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Professor Huang Runqiu, is the research team leader of high slope and disaster prevention and control, won the National Outstanding Youth Fund in 1995 and was the chief scientist of “973 program”.

 Prof. Huang, born in August 1963, graduated from Chengdu University of Technology (Chengdu Geology Institute was its predecessor) as Engineering Geology major in 1988 with Doctorate in Engineering. In November 1992, he was exceptionally promoted as Professor and in November 1993, as doctoral supervisor by the Academic Degree Committee of the State Counci. In 1992, he got the special fund for outstanding young talents from the National Natural Science Found of China. In 1994, he was funded by the Ministry of Education with "Cross Century Outstanding Talent Program". In 1995, he won the National Outstanding Youth Fund. In 2003, he was awarded as the "national outstanding professional and technical talent". In 2012, he became the chief scientist of “973 program” and in 2013 he was selected as a member of the Special Support Program for National High Level Talents.

 Now, Huang Runqiu is the vice president of Chengdu University of Technology and the director of SKLGP and also acts as vice chairman of IAEG from 2010 to 2014, the chairman of iRALL, the chief commissioner of Engineering Geology Committee of Geological Society of China, the executive member of Rock Mechanics and Engineering Society of China, and etc.

 The specialty of Professor Huang Runqiu is evaluating on engineering geological problems in geohazard prevention and major engineering construction. He has chaired and undertaken more than 90 national key projects and major geohazard prevention projects, such as the 973 program, the project of China Geological Survey Bureau, the key project of the National Natural Science Fund of China. Based on geological process, Professor Huang and his team built the theory and methodology of evaluation on high slope deformation stability and the major geohazard control. They also made a lot of theoretical innovation in the formation mechanism of large landslide, the evaluation of high slope stability, the geological development and distribution of strong earthquake and disaster prevention, the geohazard monitoring and warning and etc. These theories and methods solved a number of key technical problems in engineering; as a result, significant social and economic benefits will be generated. Professor Huang has also made great contributions to the relief and post-disaster reconstructions of Wenchuan earthquake and Lushan earthquake. For this reason, he won the first prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award in 2005 and 2014, ranked as No. 1.

 About the practice of scientific research, Professor Huang Runqiu has published more than 10 books (including coauthored), and more than 300 academic theses, among which more than 80 theses were published on SCI, 3 were published on Nature (Earth Sciences). His theses were cited for more than 6000 times totally. And he has 8 national authorized invention patents. There are more than 40 doctoral students and over 60 postgraduate students instructed by him. Prizes that Professor Huang has won are too numerous to mention one by one, here are some examples: 2 first prizes of the National Science and Technology Progress Awards (No. 1), 1 National Patent Award, 11 grand prize and first of Provincial and Ministerial Technology Progress Awards(4 of which ranking first). He has also won the Japan Landslide Society “International Award” in 2012, the National Distinguished Teacher Award in 2007, Li siguang Geological Science Award in 2007, "Sichuan Outstanding Contribution Award of Science and Technology" in 2003, China Youth Science and Technology Award in 1998, Henry Fok Prize in 1989, and other individual awards.

Professor Xu Qiang(Executive Vice Director of SKLGP), is the research team leader of landslide prevention and control, who has won the National Outstanding Youth Fund and is the Distinguished Visiting Professor of Changjiang Scholars Program.

 Professor Xu, born in June 1968, obtained Doctoral degree of Engineering Geology in Chengdu University of Technology in July 1997. In 2001, he was promoted as Professor and in 2003, as doctor supervisor. In 1999, Professor Xu won “Fok Ying-Tong Education Foundation for Young Teachers in the Higher Education Institutions of China ". In 2002, he was awarded as “the outstanding young teachers in Higher Education" by the Ministry of Education and in 2005 as the "Outstanding Contributor to Sichuan Province". In 2006, he was selected as a member of the Special Support Program for National High Level Talents. In 2008, he became the innovation team leader of the Ministry of Education. In 2012, he got the special fund for outstanding young talent of the National Natural Science Found of China and became the Distinguished Visiting Professor of Chang Jiang Scholars Program; and in 2013, he was selected as the science and technology leading talent by the Ministry of Land and Resources. In 2014, he was awarded with the "national outstanding professional and technical talent".

 In 2014, Professor Xu Qiang started to serve as the executive vice director of SKLGP, in charge of the administration work. Professor Xu is a member of IAEG, the headman of Southwest Area Panel of Emergency Office of Ministry of Land and Resources, the Deputy Secretary General of Professional Committee of Engineering Geology of China Geological Society, the Vice-Chairman of Sichuan Province Youth Federation of Science and Technology, and the twelfth CPPCC National Committee members.

 Professor Xu Qiang is mainly engaged in evaluation, prediction and control of landslide disaster. His specialty lies in monitoring, early warning and emergency handling of collapse, slide and flow. Prof. Xu undertook the 973 program and obtained the National Outstanding Youth Fund and the Natural Science Fund of China, as well as more than 50 provincial projects and major geohazard prevention projects. The main contribution of Professor includes revealing the mechanism of several special landslides; proposing a collaborative forecasting model and improving tangent angle criterion as well as acceleration criterion; establishing comprehensive forecasting theories and technical methods based on landslide space-time deformation. Prof. Xu once served as the core expert to guide dozens of large-scale landslide monitoring, early warning and emergency response successfully.

 As a core member of research, Prof. Xu and other members made great achievements in scientific research, who have won the first prize of the National Science and Technology Progress Award, 6 first prizes, 4 prizes respectively for second and third of Provincial and Ministerial Technology Progress Awards. And Prof. Xu has published 10 books and more than 200 academic theses, among which more than 40 theses were published on SCI. Moreover, he has been awarded with 4 national invention patents. He has instructed more than 80 doctoral students and postgraduate students. For his outstanding contribution in the Wenchuan earthquake relief, Professor Xu has been awarded with the title of "earthquake relief advanced individual" by the China Association for Science and Technology, the Ministry of Land and Resources, Sichuan Province Science and Technology Association.

Professor Tuo Xianguo, is the research team leader of geoenvironment safety monitoring and evaluation, who is the winner of the National Outstanding Youth Fund.

 Prof.Tuo, born in January 1966, obtained Doctoral degree in Mineral Prospecting and Exploration (nuclear technology application direction) in Chengdu University of Technology in 2000. Professor Tuo is a postdoctoral of China University of Geosciences (Beijing), a visiting scholar at the University of Nottingham and the research team leader of safety monitoring and evaluation of geoenvironment.

 Now, Professor Tuo is the director of the Chinese Nuclear Society, the vice director of Sichuan Nuclear Society, vice-director of Sichuan Nuclear Technology Application Association, director of the nuclear chemical branch of the Chinese Nuclear Society. Prof. Tuo was selected as a member of the Special Support Program for National High Level Talents and won the China Youth Science and Technology Award, Geology Golden Hammer Award and special allowance of the State Council. For his contribution, Prof. Tuo was awarded with the "outstanding entrepreneurs in Sichuan Province" by Sichuan Provincial Committee and the provincial government; he was selected as a member of "Sichuan Province Youth Science and Technology Innovation Team" (nuclear decommissioning and nuclear waste disposal); and as the director of Sichuan Special Environmental Robot Laboratory. Professor Tuo Xianguo is a Ph.D. advisor in Chengdu University of Technology, China Academy of Engineering Physics, Southwest University of Science and Technology.

 In the field of nuclear technology application,Professor Tuo Xianguo has been engaged in the research on nuclear-analyzing technology theory, nuclear geophysical exploration methods, the development of nuclear electronic equipment and related technology. In the field of resource and environment, he has been engaged in the work of radiation environmental assessment, radionuclide migration, environmental monitoring and disaster warning methods as well as the development of supporting instruments and meters. Prof. Tuo managed more than 20 national key programs as the special work of major equipment of NSFC and of Ministry of Science and Technology, National Outstanding Youth Science Foundation project, the general program of NSFC (4 items), major projects of national defense science and technology (5 items) and etc.

 His main research achievements were awarded with many provincial and ministerial prizes like 4 first prizes and 8 second prizes. Prof. Tuo has published more than 180 theses on the domestic and foreign academic journals, among which, over 80 were included by SCI and EI. Moreover, Professor Tuo has obtained 9 national invention patents, and instructed 2 post-doctors, 20 doctoral students and more than 70 postgraduate students.

Professor Li Tianbin, is the research team leader of underground engineering disaster prevention research, who was selected as a member of the Special Support Program for National High Level Talents.

 Prof. Li Tianbin, born in June 1964, obtained doctoral degree Chengdu University of Technology as Geological Engineering major in June 2002. He is registered civil engineer, a member of the Special Support Program for National High Level Talents and also an academic and technical leader in Sichuan Province, who obtained the State Council subsidy and won Huang Jiqing Young Geological Science and Technology Award, Zhan Tianyou Civil Engineering Award, the “Earthquake Relief Advanced Individual” title.

 From 2010 to 2013, Prof. Li had been the Executive Vice Director of SKLGP. Now he is the dean of Environment and Civil Engineering College in CDUT. At the same time, he is a member of the International Association of Engineering Geology and Environment, a member of the International Society for Rock Mechanics, a member of Engineering Geology Committee of the Geological Society of China, vice chairman of Sichuan Provincial Society for Rock Mechanics and Engineering, a member of Sichuan Province Tunnel Committee.

 Professor Li Tianbin is experienced in geological engineering, geotechnical engineering and tunnel research and teaching. His main research direction includes the stability of tunnel and underground engineering and disaster prevention, slope geohazard prevention and the control of high slope stability. For over 20 years,Prof. Li has successively presided and undertaken more than 70 items of NSFC programs, international cooperation, national research, national key projects and major geohazard control projects. He has made a number of innovative achievements in the theory and methods of engineering application of shallow surface modification of rock mass, racking and forecasting landslide, the stability and control of high slope, the advanced geological prediction of tunnel and underground engineering in complex geological condition, rock burst and deformation prevention, stability of country rock and seismic dynamic effect and etc. His researches are not only innovative, but also involving wide fields like water and electricity, roads, mines, urban construction and so on. These achievements play an important role in the country's economic development and bring significant economic, social and environmental benefits.

 Prof. Li presided and undertook 1 key project and 1 general program of NSFC, 6 national major scientific research projects, 3 provincial and ministerial projects. His main research achievements obtained 1 first prize and 1 second prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award, 4 first prizes and 6 second prizes of provincial and ministerial award, 9 national invention patents. Prof. Li has published more than 200 theses, 6 academic monographs, including Rock Engineering of High Slope Stability and Control and Erlang Mountain Tunnel Highland Stress and Country Rock Stability. Moreover, Prof. Li instructed more than 10 doctoral students and more than 60 postgraduates.

Professor Tang Chuan, is the research team leader of debris flow prevention research, who was selected as a member of the Special Support Program for National High Level Talents and won Youth Science and Technology Award of China.

 Prof. Tang Chuan, born in July 1961, obtained doctoral degree in Geomorphology and Quaternary Geology of Nanjing University in 2001. From 2010 to 2013, he had been a vice director of SKLGP, in charge of international cooperation and exchanges. And also he is the vice director of the Landslide and Debris Flow Committee of Soil and Water Conservation Society of China, and an Editorial Board member of Journal of Mountain Science and Science of Disaster.

 Prof. Tang is mainly engaged in the research on geohazard (debris flow), geomorphology, remote sensing and GIS application, and environmental geology. He is an expert in geohazard regionalization, forecasting, risk assessment and disaster mitigation practices. In China, he is the first expert to do the numerical simulation research of debris flow, and established the two-dimensional unsteady flow equation of debris flow, which is a new way to calculate the dynamic parameters of debris flow. Prof. Tang studied the Debris flow initiation and accumulation models, and put forward the method of risk assessment and range prediction. The established risk assessment system of debris flow solves the problems of complex and quantitative calculation. Based on the investigation of major debris flow happened in recent years, Professor Tang Chuan revealed debris flow blocking mechanism and the scale amplification effect. At the same time, he established a warning model of debris flow based on critical rainfall and hydrological conditions.

 Prof. Tang presided and undertook more than 60 projects, including the National 863 program, the national fund projects. In the domestic and foreign academic journals, he published more than 200 theses, more than 30 of which are on SCI and published 4 academic monographs. What’s more, Professor Tang Chuan won the first prize (ranked No.1), 4 second prizes, 5 third prizes of Provincial Science and Technology Progress Awards. He was selected as a member of the Special Support Program for National High Level Talents in 1997, and was rated as the National Advanced Worker, a Super Worker Model in Yunnan Province, and he is a member of Ten Outstanding Youth of Yunnan Province. In addition, Professor Tang won the Youth Science and Technology Award of China, National Youth Science and Technology Innovation Award, the State Council allowances. For his outstanding contribution in the earthquake relief, Professor Tang has been awarded with the "Earthquake Relief Advanced Individual" title by the China Association for Science and Technology, and was honored as advanced individual for earthquake relief and geohazard investigation.

Professor Pei Xiangjun, is the team leader of collapse prevention and grouting reinforcement research, who obtained the National Patent Gold Award as a major expert.


 Prof. Pei, born in January 1970, obtained doctoral degree in Geology Engineering of Jilin University in 2003. Now, he is a member of International Association for Engineering Geology and Environmental Engineering, a member of the geological Committee of China Geological Society, a member of China Geohazards Association, a member of China Civil Engineering Society, an emergency expert for geohazard in Ministry of Land and Resources. Prof. Pei is the team leader of Sichuan provincial science and technology innovation and the advanced individual of Ministry of land and resources, Sichuan earthquake geohazard prevention.

 Pei Xiangjun is experienced in teaching and researching on geohazard assessment and prevention. He undertook more than 30 projects: the 973 Program, NSFC Program, construction projects of West China, public welfare projects of Ministry of Land and Resources; and he undertook more than 20 slope stability evaluation and management projects for giant hydropower station at the Three Gorges of the Yangtze River, Jinsha River Xiluodu, Jinping Yalong River and etc. Moreover, Pei also managed more than 10 highway geohazard researches, including the Xinjiang Tianshan Highway (G217), China-Pakistan highway.

 With long-term research, Prof. Pei formed his own expertise in two fields. The first lies in collapse research: he develops the investigation method of high-steep slope collapse and comprehensive analysis of stability and theories on the characteristics of rolling rock movement. For this, he has published more than 20 relevant academic thesis, 7 of which are included in SCI and (or) EI, winning the first prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award and 5 ministerial and provincial prizes. The second is complex rock mass grouting: he proposes the theory on hydration of semipermeable membrane in cement base grouting material, explaining the relation between cement hydration and additive supersaturated concentration, with new grouting material SJP series developed in steep, lean and wide crack, the stratum with severe leakage and frozen area. With which, he develops organic chemistry into civil engineering. Moreover, he invented the device used to test grouting diffusion, establishing the theory on diffusion and solidification of grouting material with time-varying behavior of viscosity, which is applied in mining, transportation and construction, etc., with total project funds of 1.5 billion RMB. For this, he published more than 10 theses, 4 of which are included in EI, and won 1 China patent gold medal, 1 special award of Sichuan Province patent award, and 1 first prize of China Hydropower Construction Group.

Professor Xu Mo, is the research team leader of engineering hydrogeological.

 Prof. Xu Mo, born in November 1963, obtained doctoral degree in Chengdu University of Technology as hydrogeological and engineering geology major in 1998. Now, he is the Deputy Director of the Hydrological Geology Committee of the Geological Society of China,  the director of Groundwater and Soil Environment Committee of Environmental Science Society of Sichuan Province, the secretary-general of Hydrological Geology Committee of the Geological Society of Sichuan Province, national registered civil engineer (Geotechnical Engineering), a member of editorial board for Sichuan Hydropower.

 Prof. Xu is mainly engaged in the hydrological geology in engineering construction area, environmental geology, regional groundwater resources evaluation and other research work. He developed the theory and method of engineering hydrology, and improved the interaction mechanism of water-geology-environment, which are applied to more than twenty giant, large-scale water conservancy and hydropower projects, and applied to solve major engineering and geoenvironmental problems in the construction of high-speed railway in the karst areas of Southwest china, as well as the development of water resources and environmental protection in the arid regions of Western China. His achievements effectively promote the smooth implementation of major projects.

 Prof. Xu has published more than 200 these in academic journals at home and abroad, more than 30 these of which are included in SCI and EI. Moreover, Xu has published 4 academic monographs cooperatively. More than 10 research achievements are awarded, with 1 first prize of National Scientific and Technological Progress Award, 3 first and 2 second provincial prizes. Professor Xu also instructed over 200 doctors and postgraduate students.
Professor Li is experienced in the research on reginal structure stability and earthquake geology. He pays attention to combine the theory with engineering practice. His achievements includes: on the basis of traditional analys
Professor Li Yusheng is the research team lead of reginal structure stability assessment

Professor Li Yusheng graduated from Hydrogeololgy and Engineering Geology Department in Chengdu Geology College as engineering geology major in 1982. And in 2001, he obtained the registered geotechnial engineer qualification.

 is method in “reginal stability engineering geology”, he develops the technological system, which is on the foundation of “earth-crust rock mechanics” controlling system.  In the research on earth crust structure stability in engineering construction field, which is located in China west major projects, he makes innovative achievements, clarifying the movement characteristics of major fault structure, which reveals the mechanism and type of seismic focus structure stress accumulation and release, and he also found and proved dynamic mechanism of mountain hazard triggered by paleoearthquake. Professor Li Yusheng presided and completed more than 30 national major projects and 6 international engineering consulting projects like Longyang Gorge Hydropower Station in Yellow River, Xiluo Ferry Hydropower Station in Jinsha River, Chengdu-Lanzhou Highway, etc. Through these researches, he solved a batch of key technological problems in major engineering construction and earthquake geohazard prevention and control in China west region.

 As a member of provincial panel in Wenchuan earthquake reconstruction, Professor Li Yusheng accomplished the assessment and site selection of more than 20 cities and towns which wre severely damaged by the earthquake, like Beichuan county, Hanwang town and Qingping town of Mianzhu city, Shifang city and Chongzhou City. Now, he presides with the research relevant with national major engineering construction like Sichuan-Tibet Highway, Chayuqu River Basin Hydroelectric Planning in Tibet, etc.

 In recent five years, Professor Li was awarded with one first prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award, one first prize and one second prize of ministerial and provincial Scientific Achievement Award. Moreover, he has instructed 34 postgraduate students, published the textbook Engineering Treatment and Detecting Technique of Foundation, participating in editing academic monography Research on Geohazard in Wenchuan Earthquake, and he published 67 academic papers.

Professor Wang Yunsheng, is the research team lead of reginal structure stability assessment

 Born in June 1960, Professor Wang Yunsheng obtained Ph.D. from Chengdu University of Technology as hydrogeology and engineering geology major. Now he is the member of Geological Society of China, the commissioner of Chinese Association for Quaternary Research, commissioner of Quaternary Glacier and Quaternary Geology Committee in Geological Society of China, editorial board member of journal The South to North Water Diversion and Water Conservancy Science, and also a famous teacher in CDUT.

 His research mainly concerns reginal structure stability and he is experienced in reginal structure stability, geoenvironment, new structure, quaternary geology. Professor Wang has made many achievements in major engineering reginal structure stability assessment, valley development, geohazard space development law and for reginal structure stability, centralized pattern of west area stress, earthquake geology and valley development, Professor Wang all have unique insight.

 In recent years, Professor Wang has participated in more than 40 projects of international cooperation, state or provincial scientific research. Among which, one is Sino-UK international cooperative program, three programs of NSFC, one basic project of Ministry of Land and Resources, three projects of China Geological Survey, and over 30 major national key projects.

 Professor Wang published 84 academic theses, 87 among which are SCI, and 8 are EI, 50 are core journals. He issued 3 monographs jointly and compiled one textbook. He was awarded with the first prize of National Science and Technology Progress Award, three first prizes of ministerial and provincial progress award, and was the core member of national excellent course Engineering Geology Analysis Principle.

Professor Yu Bin is the research team lead of debris flow prevention and control.

 Born in August 1966, Professor Yu Bin obtained Ph.D. from Sichuan University as hydromechanics major. From December 2002 to September 2003, he was the visiting professor of University of Minnesota at Twin city Campus. And from October 2003 to September 2004, he was an researcher of University of New York Buffalo.

 He is mainly engaged in the formation and movement of debris flow, the foundation of deposition and research of turbidity sediment. In the research of debris flow formation process, he builds rainfall forecast model of hydraulic debris flow, which can be applied to forecast the hydraulic debris flow in those areas without any materials; and also he does the research on the starting condition of hydraulic debris flow, building the starting hydraulic model of debris flow and putting forward the calculation model of debris flow arriving time and its scale. In the research of debris flow movement, Professor Yu has studied the velocity of different type debris flow and the velocity of underwater debris flow; in the research of debris flow accumulation, he researches on the yielding stress of debris flow and the relation of debris flow composition, proposing the concept of equivalent clay minerals percentage composition and building the calculation model of yielding stress; in the debris flow in Wenchuan earthquake severely stricken area, he initially establishes critical point decrease model in meizoseismal area debris flow.

 Professor Yu Bin preside 4 NSFC programs, winning the first prize of national scientific and technological progress award. For these, Professor Yu has more than 100, 11 of which are included in SCI and 5 in EI, and he has 2 national invention patents.