Table of Contents
- 1 Chapter Advisor: Jungho Kim
- 2 Chapter Advisor: Peter Chang
- 3 Barton Forman
- 4 David Lovell
- 5 Bryan Quinn
- 6 University of Maryland, Energy mentor
- 7 Bill Reilly
- 8 Ed Miller
- 9 John Sankey, P.E.
- 10 Johann Zimmermann
- 11 Ivan Zapata
- 12 Ed Elder
- 13 Thurka Sangamoorthy
- 14 Stephanie Grutzmacher
- 15 Elisabetta Lambertini
- 16 Tiffany Martindale
- 17 Dimitrios Goulias
- 18 Padraic Gray
- 19 Dr. Charles W. Schwartz
- 20 Arnaud Trouvé
Chapter Advisor: Jungho Kim
Mechanical Dept., Thermodynamics, Electronics
Professor Kim traveled to Ghana for Summer 2017 solar project completion and water project assessment trip, and assisted with Peru. He has travelled for Sierra Leone projects.
Chapter Advisor: Peter Chang
Civil Dept., Structures
Professor Chang worked on Ecuador water distribution project, various water distribution, sanitation, and rain-water capture projects for Brazil and Peru, travelled to Nicaragua for Winter 2018 water project assessment trip. Also aided with Ghana projects.
Civil Dept., Environmental
Professor Forman worked on Peru water disinfection and Ethiopia-III marketplace improvement. Founded and led an EWB clean drinking water project in Guatemala. Since joining the faculty at UMD, he has travelled to Ethiopia and Peru to mentor students on market place improvement and clean drinking water projects, respectively. He has travelled on multiple Peru trips.
Civil Dept., Transportation
Lovell has worked on Sierra Leone, Brazil, and Burkina Faso projects and travelled on multiple trips.
University of Maryland, Energy mentor
Jawhar, India (EWB Mentor)
Suma Ahenkro, Ghana (REIC)
Compone, Peru (EWB Mentor)
Cabala Town, Sierra Leone (MDSE Mentor)
Peace and Friendship Garden (MDSE Mentor)
Bill Reilly has worked with the Ghana project and travelled in Summer 2017 to implement their solar project. He has also worked with the Sierra Leone team since 2017 and travelled there in Summer 2018 to work on the solar project at a Freetown secondary school.
Ed traveled with the Ethiopia II-Sustainable Stream Crossing assessment team in January 2011 and for their electrical and potable water project. In January of 2012 he traveled with the Burkina Faso team for the implementation of a slow-sand filtration project at a health clinic. Ed also worked with the Peru Phase II team on their liquid drip chlorination system and was an advisor for 2015 Ghana solar trip. He traveled to Sierra Leone in 2013 for their solar project and in 2016 as well.
John Sankey, P.E.
ReEngineering, LLC. Geotechnical/Structural mentor
Canseco, Ecuador (EWB Mentor)
Bo Baan Mai, Thailand (EWB Mentor)
Compone, Peru (EWB Mentor)
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (EWB Mentor)
Calaba Town, Sierra Leone (MDSE Mentor)
Johann has worked with Peru and Ghana, and travelled in Winter 2018 to Ghana.
Ivan has worked with the Nicaragua team and travelled to El Cacao in Winter 2018 for their water assessment trip.
Ed worked on Ethiopia community center project as a student, and has worked as a professional mentor for Ethiopia, Sierra Leone, and Ghana projects. He was an advisor the 2015 Ghana solar trip.
Dr. Sangamoorthy helped the Nicaragua team with their human survey and travelled in Winter 2018 to El Cacao for the water assessment trip.
Public Health, Anthropology
Stephanie has worked with the Peru project and travelled for their water chlorination project.
Water Resources, Fluids
Elizabeth worked on Peru water disinfection and a liquid drip chlorination system, as well as aided the Local project with fluids.
Tiffany worked as a Project Manager at EWB-USA and in January 2011, traveled with the Ethiopia assessment team to Addis Alem, working with the team throughout the design process of the pedestrian bridge project. In August of 2012, she traveled with the Burkina Faso team to Dissin in August 2012 for the monitoring of their past solar projects. She has also worked and traveled with the Peru team.
Dr. Goulias worked in June 2011 on the implementation of irrigation channel improvements in Peru. This included mentoring students on concrete design and installation best practices.
Padraic worked with the Brazil team throughout the design of the rain catchment and well systems. He was particularly helpful in guiding the design of the control system for both the potable and non-potable water pumps. He traveled with the team in August of 2011 for the implementation trip and in 2014 for the water purification monitoring trip.
Dr. Charles W. Schwartz
Dr. Schwartz began working with the Burkina Faso team in 2010. He first traveled on the Assessment trip for Health Center Water project and worked through the implementation of this project. He has also served as a mentor for the monitoring trips in Burkina Faso.
Professor Trouvé worked on the project in Burkina Faso since 2009.
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