ZHENG Hang
Position:Lecturer
Address:Room 224B, New Hydraulic Building, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 100084
Tel:+86–13522608238
E-mail:zhenghang@tsinghua.edu.cn
Educational Background
BA: Sep.2000 – July.2004, Hydraulic and Hydropower Engineering, Tsinghua University
PhD: Sep.2004 – Jul.2009, Institute of Hydrology & Water Resources, Tsinghua University
Work Experience
Jul.2009 : Lecturer, Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University
Aug.2010-Nov.2011 : Visiting Academic in Department of Infrastructure Engineering, the University of Melbourne
Teaching Courses
1. Undergraduate Course: flood control and Water Resource Management, 2015
2.Australia-China Joint Course: Comparison of the Water Governance of World Rivers, 2012-2014
3. France-China Joint Course: International Environment Management, 2011-2015
Research Interests
1.Hydrology Modelling
2.Flood Control and Urban Storm Water Management
3.Water Allocation Modelling and Water Resources Management
Research Projects
2009, Outstanding PhD Graduate of Tsinghua University
2008, the first class of Scientific and Engineering Award from Ministry of Water Resources
2005,First Class Scholarship of Chinese Academy of Sciences
2001-2004, First prize, Annual Excellent Academic Performance Scholarship of Tsinghua University
Honors and Awards
Hydrology Modelling
Project 1: Climate Change Impact on Stream Flow Change in the Yellow River, China, 2014.
Project 2: The Study on Discharge Reduction in the Middle Reach of the Yellow River after 2000, 2011-2013
? Flood Control and UrbanStorm Water Management
Project 3: Key Technology for Flood Resource Utilization in Haihe River Basin China, 2004-2007
Project 4: The Strategy and Technology for Urban Storm Water Management and Rainfall Harvest in China, 2014-2015.
Project 5: The Status Analysis, Assessment and Strategy for China’s Urban Storm Water Management, 2013-2014.
? Water Allocation Modelling and Water Resources Management
Project 6: Real-time and Automatic Operation of Water Supply System through the Internet of Water, 2013-2015
Project 7: The Study on Water Rights Market in China, 2015-2017
Project 8: Optimization of Water Allocation in the Hei River Basin, NorthwestChina, 2014-2016
Project 9: Water Allocation Modelling in the Taolai River Basin, Northwest China, 2014-2015
Project 10: Knowledge Exchange on International Waters, 2012-2015
Project 11: The Study on Water Rights Allocation in China, 2011-2013
Project 12: The Study on Water Demand Management in China, 2009-2010
Project 13: Understanding Cultural and Ecological Triggers for Policies against Water Catchment Degradation, 2011-2014
Project 14: Integrated River Basin Management: Managing the Threats to Sustainable Water Resources Development, 2011-2012
Project 15: Variability Assessment on Water Supply in Melbourne, 2011-2015
Project 16: Water Entitlement and Trading, 2008-2009

Project 17: Climate Change Impacts on Water Resource Planning in the Shiyang River Basin, Northwest China, 2008-2009
Project 18: Study on the Status Quo and Key Technologies Issues of China Water Right System, 2007-2009
Project 19: Integrated Water Resource Planning in the Shiyang River Basin China, 2005-2006
Educational Background
1. Tingting Xu, Hang Zheng, Zhongjing Wang. Assessment of water market in the Shiyang River Basin, China. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management. Accepted.
2. Zhidan Hu, Zhongjing Wang, Hang Zheng, Dajun Shen. Performance assessment of the total water use control system and environmental restoration in inland river basins, northwest China. International journal of water management development. Under Review.

3. Ting Xia, ZhongJing Wang,Hang Zheng. 2015. Topography-based methods to evaluate and correct satellite rainfall in mountainous areas in China. Atmosphere, 6(8),983-1005; doi:10.3390/atmos6080983
4. Zhongjing Wang, Jinfeng Zhu, Hang Zheng.2015. Improvement of duration-based water rights management with optimal water intake on/off events. Water Resources Management, published online, 13 April. DOI 10.1007/s11269-015-0979-x
5. Zhidan Hu, Lei Wang, Zhongjing Wang, Yang Hong, Hang Zheng. 2015. Quantitative assessment of climate and human impacts on surface water resources in a typical semi-arid watershed in the middle reaches of the Yellow River from 1985 to 2006. International Journal of Climatology, 35, 97-113.
6. Wenxiu Shang, Hang Zheng, Zhongjing Wang, Baimaqvzong and Yongping Wei. 2014. Newspaper coverage of water issues in China from 1950 to 2000. Water Policy, Water Policy, 17,4: 595–611. Doi:10.2166/wp.2014.219
7. Hang Zheng, Clive Lyle, Zhongjing Wang. 2014. A comparative study of flexibility in water allocation in the context of hydrologic variability. Water Resources Management, 28(3), 785-800.
8. Hang Zheng, Zhongjing Wang, Siyi Hu and Hector Malano. 2013. Seasonal water allocation – dealing with hydrologic variability in the context of water rights system. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, 139(1), 76-85.
9. Hang Zheng, Yongping Wei. 2012. Promote the implement of the water resources management regulation by increasing water productivity. China Water Resources, 699(9), 32-35. [In Chinese]
10. Hang Zheng, Zhongjing Wang, Siyi Hu and Yongping Wei. 2012. A comparative study of the performance of public water rights allocation in China. Water Resources Management, 26(5), 1107-1123.
11. Yongping Wei, Hang Zheng, John Langford and Guodong Cheng. 2011. A Knowledge co-production system for river basin management under changing environment. Advance in Geosicence, 12, 52-59. [In Chinese]
12. Hang Zheng, Zhongjing Wang, Qiang Liu and Guhua Qi. 2011. The volumetric analysis on a duration-based water rights system in Taolai River, Gansu, China. Water Resource and Hydropower Engineering, 42(7), 1-5. [In Chinese]
13. Zhongjing Wang, Hang Zheng and Guoting Geng. 2011. The key problems and challenges on the river basin governance in the Hexi Corridor, Gansu, China. Water Resource and Hydropower Engineering, 42(1), 7-11. [In Chinese]
14. Hang Zheng, Zhongjing Wang, You Liang and Roger Calow. 2009. A water rights constitution for Hangjin Irrigation District, Inner Mongolia, China. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 25(2), 371-385.
15. Zhongjing Wang, Hang Zheng and Xuefeng Wang. 2009. A harmonious water rights allocation model for Shiyang River Basin, Gansu Province, China. International Journal of Water Resources Development, 25(2), 355-370.
16. Zhongjing Wang, Hang Zheng, Guoyu Ren and Janshi Zhao. 2008. Impact of climate change on the comprehensive restoration plan of the ShiyangRiver Basin. Advances in Climate Change Research, 4(6), 330-335. [In Chinese]
17. Wei Liu, Tao Wang, Hang Zheng and Zhenzhen Ma. 2008.Driving forces of different type of land desertification in Hiehe River Basin, Journal of Desert Research, 28(4), 634-641. [In Chinese]
18. Zhongjing Wang, Hang Zhengand et al.. 2006. Characteristics of water right system development in HuolinheRiver Basin. China Water Resources, (21), 27-29. [In Chinese]

19. Hang Zheng, Zhongjing Wang, Roger Calow and Yongping Wei. 2011. Water rights allocation, management and trading in an irrigation district--- A case study of northwestern China. Chapter of BOOK: Irrigation: Types, Sources and Problems / Book 3. ISBN: 979-953-307-706-1, 65-90.

20. Hang Zheng, Qiangqiang Yu. The application of REALM model in the Shiyang River Basin, China. The 2014 Annual Conference of Chinese Hydraulic Engineering Society (CHES), International Section, Oct. 2014, Tianjin, China.
21. Hang Zheng, ZhongjingWang and SiyiHu. 2011. A real time operation model for water rights management. Hydrological Cycle and Water Resources Sustainability in Changing Environments. 5th International Symposium on Integrated Water Resources Management, IWRM 2010 and the 3rd International Symposium on Methodology in Hydrology, Nanjing, China, November 2010. IAHS Publ. 350,225-234. (EI Compendex, Elsevier Engineering Information, Accession Number. 20122115042374)
22. Hang Zheng, 2013. A study on the web-based water trading platform in the context of Water Internet, the presentation in the Smart Water Grid International Conference, Korea, 13, Nov.
23. Hang Zheng, 2011. The impacts of climate change on water resources planningin the Shiyang River Basin, Gansu, China, the presentation in the 14th International Riversymposium, Brisbane, Australia, 27, Sep.
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