Hassan Davani, PhD, PE
Associate Professor, Water Resources Engineering, San Diego State University
Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering
Anomaly detection in infrastructure monitoring systems and downscaling of future climatic conditions.
Green infrastructure design and development for decentralization of water systems in coastal regions.
Data-supported modeling of climate change impacts on coastal water infrastructure systems for developing community-based adaptation strategies. Dissertation
Discovering novel techniques to remove emerging pollutants from the environment, e.g. Bioretention ability to remove Microplastics. Thesis.
Stormwater monitoring and exploring advanced methods to monitor oil & grease pollution in stormwater. Thesis recording: HERE
Optimization of drainage infrastructure to minimize the risk of failure of the utility poles. His thesis defense recording is available at: HERE
The application of GIS for Sea-Level Rise inundation analyses. She also compiled data on community issues as a result of Sea-Level Rise.
The application of GIS for Sea-Level Rise inundation analyses. He also studies groundwater rise as a result of Sea-Level Rise.