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HE, Zhi-Guo

Date:Thursday,November.17

Zhiguo He
Associate Professor, Department of Ocean Science and Engineering,
Zhejiang University
 
Phone: +86-571 88208912
Fax:   +86-571 88208891
Email: hezhiguo@zju.edu.cn
Address: Dept. of Ocean Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University,
Zijingang Campus,866 Yuhangtang Road, Hangzhou, China, 310058
     
Professional Activities
1.         Associate Member, American Society of Civil Engineering
2.   Member, American Geophysical Union
Education
1.         Ph.D. – University of Mississippi, USA, Engineering Science, 2007
2.         M. S – Zhejiang University, Civil Engineering, 2002,
3.         B. S. – Xian University of Architecture and Technology, Civil Engineering, 1999
Working Experience
1.         2011 - ,   Associate Professor, Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Zhejiang University
2.         2009 - 2010, Assistant Professor, Department of Ocean Science and Engineering, Department of Hydraulic and Ocean Engineering, Zhejiang University
3.         2007 - 2009, Post-Doctoral Research Associate, National Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, University of Mississippi
4.         2003 - 2007, Research Assistant, National Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, University of Mississippi
Awards and Honors
Outstanding Faculty Award of Department, 2009
Research Interests
1.         Storm surge and wave overtopping flow, Nearshore morphology and sediment transport
2.         Contaminant transport in estuaries and coastal zones, Coastal wetland restoration  
3.         Computational hydrodynamics
Current Projects
1.         Modeling of levee breach processes with flow, erosion, and sediment transport, supported by Natural Science Foundation of Zhejiang Provinces, 2010-2012.
2.         Mechanism and modeling of non-point source pollutant transport during rainfall-runoff and upland erosion processes, supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2011-2013.
3.         Simulation of overtopping flow with head cut and sediment transport, support by the Scientific Research Foundation for the Returned Overseas Chinese Scholars, State Education Ministry, 2011-2013.
4.         Transport of pathogens in variably saturated and non-homogenous soils, supported by Research Fund for the Doctoral Program of Higher Education of China, 2010-2012.
5.         Early warning and decision support system for levee-breach disaster under the attack of storm surge, supported by Science and Technology Department of Zhejiang Province, 2009-2012 (as co-principal investigator).
6.         Salt water intrusion and sediment transport in the macrotidal estuary of Qiantang River, supported by Major Science and Technology Program for Water Pollution  Control and Treatment, 2009-2012 (as co-principal investigator).
Recent Publications
1.         He Z. and Wu, W. (2010). “Two-dimensional levee breaching model considering flow and sediment interaction.” Chinese Journal of Hydrodynamics, 25(2): 147-154.
2.         He, Z., Wu, W., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2009). “An integrated 2D surface and 3D subsurface contaminant transport model considering soil erosion and sorption.” Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-ASCE, 135(12), 1028-1040.
3.         Wu, W. and He, Z. (2009). “Effects of vegetation on flow conveyance and sediment transport capacity.” International Journal of Sediment Research, 24(3): 247-259.
4.         He Z., Wu, G.F., Wang, Z.Y, Liu, G.H., Bao, X., and Feng, W. (2010). “Numerical simulation for dam-break flood in hurricane-prone regions.” Journal of Zhejiang University (Engineering Science), 44(7): 1589-1596.
5.         He, Z., Wu, W., and Shields, D.Jr. (2009). “Numerical analysis of effects of large wood structures on channel morphology and fish habitat suitability in a Southern US sandy creek.” Ecohydrology, 2(3): 370-380, DOI: 10.1002/eco.60.
6.         He, Z., Wu, W., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2008). “Coupled finite-volume model for 2D surface and 3D subsurface flows.” Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 13(9): 835-845.
7.         Leu, J.M., Chan, H.C., Jia, Y, He, Z., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2008). “Cutting management of riparian vegetation by using hydrodynamic model simulations.” Advances in Water Resources, 31: 1299-1308.
8.         Cheng, W.P. and He, Z. (2010). Calibration of Nodal Demand in Water Distribution Systems. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 137(1): 31-40.
Conference List
1.         Wu, W., He, Z., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2009). “A depth-averaged 2-D model of non-cohesive dam/levee breach processes.” Proceeding of World Environmental and Water resources Congress 2009: Great Rivers, v 342, p 3341-3350. DOI: 10.1061/41036(342)337.
2.         He, Z., Tayfur, G., and Ran, Q. (2010). “Numerical investigation of the influence of watershed characteristics on pollutant transport in overland flow. ” Abstract of 2010 AGU Fall Meeting (Poster), CA.
3.         Altinakar, M.S., He, Z.G., McCarty, G.W., et al. “AGRO 199-Development of a GIS-based planning and land-use management tool for protecting water quality in Choptank River watershed”, 236th National Meeting of the American-Chemical-Society, AUG 17-21, 2008 Philadelphia, PA. Source: ABSTRACTS OF PAPERS OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, Volume: 236.  
4.         Altinakar, M.S., He, Z., Sadeghi, P.A., McCarty, G., and Hively, D. (2008). “BMP Planning Tool with GIS Capability Based on Coupled Watershed and Channel Network Simulation.” Proceedings of the National Sedimentation Laboratory: 50 Years of Soil and Water Research in a Changing Agricultural Environment, Oxford, MS.
5.         Altinakar, M.S., He, Z., McCarty, G., Sadeghi, P.A., Hively, D., Keppler, J., and Rhoderick, J. (2008). “Development of a GIS based BMP planning and land-use management tool for protecting water quality in Choptank River watershed.” Conference of Agricultural Best Management Practices To Protect Chesapeake Bay Water & Air Quality, Philadelphia, PA.
6.         He, Z., Wu, W., Yuan, Y., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2007). “Simulation of soil erosion and sediment transport using a physically-based integrated surface-subsurface model.” Proceedings of World Environmental & Water Resources Congress, EWRI-2007, Tampa, FL.
7.         He, Z., Wu, W., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2006). “A depth-averaged 2-D analysis of fish habitat suitability impacted by vegetation and sediment.” Proceedings of World Environmental & Water Resources Congress (EWRI-2006), ASCE, Omaha, NE.
8.   Wu, W., Inthasaro, P., He, Z., and Wang, S.S.Y. (2006). “Comparison of 1-D and Depth-Averaged 2-D Fish Habitat Suitability Models”, Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Hydroscience and Engineering (ICHE-2006), Philadelphia, PA

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