|Arthur H. Feagin
Chair Professor of Civil Engineering
Graduate Program Officer
Environmental & Water Resources Group
229 Harbert Engineering Center
Department of Civil Engineering
Auburn, Alabama (AL) 36849-5337, USA
Phone: (+1) 334-844-8778
Fax: (+1) 334-844-6290
Dr. Fang is a full professor in the Department of Civil Engineering of the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering and has worked at Auburn University since August, 2007. Dr. Fang also has twelve-year research and teaching experience in the Department of Civil Engineering at Lamar University (Texas State University System) at Beaumont, Texas (1995 – 2007 from an assistant professor to a full professor). Dr. Fang received his Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota in 1994 (St. Anthony Falls Laboratory in the Department of Civil Engineering).
Dr. Fang has published 90 peer-reviewed journal articles (including journal papers that have been accepted or in press, see the citation information), 5 book chapters, 6 entries in "Encyclopedia of Water", 4 invited journal papers, 62 conference papers, and 57 project reports in the area of environmental hydrodynamics, ecological modeling, and water resources engineering (hydraulics and hydrology).
Dr. Fang was elected to be a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (F.ASCE) on February 11, 2014. He also became a Fellow of the ASCE Environmental & Water Resources Institute (F.EWRI) on May 16, 2014. He is a Diplomate, Water Resources Engineer (D.WRE) credentialed from the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers (AAWRE) since 2007. He serves as Associate Editor (2015 – 2017) for the Hydrological Sciences Journal (HSJ) under the International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS/AISH), Guest Editor of Water for the special issues of "Climate Change Effects on Freshwater Organisms and Ecosystems" and "Water Quality Monitoring and Modeling in Lakes" under MDPI, and Associate Editor (2013 – present) for the British Journal of Environment & Climate Change (BJECC). Dr. Fang was an Associate Editor in surface water hydrology (2007 – 2012) and water quality modeling (2012 – 2013) for the Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA).
research experience in water resources engineering includes
assessing performance of sediment basins at highway construction sites,
evaluation of scour potential of cohesive soils, estimation of
volumetric and rate-based runoff coefficients using observed rainfall
and runoff data, development of modified rational unit hydrograph,
regional unit hydrograph and storm hyetograph development, rainfall
loss estimation using non-linear programming, estimation of time
parameters for Texas watersheds, synthesis of storm drainage design,
and study of sediment transport in gravel-bed rivers. His
research experience in environmental hydrodynamic/ecological modeling
one-dimensional lake water quality modeling (studying impacts of global
warming on fish habitats in small lakes in the contiguous USA),
two-dimensional reservoir water quality modeling (studies on three
Texas reservoirs), three-dimensional computational hydraulics modeling
(specializing in free-surface
flow simulations) and EFDC (Environmental Fluid Dynamics
Code), and water quality monitoring in estuaries. He believes
that there is a great potential to integrate various disciplines in
science and engineering and to conduct advanced research in the area of
engineering, environmental, geophysical and biological fluid mechanics
or hydraulics or environmental hydrology.
For more information, please view or download the full CV (updated in December 2016) or go through the web links above (Education, Experience, Research, Publication, and Teaching).
My first name pronounces as
“Shing” or you may call me