Civil & Environmental Engineering
Carnegie Mellon University
Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890
Office: 123G Porter Hall
Jeanne VanBriesen, P.E.
Professor, Civil and Environmental Engineering
Areas of Interest:
Intermediates in biodegration of anthropogenic compounds (chelates and PCBs), modeling thermodynamics of bacterial growth systems, pathogen detection and control in drinking water and medical applications
Ph.D. 1998, Northwestern University
- Isovitsch, S.L. and VanBriesen, J.M. (2009) "Booster disinfection for response to contamination in a drinking water distribution system." ASCE Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 135(6): 502-511.
- Helbling, D.E. and VanBriesen, J.M. (2009) "Modeling residual chlorine response to a microbial contamination event in drinking water distribution systems," ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 135 (10): 918-927.
- Isovitsch, S.L. and VanBriesen, J.M. (2009) "Evaluating temporal bias in bacterial indicator samples for an urban watershed," ASCE Journal of Environmental Engineering 135(12): 1294-1303.
- Francis, R.A., Small, M.J., VanBriesen, J.M. (2009) "Multivariate distributions of disinfection byproducts in chlorinated drinking water, Water Research. 43(14): 3453-3468.
- Xu, J., Small, M., Fischbeck, P.S., and VanBriesen, J.M. (2010) "Integrating location models with Bayesian Analysis to inform decision making in deploying sensors in water distribution networks," ASCE Journal of Water Resource Planning and Management 136:2: 209-216.
- Schoen, M., Small, M.J., and VanBriesen, J.M. (2010) "Bayesian Model for Flow-Class Dependent Distributions of Fecal-Indicator Bacterial Concentration in Surface Waters," Water Research. 44(2): 1006-1016.
- Francis, R.A., VanBriesen, J.M., Small, M.J. (2010) "Bayesian statistical modeling of disinfection byproduct (DBP) bromine incorporation in the Information Collection Rule (ICR) database," Environmental Science and Technology, 44(4): 1232-1239.