Dr. Miller had a great time at Aggieland Saturday this weekend, doing demos of groundwater flow and contaminant transport for prospective students and their parents. And, of course, talking about the environmental engineering program, which is nearing the final stage of its approval!
Miller group and collaborators to present at annual AGU conference
We are pleased to present an exciting roundup of talks and posters at the 2017 Fall Meeting of the American Geophysical Union: Dr. Luiza Aparecido, former Ph.D. student on the Costa Rica project, oral presentation on leaf conductance under wet conditions Ph.D. student Saheli Mujamdar’s poster on optimizing multi-well aquifer storage and recovery Ph.D. student […]
Miller Group’s ASR research featured in College of Engineering news
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Dr. Miller interviewed for Conservation Matters
Read Dr. Miller’s interview in Conservation Matters, the official publication of the Texas Water Resources Institute. It discusses groundwater research needs following Hurricane Harvey.
Miller’s Drainage Reuse Initiative Project Featured on NPR’s Houston Matters
Harris County Comissioner Jack Cagle and Harris County Flood Control District Executive Director Russ Poppe were recently featured on the NPR show Houston Matters, discussing the Drainage Reuse Initiative, for which Dr. Miller is the lead Texas A&M researcher. Listen below:
Sanders defends nano-particle thesis
Congrats to Jon Sanders for successfully defending his MS thesis, Fate and Transport of Polymeric Nanoparticles in Saturated Porous Media.
Gou defends dissertation on plant-groundwater modeling
Congrats to Dr. Si Gou for successfully defending her Ph.D. dissertation, Study of Multi-Scale Plant-Groundwater Interactions, and for starting a faculty position at Sichuan University in Chengdu, China.
Miller, Gou, and Cohen present at AGU
Wrapping up another successful AGU Fall Meeting. Si presented her poster on "Simulating Groundwater-Plant-Atmosphere Interactions in a Semiarid Savanna," REU alumni Leland Cohen presented his titled "Hydrogeologic Processes in a Transitional Tropical Forest," and Dr. Miller presented the results of her and Andrea’s stable isotope work in Costa Rica. Group mascot Graham Miller decided to […]
Paper on modeling groundwater uptake published
A groundwater-soil-plant-atmosphere continuum approach for modeling water stress, uptake, and hydraulic redistribution in phreatophytic vegetation," has been accepted for publication in the journal Ecohydrology.
Gou wins Schlumberger fellowship
Congratulations to first-year Ph.D. student Si Gou for being awarded a full fellowship from the Schlumberger Faculty for the Future program!