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Name : Peter P. Rogers (Adjunct Professor)


Academic Rank: Professor

Qualification : Ph.D

Education Environmental Engineering

Graduate Of: Harvard University



  • B.Engineering (Hons.), 1958, University of Liverpool
  • M.S., 1961, Engineering, Northwestern University
  • Ph.D., 1966, Engineering, Harvard University​
  • B.Engineering (Hons.), 1958, University of  Liverpool
  • The consequences of population on natural resources development.
  • Conflict resolution in international river basins.
  • Improved methods for managing natural resources and the environment, with emphasis on the use of analytic optimizing methods to incorporate both the natural phenomena and the engineering controls.
  • Impacts of global change on water resources, and the development of indices of environmental quality and sustainable development.
  • interaction of land use planning and management.
  • He has carried out extensive field and model studies on population, water and energy resources, and environmental problems in Costa Rica, Pakistan, India, China, the Philippines, Bangladesh and, to a lesser extent, in 25 other countries. Recent work has focused on sustainable development with an emphasis on large cities in Asia.​
Other Experience & Professional Membership
  • 2010: Member, Ganges Strategic Basin Assessment Advisory Group of the World Bank;
  • 2009-present: Member, Policy Advisory Committee of the Swedish International Water Institute (SIWI);
  • 2008-09: Member, Research Advisory Group of the UNESCO Centre for Water Law, Policy and Science, Univ. of Dundee, Scotland;
  • 2008-09: Member, Water Study Advisory Panel of the World Bank;
  • 2006-present: Member, Scientific Program Committee, Swedish International Water Institute;
  • 2006-09: Senior Advisor to the Global Water Partnership;
  • 1999-2009: Member, Board of Editors, Water Policy;
  • 1996-2005: Member, Technical Committee of the Global Water Partnership;
  • 1990: Member, U.S. Team to assess causes and consequences of the Aral Sea crisis;
  • 1989: Member, U.S. Team to Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), Geneva, Switzerland;
  • 1988-94: Member, Team Leader, State Department/USAID study on U.S. Government's response to the 1988 floods in Bangladesh;
  • 1986: Chairman, Panel on the Environmental Consequences of Large Dams, National Research Council;
  • 1981: Chairman, AAAS Panel on Methodology for Assessing Water Resources and Environmental Impacts for Development Projects.
Curriculum Vitae