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QIN Huapeng
 

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     Obtained his Ph.D. from the Department of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University in 2001. Before joining Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School (PKUSZ) in 2002, he had one-year research experience at the Department of Civil & Structural Engineering, Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He was promoted to associate professor at the School of Environment and Urban Studies, PKUSZ in 2005 and served as Associate Dean of the school from 2007-2008. Supported by the Marie Curie Action--International Incoming Fellowships, EU 7th Framework Programme (2008-2010), he is currently also an Experienced Research Fellow at the Centre of Water System, School of Engineering, Computer Science and Mathematics, Exeter University, UK. He teaches the graduate courses “Environmental System Analysis” and “Water Environment Management and Watershed Modeling.” He has obtained over 10 research grants and published 28 research papers in peer-reviewed journals.

     His research areas cover many aspects of environmental resource management and planning, e.g. mathematic modeling for water environment (river, estuary, bay, reservoir / lake and watershed), environmental impact assessment (EIA), non-point source pollution, aquatic environment rehabilitation and integrated catchment management. Recent research interests include: (1) Uran storm runoff pollution; (2) Rainwater harvesting and utilisation (3) Reclaimed wastewater reuse; (4) Water system rehabilitation in catchment; (5) Integrated management and modeling for water system in urban/watershed.

Contact:
School of Environment and Energy, Shenzhen Graduate School of Peking University
Room 414, E Building, Peking University campus, University Town, Lishui Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen 518055, P.R. China
Tel: +86 755 26035291
Email: qinhp@pkusz.edu.cn; h.qin@surrey.ac.uk

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