Doug BruggerOffice: CHCB 344
T.A. for BIOB226
2013 M.S. in Civil & Environmental Engineering (Water Resources Engineering Program) from The University of Wisconsin-Madison
2010 B.A. in Physics from The University of Montana-Missoula
I'm broadly interested in the behavior of Human actors in hydrologic systems. My research focus is on the response of agricultural water users to water stress.
Field of Study
Computational Hydrologic Modelling
Integrated Water Resource Management
2014 Awardee of a Montana Water Center Fellowship
2013-14 Fellowship from the Montana Institute on Ecosystems, part of the National Science Foundation's EPSCoR Track-1 program
2011 Arthur D. Frasier Fellow for the Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at UW-Madison
Programming experience in Python, MATLAB, R, & FORTRAN
Experience running the hydrologic models SWAT, HEC-HMS, & HydroCAD, the analytic groundwater model MODFLOW, and the river hydraulics model HEC-RAS.
Other software experience includes extensive use of ArcGIS, as well as the University of Wisconsin models FEHT (Finite Element Heat Transfer) & WinSTABL (for slope stability analysis)
I had the fantastic opportunity to lecture Introductory Physics for two semesters (Summer-Fall 2010) at the University of Montana.
I've been a non-stop student so far, though I worked on a temporary consulting project with my advisor at UW-Madison, Prof. Kenneth Potter. We advised a manufacturing firm that was invloved in a lawsuit over the return period of a flood that destroyed one of their facilities.
Vice President of UM's Graduate and Professional Student Association
Board Member with the Interdisciplinary Collaborative Network