Fall Education Seminar Series – Erosion and Sediment Transport
October 10 @ 8:30 am$150.00 - $175.00
Engineers, water resource and environmental professionals are invited to attend this full-day, hands-on seminar that offers the fundamentals of erosion and sediment transport. Upon completion of the seminar, you will be able to determine when and how erosion and sedimentation occur and estimate the magnitude of sediment transport. Attendees will also become familiar with applications in such fields as river engineering, stormwater management, roads, culvert design, dam removal, and fisheries. Erosion-related policies and practices in Michigan will also be discussed.
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Dr. Saiedi is a civil engineer with 28 years of engineering and academic experience in Iran, Australia, Malaysia, Canada, and US. His hydrotechnical interests cover a wide range: Free surface flow (hydraulic structures, sediment transport, hydropower dams, river engineering …), coastal structures and processes, surface hydrology, floating offshore structures, hydrodynamics (cavitation, gates …), and dam safety review. He has developed, managed, and reviewed several numerical and physical modeling works. Whether as a private consultant or as an employee of consulting firms, he has over the years allocated a portion of his efforts to business development. He also shares his hydrotechnical experience with professional engineers by development and teaching of several applied short-courses.
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