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Name: Dr. Hengxing LAN
Current Appointment: Professor, State Key Lab of Resources and Environmental Information System (LREIS), Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).
Ph.D. in Geological Engineering, Institute of Geology and Geophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, 2001
M.Sc. in Geology, Shandong University of Science and Technology, 1998
B.Sc. in Geology, Minor in Computer Sciences, Shandong University of Science and Technology, 1995
Areas of Specialization:
Geographical information System and Geological Hazards.
(1) Process modeling for Geological Hazards
(2) Information system for Natural hazards
(3) Risk Assessment for ground hazards
(4) Use of High technology (LiDAR,InSAR) in Geohazard monitoring
(5) Coupled modeling in geotechnical projects
Academic Awards:
2009 Recipient of the “One Hundred Talents”, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
2009 Recipient of the “Dayu”Award, the Ministry of Water Resources of PRC.
2005 Recipient of first Prize of “Science and Technology Progress” Award in Changjiang Water Resources Commission.
Society Appointments:
Member of:
  Alberta Geomatics Group (AGG)
  Canadian Geotechnical Society (CGS).
  International Society for Rock Mechanics (ISRM).
  International Association for Engineering Geology and the environment(IAEG).
Refereed Journal Articles:
[12].LAN, H., C. D. Martin, and B. Hu (2009), Effect of heterogeneity of brittle rock on micromechanical extensile behavior during compression loading, J. Geophys. Res.-Solid Earth, doi:10.1029/2009JB006496, in press.  (accepted 23 September 2009)
[11]. Hengxing LAN, C. Derek.Martin,  Corey R. Froese, Tai-Hoon KIM, A. James Morgan, Dennis Chao, Subir Chowdhury,A web-based GIS for managing and assessing landslide data for the Town of Peace River, Canada. 2009. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences. 9, 1433–1443, 2009 .
[10].Hengxing LAN, and Martin, C.D and C.H.ZHOU. 2008. Estimating the size and travel distance of Klapperhorn Mountain Debris flows for risk analysis along railway, Canada. International Journal of sediment. 23(3):275-282,
[9].Hengxing LAN, C.D. Martin, C.H.Lim. Rockfall Analyst: a GIS extension for three-dimensional and  spatially distributed rockfall hazard modeling. Computers & Geosciences, 2007(33), 262-279.
[8]. C.D. Martin, H. Lan,C.H. Lim et al. Evaluating rock fall hazard along railway corridors using GIS technology. FELSBAU 30 (2006) No.4.
[7]. H.X.Lan, C.F.Lee, C.H.Zhou, C.D.Martin. Dynamic characteristics analysis of shallow       landslide in response to rainfall process using GIS, Environmental Geology, 2005: 47:254-267.
[6]. H.X. Lan, R.L. Hu, Z.Q. Yue, C.F. Lee, S.J. Wang. Engineering and Geological Characteristics of Granite Weathering Profiles in South China. Journal of Asian Science. Jan. 2003, 21:pp.353-364.
[5]. H.X. Lan, L.J. Wang, C.H. Zhou. GIS-based spatial analysis and prediction for landslide hazard in the Xiaojiang watershed, Yunnan, China. Engineering Geology. 2004. 76:109-128.
[4]. H.X. Lan, F.Q. Wu, C.H. Zhou, L.J. Wang, Rainfall-induced landside hazard spatial analysis and prediction using GIS. Chinese Science Bulletin. Jan. 2003, 48(7): 703-708.
[3]. H.X. Lan, C.H. Zhou, C.F.Lee, S.J. Wang, F.Q. Wu. Rainfall-induced landside stability analysis in response to transient pore pressure. Science In China E. 2003, 46 Supp.: 52-68.
[2]. Qi Shengwen, Wu Faquan, Lan Hengxing. Mechanism of the depth fractures of the left abutment slope of the Jinping first stage hydropower station. Engineering Geology. 2004,73 (1-2): 129-144 (EI&SCI).
[1]. Wu Faquan, Qi Shengwen, Lan Hengxing. On Mechanism of Uplift Deformation of the Dam Foundation of Jiangya Water Power Station, Hunan province, Journal of Hydrogeology. 2005, 13 (3): 451-466 (EI&SCI).

Refereed Conference Proceedings
[7].Hengxing LAN and Martin CD. 2009. Evaluating the effect of topography on rock fall process using LiDAR. SinoRock2009, International Symposium on Rock Mechanics “ Rock Characterization, modeling and Engieering Design Methods”.2009
[6]. Derek Martin,Hengxing Lan,Jean Hutchinson & Pete Quinn. 2008. Applications of GIS tools to ground hazard assessment for railway infrastructure. GeoEdmonton, Canada. 1064-1066, 2009
[5].Hengxing LAN and Martin CD. 2008. Numerical Modeling of Debris Flow Kinematics Using Discrete Element Method Combined with GIS  THE 10TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON LANDSLIDES AND ENGINEERED SLOPES. June 30 ~July 4, 2008, Xi’an, China.
[4].Hengxing Lan and Martin C. D.A digital approach for integrating geotechnical data and stability analyses, 1st Canada-U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium.Vancouver, Canada, 2007
[3].Martin C.D., Tannant D.D. & Lan  H. 2009. Comparison of terrestrial-based, high resolution, LiDAR and digital photogrammetry surveys of a rock slope. 1st Canada-U.S. Rock Mechanics Symposium.Vancouver, Canada, 2007
[2].Hengxing Lan and Martin C. D. 2007.Model calibration for rockfall hazard assessment using LiDAR technology. First North American Landslide Conference Landslides and Society: Integrated Science, Engineering, Management, and Mitigation Vail, Colorado, USA,June 3-8, 2007
[1].Hengxing Lan, and Martin, C.D. 2007. Estimating the size and travel distance of Klapperhorn Mountain Debris flows for risk analysis along railway, Canada. The 4th international conference on Debris-Flow hazards mitigation, Chengdu, China, 2007.
Major Research Projects:
1. One Hundred Talents Program of Chinese Academy of Sciences: Geohazard process modeling (2009-2012)
2. National Key Technology R&D Program of China (2008BAK50B05):Natural hazard Risk Assessment (2008-1010)
3. Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada:Risk Assessment for Railway Geohazard (2009-2014)
4. Decovalex Project (Decovalex 2011): Coupling modeling for nuclear waster repository (2008-2011).

Office Address:
11A Da Tun Road
An Wai, Beijing 100101
People's Republic of China
Telephone: 86-10-64888713
Fax: 86-10-64889630
Email:lanhx@lreis.ac.cn, or lanhx@igsnrr.ac.cn

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