Alex Spiliotopoulos, PhD

Associate

Dr. Spiliotopoulos has over 15 years of experience in hydrogeology, aquifer remediation design and water resources management. He has developed and applied analytical and numerical models for groundwater flow and contaminant transport, focusing on pump-and-treat system operation, reactive-transport modeling, and optimization applications for least-cost remediation designs. He has extensive experience in assessing water-resources management in support of inter- and intra-state water resource allocation and conflict resolution, assessment of water quantity and quality data, development and application of statistical tools and numerical interpolation techniques for mapping water-level and water-quality data, and the application of advanced parameter estimation techniques for model calibration.
 
During his professional years in Greece, he worked as a hydraulic engineer designing water-supply and stormwater management systems, as part of the infrastructure for the 2004 Olympic Games, and supporting modeling of large-scale water distribution networks, including the updating of the main water distribution network of the city of Athens.

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