Jay Lund

Jay Lund

Position Title
Professor

3109 Ghausi
Bio

Dr. Lund has research and teaching interests in the application of systems analysis, economic, and management methods to infrastructure and public works problems. His recent work is primarily in water resources and environmental system engineering, but with substantial work in solid and hazardous waste management, dredging and coastal zone management, and some dabbling in urban, regional, and transportation planning. While most of this work involves the application of economics, optimization, and simulation modeling, his interests also include more qualitative policy, planning, and management studies. 

Awards & Honors

  • 2018 Elected Member of National Academy of Engineering
  • 2016 Distinguished Member, American Society of Civil Engineers
  • 2014 Warren A. Hall Medal, Universities Council on Water Resources
  • 2013 Distinguished Scholarly Public Service Award, UC Davis
  • 2013 Groundwater Resources Association of California, David Todd Lecture
  • 2013 Best Policy-oriented Paper Award, J of Water Resources Planning and Management, 2013
  • ASCE-EWRI Fellow
  • 2013 California Trout, Golden Trout Award
  • 2011 Julian Hinds Award, American Society of Civil Engineers/EWRI
  • 2010 Editor’s Choice Award, Water Resources Research, 2010
  • 2008 Hugo B. Fischer Award, California Water and Environmental Modeling Forum
  • 2007 ASCE/EWRI Planning and Management Council Service to the Profession Award
  • 2006 William R. Boggess Best Paper Award, J. American Water Resources Association
  • 2006 Outstanding service award for California Water & Environmental Model Forum
  • 2005 George E. Brown Award for Best Collaborative Proposal, UCMEXUS
  • 2004 Journal of Environmental Engineering Editor’s Award for Service
  • 2002 International Water Academy, Member, #143.

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