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NISTOR, Ioan »


Full Professor
Full professor
Faculty of Engineering
Civil Engineering

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6147)
Cell: 613-298-8197
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Fluid Dynamics, Hydrodynamics and Sediment Transport, Numerical Methods in Hydraulics, Design of Ports and Coastal Protection Works, Coastal Zone Management, Hydrotechnical Constructions (dams, dikes, spillways, derivation works, pumping stations), Dam Safety Analysis, Flooding Prevention and Control, Hydrologic Studies, Tsunamis and storm surges

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RENNIE, Colin »


Director, Civil Engineering Hydraulics Laboratory
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Faculty of Engineering
Civil Engineering

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6124)
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Professor Rennie is a river engineer, with expertise in fluvial and environmental hydraulics. His research focuses on flow-sediment interactions and river morphodynamics. This research can be applied to a range of issues, including river channel stability, flood control, hydroelectric development, channel design and river corridor restoration, bridge crossings, aquatic habitat, and river water quality.

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VEIZER, Jan »


Distinguished University Professor
Full professor
Faculty of Science
Earth Sciences

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6461)
Home: 613-741-9801
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Earth, life, oceans, atmosphere, resources and environment evolved on a geological time scale. Lessons this knowledge has for present environment issues.

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