FU Xudong
Position:Professor
Address:A216 Sedimentation Laboratory, 1 Qinghuayuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing 100084
Tel:8610-62797071
Fax:8610-62772463
E-mail: xdfu@tsinghua.edu.cn
Educational Background
BA: Sep.1991 – July.1996, Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University
Minor BA: Sep.1993 – July. 1996, Environmental Engineering, Tsinghua University
PhD: Sep.1996 – Jun.2001, Hydraulics and River Dynamics, Tsinghua University
Work Experience
2013-: Associate Dean of School of Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University
2009-: Professor of Hydraulics and River Dynamics, Tsinghua University
Teaching Courses
1. Solid/liquid two-phase flow dynamics (Graduate)
2. Fluvial processes (Graduate)
3. Introduction to fluvial geomorphology (undergraduate)
Research Interests
1. Solid/liquid two-phase flow dynamics with focus on sediment transport
2. Mountain river and watershed sediment dynamics
3. Flash flood and dam-breaching processes
Research Projects
2015, Distinguished Young Scientist Award of Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC)
2014, Zhang Guangdou Award for Distinguished Youth in Science and Technology, Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society
2011, National Award for Youth in Science and Technology, China Association for Science and Technology.
2010, Mao Yisheng Award for Beijing Youth in Science and Technology, Beijing Association for Science and Technology.
2007, Distinguished IJSR Paper Award, WASER
Professional Service
1. Vice-Chair of Youth Working Committee of Science and Technology, Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society
2. Vice-Chair of Youth Working Committee of Science and Technology, Chinese National Committee on Large Dams
3. Member of Sedimentation Committee, Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society
4. Member of CSWSC Landslides and Debris Flow Committee, Chinese Society of Soil and Water Conservation
5. Member of Executive Committee, IAHR China Chapter
Honors and Awards
1. Sediment dynamics in mountain streams and watershed, NSFC, 2016-2020, Principle Investigator (PI)
2. Some fundamental Issues of sediment transport during flash flood, Ministry of Education, 2015-2017.PI
3. Sediment transport in flash flood and its effects in changing flood properties, NSFC, 2014-2017, PI
4. Crucial techniques supporting hyperconcentrated flood regulation in the Middle and Lower Yellow River, Ministry of Science and Technology’s National Science & Technology Pillar Program in the Twelfth Five-year Plan Period, 2012-2015, PI
5. Amplification of rainstorm-induced flash flood hazards in small mountain watersheds, Ministry of Science and Technology’s 973 project, 2011-2012, PI
6. On formation and modeling of urban flash flood hazards in extreme rainstorm events, NSFC, 2009-2012, PI.
Academic Achievement
[1] Wu Z, Fu X, Wang GQ. On spatial pattern of concentration distribution for Taylor dispersion process. Scientific Reports, 2016, 6: Art. 20556. Doi: 10.1038/srep20556 (2016).
[2] Guo D, Yu B, Fu X and Li T. Improved Hillslope Erosion Module for the Digital Yellow-River Model. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 2015, 20(6).
[3] Zhang L, Parker G, Stark CP, Inoue T, Viparelli E, Fu X and Izumi N. Macro-roughness model of bedrock-alluvial river morphodynamics. Earth Surface Dynamics, 2015, 3(1): 113-138.
[4] Ma H, Heyman J, Fu X, Mettra F, Ancey C and Parker G. Bed load transport over a broad range of timescales: Determination of three regimes of fluctuations. Journal of Geophysical Research-Earth Surface, 2014, 119(12): 2653-2673.
[5] Ma H and Fu X. Stochastic formulation of particle kinetics in wall-bounded two-phase flows. Science China-Technological Sciences, 2014, 57(10): 2001-2011.
[6] Wang DY, Fu X, Jie YX, Dong WJ and Hu D. Simulation of pipe progression in a levee foundation with coupled seepage and pipe flow domains. Soils and Foundations, 2014, 54(5): 974-984.
[7] Wang H, Fu X, Wang Y and Wang G. A high-performance temporal-spatial discretization method for the parallel computing of river basins. Computers & Geosciences, 2013, 58: 62-68.
[8] Wang H, Fu X and Wang G. Multi-tree Coding Method (MCM) for drainage networks supporting high-efficient search. Computers & Geosciences, 2013, 52: 300-306.
[9] Gao J, Williams MW, Fu X, Wang G and Gong T. Spatiotemporal distribution of snow in eastern Tibet and the response to climate change. Remote Sensing of Environment, 2012, 121: 1-9.
[10] Ma H and Fu X. Real time prediction approach for floods caused by failure of natural dams due to overtopping. Advances in Water Resources, 2012, 35: 10-19.
[11] Liu F, Fu X, Wang G and Duan J. Physically based simulation of dam breach development for Tangjiashan Quake Dam, China. Environmental Earth Sciences, 2012, 65(4): 1081-1094.
[12] Wang H, Zhou Y, Fu X, Gao J and Wang G. Maximum speedup ratio curve (MSC) in parallel computing of the binary-tree-based drainage network. Computers & Geosciences, 2012, 38(1): 127-135.
[13] Wang H, Fu X, Wang G, Li T and Gao J. A common parallel computing framework for modeling hydrological processes of river basins. Parallel Computing, 2011, 37(6-7): 302-315.
[14] Fu XD, Liu F, Wang GQ, Xu WJ, Zhang JX. Necessity of integrated methodology for hazard mitigation of quake lakes: case study of the Wenchuan Earthquake, China. Frontiers of Architecture and Civil Engineering in China, 2011, 5(1): 1-10.
[15] Fu X, Jiang L, Wu B, Hu C, Wang G and Fei X. Sediment delivery ratio and its uncertainties on flood event scale: Quantification for the Lower Yellow River. Science China-Technological Sciences, 2010, 53(3): 854-862.
[16] Fu X, Sun Q, Wang G and Ma H. Kinetic modeling of dilute solid-liquid two-phase flows with inelastic collisions. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2009, 54(23): 4358-4364.
[17] Wang G, Liu F, Fu X and Li T. Simulation of dam breach development for emergency treatment of the Tangjiashan Quake Lake in China. Science in China Series E-Technological Sciences, 2008, 51: 82-94.
[18] Wang G, Fu X, Huang Y and Huang G. Analysis of suspended sediment transport in open-channel flows: Kinetic-model-based simulation. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-ASCE, 2008, 134(3): 328-339.
[19] Fu X, Wang GQ and Shao XJ. Vertical disoersion of fine and coarse sediments in turbulent open-channel flows. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering-ASCE, 2005, 131(10): 877-888.
[20] Wang GQ, Fu XD, Wang XK. Kinetic modeling of constitutive relations for particle motion in low to moderately concentrated flows. International Journal of Sediment Research, 2005, 20(4): 305-318.
[21] Wang GQ and Fu X. Mechanisms of particle vertical diffusion in sediment-laden flows. Chinese Science Bulletin, 2004, 49(10): 1086-1090.
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