About me

Andres Rodriguez was born in Cordoba,
Argentina, 1961. He received the Civil Engineering
degree from the National University of Cordoba,
Cordoba, Argentina, 1985 and the Ph.D. degree in
marine sciences from the Politechnical University of
Catalonia (UPC), Barcelona, Spain, 1997.
He began his carrier as a Research Assistant at
Facultad de Cs. Exactas F´ısicas y Naturales (FCEFyN),
Cordoba, Argentina, 1981. Later he was an
Adjunct Professor since 1990. Since 1997, he has
been a Full Professor. He was a Researcher at The
National Scientific and Technical Research Council (CONICET) from 2001
to the present reaching the Independent category in 2007. During 1991–1997,
he was an Associate Professor of Maritime Hydraulics at the Laboratory of
Maritime Engineering (LIM) Engineering, UPC, Barcelona, Spain. He is an
Associate Researcher of NationalWater Institute since 1997. He is currently the
Director of the Hydraulics Laboratory, FCFyN since 1997 . He was the President
of Directory of Superior Institute of Water Resources ISRH of UNC since
its creation in 2002 up to 2007, and the Director of the Sistema Nacional de
RadaresMeteorolgicos (SINARAME) project of meteorological radar coverage
of Argentina since its creation in 2009 up to 2015. His research interests include
fluvial hydraulics, experimental and numerical hydrodynamics, maritime and
environmental engineering, and radar hidro-meteorology. He is the author and
coauthor of more than 60 papers, 9 book chapters, 4 books, and more than 200
conference presentations and one patent. He has directed or codirected 18 Master and 12 Doctoral Thesis. Dr. Rodriguez received the national prize of Arg. National Academy of Engineering in 2000. At present he is Director of Hydraulics Department of UNC.


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