PhD Candidate, Yale University
Noel Aloysius is a second year doctoral student at FES. He has a BS in Civil Engineering from the University of Peradeniya and a MS in Earth System Science and Policy from the University of North Dakota.
Prior to joining FES he held positions as an Instructor in Civil Engineering at University of Peradeniya, Design Engineer and Project Manager at an engineering consulting company in Sri Lanka, Water Resources Engineer at the International Water Management Institute, a not-for-profit international research organization headquartered in Sri Lanka, and Drought Assessment Project Manager at the Upper Midwest Aerospace Consortium in Grand Forks, North Dakota. His advisor is Professor James Saiers.
At FES his research focuses on the role of climate and land use change in the vulnerability and resilience of water resources in semi-arid and tropical river basins.