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Group Members

Diego Martínez García
 
Diego Martínez García is a research assistant in the Lee Drinking Water Infra Analytics Group and a Master´s student in Engineering at SJSU. He earned a Civil Engineering degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM) and additionally completed a Specialty in Environmental Engineering. During his degree, he focused on wastewater reuse potential for agriculture in Mexico. He was offered the opportunity to participate in a summer program organized by Veolia in France where the group was able to discover a wide range of solutions related to water and solid waste management in European cities. He has worked at the Treatment and Reuse Group at the Institute of Engineering – UNAM where he collaborated in studies related to water treatment for aquifer recharge, estimation of greenhouse gasses emissions at wastewater treatment facilities and laboratory operation of a treatment pilot plant for water indirect reuse. His current work focuses on a water mains replacement program by using GIS modeling and the impacts of hydraulic transients in water infrastructure. 
  

Former Group Member Research Projects

Postdoctoral Research Associates

Dr. Gamze Gungor Demirci (2015-2017) - Utility Performance Assessment; Non-revenue water; preference analysis

Dr. Sathya Geetha (2016-2017) - GIS Applications in Water Mains Asset Management 

Dr. Indu Jeyachandran (2015-2016) - GIS Applications in Water Mains Asset Management 



MS Student
  
Andrea Bautista (Spring 2016) - Optimal Replacement of Water Mains
 
Jose Oropeza (Fall 2015) - Estimating Energy Use from Water Systems in SJSU
 
Brandon Woods (Spring 2015) - Water Quality Analysis using Intervention Analysis
 
Jon Marshall (Spring 2015) - Hydraulic Transients in Contra Costa Water District
 
Chris Mar (Spring 2015) - Pipe Network Optimization using EPANET linked with Matlab
 
Shari Carlet (Spring 2015) - Water Demand Analysis in Palo Alto, CA
 
Madeline Baker (Fall 2014) - Pipe Network Optimization using EPANET linked with Matlab
 
E.Eiesner-Streller (Fall 2014) - Historical Review of Water Price
 
Long Phi Hoang (Fall 2014) - Application of SVM for Water Demand Forecasting
 
Yi Ying Huang (Fall 2014) - Pipe Network Optimization using EPANET linked with Matlab
 
Sujan Maharjan (S & F 2012) - Hourly Water Demand in High-Rise Building
 
Stephanie Tanverakul (S & F 2012) - Water Demand Analysis in California
 
Rafael Lopez (Spring 2011) - Application of EIO-LCA for Plumbing Materials
 
Tim Hampton (Spring 2010) - Practical Planning and Management for Water Infrastructure
 
Poyom Riles (Spring 2009) - Case Study: Application of HEC-RAS
 
Abdullah Fayyz (Fall 2008) - Hydraulic Transients Analysis at Water Mains
  
 
 
 
Undergraduate Student
  
Matheus Seveino (Sum 2015) Drinking Water Infrastructure & Flushing Issues
 
Alessandra Siqueira (Sum 2015) Drinking Water Infrastructure & Flushing Issues
 
Wallace Gomes (Sum 2015) Drinking Water Infrastructure & Flushing Issues
 
Carolina Castro (Sum 2015) Drinking Water Infrastructure & Flushing Issues
 
Caio Alves (Sum 2015) Drinking Water Infrastructure & Flushing Issues
 
Matheus Correa (Sum 2015) Drinking Water Infrastructure & Flushing Issues
 
Milena Albuquerqe (Sum 2015) Drinking Water Infrastructure & Flushing Issues
 
Ryan Barker (Fall 2013) Water Conservation related LEED Standard
 
Vincent Castaneda (Spring 2013) Case Study: Applicatino of EPA SWMM
 
Angela Ruberto (Spring 2012) Water-Energy Nexus Issues in San Jose State University
 
Yonatan Tan (Spring 2012) Case Study: Application of Global Climate Model (GCM)
 
Aldo Reyes (Fall 2011) Case Study: Application of EPA SWMM
 
Uriel Ortiz (Fall 2011) Case Study: Application of HEC-HMS
 
Zhen Wang (Spring 2011) Case Study: Water Demand Analysis
 
Yansen Hendra (Fall 2010) Hydraulic Transients at Service Lines
 
Khanh Huynh (Fall 2010) Gaseous Cavitation at Service Lines
 
Charles Luk (Spring 2010) Hydraulic Transients at T-Junctions
 
Thanhphong Doan (Fall 2009) Hydraulic Transients Analysis at Water Mains