Jens Munk

Associate Professor
Office: ENGR 309
Phone: 907-786-7754
Email: jmunk2@uaa.alaska.edu

Education

Ph.D. Geophysics, Ohio State University, 1999
MS Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, 1992
BS Electrical Engineering, Ohio State University, 1990

Career History

2006-Present Associate Professor
2002-2006   Assistant Professor
2001-2002   Term Assistant Professor (Physics)  
1999-2001   Post Doctoral Researcher, Byrd Polar Research Center      

Professional and Departmental Service

2006-present Faculty advisor to the IEEE Student Branch
2006-present Electrical Engineering Equipment Committee
2007-present Graduate Advisory Committee
1996-present Society of Exploration Geophysicists (SEG), Member
1996-present Institute for Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Member
1999 Outstanding PhD. Dissertation
1999 Presidential Fellowship
1990 Caldwell Scholarship (for outstanding EE undergraduate).

Publications

Schnabel W. E., J. Munk, T. Abichou, D. Barnes, W. Lee, and B. Pape., 2007, ``Assessing the performance of a cold region evapotranspiration landfill cover using lysimetry and electrical resistivity”, in press, International Journal of Phytoremediation.

Schnabel W. E., J. Munk, W. Lee, D. Barnes, and T Abichou, 2007, ``Evapotranspiration Covers: A cold region landfill alternative'', The 8th International Symposium on Cold Region Development (ISCORD), Tampere, Finland.

Schnabel W. E., J. Munk, W. Lee, D. Barnes, and T Abichou, 2005, ''Utilizing Electrical Resistivity for the Visualization of Moisture Movement Through a Cold Region Vegetated Landfill'' The 3rd International Phytotechnologies Conference, Atlanta, GA. US EPA

Schnabel W. E., J. Munk, W. Lee, D. Barnes, and T Abichou, 2005, ''Evaluation of an Evapotranspiration Cap as an Alternative for Landfill Closure in the Subarctic'', Alaska Forum on the Environment, Anchorage, Alaska.