Prof. Charles Ng

President of the ISSMGE

Category: Debris flows (page 1 of 2)

Visit from Prof. Aronne Armanini

From left to right: Prof. Clarence Choi, Prof. Charles Ng, George Goodwin and Prof. Aronne Armanini

Prof. Ng’s research group was very fortunate to have the company of Prof. Aronne Armanini of the University of Trento (in Italy) for several days in August. Prof. Armanini gave a fascinating seminar, covering topics such as how different types of geophysical flows may be quantifiably differentiated using rheological properties, as well as the governing equations that must be used to describe mixtures of grains and viscous fluids. He also discussed some of the mitigation measures for geophysical flows that are installed in Europe, covering how their effectiveness can be quantified and showing examples of undesirable designs. Continue reading

Ringo Yu Prize for Best PhD Thesis in Geotechnical Studies: Dr Song Dongri

Dr SONG Dongri was delighted to be awarded the Ringo Yu Prize for Best PhD Thesis in Geotechnical Studies. (You can read more here.)

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New paper: Dry granular flow interaction with dual-barrier systems (Géotechnique)

The Géotechnique paper Dry Granular Flow Interaction with Dual-barrier Systems is now available online. Both small-scale flume tests and the finite-element package LS-DYNA were used to understand multiple mechanisms of interaction between flows and dual-barrier systems.

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Mr Stephen AU-YEUNG

Mr. Stephen Au-Yeung completed his MPhil degree from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology in 2015. The topic of his MPhil thesis is Flume Investigation of Run-up Mechanisms of Granular and Water Surge Flows Impacting a Rigid Barrier.

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Dr Raymond Koo

Dr Raymond Koo developed his research expertise in debris flow hazard and mitigation measures during his PhD studies in HKUST. He is currently a Geotechnical Engineer at the Geotechnical Engineering Office of the Civil Engineering and Development Department in Hong Kong.

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Dr Dongri SONG

Dr Dongri SONG is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chengdu, China. His research focus is on the dynamics of debris flow and its related hazards, including (1) effects of solid-fluid interaction on the debris avalanche (debris flow) dynamics; and (2) mechanisms of debris avalanche (debris flow)-structure interaction.

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Dr Gordon Zhou

Dr Gordon Gongdan Zhou graduated with a bachelor degree at Zhejiang University in Hangzhou in 2005, and then came to HKUST. During his doctoral studies, he pioneered debris flow research within Prof. Ng’s group, finishing his PhD in 2010.

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Dr Yifei CUI

Dr. Yifei Cui is currently a Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST).

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Prof. Ng wins Telford Premium Award

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R. M. Quigley award: honorable mention

On October 2, Profs. Ng and Choi were presented an honourable mention of the RM Quigley Award in Ottawa.

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