Bryan W. Karney

University of Toronto, Canada

Bryan W. Karney holds the Ph.D. and P.Eng. degrees. He has been working as a Professor of civil engineering at the University of Toronto since 1987, and is currently the Chair of the Division of Environmental Engineering and Energy Systems. He has spoken and written widely on subjects related to water, energy, environment, hydrology, climate change, engineering education, and ethics. He was an Associate Editor for the Journal of Hydraulic Engineering for the ASCE between 1993–2005. Professor Karney was selected as a “Professor of the Year” in civil engineering in 2000 and 2003, and won the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Teaching Award in 2001–2002. He was one of the top 10 finalists in TVO’s “Best Lecturer” Competition in 2007. Bryan published three books, including Comprehensive Water Distribution Systems Analysis Handbook for Engineers and Planners (2nd Edition, MWH Press) as well as more than 150 papers and scientific contributions on topics ranging within water hammer, energy system performance, life cycle analysis, hydrology, flows of frazil ice, and engineering education.

Biography Updated on 3 August 2008

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