Mr Su Ninghu, Professor of James Cook University, Australia
Presenting in Plenary Session II: Infrastructure development – professional decision-making, optimal solutions
The title of presentation: The variability of hydraulic parameters in buffer zones along river banks and lake shores: Rethinking their design and functions
Ninghu Su Adjunct Professor at College of Science and Engineering of James Cook University Australia, Guest Professor at College of Resources and Environmental Science of Ningxia University in China, Member of the Academic and Development Committee of ASEM Water Resources Research and Development Center (ASEM Water) received his PhD from the Australian National University, MScAgr. from the Institute of Soil and Water Conservation at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, and BScAgr from the College of Agricultural Science, Ningxia University, China. He is interested in the science of hydrology, soil physics and environmental fluid dynamics, contaminant hydrology, water flow, solute transport in soils and aquifers, surface and groundwater hydrology, innovative water management such as new irrigation methods and rainwater use, environmental change during historical and geological times etc. He has carried out research at many universities and research organizations in China, Australia and New Zealand.