Curiculum Vitae


Civil Engineering
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Texas A&M University
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Assistant Professor, Texas A&M University, (1998-present), Civil and Environmental Engineering


Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University, (1998) Environmental Engineering (specialization in hydrology and water resources engineering).

M.E.S., Yale University, (1993). Major: Hydrology.

B.A., Yale University, (1990)


Hydrology and water resources engineering: environmental fluid mechanics, hydrometeorology, transport in porous media, watershed and statistical hydrology, land-atmosphere interaction, geostatistics and remote sensing.


10) Cahill, A.T., M.B. Parlange, T.J. Jackson, P. O’Neill and D.R. Nielsen, Estimation of evaporation from remotely sensed soil moisture measurements: a state space model, Water Resources Research, submitted, 1998.

9) Cahill, A.T., M.B. Parlange, T. J. Jackson, P. O’Neill and T.J. Schmugge, The differing efficacy of the alpha and beta methods for parameterizing evaporation from non-vegetated surfaces, Journal of Applied Meteorology, submitted, 1998.

8) Cahill, A.T., F. Ungaro, M.B. Parlange and D. Nielsen, Combined spatial and Kalman filter estimation of optimal soil hydraulic properties, Water Resources Research, submitted, 1998.

7) Cahill, A.T., M.B. Parlange, A. Prosperetti and S. Whitaker, Theory for thermally-induced convective transport of water vapor, Water Resource Research, submitted, 1998.

6) Szilagyi, J., M.B. Parlange, G.G. Katul, J.D. Albertson, A.T. Cahill, An objective method for determining principal time scales of coherent eddy structures using orthonormal wavelets, Advances in Water Research, submitted, 1998.

5) Parlange, M.B., A.T. Cahill, D.R. Nielsen, J.W. Hopmans and O. Wendroth, Review of heat and water movement in field soils, Soil & Tillage Research, 47:5-10, 1998.

4) Cahill, A.T. and M.B. Parlange, On water vapor transport in field soils, Water Resources Research, 34:731-739, 1998.

3) Parlange, M.B., J.D. Albertson, W.E. Eichinger, A.T. Cahill and T.J. Jackson, Evaporation: Use of fast response turbulence sensors, raman lidar and passive microwave remote sensing, in: Vadose Zone Hydrology: Cutting Across Disciplines, M.B. Parlange and JW Hopmans (eds.), Oxford University Press, in press.

2) Cahill, A.T., M.B. Parlange and J.D. Albertson, On the Brutsaert temperature roughness length model for sensible heat flux estimation, Water Resources Research, 33:2315-2324, 1997.

1) Szilagyi, J., G.G. Katul, M.B. Parlange, J.D. Albertson, A.T. Cahill, The local effect of intermittency on the inertial subrange energy spectrum of the atmospheric surface layer, Boundary-Layer Meteorology, 79:35-50, 1996.



American Geophysical Union, Hydrology Section; American Society of Civil Engineers; Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Geophysical Section; Soil Science Society of America; American Meteorological Society.


NASA Earth Systems Sciences Fellowship, 1995-1998

USDA Training Fellowship, 1994-1996.

Cum laude distinction, Yale University, 1990.