Faculty Homepage: Cary D. Troy, Ph.D.

 Cary Troy

 Assistant Professor of Civil Engineering

Students


Professor Troy's Research Group

    Graduate students
    • Sultan Ahmed
      Ph.D. student, Hydraulics and Hydrology Group, Civil Engineering
      Project: "Field and numerical investigations of high-frequency thermal features in lakes"

      Background: Sultan graduated in Civil Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati in May 2007. He will be joining Purdue University in Fall 2007 to pursue Ph.D in Hydrology and Hydraulics Engineering. He is interested in research related to Environmental Fluid Mechanics. His favorite pastimes include learning Japanese, playing badminton and volleyball, reading non-fiction and practicing Tae-Kwon-Do.
    • Simrat Karamjeet
      M.S. student, Hydraulics and Hydrology Group, Civil Engineering
      Project: "Numerical simulations and laboratory experiments of towed underwater bodies"

      Background: Simrat was born in Sambalpur, Orissa, and graduated in Civil and Water Management Engineering from Shri Guru Gobind Singhji College of Engineering and Technology Nanded in June 2007. Her research interests are mathematical modeling, and she enjoys sketching with water colors and charcoal, sports, fiction, and music.
    Undergraduate Students
    • Nam Nguyen
      Sophomore, Civil Engineering
      SURF Undergraduate Research Assistant, Summer 2008
      Project: "Laboratory investigations of stratified flows"

    • Divyanshu Kamboj
      Sophomore, Electrical Engineering
      SURF Undergraduate Research Assistant, Summer 2007
      Project: "From Wind to Website: Real-time Environmental Data Acquisition"

      Background: Divyanshu is currently pursuing his Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering (BSEE) at Purdue University, West Lafayette, with an expected graduation date of December 2009. Divyanshu's research interests are wireless communication interface, nanotechnology, micro circuit analysis, and signal processing.
    • Matthew Plumlee
      Freshman, Mechanical Engineering
      SURF Undergraduate Research Assistant, Summer 2007
      Project: "Development of a high-resolution thermistor chain for limnological applications"

      Background: Matt was born in North Carolina, and lived briefly in Manhattan, Kansas before moving to Indiana in 1998. After graduating from West Lafayette High, Matt is now attending Purdue and majoring in mechanical engineering.
    • David Brock
      Sophomore, Mechanical Engineering
      SURF Undergraduate Research Assistant, Summer 2007
      Project: "Development of a 'lowest-cost' thermistor chain using iButton Thermochrons"

      Background: David is from Milwaukee, Wisconsin and loves anything and everything to do with tennis, golf and frisbee. He is currently pursuing a BSME degree from Purdue University and hopes to get a MBA after working and traveling for a few years.
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