Dr. Peter Rogowski
|Building: Davidson Laboratory|
|Department: Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering|
- PhD, Coastal and Ocean Engineering from Stevens Institute of Technology. Thesis: A Technique for Optimizing the Placement of Oceanographic Sensors with Example Case Studies for the New York Harbor Region. 2009
- M.S., Coastal and Ocean Engineering, from Stevens Institute of Technology. Thesis: Measuring Transient Waves in the Hudson River using an Acoustic Doppler. 2005
- Graduated from Penn State University with a degree in Environmental Engineering. 2001
- Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUV)
- Coastal/Ocean Observation Systems
- Ocean Sensors
- Instrument Deployment/Recovery Diving
Previously he was working as an Environmental Engineer at a consulting firm, in 2002 he came to stevens to pursue a Master's and PhD in Coastal and Ocean Engineering.
Currently working as a Research Engineer for Stevens.
Honors & Awards
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
Department of Civil, Environmental and Ocean Engineering
Member of PADI and NAUI diving society
- Peter Rogowski, Rustam Stolkin, and Michael Bruno. (2009). "Optimization of the Spatial Distribution of Oceanographic Sensors in a Highly Variable Estuarine Environment", Submitted to the Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology.
- Michael Bruno, Brian Fullerton, Raju Datla, and Peter Rogowski. (Oct 2002). "Ferry Wake Wash in NY/NJ Harbor", Technical Report SIT-DL-02-9-2812, New Jersey Department of Transportation.
- Peter Rogowski and Rustam Stolkin. (Sep 2007). "A Technique for Optimizing the Placement of Oceanographic Sensors with Example Case Studies for the New York Harbor Region", OCEANS 2007 MTS/IEEE.
- Peter Rogowski and Michael Bruno. (Sep 2006). "Measuring Transient Waves in the Hudson River using an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler", Pan-American Congress on Ocean Engineering.