Professor Qiuhua Liang
Leader of HEMLab/Chair in Water Engineering
Prof Liang has research expertise in computational hydraulics. He develops high-performance numerical models to predict different natural hazards, e.g. floods, tsunamis, debris flows and landslides, and assess their impact and risk.
Dr. Syed Kabir
Dr. Kabir is an RA in Risk-based flood forecasting. He is interested in AI and its application in predicting hydrological hazards. He is currently developing rapid flood modelling system using deep learning algorithms.
Dr Xiaodong Ming
Dr Ming’s research focuses on hydrodynamic modelling and multi-hazard risk analysis. He developed a multi-hazard risk assessment framework for compound floods and a real-time flood forecasting system based on a high-performance hydrodynamic model.
Dr Yan Xiong
Dr Yan Xiong is a research fellow in Hohai University (China). Her research is focused on the development of high-resolution models to predict the dynamics of floating debris under extreme hydraulic conditions and assess building damage.
Miss Kaicui Chen
Kaicui’s research focuses on the construction of Digital Twin for urban flooding and applications of Artificial Intelligence in flood modelling.
Ms Yunsong Cui
Yunsong is a PhD student in Hohai University (China). She is interested in developing high-resolution 2D models to simulate flooding and hydraulic structures.
Miss Kristine Thorkildsen Jarsve
Kristine works on landscape evolution modelling in the Bailong River Area in Gansu, China. Her research interests include mass movements in rock, soil, and snow.
Miss Jinghua Jiang
Jinghua’s research interests include modelling the runoff water quality in urban areas, and simulation and assessment of low impact development (LID) practices.
Miss Qian Li
Miss Li’s research focuses on developing a comprehensive modelling system for large-scale urban flood simulations, including flooding into underground spaces and drainage systems.
Mr Haoyang Qin
Haoyang’s research concerns human behaviours during hazardous events. He develops simulation tools to predict individual and organisational behaviours using agent-based modelling (ABM) and AI technologies.
Miss Xiaoli Su
Miss Su’s research mainly focuses on whole-system modelling of rainfall-induced hazard chains, such as flash floods, landslides and debris flows.
Miss Xue Tong
Miss Tong is a PhD candidate at Hohai University (China). She works on the modelling and mechanism analysis of catchment-scale dynamic process of non-point source pollutants.
Dr Ling Jiang
Associate Professor in Chuzhou University, China
Visiting time: May 2018 – May 2020
Dr Jiang has research expertise in geographical information science. He is interested in terrain modelling and digital terrain analysis supported by high-performance computing, and application of GIS and hydrodynamic modelling technologies for urban flood simulation.
Dr Weihua Zhao
Associate Professor in Chengdu University of Technology, China
Visiting time: December 2019 – December 2020
Dr. Zhao has strong research expertise in engineering geology, mainly engaged in research related to the evaluation of high slope stability, the formation mechanism of geological hazards and monitoring and early warning.