City Comparisons Postdoctoral Fellow, Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainability Research Network, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
Arizona State University
PO Box 875402
Tempe, AZ 85287-5402
- Senior Sustainability Fellow, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
- City Comparisons Postdoctoral Fellow, Urban Resilience to Extremes Sustainability Research Network, Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability
My research interest is in investigating how scientific developments and societal situations are engaged with one another with a focus on water resources management. Multidirectional global changes such as climate, land use, urbanization and population have brought changes to water scarcity and accessibility. My focus is on how environmental policies along with global change should be made in achieving sustainability of society. My current research is studying urban infrastructure vulnerability and resilience to cliamte change.
Teaching Assistant Experience
- SOS 211 Calculus and Probability, 2015 Fall
- SOS 211 Calculus and Probability, 2016 Spring
- SOS 325 Economics of Sustainability, 2015 Spring
- Spoken Languages:
- Korean (native); Chinese (elementary)
- PhD, Sustainability, Arizona State University, 2018
- MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea University, 2013
- BS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Korea University, 2011
Kim, Y., D. Eisenberg, E. Bondank, M. Chester, G. Mascaro and S. Underwood. 2017. Fail-safe and safe-to-fail adaptation: Decision-making for urban flooding under climate change. Climatic Change 145(3-4):397-412. DOI: 10.1007/s10584-017-2090-1. (link )
Lee, S., Y. Kim and W. K. Chong. 2015. A statistical analysis of effectiveness of energy policy in the United States: Incentives vs. regulations. Procedia Engineering 118:1282-1287. DOI: 10.1016/j.proeng.2015.08.483. (link )
Kim, Y., M. Elimelech, H. Shon and S. Hong. 2014. Combined organic and colloidal fouling in forward osmosis: Fouling reversibility and the role of applied pressure. Journal of Membrane Science 460:206-212. DOI: 10.1016/j.memsci.2014.02.038. (link )
Kim, Y., D. A. Eisenberg, E. Bondank, M. Chester, G. Mascaro and B. S. Underwood. 2017. Safe-to-fail infrastructure adaptation strategies: Decision-making for urban flooding under climate change. Poster presented at the 2nd Annual UREx SRN All Hands Meeting, New York, NY.
Grimm, N., M. Chester, Y. Kim, L. McPhillips and C. Redman. 2017. When is safe-to-fail safe?. Presentation at the Resilience 2017: Resilience Frontiers for Global Sustainability, August 20-23, 2017, Stockholm, Sweden. (link )
Kim, Y. and S. Hong. 2013. Propensity and reversibility of organic-colloid combined foulants in forward osmosis (FO) system: Effects of feed chemistry and pressure. Presentation at the 7th IWA Specialised Membrance Technology Conference and Exhibition, Toronto, Canada.
Kim, Y. and S. Hong. 2012. Fouling propensity and reversibility of organic, colloidal, and combined foulants in forward osmosis (FO) system. Presentation at the European Dealinization Society Conference and Exhibition on Desalination for the Environment, Clean Water and Energy, Barcelona, Spain.
Al Rasabi, O., H. Archer, T. A. Azizi, E. Bondank, R. Caccavale, N. R. Chepyala, D. Eisenberg, M. Elzomor, B. Gorman, Y. Kim, M. Klaas, S. Koride, D. Krantz, C. Langlois, A. Mishra, C. Musili, V. Muvva, C. Nassar, U. Parikh, C. Quintans, R. Santiago, K. Schattnik, K. Shah, A. Shinn, S. Sifferman, A. Slaymaker, P. Soneji, L. Taege, C. Thomas, D. Velez, K. Wang and X. Zhang. 2016. Safe-to-Fail Adaptation Strategies for Phoenix-Area Roadways Under Increasing Precipitation. Arizona State University. ASU - SSEBE - CESEM - 2016 - CPR - 001. (link )