Qin Qian, Ph.D.

Research Group

Co-Workers

  • Dr. Xunjun Fan, Department of Mechanical Engineering
  • Dr. Jerry Lin, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Dr. Xinyu Liu, Department of Industry Engineering
  • Dr. Mien Jao, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Dr. Bo Sun, Department of Computer Science
  • Dr. Dan Su, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Dr. Xing Wu, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering
  • Dr. Robert Yuan, Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering,
  • Dr. Victor Zaloom, Department of Industry Engineering, Lamar University

Current and Past Students

PhD

  • Lin Su, “On the ship wave statistics and bank corrosion estimation ( tentative);”  expected August 2022, Advisor: Keh-Han Wang, Univeristy of Houston, co advisor: Qin Qian
Doctoral
  • Milad Ketabdar, D.E. Dissertation: “Study on Sediment Transport Mechanics in Shallow-Grade Storm Drain Systems,” expected 2017

Masters

  • Darius Edward, “Flood Inundation Mapping for Lower Region of Neches River Watershed Using one-dimensional and two-dimensional HEC-RAS Modeling”, Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, August, 2021.
  • Ravi Anandalal Singh, “Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) Analysis of a Water Body Subject to Wind and Solar Radiation” December 2017, Advisor: Xiangchang Li, co-advisor: Qin Qian.
  • Benjamin Kolkmeier, M. S. Thesis: “Stream bank erosion and protection due to wake wash in Sabine Neches Waterway”, expected 2017
  • Kaiming Yan, M.S. Thesis: “Assessment of River Morphology Changes of the Upper Rio Grande River Section In Texas Under Different Hydrological Conditions”, Dec. 2014
  • Shakib Bin Reza, M.S. Thesis: “Quantum Chemical Study on Atmospherically Important Water Complexes: A Gaussian Approach” (August, 2012, co-advisor Dr. Gomes)
  • Heath Thompson, M.S. Thesis: “Experimental Study on Hydraulic Performance of Rectangular Bridge Deck Drains” (May, 2012)
  • Sadia Afrin Jame, M.S. Thesis: “Electrochemical Treatment of Synthetic Wastewater Containing Textile Dyes by (December 2011, co-advisor Dr. Gomes)
  • Badri Parajuli, M.S. Thesis: “Assessment and Modeling of the effect of airborne deposition on the acidity of the Rio Grande Basin water” (August 2010)

Undergraduate

  • Seth Mize, NOAA-OAR-CPO, “Identification and quantification of economic benefits of climate-informed adaptation measures to reduce flood risk exposure of water supply infrastructures along the southeast Texas coast”, May, 2020
  • Christopher Huddleston, NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, May, 2018
  • Burgandy Petri NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, May, 2018
  • Natalie Lopez NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, May, 2018
  • Hayden Rice NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, May, 2017
  • Andre Trottier NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, May, 2017
  • Alema Fernando NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, May, 2017
  • Travis Mccawley, NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, expected May, 2016
  • Anthony Dundee, NSF URE: Acquisition of Equipment to Develop an Ubiquitous Wireless Sensor Network for Measurement, Modeling, and Prediction in Water Resource Management, (May, 2016)
  • John Paul Kirk, A Multidisciplinary Research using EM2 Geomodel for Hydraulic Structures and Golf (Highway 87) Shoreline Protections, Presidential Faculty Fellowships (May, 2015)
  • Jeremiah C. Fox, A Multidisciplinary Research using EM2 Geomodel for Hydraulic Structures and Golf (Highway 87) Shoreline Protections, Presidential Faculty Fellowships (May, 2015)