Mr Jamie Ruprecht
Research Associate

Mr Jamie Ruprecht

Engineering
Civil and Environmental Engineering

Jamie Ruprecht is a Project Engineer at the Water Research Laboratory in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Jamie has a BE in Civil Engineering and a MEngSci specialising in Water Resources. Jamie has been with WRL since 2010 and has managed and undertaken several large projects during this time.

His primary fields of interest are related to estuarine hydrodynamics and water quality including restoration of estuarine environments, acid sulfate soils, coastal wetlands, boat wake waves, outfall hydraulics and field testing, and related physical and numerical models.

While Jamie’s work is particularly focused on estuarine environments, his practical experience crosses all water related environments including reservoirs, wetlands, groundwater and coastal settings.

Awards

D.N. Foster Award – 2009

National Trust of Australia’s Heritage Award – 2013

Engineers Australia's Engineering Excellence Award (NSW) - 2014

Phone
(+61 2) 8071 9854
Location
UNSW Water Research Laboratory Manly Vale Campus
  • Journal articles | 2021
    Ruprecht JE; Birrer SC; Dafforn KA; Mitrovic SM; Crane SL; Johnston EL; Wemheuer F; Navarro A; Harrison AJ; Turner IL; Glamore WC, 2021, 'Wastewater effluents cause microbial community shifts and change trophic status', Water Research, vol. 200, pp. 117206, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.watres.2021.117206