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Xixi Wang

  • Xixi Wang
  • Associate Professor
  • Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • 135 Kaufman Hall
  • Norfolk, VA 23529
  • 757-683-3753
  • x4wang@odu.edu
  • Dr. Wang has solid education background and extensive teaching/research experience in hydrology, hydraulics and water resources. He has extensively published in high-quality journals and presented in national/international conferences. Also, he has been very active in collaborating with peers across the world. Dr. Wang has been serving profession as Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editor and referee since 2001.
  • Education

    Iowa State University, 2001
    Major: Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering
    Degree: Ph. D.
    Tsinghua University, 1993
    Major: Hydrology and Water Resources
    Degree: M.S.
    Tsignhua University, 1989
    Major: Hydrology and Water Resources
    Degree: B.S.
  • Research Interests

    Effects of climate change versus human activity on water resources; evaporation from water-limited soils; hydrology-soil-vegetation interactions in changing climate; stormwater, watershed hydrology, LID, and BMP; groundwater.
  • Licensures and Certifications

    Professional Engineer (PE)
    Date Obtained: 2003-11-01
  • 2014: Top 20 Articles (Wang X, Shang S, Qu Z, Liu T, Melesse AM, Yang W: Simulated wetland conservation-restoration effects on water quantity and quality at watershed scale. J Environ Manage; 2010 Jul;91(7):1511-25 . PMID: 20236754.), in the Domain of Article 20236754, Since its Publication (2010), BioMedLib: Who is Publishing in My Domain (WiPiMD)
  • 2006: Outstanding reviewer for the Transactions of the ASABE, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
  • 2004: Who’s Who in Engineering and Science , Who’s Who
  • 2004: Outstanding reviewer for the Transactions of the ASABE, American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers
  • 2002: Appreciation Award for the excellent presentation to the members of Chinese Delegation to the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Michael Baker, Jr., Inc.
  • 1998: Third award for the Flood Control Decision Support System Mid-upstream of Huaihe River, Chinese National Education Committee
  • 1995: Third award for paper: The Application of NewTon Iteration Method in Water Through Reservoir, Chinese Association of Hydraulic Engineering
  • 1995: First award for the Flood Control Decision Support System of Chaobai River, Beijing Hydraulic Engineering Bureau
  • 1995: Second award for Excellent Teaching, Tsinghua University
  • 1991: Second award for the Flood Control Decision Support System of Anyang River, Anyang Hydraulic Engineering Bureau
  • 1991: Second award for the Study of Large-sophisticated Water Supply System Planning and Optimal Management, Chinese National Science Foundation