Professor of Civil Engineering
Dept. of Civil Engineering, University of Toronto, 35 St. George St., Toronto, ON, M5S 1A4 Phone: +1 416 978.7776Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Bryan W. Karney graduated from the University of British Columbia in Bio-Resource Engineering in 1980 and completed his Ph.D., also at UBC in 1984. He is currently a professor of Civil Engineering and the Associate Dean of Cross Disciplinary Programs at the University of Toronto. He is also the principal of HydraTek & Associates Inc, a hydraulic transient analysis specialty firm. Dr. Karney is the senior hydraulic transient specialist in the company with almost 30 years of direct experience in providing hydraulic and hydraulic transient consulting services on a wide range of fluid pipe systems, including water, wastewater, oil, gas, and jet fuel. Bryan has spoken and written widely on subjects related to water resource systems, energy issues, hydrology, climate change, engineering education and ethics. He was Associate Editor for the ASCE’s Journal of Hydraulic Engineering from 1993 to 2005. He has written and co-written numerous journal papers and articles, including the book titled “Comprehensive Water Distribution Systems Analysis Handbooks for Engineers and Planners, published by MWH Soft. Bryan has won a number of teaching awards and recognitions including being a finalist in the TVO’s best lecturer competition and received the American Water Works Association’s (AWWA) award for the Best Engineering and Construction Publication Article for 2008. Dr. Karney was awarded the Northrop Frye award for excellence in teaching and research in 2009.
- Design, analysis, operation and optimization of various water resource systems
- Pipe networks and water supply systems, including prediction of physical and chemical characteristics
- Particular emphasis of transient events
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