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consultant , Education educator

Julius Musyoka Ndambuki, Kenyan education educator, consultant. Achievements include development of Efficient Optimization Method For Solving Large Groundwater Systems Within A Multi-Objective Framework When The Systems Input Parameters Are Uncertain. Member of Institution of Engineers of Kenya (licentiate), International Association of Hydrological Science (life).

Background

Ndambuki, Julius Musyoka was born on August 4, 1962 in Machakos, Kenya. Son of Jonathan Ndambuki Kiiti and Ruth Ndila Lavu.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Civil Engineering, University Nairobi, Kenya, 1988. Master of Science in Civil Engineering, University Nairobi, Kenya, 1990. Doctor of Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, 2000.

Career

Assistant engineer Ministry of Public Works, Nairobi, Kenya, 1990—1991. Assistant resident engineer National Water Conservation And Pipeline Corporation, Kenya, 1991—1992. Graduate assistant Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya, 1992—1994, tutorial fellow Kenya, 1994—1995, lecturer Kenya, 1995—2001, senior lecturer Kenya, since 2001.

Head of department Department Of Civil And Structural Engineering, Moi University, Eldoret, Kenya, since 2002, senior consultant, Kenya, since 2001. Senior researcher and subgroup coordinator Nile Basin Capacity Building Network For River Engineering, Nairobi, Kenya, since 2003. Regional task force on lake victoria vision East African Community, Arusha, Tanzania, since 2002.

Group member Capacity Building Network (Cap-Net) on Intergrated Resource Management, Delft, Netherlands, since 2004.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of Efficient Optimization Method For Solving Large Groundwater Systems Within A Multi-Objective Framework When The Systems Input Parameters Are Uncertain.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Multi-objective Groundwater Quantity Management: A Stochastic Approach. Contributor articles public to professional journal.

Membership

Member of Institution of Engineers of Kenya (licentiate), International Association of Hydrological Science (life).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Volleyball, hockey, reading, travel, badminton.

Connections

Married Agnes Mutune Itiko, October 31, 1990. Children: Joan Mutheu, Linus Itiko.

father:
Jonathan Ndambuki Kiiti

mother:
Ruth Ndila Lavu

spouse:
Agnes Mutune Itiko

child:
Joan Mutheu Ndambuki

child:
Linus Itiko Ndambuki