20150831, Jasmeet Lamba, College of Agriculture, Biosystems Engineering

Jasmeet Lamba

Assistant Professor

Biosystems Engineering

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Education

2014 Ph.D., Biological Systems Engineering – University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI
2009 M.S., Civil Engineering – Auburn University, Auburn, AL
2007 B.S., Agricultural Engineering, Punjab Agricultural University (India)

Professional Experience

Aug. 2015-Present Assistant Professor, Biosystems Engineering Department, Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Aug. 2014-July 2015 Post-doctoral Scholar, Department of Ecosystem Science and Management, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Honors and Awards

-ASABE Superior Paper Award, 2013: Paper Information: Lamba, J., T. Way, P. Srivastava, S. Sen, C.W. Wood, and K. Yoo. 2012. Surface Transport of Nutrients From Surface-Broadcast and Subsurface-Banded Broiler Litter. Transactions of the ASABE. 55(3): 995-1002.
-Gamma Sigma Delta, The Honor Society of Agriculture
-Alpha Epsilon, Agricultural Engineering Honor Society

Professional Affiliations

American Water Resources Association (AWRA)
American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE)
American Geophysical Union (AGU)

research activities

Jasmeet Lamba’s research centers on addressing issues related to environmental and agricultural sustainability using field and laboratory based experiments and watershed-level modeling. Within this broad framework, he conducts research in the area of sediment fingerprinting; environmental fate and transport of sediment and phosphorus within a watershed; waste management; in-stream sediment/nutrient dynamics.

Courses Taught

BSEN 5220/6220 GEOSPATIAL TECHNOLOGIES IN BIOSYSTEMS (EVERY FALL)
BSEN 5520/6520 WATERSHED MODELING (EVERY SPRING)
BSEN 3230 NATURAL RESOURCE CONSERVATION ENGINEERING (SPRING 2017)

 Select publications

  1. Lamba, J., A.M. Thompson, K.G. Karthikeyan, J. Panuska, and L. Good. 2016. Effect of best management practice implementation on sediment and phosphorus load reductions at subwatershed and watershed scale using SWAT model. International Journal of Sediment Research. 31(4): 386-394 [Link]
  2. Lamba, J., A.M. Thompson, K.G. Karthikeyan, and Faith A. Fitzpatrick. 2015. Sources of Fine Sediment Stored in Agricultural Lowland Streams, Midwest, USA. Geomorphology. 236(0):44-53. [Link]
  3. Lamba, J., T.R. Way, P. Srivastava, and D. B. Watts. 2015. A method for Subsurface-Banding Poultry Litter in Plots Not Accessible with Conventional Field Equipment. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 31(4): 555-558.
  4. Lamba, J., K.G. Karthikeyan, and A.M. Thompson. 2015. Apportionment of Suspended Sediment Sources in an Agricultural Watershed Using Sediment Fingerprinting. Geoderma. 239–240 (0):25-33. [Link]
  5. Lamba, J., K.G. Karthikeyan, and A.M. Thompson. 2015. Using Radiometric Fingerprinting and Phosphorus to Elucidate Sediment Transport Dynamics in an Agricultural Watershed. Hydrological Processes. 29(12): 2681-2693. [Link]
  6. Lamba, J., P. Srivastava, T.R. Way, S. Sen, C.W. Wood, and K. Yoo. 2013. Nutrient Loss in Leachate and Surface Runoff from Surface-Broadcast and Subsurface-Banded Broiler Litter. Journal of Environmental Quality. 42(5): 1574-1582. [Link]
  7. Huisman, N.L.H., K.G. Karthikeyan, J. Lamba, A.M. Thompson, and G. Peaslee. 2013. Quantification of Seasonal Sediment and Phosphorus Transport Dynamics in an Agricultural Watershed Using Radiometric Fingerprinting Techniques. Journal of Soils and Sediments. 13(10): 1724-1734. [Link]
  8. Lamba, J., T.R. Way, P. Srivastava, S. Sen, C.W. Wood, and K. Yoo. 2012. Surface Transport of Nutrients From Surface-Broadcast and Subsurface-Banded Broiler Litter. Transactions of the ASABE. 55(3): 995-1002.
  9. Way, T.R., J. Lamba, and P. Srivastava. 2011. A method for Installing Zero-Tension Pan and Wick Lysimeters in Soil. Applied Engineering in Agriculture. 27(5): 747-755.

Ph.D. and M.S. research assistantships available for students with interests in the area of hydrologic and water quality modeling and sediment fingerprinting. The positions are available beginning Spring 2018. A strong background/interest in one or more of the following areas is highly desirable: soil and water engineering, ArcGIS, computer programming. For more information about these positions, please contact Dr. Jasmeet Lamba, Assistant Professor, Department of Biosystems Engineering, Auburn University, Auburn, AL (Email: jsl0005@auburn.edu).

Kritika Malhotra, M.S. Student

Palki Arora, M.S. Student

Laljeet Singh Sangha, M.S. Student (Co-advised with Dr. Srivastava)

Hemendra Kumar, Ph.D. student (Co-advised with Dr. Srivastava)