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Oliver Bartlett Fringer (Associate Professor)

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Personal bio
Oliver Fringer is associate professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford University, where he has been since 2003. He received his BSE from Princeton University in Aerospace Engineering and then received an MS in Aeronatics and Astronautics, followed by a PhD in Civil and Environmental Engineering, both from Stanford University. His research focuses on the application of numerical models and parallel computing to the study of laboratory- and field-scale environmental flows to understand the physics of salt and sediment transport in lakes and estuaries, internal waves and mixing, and turbulence in rivers.

Currently teaching
CEE 162F: Coastal Processes (Autumn)
CEE 262C: Modeling Environmental Flows (Winter)
CEE 262G: Sediment Transport Modeling (Spring)
CEE 269A: Environmental Engineering Seminar (Autumn)
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