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Carly Delavau, E.I.T.

Ph.D. Candidate, University of Manitoba

Water Resources, Civil Engineering

Specialization:  Isotope Hydrology

Research & Interests:

Carly Delavau is a PhD. Candidate with the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Manitoba.   Her research currently focuses on creating spatially distributed isotopes in precipitation signatures across Canada.  Once created, these signatures will be the driving input for the isoWATFLOOD hydrological model.  Eventually, Carly’s research will include calibration and validation of isoWATFLOOD in the Mackenzie and Nelson River Basins, whereby she hopes to reduce model uncertainty and equifinality and in turn improve upon previous calibration results.  Ms. Delavau is a member of the CWRA, CGU and CSCE.  She was the Team Leader for the CWRA SYP Manitoba Chapter for 2009 and 2010, at which time she had the opportunity to organize numerous speaker series and networking events for students and professionals working within the Water Resources field. Presently, Carly is a Board Member of the CWRA Manitoba Branch, and continues her involvement with the SYP in addition to other various committees.

Carly extensively enjoys travelling and hopes to venture to parts of South America and back to Asia within the next few years.  She is an avid music lover, and attends many concerts both in Winnipeg and in other cities she visits.  When she has free time, she enjoys reading books, seeing movies, being outdoors and spending time with her family, friends and her dog, Logan.

Education

2011 - Present    Ph.D. Candidate, University of Manitoba, Civil Engineering

2009 - 2010        M.Sc. Candidate, University of Manitoba, Civil Engineering

2004 - 2009        B.Sc. University of Manitoba, Civil Engineering

 


Awards

2011               Canadian Water Resources Association Student Presentation Award: Bronze

2011               NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Postgraduate Scholarship (PGS D)

2010               Canadian Water Resources Association Ken Thompson Scholarship

2010               Hoskin Scientific Award: 2010 CWRA National Conference Best Poster

2010               NSERC Alexander Graham Bell Canada Graduate Scholarship (CGS M)

2009               American Geophysical Union: Outstanding Student Paper Award

2009               Manitoba Graduate Scholarship

2009               Student/Teacher Recognition Award

2009               NSERC Undergraduate Research Grant

2007               NSERC Undergraduate Research Grant

2004-2011     Dean’s Honour Roll

2003               University of Manitoba Entrance Scholarship

 


Affiliations

2011 - Present    American Geophysical Union, Member

2010 - Present    Association for Professional Engineers & Geoscientists of Manitoba, Engineer-In-Training

2009 - Present    Canadian Geophysical Union, Member

2009 - Present    Canadian Water Resources Association, Manitoba Branch Board Member

2007 - Present    Canadian Society of Civil Engineers, Member