Dr Justin Henriques
Position:Infrastructure Systems Analyst
Justin Henriques is an infrastructure systems analyst for the Infrastructure Transitions Research Consortium (ITRC) in the Environmental Change Institute (ECI). His main task focuses on the fast track assessment of national infrastructure in the UK.
Justin holds a PhD and MSc in systems engineering, a masters in Urban and Environmental Planning (MUEP), a BSc in applied science, and a BA in philosophy. He was a U.S. National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellow from 2008-2011, and a fellow in the University of Virginia's Interdisciplinary Water Resources and Contaminant Hydrology Program from 2007-2008. Justin is the cofounding executive director of a nonprofit development organization that has worked in east Africa, Latin America, and the Caribbean on basic needs infrastructure. His areas of specialization include risk and decision modeling and analysis as well as distributed energy and water systems for developing communities.
- Henriques, Justin; Louis, Garrick. 2011. A decision model for selecting sustainable drinking water supply and greywater reuse systems for developing communities with a case study in Cimahi, Indonesia. Journal of Environmental Management 92, 214-222.
- Henriques, Justin. 2010. Sustainability assessment and implementation design of distributed energy micro-generation for lighting in western Kenya. IEEE Conference on Innovative Technologies for an Efficient and Reliable Electricity Supply. 27 - 28 September, 2010. Boston, MA. DOI: 10.1109/CITRES.2010.5619789
- Henriques, Justin; Schnorr, William. 2010. Sustainability assessment and implementation of a biogas digester system in western Kenya. IEEE Green Technology Conference. April 15–16, 2010. Dallas/Fort Worth, TX. DOI: 10.1109/GREEN.2010.5453784
- Barton, Reed; Henriques, Justin. 2010. After the 2010 Haiti Earthquake – Evaluating critical vulnerabilities and key opportunities in the water supply infrastructure of Port-au-Prince, Haiti. NC AWWA-WEA Annual Conference . November 14-17, Winston-Salem, NC.