Environmental and Water Resources
Within the broad field of environmental and water resources engineering, we focus on flow and transport in porous media.
Research topics include:
- Clogging by colloid deposits
- Mixing in groundwater aquifers
- Hydraulics of pervious concrete pavement
- Stormwater treatment with recycled tire crumb rubber
Faculty in this research area also enjoy teaching fluid mechanics, hydrology and groundwater. For further information, visit http://carbon.ucdenver.edu/~dmays/courses.html.
A list of current research papers in environmental and water resources is available on Assistant Professor Davis Mays’ Web site.
David Mays, Assistant Professor
Hydrology and Environmental Engineering
Office: North Classroom 3021 C
- BS in Civil Engineering Systems from the University of Pennsylvania in 1995
- MS in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley in 1999
- PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley in 2005
Within the broad field of environmental and water resources engineering, David’s area of expertise is colloid transport and clogging in porous media, with applications to hydrology, groundwater, contaminant transport and site remediation. He teaches fluid mechanics for undergraduate students and hydrology and groundwater for graduate students.
He also serves as the chair of the Graduate Admissions Committee and as the facility coordinator for the Environmental and Water Resources Laboratory (Technology 102) for the Department of Civil Engineering.
For a list of related courses, visit Assistant Professor Davis Mays’ Web site.