Kevin Lansey

Professor, Civil Engineering-Engineering Mechanics
Joint Professor, Hydrology and Atmospheric Sciences
Kevin Lansey

Civil Engineering 214-A

Expertise: Water resources with emphasis on water distribution and systems analysis; conjunctive water supply and reuse; coupled natural and human system, ecohydrology and decision making in the Sonora and San Pedro watersheds; recycled water in storage and distribution systems.

Lansey is currently Professor of Civil and Architectural Engineering and Mechanics and former Department Head, Civil and Architectural Engineering and Mechanics. He has most recently authored or co-authored journal articles and proceedings on the following topics. Full details may be found on his CAEM website or UA Profile pages. A sampling from 2022-2020 include:

  • Experiential Learning for Training Future Science Policy and Diplomacy Experts. Journal of Science Policy and Governance [ doi: ]
  • Response Surfaces for Water Distribution System Pipe Roughness Calibration. ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management [ doi:10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0001518 ]
  • Comparison of Imputation Methods for End-User Demands in Water Distribution Systems. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management [ doi:10.1061/(ASCE)WR.1943-5452.0001477 ]
  • Modular interdependency analysis for water distribution systems. Water Research [ doi:10.1016/j.watres.2021.117320 ]
  • A multidimensional assessment of urban resilience from green infrastructure systems. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability
  • Multiphase DMA Design Methodology Based on Graph Theory and Many-Objective Optimization.
  • Net Zero Urban Water from Concept to Applications: Integrating Natural, Built, and Social Systems for Responsive and Adaptive Solutions. ACS ES&T Water