Michael T McNerney, PhD, PE
Education
Professional Qualifications

“Man’s flight through life is sustained by the power of his knowledge”

 

            

 

Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, United States Air Force Academy, June 7, 1972

Master of Science in Engineering (Architectural), The University of Texas at Austin, May 1978

Doctor of Philosophy (Civil Engineering), The University of Texas at Austin, December 1994

TEACHING

Director Aviation Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin, 1994-2001

Lecturer:  The University of Texas at Austin, Department of Civil Engineering, 1996-2001

  • CE 376 Airport Design
  • CE 391K Airport Design and Operations  (graduate course)
  • CE 391R Pavement Design  (graduate course)

Lecturer:  The University of Texas at Arlington, Department of Civil Engineering, 2008 - Present

            CE 5335 Airport Design  (graduate course)

The University of Texas at Austin, Airport Series of Short Courses

I developed and continue to organize and teach three airport short courses annually at the University of Texas at Austin.  Use the following link for the latest course offerings:

http://lifelong.engr.utexas.edu/civil/transportation.cfm

Airport Pavement, (15 times)

Airport Planning, (10 times)

Airport Engineering and Management, (8 times)

Airport Modeling and Simulation, (1 time) discontinued

Airport GIS, (2 times) Became the AAAE Airport GIS Conference

Airport Noise and Air Quality (1 time)

Airport Noise, (4 times) discontinued

 

Airport Planning, Engineering and Management, Hong Kong, May 2004 and Lisbon June 2006,

Sponsored by the International Federation of Air Line Pilots Associations (see photos below)

Airport Planning, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, October 1997

Airport Planning, University of Pretoria, South Africa, October 1997

Airport Noise, Hong Kong Environmental Protection Department, Hong Kong, 1999

 

  

 

I am an avid Longhorn fan and attend Longhorn football and baseball games

 

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