River basins, water resources
2016-17: Ayeyarwady Integrated River Basin Management Project, Component 1: Water
Resources Management, institutional review and options assessment study.
2015: Preparing the
Uplands Irrigation and Water Resources Management Sector Project, Cambodia.
2014-17: Assam Integrated Flood & Riverbank Erosion Risk Management Investment Programme,
Institutional Strengthening Component.
2012-14: Climate Adaptation and Resilience Planning,
Cambodia. 2012-13: Pilot Program for Climate Resilience (PPCR), Cambodia, Phase 1, Components 1 & 2:
Mainstreaming climate resilience into development
planning at the national and sub-national levels. 2008-14: Managing water in Asia's river basins
(ADB RETA 6470). 2007: Cambodia: IWRM-based river basin studies in Kratie
and Kampot provinces. 2006: Study of
water availability and livelihoods in the Boribo and Dauntri
rivers in the Tonle Sap basin, Cambodia. 2000-06: Mekong Basin Development Plan (Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam). 2002-05: National Capacity
Development Project, Cambodia. 2002-03: Flood Management
and Mitigation Programme for the Lower Mekong Basin, support during
programme formulation and implementation planning. 2002: IWRM pilot studies in Cambodia, Laos and Viet Nam.
2000: Kok River Basin,
Thailand. Multi-disciplinary natural resources and environmental management study. 1999:
Mekong Basin Development Plan (Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam), detailed planning phase.
1992-96: River Survey Project (FAP24), Bangladesh. This was one of
the largest components of the national Flood Action Plan, which had a total
budget of around 150 mio. USD. The project comprised hydrological and
morphological mapping and analysis of the main rivers of Bangladesh. 1992:
Kelani Ganga River, Sri Lanka. Water quality study of saline intrusion
from the sea, threatening the water supply of Colombo. 1983: Marina Bay,
Singapore. Hydraulic and environmental impact study for a reclamation scheme
re-shaping the mouth of Singapore River. 1982-83: Thailand, rehabilitation of provincial
Coastal, estuarine & marine environment
2014-15: Integrated coastal zone management (ICZM) planning for Gulf of Kachchh,
Gujarat, India. 2013-15: Vulnerability Assessment and Adaptation Programme for Climate Change
within the Coastal Zone of Cambodia. 2001: Sri Lanka, Coastal
Resources Management Project, Component B, Institutional Strengthening.
1998: Bahrain, cooling water recirculation study and marine environmental screening.
1995-98: Meghna Estuary Study (FAP5B), Bangladesh.
Hydraulic engineering services in connection with a master plan study for the low lands of the mouth of the
Meghna, where Ganges and Brahmaputra discharge into the Bay of Bengal. 1992-93:
Masinloc Power Plant, The Philippines. Environmental feasibility and impact
study with associated technology transfer to the host organisation.
1992: Kakinada, Andra Pradesh, India, coastal hydraulic study
for a planned harbour. 1991: Barranco de Tirajana and Granadilla power plants, Gran Canaria and
Tenerife, Spain. Site selection study. 1990: Venice Lagoon, Italy,
environmental and morphological feasibility and impact study for the planned
flood protection of the town of Venice. 1989-91:
The Maldives, Male waste disposal study, marine investigations. 1988-89:
Taichung Thermal Power Plant, Taiwan ROC. Cooling water disposal study,
including recirculation, environmental impact, and hydraulic optimisation of
a 380 m³/s sea water cooling system. 1987-88: East Coast Siltation Study,
Singapore. Study of silt transport and harbour siltation.
1987-88: Keelung and Tamsui, Taiwan ROC, consultancy on environmental
aspects in connection with planning of two large harbours on the north coast
of Taiwan. 1985-86: North East Coast Reclamation Project, Singapore. Hydraulic
and environmental impact study for a large reclamation scheme in Johor
Strait. 1985-86: Ad Dur, Bahrain. Hydraulic and environmental design and impact study for a 10 mio.
gallons/day reverse osmosis desalination plant, at that time the World's
largest plant of its kind. 1985: East Coast Reclamation Project,
Singapore. Hydraulic and environmental impact study for a reclamation
scheme. 1984: The North Sea, operational oil spill forecast modelling.
Development of a deterministic oil spill model for the emergency
preparedness of the operators, with modules for prediction of wind, current,
drift and weathering. 1982: Pontevedra, Spain, estuarine dye tracing as
a part of an environmental study. Consultant: 1982: Puerto de Carboneras
Power Plant, Spain, environmental
and sedimentological study for a power plant and a coal import harbour.
1981-82: Marmorilik, West Greenland, field survey for a research
project of estuarine circulation. 1981: Mecca-Taif Power and
Desalination Plant, Saudi Arabia, hydraulic investigations for a planned
power and desalination plant on the Red Sea coast. 1981: Yanbu, Saudi
Arabia. Field surveys for a large industrial development scheme on the Red
Sea coast. 1979:
Narssaq, Southwest Greenland. Environmental hydraulic baseline study for a
planned uranium mine at Kvanefjeld. 1978-79:
Marmorilik, West Greenland. Environmental hydraulic studies of tailings
disposal from the Black Angel lead and zinc mine.
1991: Jubail Power and Desalination
Plant, Saudi Arabia, design modification of the 290 m³/s sea water intake of
the Worlds largest desalination plant, in order to provide protection
against oil pollution. 1991-92: Koggala,
Sri Lanka, study of a planned ocean outfall for industrial wastewater. 1991-92: Costa de la Luz, Spain.
Environmental feasibility and hydraulic design of 6 ocean outfalls on the
Atlantic coast of Spain. 1990-91: Hsin-Ta power plant, Taiwan ROC. Planning and
hydraulic design of the cooling water system for a 4200 MW power plant
observing strict national environmental standards.
2008: DHI-NTU Water & Environment Research
Centre and Education Hub, Singapore. 2007: Cambodia: Resource-based livelihood opportunities in
commune development planning. Consultant: DHI, funded by Danida. 2006-07:
China, formulation of a capacity-building sub-component of the planned
2nd Shandong Environment Project, formulation of a capacity-building conponet. 2005-06: Water
Resources University, Hanoi, support to development of a new MSc course in water resources
economics. 2003: Consultant for the 2nd
Annual Flood Forum of Mekong River Commission. 2001: Asian Institute of Technology (AIT), Thailand,
visiting research engineer, integrated water resources management (IWRM). 1995-2000: Surface Water
Modelling Centre, Bangladesh. Short-term consultancies, funded by Danida.
1999: Coastal Zone Management, Cambodia, appraisal of a combined
technical assistance and social development project. 1998: Flood Forecasting
& Warning Centre (FAP10), Bangladesh. 1997: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Uganda. Consultant for
seminars on environmental policy and management, organised by the national
environmental agency and the World Bank. 1996-97: Kazakstan.
Consultant for a seminar on environmental policy and management, organised
by Ministry of Ecology and Bioresources and the World Bank. 1993-95:
India, Bangladesh, Thailand, Sri Lanka, and The Philippines, research
project (PhD study) on international technology dissipation, supervised by
dr. phil. Erik Baark, sponsored by the Danish Development Research Board
(Rådet for Ulandsforskning), Danida. 1994: The Caspian Sea,
identification mission for an environmental conference.
1991-94: Lanka Hydraulic Institute, Sri Lanka, technological
upgrading (Phase 3), comprising implementation of a suite of numerical
models, and associated training in Sri Lanka and Denmark.
Since July 2003:
Self-employed. 1977-2003: DHI Water & Environment (formerly Danish
Hydraulic Institute). 1994-95: Ecological Modelling Centre (EMC), a
joint department of DHI and VKI. 1994: Visiting Fellow, School of
Management, Asian Institute of Technology (Thailand)
1995: PhD, Institute of
Technology and Social Sciences, Technical University of Denmark, specialised
in technological development in the Third World. 1986: Business
Economist (HD), Copenhagen Business School (Handelshøjskolen i København),
specialised in international economy and management. 1978: Business
Economist (HD), Copenhagen Business School (Handelshøjskolen i København),
specialised in organisation and public administration. 1974: Civil
engineer (MSc), Technical University of Denmark, specialised in
Ir. Isnugroho and Tue Kell Nielsen (2014):
Functional frameworks for river basin governance. Research Centre for Water
Resources, Indonesia, in collaboration with Centre for River Basin Organizations and Management,
Solo, Central Java, and Network of Asian River Basin Organizations (NARBO) (ISBN 978-602-7530-20-1)
Tue Kell Nielsen (1998): Technological upgrading of service institutions, lessons from Asia.
IT Publications, London (ISBN 1 85339 435 1)
Tue Kell Nielsen (1992): Bedre rådgivning (in Danish, textbook about consultancy,
discussing the client/consultant relation, and the appropriate role of the
specialist in the decision process). Teknisk Forlag, København (ISBN 87 571 1393 9)
Examples of papers, for downloading