Biography

Prof. Hillel Rubin

Israel Institute of Technology, Israel

Professor Emeritus


Email: hrubin@tx.technion.ac.il


Qualifications

1969 Ph.D., Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion, Israel

1966 M.Sc., Faculty of Civil Engineering, Technion, Israel

1962 B.Sc., Agriculture + Civil Engineering, Technion, Israel


Publications (Selected)

  1. Rubin, H., Rubin, E., and Schüttrumpf, H. (2011). Managing Groundwater Quality Monitoring for Sustainable Supply of Drinking Water. The 7th International Conference on Sustainable Heritage Development: Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability – Sustainability Conference, January 5 – 7, 2011, the University of Waikato, Hamilton, New-Zealand (abstract).
  2. Rubin, H., Rubin, E., and Schüttrumpf, H. (2010). Managing Contaminated Aquifers as Sources of Drinking Water. The 6th International Conference on Sustainable Heritage Development: Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability – Sustainability Conference, January 5 – 7, 2010, the University of Cuenca, Cuenca, Ecuador (abstract).
  3. Rubin, H. (2009). Management of Groundwater Aquifers Subject t Contamination The 5th International Conference on Sustainable Heritage Development: Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability – Sustainability Conference, January 5 – 7, 2009, University of Technology, Mauritius (abstract).
  4. Rubin, H. (2008). On the interaction between sustainable water supply and optimal design of groundwater quality monitoring, The 4rd International Conference on Sustainable Heritage Development: Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability – Sustainability Conference, January 7 – 10, 2008, Chennai (Madras), India (abstract).
  5. Rubin, H. (2006). Sustainable Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) in Semi-Arid Areas, The 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Heritage Development: Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability –Sustainability Conference 2006, Hanoi and Halong Bay, Vietnam (abstract).
  6. Yaniv, S., and Rubin, H. (2006). Development of Improved Remediation Methods for Aquifer Contaminated by NAPL, The 3rd Conference of Israel Water Association (IWA), Beer-Sheba, Israel, May 25, 2006 (abstract).
  7. Yaniv, S, and Rubin, H. (2006). Analyzing the Remediation of Aquifers Contaminated by Entrapped NAPL, The 34th Conference of Israel Society for Ecology and Environmental Quality Sciences, Haifa, IsraelJune 26-27, 2006 (abstract).
  8. Belinsky, M., Rubin, H., Agnon, Y., Shavit, U., Dosoretz, C., Kit, E. (2005). The effect of particulate on reservoir pollution by hydrophobic material (Invited), International Conference of Reservoir Operation & River Management (ICROM'05), September 17-23, 2005, Guangzhou & Three Gorges, China.
  9. Rubin, H., Shoemaker, C.A., and Liu, F-L. (2004). Analysis and Design of Hydraulic Barriers For Pollutant Containment in an Aquifer,” AGU, 2004 Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, 16 – 20 August 2004,Honolulu, Hawaii (abstract).
  10. Shlomi, S., Ostfeld, A., Rubin, H., and Shoemaker, C. (2004). Optimal selection of pumping wells for groundwater contamination monitoring, ASCE Conference EWRI 2004, June 27 – July 1, 2004, Salt Lake City, UT.
  11. Ishai, I, Dalin, J.S., Rubin, H., and Finkelstein, A. (1999). Resistance of steep concrete block pavements to high-velocity water flow, Transportation Research Record, No. 1684, Paper No. 99-0228, 118-127.
  12. Rubin, H., and Buddemeier, R.W. (1998). Application of the top specified boundary layer (TSBL) approximation to initial characterization of an inland aquifer mineralization Part 1. Direct contact between fresh and saltwater, J. of Contaminant Hydrology, vol. 32, 353-376.
  13. Rubin, H., and Buddemeier, R.W. (1998). Application of the top specified boundary layer (TSBL) approximation to initial characterization of an inland aquifer mineralization Part 2. Seepage of saltwater through semi-confining layers, J. of Contaminant Hydrology, vol. 32, 377-402.
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