向平

XIANG Ping, PhD, Professor

单位:School of Civil Engineering

入职时间:2017年09月08日

曾获荣誉:1. Outstanding Academic Performance Award, awarded by City University of Hong Kong.
2. Technical Paper Award to Professional Institutions, Academic and Learned Societies Q1 Financial Year 2015, AECOM Company Limited, Hong Kong.

毕业院校:City University of Hong Kong (Ph. D)

电子邮件:

办公地点:Room 204, Earthquake engineering laboratory

个人简历

PING XIANG

BEng, MEng, PhD (CityU HK), Post-Doc. MHKSME
Adjunct International Research fellow, Northwestern Polytechnical University, China

Professor    

School of Civil Engineering,
Central South University, Changsha, China.
Tel: (00086) 130 6691 (cell phone/preferred); (00852) 6715 8027 (CityU office desk phone)
ORCID: 0000-0002-1636-4111. Mail address: P.O. Box NO. 79105, MongKok Post Office, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

Email: pxiang2-c@my.cityu.edu.hk (CityU email ID);
       pxiang@csu.edu.cn (CSU email)

Previous Research Topics & Personal Information                  
Research Topics
Computational Continuum Mechanics and Mathematics with Mesh-free methods;
Steel reinforced concrete; Earthquake & Structures; Structure Mechanics and Design;
Finite element methods; Multiscale modeling; atomistic-continuum modeling;
Optical fiber technology in Civil & Structural Engineering; Structural Health monitoring;
Biomechanics; Nano mechanics; Solid Mechanics; Numerical methods in engineering.

Language: English, Mandarin and Cantonese speaking.

Education Qualifications                                  
2009/09–2012/09: Doctor of Philosophy,        City University of Hong Kong,     Hong Kong
1999/09–2006/07: Bachelor of Engineering & Master of Engineering in Mech. & Struct., PRC

Professional Experiences                      
2017 to date       
Professor            Job duty: Research, Teaching&Supervise Ms and PhD student
School of Civil Engineering Central South University, China.
2015/12 –2017   
Research Associate            Job duty: Research and Seminars
Department of Arch & Civil Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2016/12 –2019/12   
Adjunct International Research fellow,    Job duty: Research and Seminars
Northwestern Polytechnical University, China.
2015/12 –2016/01   
Visiting scholar                Job duty: Research and Seminars
Zienkiewicz Centre for Computational Engineering.
Swansea University, Wales, United Kingdom
2015/12 –2016/01   
Visiting scholar                Job duty: Research and Seminars
Department of Naval Architecture, Ocean & Marine Engineering.
Strathclyde University, Glasgow, United Kingdom
2012/12–2013/07
Research Project Engineer     Job duty: Structural mechanical analysis and research
AECOM Company Limited, Hong Kong, Rural Committee Road, N. T. Hong Kong
2012/09–2012/11
Postdoctoral Research Fellow    Job duty: Research and teaching assistant
Department of Civil & Arch Engineering, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
2009/09-2012/07
Research & Teaching Assistant    Job duty: Research and teaching assistant
Department of Building and construction, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

The university rankings
City University of Hong Kong is a world’s top 50 university (ranks world 49th in the QS World University Rankings 2016-2017) very excellent in research and teaching.
Central South University is a top 20 university (ranks 17th) in China, especially the Civil Engineering of Central South University ranks 6th in China.
According to 2016-2017 University Ranking by Academic Performance (URAP), the Central South University ranks 191st in the world and 16th in China
                                                   
Selected Publications
(ISI/Scopus Journal)
1.    Deng Z, Hu Q, Zeng J, Xiang Ping(*)(corresponding author), Xu, C. C. (2017). Structural performance of steel-truss-reinforced composite joints under cyclic loading. Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers: Structures and Buildings.
https://doi.org/10.1680/jstbu.16.00188; Published Online: June 14, 2017
(SCI)
2.    Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2017). A third-order Cauchy-Born rule for modeling of microtubules based on the element-free framework. Composite Structures. 161: 215–226. doi: http://doi.org/10.1016/j.compstruct.2016.10.110
(SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category,Impact factor 3.853,Ranks 2 in total 25 journals)
3.     Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2016). A mesh-free computational framework for predicting vibration behaviors of microtubules in an elastic medium, Composite Structures, 149: 41-53. doi:10.1016/j.compstruct.2016.03.063.
(SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category,Impact factor 3.853,Ranks 2 in total 25 journals)
4.     Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2016). Meshfree simulation of temperature effects on the mechanical properties of microtubules. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 69: 104–118. doi:10.1016/j.enganabound.2016.05.006.
(SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category,Impact factor 1.862,Ranks 20 in total 85 journals)
5.     Xiang Ping, Zhang LW and Liew KM, (2015). Analysis of macromolecular microtubules using the potential-based matrix displacement method, Composite Structures, 127: 224-230. doi:10.1016/j.compstruct.2015.03.004.
(SCI rank: Q1 in JCR Category,Impact factor 3.853,Ranks 2 in total 25 journals)
6.     Xiang Ping and Liew KM, (2013). A computational framework for transverse compression of

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