Module Title : Advanced Water Resources Lecturer : Ko Ik Hwan ...

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Module Title

:
Advanced Water Resources

Lecturer

:
K
o Ik

H
wan


Lesson Overview and Description:

The course material deals with

the

fundamental management of water industry, planning and decision
making process, system analysis, models and decision support system, water and environmental law,
watershed and riverine system, river basin planning and coordination in conjunction with the
key
aspects of basin
-
wide IWRM approach.


The course is intended to be useful to students in the water resources and environmental engineering or
science program areas. Students in policy fields such as public administration, planning and natural
resources

management will also benefit from the course.



Objectives:

To prepare
students
for advanced courses in integrated water resources management (IWRM) by
covering basic concepts and to understand the required new paradigm of water resources planning and
ma
nagement in the 21
st

century.



Workload:

This course will be a combination of lectures and seminar style discussions. The final portion of the
course will be student presentations of their class papers.


+

2 cours donnés par des visiteurs Allemands dans
le cadre des échanges ICI :

Advanced numerical analysis

Stream ecosystem


+

le programme Hydroasia (
http://www.hydroasia.org/
)
























Module Title

:
Computation Hydraulics

Lecturer

:
Choi Gyewoon


Lesson Overview and Description:

The course material deals with
:


1.

Methods and theoretical aspects

Includes fluid mechanics, numerical methods, deterministic approaches in hydrology, sensitivity
analysis in modelling, calibration & validation, data mining

techniques, statistics of extreme
events, stochastic approaches in hydrology, grid computing, ubiquitous computing, GIS and
virtual reality.


2.

Software engineering and computing

Includes hydroinformatics systems design, distributed grid computing, ubiquit
ous and pervasive
computing, distributed workflows, services for devices, virtual reality, web
-
based platform,
collaborative environments and decision support systems


3.

Sustainable watershed & river management

Includes hydrological modelling (various appro
aches), hydraulics modelling (1D, 2D, & 3D),
rainfall distribution estimation, hydraulics works design and regulation, dams and reservoirs
design and management, floods, droughts, irrigation, groundwater management, sediment
transport, simulation of extrem
e events, water uses management, economical analysis, policy
making and implementation, decision support systems.


In summary,

this
class

will discuss topics like s
ustainable watershed & river management

(
methods and
theoretical aspects
) as well as computa
tion and s
oftware engineering
.


The course is intended to be useful to students in the water resources

and
understanding of

mathematical and physical concepts

of the flow hydraulics in a system.



Objectives:

To prepare
students
for
develop of
mathematical

and physical concepts

systematically

for
computational hydraulics
. By
learning to

use

programming

methods
to calculate

various water flow
s
,
students
will have a better understanding of the relation between theory and practical concepts. The
students will
also have a better
understanding about water flow

conditions

and
the required
boundary
condition
s

to analyze that.
The
basis
of
water network composition and necessary c
ondition of basis
water network will also be discussed.



Workload:

This course will be

a combination of lectures and computer programming.
There will be a mid
-
term test
as well as a final exam at the end of the semester.


In additional, there will be a term project where teams of 3 will discuss about the Han estuary about a
self
-
chosen top
ic and the methodology to solve the proposed problem.

Each team shall be evaluated
through the presentation at the end of semester.


Module Title

:
Environmental Sanitary Engineering

Lecturer

:
Jeon Jong Tae


Lesson Overview and Description:

The course dea
ls with wastewater treatment theory, which include fundamentals of microbiology,
elements of public health microbiology, process microbiology, biotransformations and toxic impact of
chemicals in wastewater treatment plants, and the health aspects of the di
sposal of wastewater
effluents and sludges on land and in the marine environment. In the process microbiology section, each
biological treatment process is covered from both the process microbiology and public health view
points.


The course is intended to

be useful to students for understanding of wastewater treatment theory and
wastewater treatment plants through field observation.


Objectives:

To prepare
students
for advanced courses in wastewater treatment and environmental biotechnology
by covering bas
ic concepts
as well as
to

have a better

understand
ing of

the required new paradigm of
environment in the 21st century.


Workload:

-

Class Paper

: 50%

-

Homework

: 30%

-

Class Participation

: 20%