Dr. Shuo Wang, Assistant Professor
2015 Ph.D., University of Regina, Canada
2010 M.S., University of Regina, Canada
2008 B.S. (Hons), Monash University, Australia
Boen Zhang, Doctoral Student, 2018 -
Boen Zhang received his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Land Resource Management from Wuhan University in 2015 and 2018, respectively. His research focuses on examining climate-induced extreme events (droughts, floods, etc.). He is particularly interested in exploring compound extreme events.
Yamin Qing, Doctoral Student, 2020 -
Yamin Qing received her Bachelor's degree in Computer Science and Technology from North China Electric Power University in 2016, and then she received her Master's degree in Computer Applications Technology from North China Electric Power University in 2019. She is a skilled programmer and is familiar with advanced computing systems. Her research focuses on climate big data analytics and climate change impact assessments.
Jiewen You, Doctoral Student, HKPFS, 2020 -
Jiewen You obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Surveying and Geo-informatics at Central South University in 2017 and 2020, respectively. He received the Hong Kong PhD Fellowship for pursuing a PhD degree at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Currently, his research focus is on the detection and attribution of hydroclimate extremes and compound events.
Mo Zhou, Doctoral Student, 2021 -
Mo Zhou received her Bachelor’s degree in Geographical Information Science at Huazhong Agricultural University in 2018, and then she received her Master’s degree in Geomatics Engineering at Central South University in 2021. Her current research focuses on exploring hydroclimate extremes.
Sijie Tang, Doctoral Student (Joint with SUSTech), 2021 -
Sijie Tang obtained his Bachelor's and Master's degree in Environmental Engineering at Harbin Institute of Technology in 2018 and 2020. He received the PhD Fellowship under the SUSTech – PolyU Collaborative PhD Program. His research mainly focuses on urban hydrology and hydroinformatics, by means of hybrid physics-based and data-driven modelling.
Huijiao Chen, Research Assistant, 2018 -
Huijiao Chen received her Bachelor's degree in Geology from China University of Geosciences in 2015, and then she received her Master's degree in Cartography and Geographic Information System from Sun Yat-sen University in 2018. Her research focuses on exploring the temporal and spatial evolution of hydrological extremes.
Wong Chun Keung Michael, Student Research Assistant, 2021 -
Michael is currently an undergraduate student from the Department of CEE at the PolyU. He won a scholarship under the Undergraduate Research and Innovation Scheme (URIS) 2021/22. He has been working on a project titled "Development of a machine learning model for the prediction of extreme storm surges in Hong Kong".
Guanyu Gan, Master Student, 2020 -
Guanyu Gan received his Bachelor's degree in Environmental Policy and Management from the University of Adelaide, Australia in 2019, and then started his Master's degree (dissertation) at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University in 2020. He is interested in hydroclimatic prediction and risk assessment.
Bowie Tong, Master Student, 2020 -
Bowie Tong received his Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering and published a poster titled “Coastal Flooding in Hong Kong due to Sea-level Rise” based on his final year project, which won the second runner-up of the Best Poster Award in Student Applied Research Presentations 2020. He is now pursuing his Master's degree (dissertation) at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is studying storm surges in Hong Kong.
Chue Cheuk Ying Cherry (HKIS Outstanding Dissertation Award), Student Research Assistant (2020), now in the Hong Kong Lands Department
Jinxin Zhu, Postdoctoral Fellow (2018-2020), now “One-Hundred Talents” Associate Professor at Sun Yat-sen University
Keegan S. Carvalho, Master Student (2018), now at Lund University, Sweden
Kwok Kam Fung, Calvin, Master Student (2018)
Tam, Hiu Yeung, Master Student (2019)