Truong-Huy Nguyen, Ph.D. Candidate
Research Topic: Statistical modelling of rainfall processes in the context of climate change
Mr. Huy Nguyen is currently a PhD student in the department of Civil Engineering and Applied Mechanics, McGill University, where he is working with Prof. Van Nguyen on topics related to modelling extreme rainfalls and studying its impacts to urban areas in the context of climate change. Huy Nguyen earned his MSc degree from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta with the research topic focusing on modelling and analysis of short rotation coppice systems. Previously, he worked for the Department of Water Resources Engineering at the University of Danang, Vietnam, for 3 years on topics related to hydrologic and hydraulic modelling, and water resources management. Mr. Nguyen’s work has led to several publications in water resources, fluid mechanics journals, and conference papers.