Miguel Acevedo | Institute of Applied Science

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Miguel Acevedo

Professor-Department of Electrical Engineering
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Discovery Park Office B260
Doctor of Philosophy Biophysics, “Tropical forests dynamics: a modeling approach” University of California, Berkeley 1980
Master of Engineering Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, “On a Markovian model of forest succession: its application to tropical forests” University of California, Berkeley 1978
Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering University of Texas, Austin 1971

Research Interests:
Sensors and real-time environmental monitoring
Environmental and biological modeling
Hydroelectric energy
Biocomplexity, coupled natural-human systems, agent-based models
Sustainable urban systems, complex models of land use change
Global climate change and variability
Landscape and forest ecology
Hydrology and hydrodynamics, watersheds and reservoirs

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