Water Resources Engineering Research Division
The Water Resources Engineering Research Division has 16 highly qualified staff comprising 6 associate professors and 8 assistant Professors. The major research areas of this division:
- Hydraulic engineering: information system and real time simulation, water resources database development, rain water harvesting technology, water quality modeling in river, estuary, and coastal area, river dynamics and estuary morphology
- Hydrology and groundwater engineering: integrated river basin management, rainfall run off modeling, water conservation
- Lowland and coastal engineering: integrated sustainable development of lowland area, integrated sustainable management of coastal area.
- Water resources management: irrigation network performance based on sustainable development, stabilization of watershed capacity indicator due to regional infrastructure development, priority water allocation and distribution modeling based on UU 7 2004 SDA, integrated and reliable flood control system.