Rajah S Augustinraj, P.E.
Rajah Augustinraj, P.E.
Project Engineer
CH2M Hill
225 East Robinson Street
Suite 505

Orlando FL 32801

Tel. 407.423.0030 x267
Fax. 407.839.5901
Email. rajah.augustinraj@ch2m.com


BMElab Graduate Research Associate, 2000-2002


Education


Research Protocols at CASE

  • Bayesian Maximum Entropy Application to Environmental Modeling
  • Spatial/Spatio-Temporal Estimation for Stochastic Process
  • Spatio-Temporal model based Exposure Mapping and Risk Assessment of Heavy Metals at Superfund sites.
  • BME estimation, mapping and spatio-temporal distribution modeling of Lead in Eastern NC and incorporation of soft information.
  • Exploratory data analysis and spatio-temporal modeling of contaminants in Superfund sites

Professional Focus Areas

  • Water/Wastewater treatment techniques and design
  • Water distribution system characterization and improvements
  • Wastewater collection system evaluations and rehabilitation
  • GIS-based hydraulic and water-quality modeling of distribution systems

Professional Trainings/Internships

  • On-site and lab training in ambient air quality assessment with M/s Richardson & Crudass Ltd., India (Summer 1999)
  • On-site bridge construction training with M/s Larsen & Tuobro Ltd., India (Summer 1998)
  • On-site industrial building construction training with M/s Vijayaraja & Co., India (Summer 1997)

Presentations and Posters at CASE

  • Augustinraj R., M. L. Serre, and G. Christakos, "Modeling the spatiotemporal distribution of subsurface heavy metal contamination at the Cherry Point, NC superfund site", Annual Superfund Basic Research Program Symposium, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Friday Center, November 7, 2001
  • Augustinraj R., T. Ferguson, I. Nienhueser, J. K. Park, and J.S. Swanson, "Overview of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons as Environmental Contaminants", Annual Superfund Basic Research Program Symposium, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Friday Center, November 7, 2001