About Me

Abdoul Oubeidillah

 


 

 

 

 

 

Doctoral Degree (Ph.D.)
University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA, 2011
Civil and Environmental Engineering (Water Resources)

Master of Sciences Degree
University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyoming, USA, 2008
Civil Engineering (Water Resources)

Bachelor of Sciences Degree
Minnesota State University, Mankato, Minnesota, USA, 2000
Electrical Engineering (Communications)

High School Degree
Lycée Said Mohamed Cheick, Moroni, Comoros, 1994
Baccalauréat du Second Degré (BAC), Serie C

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

Country:
Comoros     (Video)

 

Currently:
Assistant Professor
The University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley

 

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Research Interests:

Surface water hydrology,  hydro-climatology,  water resources planning, water resources engineering,  water resources management, groundwater, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, stochastic hydrology, hydrologic forecasting, stormwater, urban hydrology, climate change impacts and adaptation, water distribution systems, flood forecasting and modeling, hydroinformatics, remote sensing, disaster risk mitigation and management, sustainable development.

 

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Honors and Awards

Oak Ridge National Laboratory Significant Event Award
Significant contribution to the National Hydropower Asset Assessment Program (NHAAP)

W.K. McClure Scholarship for the Study of World Affairs
Grant to study water resources challenges in Africa

IvanHoe Foundation Graduate fellowship
Grant to international graduate students in Water Resources

Rhoads Scholarship for Water Research
Grant for graduate research in Water Resources

Senator: Dept. of Sciences, Engineering and Technologies  
Minnesota State University, Mankato Student Government

African Training for Leadership and Advanced Skills Fellowship
USAID funds for training at a US higher education institution

Contingent Leader

Lead boy scout troop to the 17th World Scout Jamboree in South Korea

 

Lectures

Courses Taught:

University of Tennessee:

  • ENV 508: Environmental Engineering Seminar
  • ENVE 532: Statistical Methods in Water Resources
  • ENV 595: Special Topic: Climate and Hydrologic Modeling
  • ENV 595: Special Topic: Stochastic Hydrology
  • CE 416: Hydrology

University of Alabama:

  • CE671: Hydrologic Modeling

University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley

  • CIVE 4315: Applied Hydrology
  • CIVE 4335: Water Resources Engineering
  • CIVE 6342: Hydrologic Modeling