Ryan Winston, PhD, PE

Research Assistant Professor
Ohio State University

Dr. Ryan Winston is a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Food, Agricultural, and Biological Engineering at the Ohio State University. For the past decade, his research has focused on hydrologic and water quality improvements provided by Low Impact Development (LID) strategies, with particular interests in bioretention, permeable pavement, and highway runoff management. Recently, much of his work is related to utilizing Low Impact Development in the municipal right-of-way to reduce sanitary sewer overflows. Over the past ten years, Ryan has published 29 peer-reviewed journal articles, instructed several college courses, and taught over 100 workshops related to stormwater management to professionals. These include several international workshops, including one in Singapore and another in Nanjing, China. Ryan is a Professional Engineer in both Ohio and North Carolina. He has much engineering design experience related to LID, and has designed, installed, and monitored (for research purposes) stormwater controls in six U.S. states. He also has experience in construction observation/supervision and maintenance of LID practices.

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