Larry Mays, professor of civil engineering in the School of Sustainable Engineering and the Built Environment, will receive the 2014 Julian Hinds Award. The award is given by the Environmental and Water Resources Institute, a specialty institute of the American Society of Civil Engineers. This award recognizes an individual for notable performance, long years of distinguished service or specific actions that advanced engineering in the field of planning, development and management of water resources. Mays was cited, in particular, for an impressive body of research.
The citation will read, “For his research on water resources and hydro systems addressing optimization and risk/reliability analysis for their design, management and operation, and his authoritative text and reference books that have had world-wide impact.”
The award ceremony will be held during the EWRI Congress, June 1-5, 2014, in Portland, Ore.
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