Topic of the Report: Dynamics of Geological Disaster
Reporter: Researcher He Siming
Unit: Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS
Time: Jan. 13th, 2020 (Monday)
Location: Room 211, the State Key Laboratory of Geohazard Prevention and Geoenvironment Protection (opposite GongTong Garden)
Brief Introduction of the Reporter:
He Siming, doctor of engineering and doctoral supervisor, is the deputy director of the Key Laboratory of Mountain Disasters and Surface Processes, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and the director of the Landslide Research Office. He is mainly engaged in the research on the formation and evolution mechanism of mountain disasters (landslide, high slope, collapse and rolling stone) and the research and development of key technologies for disaster reduction. He Siming has made remarkable achievements in limit analysis and limit equilibrium theory of slope stability, slope prestressed anchorage technology, pre-diagnosis and pre-reinforced anchor bolt in high cutting slope, evolution mechanism and key prevention technology of rockfalls, design of slope displacement control and flexible protection technology in strong earthquake zone, and study on dynamic interaction mechanism between mountain disasters and hazard-affected body. In recent years, he has published more than 300 papers, including more than 70 SCI papers and 150 EI papers, authorized 10 invention patents, published 6 monographs and compiled 3 local codes.
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