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Binbin Wang is an assistant professor in civil and environmental engineering. His research concerns fundamental fluid flows and how they impact the natural and engineered environments. His research interests span a broad range of applications in environmental hydraulic, aquatic systems, geophysics, environmental health, etc. These applications include understanding aerosol transport and fate related to infectious diseases, measuring and modeling hydrodynamics in rivers and lakes, predicting pollution dispersion, understanding survival of eggs and larvae of invasive carps and endangered sturgeons, understanding long-distance seed dispersal, assisting vascular disease prediction and treatment. Wang has led or co-led research projects funded by National Science Foundation, U.S. Geological Survey, U.S. Department of Energy, Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative, Microsoft and Shell Exploration & Production Company. He has authored or co-authored 33 journal articles, one book chapter and more than 40 conference abstracts and full papers as of May 2021. He is an associate editor of Coastal Engineering Journal, and a member of Fluid Dynamics Technical Committee in the Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI) of American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).
PhD from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
MS from the University of Science and Technology of China
BS from Anhui Normal University