accepted for publication in the ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management.

April 2019 – Delivered a guest lecture on the “Optimal Placement and Operation of Booster Chlorination Stations in Water Distribution Systems” for the CE356 Elements of Hydraulic Engineering class.

March 2019 – Co-organized “The Water Competition” with Dr. Lina Sela during Explore UT events.

January 2019 – Our abstract has been accepted for an oral presentation in the EWRI World Environmental and Water Resources Congress to be held in Pittsburgh, PA in May 2019. The conference paper “Spatial Autocorrelation Analysis for the Identification of Pipe Failure Hotspots in Drinking Water Distribution Networks” has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed conference proceedings.

January 2019 – Delivered a talk on our work on “Optimal Placement and Operation of Booster Chlorination Stations using an Advection-Dispersion Transport Model for Dead-End Pipes” for the seminar of the EWRE program at UT-Austin.

January 2019 – Our abstract has been accepted for an oral presentation in the ASCE International Conference on Computing in Civil Engineering to be held in Atlanta, GA in June 2019. The conference paper “Spatiotemporal Scan Statistics for the Identification of Density-Based Clusters of Pipe Failure Events in Drinking Water Distribution Systems” has been accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed conference proceedings.