Francisco Olivera

Texas A&M University

Zachry Department of Civil Engineering

 

Francisco Olivera, Ph.D., P.E., F.ASCE
Associate Professor
Water Resources Engineering Graduate Advisor
3136 TAMU - College Station, Texas 77843-3136

Tel.: (979 845 1404 - email: folivera@civil.tamu.edu

 

 

 

"Para qué quieres esperanza si tienes la realidad."
Ignacio (15 años), Julio 2005

"Every man must have a dream and the courage to make it happen."
Robin Colcord, Cheers

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General Information

Resume as of April 9, 2010

Education

Publications

Study Abroad

Spain Study Abroad 2013 - Presentation

Spain Study Abroad - Video

Research

Texas AgGIS: GIS Research Group

GIS Tools

Network Tracing Method (NTM) for developing large-scale coarse-resolution river networks from fine-resolution stream data.

PrePro2002 for pre-processing digital spatial data for HEC-HMS.

Watershed and Stream Delineation Tool (WSDT) for stream and watershed delineation from digital elevation models (DEMs).

Conference Presentations, Conference Posters, and Seminars 

Congreso Nacional de Ingenieria Civil - Arequipa, Peru, 1 - 5 de Octubre 2007

SWAT 2007, Delft, The Netherlands

Hydrologic Model Integration (4.9 Mb). Presented at the Tropical Storm Allison: Two Years Later Conference organized by Rice University, Houston, Texas, May 8, 2003.

Hydrologic Topology (5.4 Mb). Poster presented at the Mississippi River Climate and Hydrology Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 16, 2002.

Applications of GIS to Water Resources Engineering (5.0 Mb). Seminar given at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of Rice University, Houston, Texas, April 4, 2002.

Applications of GIS to Water Resources Engineering (4.5 Mb). Seminar given at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering of the University of Maryland, College park, Maryland, March 11, 2002.

Effect of the Watershed Size on the Shape of its Hydrologic Response (7.0 Mb). Poster presented at the AGU 2001 Fall Meeting, San Francisco, California, December 12, 2002.

Applications of GIS to Water Resources Engineering (4.3 Mb). Seminar given at the Environmental and Water Resources Division of the Department of Civil Engineering of Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, September 12, 2001.

Teaching

Civil Engineering Applications of GIS (CVEN 689/658)
        Fall 2012
        Fall 2011

        Fall 2010
        Fall 2009
        Fall 2008
        Fall 2007
       
Fall 2006

   
     Spring 2005
        Spring 2004
   
     Spring 2003
        Spring 2002

Urban Stormwater Management (CVEN 455 - 500)
        Spring 2012
        Spring 2011
        Spring 2010
        Spring 2008
        Spring 2007
        Fall 2005
       
Fall 2002

Geomatics in Civil Engineering (CVEN 423)
        Spring 2010
        Summer 2009
        Spring 2009

        Spring 2008
        Spring 2007
        Fall 2005
   
     Fall 2004

Hydraulic Engineering (CVEN 458)
        Spring 2006
        Fall 2004
        Fall 2001

Water Resources Engineering (CVEN 339)
        Spring 2012
        Summer 2011
        Summer 2010
        Summer 2009
        Summer 2008
        Spring 2004
        Fall 2003

Links

Former life. My web page before coming to Texas A&M University in 2001, when I worked at the Center for Research in Water Resources of the University of Texas at Austin

Neighborhood. Web pages of other faculty of the Environmental and Water Resources Engineering Division of the Department of Civil Engineering of Texas A&M University.

Water Network. Web pages of faculty from other universities in the fields of geographic information systems and environmental and water resources engineering.

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Updated on 11/12/2015 by Francisco Olivera