ILWS - Charles Sturt University
ILWS - Charles Sturt University

Inam Ahmed

ILWS PhD Candidate

Topic

How scale of investigation influences reporting of instream river hydralics

Interests

Inam AhmedInam, a Water Resources engineer, commenced  his PhD in February 2015 with principal supervisor Professor Robyn Watts and co-supervisors Dr Andrew Hall, Dr Geoff Vietz (The University of Melbourne).

Inam is undertaking in-stream two-dimensional channel hydraulic modelling in the Edward-Wakool River System using mathematical modelling tools. He will test the sensitivity of his 2-dimensional hydraulic model at different spatial and temporal scales to determine how scale of investigation influences the reporting of river hydraulics. He will determine the extent of inundation of important geomorphic features (such as river benches and backwaters) under different flows which will help managers better predict the ecological outcomes of their management decisions with DSS.

Inam, who is from Bangladesh, worked for the Institute of Water Modelling in Bangladesh for six years before doing his Masters in Water Management (2010-2012) at the Cologne University of Applied Science, Germany, on an International Post Graduate Scholarship in Water Technology (IPSWaT) from the German Ministry of Education & Research. His thesis was selected as being in the top five of the theses produced by 150 International students that year.

 Qualifications

Bachelor of Engineering (Water Resources) (2004) Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology (BUET)

Masters in Water Management (2012) Cologne University of Applied Science, Germany

Strategic Research Area

Sustainable Water

Campus  Albury-Wodonga   

Email

June 2017