Felix Nyarko

PhD Candidate, School of Engineering

Felix has earned degrees in geological engineering (BSc., KNUST-Ghana, 2015) and groundwater (MSc., Institute for Water Education, IHE-Delft, The Netherlands, 2019). In 2018, he was a research intern on the Phosphorus II project at the Institute of Hydrology, University of Freiburg (Germany). Felix has also worked as a mine geologist and a soil contaminant analyst . He specializes in subsurface characterization using geophysical techniques and groundwater contaminant transport using hydrological tracers. Currently, his research focuses on field-based characterization of contaminant transport in porous aquifers with emphasis on understanding the spatial hydraulic connectivity at discrete depths.