Joseph Kasprzyk
Assistant Professor

Department: Civil, Environmental, and Architectural Engineering 

Education: B.S., Pennsylvania State University (2007); M.S., Pennsylvania State University (2009); Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University (2013)
Teaching: CVEN 4333 Engineering Hydrology, CVEN 5423 Water Resources Engineering, CVEN 5393 Water Resource Systems and Management
Research: water resources planning and management, hydrologic modeling, multi-objective decision support, systems analysis, coupled natural-human systems

Office: SEEC C244

Honors and Distinctions:

  • Associate Editor, Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management
  • Early Career Research Excellence Award of the International Environmental Modelling and Software Society (iEMSs), 2016
  • University Council on Water Resources (UCOWR) Ph.D. Dissertation Award in Natural Science and Engineering, 2014.
  • Quentin Martin Best Practice-Oriented Paper, ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, for Fu et al. (2013) “Optimal Design of Water Distribution Systems Using Many-Objective Visual Analytics”
  • Received reviewing awards for Environmental Modelling and Software (2014); Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management (2011, 2014); Water Resources Research (2014)
  • Student Presentation Award, International Environmental Modelling and Software Society Meeting, July 2012
  • US Environmental Protection Agency Science to Achieve Results (STAR) Graduate Fellowship, 2010-2013
  • Member, Chi Epsilon Civil Engineering Honor Society

Recent Publications:
** denotes work done in collaboration with graduate students
* denotes work done in collaboration with undergraduate students