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WANG Xueliang
  Special-term Associate Professor
Highest Education  
Subject Categories  
  Engineering Geology
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  No.19 Beitucheng West Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing, 100029, China

Education and Appointments:
  • 2003.092007.06: JiLin University, Engineering Geology, B.S.
  • 2007.092013.01: Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Ph.D.
  • 2011.112012.10: University of Milano-Bicocca (Joint Ph.D.).
  • 2012.122015.01: Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Postdoctor.
  • 2015.01Now : Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Associate Professor

Research Interests:
  1. Rockfall run-out study by physical experiment and stochastic modelling 
  2. Study on uncertainty assessment in rockall analysis  
  3. Geo-hazard susceptibility assessment model and approach 
  4. Geo-hazard risk analysis and management in Heritage conservation area and scenic spot
Public Services:

  1. Fund by China Scholarship Council 
  2. National scholarship for doctoral candidate 
  3. International academic exchanges fund for postdoctoral fellow

Supported Projects:
  1. The study on meso-mechanism of rockfall stochastic feature and its prediction approach (National Science Foundation of China) :2015,1-2017,12. 
  2. Quantitative relationship between the geometrical characteristics of tectonic structure and the distribution of rockfall (China Postdoctoral Science Foundation Funded Project) 2013,6-2015,6. 
  3. Research on major landslide, rockfall disaster aggregate risk assessment approach (National technology support project) 2010,1-2012,12.

  1. Wang, X.L., Frattini, P., Stead, D., Sun, J.J., Liu, H.Y, Valagussa, A., Li, L.H. Dynamic rockfall risk analysis. Engineering Geology (SCI), 2020, 272: 105622.
  2. Liu, H.Y, Wang, X.L.*, Liao, X.H., Sun, J.J and Zhang, S. Rockfall Investigation and Hazard Assessment from Nang County to Jiacha County in Tibet. Applied Sciences (SCI), 2020,10 (1), 247.
  3. Liao X.H., Wang X.L., Li L.H., Liu H.Y., Yang Z.F. Chen Z.G., Engineering Application and Prediction of the Influence Area of the Rockfall Hazards. Mathematical Problems in Engineering (SCI), 2020, (2020):1-14.
  4. A. Braun, S. Cuomo, S. Petrosino, X.L. Wang, L.Q. Zhang. Numerical SPH analysis of debris flow run-out and related river damming scenarios for a local case study in SW China. Landslides (SCI), 2018,15(3):535-550.
  5. R.Q Wang, X.L Wang, H.Y Liu et al. Rockfall hazard identification and assessment of the Langxian-Milin section of the transmission line passage of Central Tibet Grid Interconnection Project. IOP Conf. Series: Earth and Environmental Science. 2018,189,1-8. 
  6. X.L. Wang,L.Q. Zhang,S.J. Wang,S. Lari. Regional landslide susceptibility zoning withconsidering the aggregation of landslide points and the weights of factors. Landslides (SCI), 2014,11(3):399–409. 
  7. X.L.Wang, P. Frattini, G.B. Crosta, L.Q. Zhang, F. Agliardi, S. Lari, Z.F. Yang. Uncertainty assessment in quantitative rockfall risk assessment. Landslides (SCI), 2014,11(4): 711.722. 
  8. X.L.Wang, L.Q. Zhang, J.X. Ding, Q.F. Meng, Javed Iqbal,L.H Li, Z.F Yang. Comparison of rockfall susceptibility assessment at local and regional scale – a case study in the north of Beijing (China). Environmental Earth Sciences (SCI), 2014,72 (11): 4639.4652.   
  9. X.L. Wang, L.Q. Zhang,S.J. Wang, F. Agliarid, P. Frattini, G. B. Crosta,Z.F. Yang. Field investigation and rockfall hazard zonation at the Shijing Mountains Sutra caves cultural heritage (China). Environmental Earth Sciences(SCI).2012,66(7):1897–1908.   
  10. Wang X, Frattini P., Crosta G.B, Agliardi F. The influence of slope profile extraction techniques and DEM resolution on 2D rockfall simulation. Geophysical Research Abstracts Vol. 13, EGU2012.11251, 2012. 
  11. X.L.Wang, L.Q.Zhang, P. Frattini, S. Lari, G.B. Crosta, F. Agliardi, Analysis of rockfall individual Risk at the Feifeng underground caves (Zhejiang Province, China) by using 2D and 3D runout models. 2014. In Engineering Geology for Society and Territory . Volume 8: Preservation of Cultural Heritage, Publisher: Springer, Editors: G. Lollino et al. ISBN: 978.3.319.09407.6. Chapter: 62, 357.360.
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