Formal training received: BSc degree in civil engineering, MscEng Hydrologic engineering and took part in more advanced research at higher academic institutions as collaborator and Ph.D. student.
Schools attended: the University of Arbaminch, Ethiopia, the University of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, Central University of Technology, South Africa, the University of Fribourg, Switzerland and the University of Applied Science and Arts Western Switzerland, Lausanne. he studied French language course at, IFAGE, the University of Fribourg and the University of Geneva, Switzerland. Besides, he attended various brief professional training courses that include 6 months Series of Water Management Courses conducted by the Natural Resources Conservation Service of USA (NRCS), 10 days of ArcGIS and GPS integration training conducted by the University of Bern, Switzerland and 3 days of Water Resources Yield Model (WRYM-IMS Model) introductory course conducted by the Department of Water Affairs and Forestry of South Africa.
Practical work experiences: Participated in various engineering assignments and gained experiences in design hydrology, catchment studies, flood routing, building construction, irrigation infrastructures and small-scale earth dam construction as well as other relevant water resources projects. Some of the projects that Mr. Tewolde had participated are shown on this page
Simultaneously, he enriched and enhanced his proficiency in using engineering instruments and software programs. Consequently, he is capable of utilizing surveying instruments such as Total-station and Theodolites. Moreover, able to use engineering software packages such as AutoCAD, ArcGIS, Web ArcGIS, ArcGIS Pro, HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, Bentley Software program (civil-storm, pond pack, Flow master and others), image processing software programs (IDRISI, PCI-Geomatica), and others.
Through years of experiences, he has developed his skills and has the essential proficiency to take part in prominent engineering undertakings that may possibly incorporate hydrologic design, dam and irrigation infrastructure as well as building construction supervisions.
Peer-reviewed articles along with other Publications are presented here
Current Activity (2014-2018):
Analyzing catchment data employing latest hydrological models which include HEC-RAS, HEC-HMS, GIS, GISPpro, Bentley Softwares and other engineering software programs. moreover, he is doing more literature reviews in flood routing, catchment study and design hydrology
Exploring Visual Basic Net 2015 programing language aiming to build software application or procedure to the research he had completed years ago. (Flood routing method in ungauged catchments)
Future objectives :
Long-term ambition and explorations lie in mastering more computer applications to harness water resources proficiently in an effort to alleviate future water shortage crisis.
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