Jules F. Cacho
Postdoctoral Appointee, Sustainable Bioenergy Project
- Ph.D., Biological and Agricultural Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2013
Current RolePostdoctoral Appointee, Sustainable Bioenergy Project
CapabilitiesHydrologic and water quality modeling at field and watershed scales, environmental impact assessment of bioenergy systems, geospatial modeling and analysis for agricultural and environmental applications, field experimental design for agricultural and forested environments, and undergraduate teaching.
- Postdoctoral Researcher: Contributed to a collaborative and U.S. DOE-funded research aimed at assessing the productivity and environmental impacts of bioenergy feedstock production in plantation forests of southeastern United States (NC State University).
- Graduate Research Assistant: Modeled impacts of land use change on watershed hydrology and water quality using the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (Oklahoma State University).
- Graduate Teaching Assistant: Taught laboratory component of the introduction to hydrologic and water quality modeling course for five fall semesters; nominated for the Outstanding University Graduate Teaching Assistant Award, March 2011 (NC State University).
- Faculty Member, Department of Agricultural Engineering, Mindanao State University, Philippines (1998-2008).
- Author of several peer-reviewed publications.