Workshop 1 : Foundation treatment & Pile Foundation & Geotechnical Testing Technology
Title 1 : Foundation Treatment and Pile Foundation
Keywords: Foundation treatment, Pile Foundation, Soil Mechanics, Settlement, Soil-Structure Interaction (SSI), Geotechnical Testing Technology
Summary: 
With the rapid development of China's engineering construction, foundation treatment and foundation engineering technology have been developed rapidly, and many new technologies have emerged. In the aspect of foundation treatment, in addition to optimizing the traditional foundation treatment technology, there are many new foundation treatment technologies, such as slurry solid bulk pile technology, reinforced gravel pile technology, composite reinforced drainage mattress technology and so on. Similarly, there are many new pile types in the field of pile foundation engineering such as PCC pile, X-type pile, spiral pile, static drilling Embedded Pile and so on. It has inspired many interesting works and new findings in recent years. These research results provide technical support for China's engineering construction and have good economic benefits.
Chair:
Prof. Wenbing Wu, China University of Geosciences, China

Wenbing Wu received the B.S. degree in Civil Engineering at China University of Mining and Technology in 2007, Ph. D. degree in Geotechnical Engineering at Zhejiang University in 2012. He works as a professor and doctoral supervisor at China University of Geosciences (Wuhan). His research areas include theory and technology of pile foundation, soil mechanics and foundation treatment, geotechnical testing technology, marine geotechnical engineering.
Workshop 2 : Non-synoptic Winds
Title 1 : Non-synoptic Winds and Impacts on Civil Engineering Structures
Keywords: Non-synoptic Winds, Flow Fields, Aerodynamic Forces, Design Code
Summary: 
Non-synoptic winds such as tornadoes and downbursts are increasingly becoming a research hot spot in the field of wind engineering. Tornadoes and downbursts have moved through densely populated areas in central and eastern China in recent years. The sudden and high-speed winds caused by tornadoes and downbursts are distinct from typical synoptic wind fields and can cause serious damage to surface structures. However, due to the limited observation data in tornadoes and downbursts, the difficulties in reproducing their flow fields in experiments and numerical simulations, and the complexities in their impacts on civil engineering structures, we are still lack of relevant information on non-synoptic winds.

Therefore, this workshop aims to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and industry. The other goal is to show the latest research in the field of non-synoptic winds and understand how to develop the design code to prevent the urban key structures from being destroyed by non-synoptic winds. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshp title”.
Chair:
Assoc. Prof. Zhenqing Liu, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China 

Zhenqing Liu established a tornado analytical model and a theory for simplifying tornado–induced aerodynamic loads. Moreover, he presided over 2 projects supported by National Natural Science Foundations of China, 1 subproject supported by National Key R&D Program of China, 3 provincial research projects and industrial research projects in which one was entrusted by Toyota Motor Corporation. Additionally, he published 30 papers indexed by SCI in top journals (averaged IF=5.7) as the first author, 2 academic monographs. He owns 13 invention patents and 14 software copyrights. He was selected as a member of Hubei Chutian Scholar Program and won a second prize of Technological Invention Award of Hubei province.
Workshop 3 : Digital Geoengineering and Geoscience
Title:Machine Learning & Data-driven Models in Geosciences and Geoengineering
Keywords: Machine learning, data-driven model, geosciences, geoengineering
Summary: 
In recent years, we have entered the so-called Fourth Paradigm in which observational data is threatening to overwhelm scientists. Big data is characterized by the rule of the five Vs: Volume of data, their Variety, Velocity, Value and Veracity. The concept of big data naturally agree well with the geoscience. This understanding will come through the analysis of increasingly large geo-datasets and from computationally intensive simulations. Large-scale, comprehensive, multidirectional and multifield geotechnical monitoring is becoming a reality in the very near future. Geo-scientists and engineers are faced with the challenge of extracting as much useful information as possible and gaining new insights from these data, simulations, and interplay between the two. The in-depth analysis capabilities such as correction analysis, casual analysis, decision support as well as the rapidly evolving field of machine learning will become the core works in the era of big data. Furthermore, the site monitoring will be promoted to the same or even more important role as the experiment, theoretical analysis and numerical simulation. On the other hand, scientific geoscience data, and the processes used to analyze it, may differ substantially from those encountered with big data in other fields. Therefore, the geotechnical and geological researchers should pay more attention to big data research, enhancing the use of research results of big data from other disciplines to promote the Advances in Machine learning & data-driven models in geosciences and geoengineering.

Chair:
Prof. Wengang Zhang, Geotechnical Engineering, Chongqing University, China


Wengang Zhang is currently a full professor in School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University, China. His research interests focus on impact assessment on the built environment induced by underground construction, as well as big data and machine learning in geotechnics and geoengineering. He serves as Associate Editor for Geoscience Frontiers, and editorial board member for Journal of Rock Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering  and Georisk. He is now the member of the ISSMGE TC304 (Reliability), TC309 (Machine Learning) and TC219 (System Performance of Geotechnical Structures). He has been selected as the World’s Top 2% Scientists 2020.
Workshop 4 : Durability of Steel Structures
Title: Structural Behavior of Corroded Steel Structures
Keywords: Steelstructures; Corrosion; Mechanical behavior; Bearing capacity
Summary: 
Corrosion seriously affects the structural behavior and bearing capacity of steel structures and it has attracted extensive attention in engineering.The aim of this workshop is to provide a chance for the communication among researchers focusing on the durability of steel structures. All approaches such as experimental study, analytical investigation, numerical simulation, and the application of AI in analysis and prediction of the structural behavior of corroded steel structures are within the scope of this workshop. Moreover, the papers dealing with metallic corrosion detection are also welcomed.
Chair:
Prof. Zhengyi KongCivil Engineering, Anhui University of Technology, China

Zhengyi Kong, received a Ph.D. degree in Structural Engineering from Sejong University, South Korea. He did a postdoc in the University of Macau, China. He is working as an assistant professor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Anhui University of Technology. His research interests include Durability of Steel Structures, Design Theory of Steel Structures; Structural Behavior of Stainless Steel; and Steel-Concrete Composite Structures.
He participated in the National Natural Science Foundation of China, National Key Research and Development Project of China, National Research Foundation of Korea, etc. He published more than 40 papers in Construction and Building Materials, Thin-Walled Structures, Engineering Structures, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, and other international journals/conferences, and 30 of the mare indexed by SCI.
Workshop 5 : Sustainable Design, Construction and Maintenance of Bridge Structures
Keywords: bridges; sustainability; lifecycle; green materials and structures
Summary: 
Sustainable development is the development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs. To the bridge engineering community, this definition means planning, designing, constructing and managing bridges that maintain a balance between the three pillars of sustainability: social, economic, and environmental considerations.This workshop aims to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of sustainable design, construction and maintenance of bridge structures.Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Green materials & structures for bridges
  • Sustainability and resilience-based design of bridges
  • Accelerated bridge construction (ABC)
  • Bridge maintenance strategy and sustainability
  • Bridge lifecycle cost analysis
  • New bridge technology for sustainable development
Chair:
Dr. Zhi-Qi HE, Southeast University, China

Zhi-Qi HE received a Ph.D degree in Bridge Engineering from Southeast University (SEU), Nanjing, China. He is currently an Associate Professor at School of Civil Engineering SEU and serves as the Director of the Department of Bridge Engineering. His research interests include design theory for bridge structures and accelerated bridge construction. Dr. He has published more than 60 technical papers, including 20 articles published in the ACI and ASCE journals. His contributions have been recognized by several awards, including the Chinese National Award for Science and Technology Progress (First Prize), the Excellent Young Scholars Program of Jiangsu Province, and ASCE’s Raymond C. Reese Research Prize.
Workshop 6 : Sustainable Steel and Composite Structures
Title: Design for Resilience, Deconstruction, Reusability of Steel and Composite Structures in the Circular Economy
Keywords: steel and composite structures, sustainability, deconstruction, reusability, circular economy
Summary: 
The contemporary world faces the challenges of environmental impacts and resource constraints, where the construction industry accounts for approximately one-third of the total COemissions of the world. As attention is being focused increasingly towards minimising carbon emissions and waste deposits, high-performance construction materials (e.g., high strength steel and UHPC), new structural system concepts (e.g., resilience, deconstruction and reusability), and new construction technologies and concepts (e.g., MiC or PPVC, life-cycle assessment and circular economy) have been developed and adopted in steel and composite structures that have a significant portion in the construction industry. These advanceshave blazed new trails in modern civil engineering, which are being actively pursued by both academia and engineering communities. The workshop is expected to bring together recent state-of-the-art research, facilitate discussions on future strategies for developing sustainable andresilient steel and composite structures, and further provide essential knowledge towards encouraging, promoting, and codifying a reduction in environmental impacts and COemissions in the construction industry.
Chair 1:
Prof. Fei Xu, Structural Engineering, Chongqing University, China

Dr Fei Xu is currently a full Professor in the School of Civil Engineering at Chongqing University. She obtained her PhD degree in Structural Engineering and Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering both at Zhejiang University. Her research interests are in the field of steel and composite structures, including structural design of tubular structures, ductile and low cycle fatigue fracture of structural steels and members, and reusable steel and steel composite structures. She received JSPS Fellowship from the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) and the "Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize" from the Institute of Civil Engineering, UK (ICE) in 2019 and 2020. She has been selected in the Program of Overseas Young Talents in 2020.

Chair 2:
Dr. Ke Ke, School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University, China

Dr. Ke Ke is currently a Research Professor in School of Civil Engineering at Chongqing University. He obtained the PhD degree in Structural Engineering and Bachelor's degree in Civil Engineering at Tongji University and Hunan University, respectively. His research interests include wind structures, seismic design of steel structures, behaviour of steel members and connections, and smart materials.
Workshop 7 : Green Building Technology
Title: Building Energy Efficiency Technology
Keywords: building energy, renewable energy, green building technology, energy storage, carbon emissions, carbon neutrality 
Summary: 
Building energy consumption analysis and measures to save energy, including the analysis of hourly building energy consumption, the use of renewable energy in the building field, green building technology, the use of energy storage technology in the building, building energy consumption and carbon emissions and carbon neutralization.
Chair:
Doctor zhen Liang, Donghua University, China

Dr Zhen Liang received a Ph.D degree in HVAC from Harbin Institute of Technology. She works as an associate professor at College of Environmental Science and Engineering, Donghua University. Her research interests include buildings energy efficiency, technology and indoor air quality.
She has taken part in several national projects such as National Science & Technology Pillar Program during the Twelfth Five-year Plan Period and Fourteenth Five-year Plan Period and the ‘863’ Program. In recent years, she has published over 30 research papers in peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings.
Workshop 8 : High-Performance Structures Towards Earthquake Resiliency
Keywords: earthquake resilience, damage-free structures, self-centering structures, rocking structures, replaceable structural fuse
Summary: 
Earthquake is one of the main natural disasters faced by the mankind. In the past decades, earthquake-induced structural collapse was the major concern in seismic design of building structures. Nowadays seismic design concept has been shifted from collapse prevention to seismic resilience, and therefore, a number of innovative high-performance structures has been proposed in recent years to improve both the seismic performance and structural resiliency. More attention for future researches in this filed may be devoted to:
(1) new resilient concepts from material, component and structural levels
(2) Resilience based seismic design of structural and non-structural components
(3) Seismic resilience evaluation of structures, etc. 
This session aims to share the knowledge of researches and applications of seismic resilient building systems and to discuss on related future trends.
Chair:
Prof. Junxian Zhao, School of Civil Engineering and Transportation, South China University of Technology

Junxian Zhao received a Ph.D. degree in Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology. He works as a professor at the School of Civil Engineering, South China University of Technology. His research interests include passive energy dissipation devices and systems, seismic resilience of structures, seismic design of steel structures, high-performance precast structures.
He was in charge of 3 projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and 6 projects funded by the Natural Science Foundation of Guangdong Province and Ministry of Education. He has published more than 60 papers in Earthquake Engineering and Structural Dynamics, ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, Engineering Structures, Journal of Constructional Steel Research and other journals/conferences. He has been authorized 1 American patent and 13 National patent for invention. As the first awardee, he has won the first prize of Hebei Provincial Science and Technology Progress Award in 2019.
Chair:
Dr. Jiulin Bai, School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University

Jiulin Bai received his Ph.D. degree from Harbin Institute of Technology, China, under the supervision of Prof. Jinping Ou. He is currently working as an associate professor at School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University. His research interests include seismic resilience of structural systems, high-performance precast structures, passive energy dissipation devices and systems, wind turbine structures and multiple hazard-based design and analysis. 
He was in charge of 2 projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and 5 projects funded by the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation and Natural Science Foundation of Chongqing. He has now published more than 70 papers in the field of Earthquake Engineering and Structural Engineering, and he served as reviewers for more 30 journals.
Workshop 9 : Recent Advances in Long-span Spatial Structures
Title:Sustainable Materials, Innovative Structural System, Resilient-based Design and Intelligent Construction of Long-span Spatial Structures
Keywords: building material, structural system, resilient-based design, intelligent construction
Summary: 
Long-span spatial structures, including a variety of structure forms, have been widely used in both common building and other special areas, such as the roof structures of stadiums, exhibition and convention centers, airport terminals, and the backup structures of large-aperture ground-based radio telescope or satellite antennas. This workshop aims at providinga forum for scientific researchers and engineers on recent advances in the fields, which include, but are not limit to sustainable building materials, innovative structural systems, static and dynamic nonlinear structuralstability, resilient-based seismic design and seismic isolation technology, as well as intelligent construction and maintenancetechnology for long-span spatial structures.
Chair:
Asso. Prof. Dr. Jie Zhong, Sichuan University, China

Dr. Jie Zhong received his Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, Master and Ph. D degrees in Structural Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology. He currently works as an associate professor at College of Architecture & Environment, Sichuan University. His research interests cover structural stability, non-uniform temperature field and effect on large-aperture antenna structures, seismic design and seismic isolation technology of long-span steel and timber roof structures. At present, his research on the resilient-based seismic design seismic isolation of long-span spatial structures is granted by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, and he has published more than 20 articles in important journals and conferences.
Workshop 10 : Ubiquitous mapping, Space-time position, Artificial intelligence, Teaching
Title:Exploration of Ubiquitous Mapping in Engineering Practice Curriculum System of Universities in the Intelligent Age
Keywords: ubiquitous surveying and mapping, new road exploration, platform construction, epidemic application
Summary: 
In the current era of digital surveying and mapping towards intelligent surveying and mapping, the proposal of ubiquitous surveying and mapping has brought many opportunities and challenges. With the development of ubiquitous surveying and mapping, the current engineering practice courses in colleges and universities urgently need to respond to the slogan of ubiquitous surveying and mapping and improve the traditional Some shortcomings in surveying and mapping. This exploration allows college engineering practice courses to integrate new ideas of ubiquitous surveying and mapping, using Android, B/S, and C/S three modes to build a platform, incorporating cutting-edge data processing related knowledge such as gravity measurement. Cultivating surveying and mapping talents put forward some new ideas, and also provided new ideas for surveying practice courses in the context of the epidemic.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of Surveying and Mapping. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject of both: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshp title”.
Chair:
Associate Prof. Wei Li, School of Geomatics, Lanzhou Jiaotong University

Wei Li received a Ph.D. degree in Geodetic Surveying and Mapping Engineering from Wuhan University. He works as a associate professor at the School of Geomatics, Lanzhou Jiaotong University. His research interests include Natural Disaster Protection, Crustal Movement and Deformation Analysis, Geophysics and Geodesy.
He participated in the National Natural Science Foundation, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, "Young Scientific and Technological Talents Supporting Project" Project of Gansu Province, Natural Science Foundation of Gansu Province, "Tianyou Youth Talents Supporting Project" Program of  Lanzhou Jiaotong University, etc. Based on these projects, he published more than 20 papers in Acta Geodaetica et Cartographica Sinica, Exploration Geophysics, Journal of Asian Earth Sciences, Journal of Applied & Computational Mathematics and other journals/conferences.
Workshop 11 : Offshore & Deepwater Bridge and Tunnel Engineering
Title:Symposium on Design and Research Advance of Offshore & Deepwater Bridge and Tunnel Engineering
Keywords: Offshore & Deepwater Bridge, Tunnel Engineering, Dynamic behavior, Safety and stability
Summary: 
With the economic development, population expansion, and resource exploitation in coastal and ocean engineering. More and more Offshore & Deepwater Bridge and Tunnel are adopted in practical engineering. The Offshore & Deepwater Bridge and Tunnel may experience complex ocean environment conditions, such as wave, current, earthquake, which is key to structural safe operation. The aim of this workshop is to pay more attention on design and research advance of offshore & deep-water bridge and tunnel engineering under complex ocean environment conditions excitations.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of Bridge and Tunnel Engineering. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject of both: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title workshp title.
Chair:
Assistant Prof. Zhiwen Wu, College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Guangxi University

Zhiwen Wu, Assistant Professor in College of Civil Engineering and Architecture at Guangxi University. He received his Ph.D. in Engineering Mechanics from the Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou in 2016, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher at Guangxi University from 2016 to 2018 under the guidance of the Professor Guoxiong Mei who is the Yangtze River Scholar in China. His research activities are focusing on vibration control for the cable of the submerged floating tunnel, structural design theory for ocean bridge and tunnel engineering, and marine geotechnical engineering. In recent years, he has implemented about 5 projects from National Natural Science Foundation, Doctoral Program Foundation of State Education Ministry, the Systematic Project of Guangxi Key Laboratory of Disaster Prevention and Structural Safety, etc. He has published more than 30 papers which include 25 SCI/EI papers by the first author or correspondent author.
Workshop 12 : Innovation and Application of Construction 3D Printing
Title:State-of-the-art of 3D printing technology of cementitious material—An emerging technique for construction
Keywords: 3D concreteprinting, Digital fabrication, Construction automation, Cementitious composites
Summary: 
3D concrete printing (3DCP) is generally acclaimed for many advantages over traditional construction methods, which include (but not limited to) the simplification of procurement supply chains, liberation of the need for moulds in component manufacturing, alleviated on-site management workload for trades, and elimination of temporary scaffolding for wall building. The production flexibility, especially for complex geometries, increases productivity and decreases cost and waste. 3DCP is identified as a gateway to digitization of construction sector throughout the building procedure from design to manufacturing. 
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research and application accomplishments provided by young scholars/engineers from academia and the industry. We intend to gather innovative ideas, benchmark future developments, and exploit the direction to promote the technology to a higher intelligent level, and thus enabling greater penetration of the technology into commercial production.
Chair:
Associate Prof. Li Wang, Structural Engineering, Hebei University of Technology

He mainly engaged in the basic theoretical research and innovative application of 3D printing materials and structures. He has presided 3 projects of National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC), Key R&D plans in Hebei Province, Natural Science Foundation of Tianjin and Hebei, and many other provincial projects. He has published more than 50 high-level papers, authorized more than 20 invention patents, 3 software copyrights, participated in 6 group standards related to 3D printing. His research achievement have been applied in Maozhou River in Shenzhen, Luohe demonstration area in Henan and Expressway in Hebei, etc., He has got the First Prize of Hebei Technological Invention Award in 2020.
Workshop 13 : Resilient and Smart City
Title:Resilience and Smartness of City & its Sub-systems in Disasters
Keywords: Earthquake, Wind, Accidental Event, Resilience and Smart city
Summary: 
Serious disasters such as earthquake to a city with a large number of populations is commonly catastrophic. Resilience and smartness are two dominant characteristics of a future city, which aim to make the city stronger and more intelligent to a potential disturbance. City is a very complex society system due to its culture and history. City is also a very complex physical system because of its series sub-systems: building group, traffic system, water supply and drainage systems, heating supply system, power supply system, communication system, and hospital system, etc. The cascade effect among above sub-systems and their integration rule to city level is a function chain problem. This workshop is a way to bring together the accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The disaster impact may include earthquake, wind, accidental event (fire, rain, blasting, epidemic, and things like these). The consequence may the influence of damage of one element (e.g., a building collapse) or one sub-system to the whole city/region, or uniform influence on the whole city/region. We deeply encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on this topic.
Chair:
Prof. Shuang Li, Disaster Prevision and Reduction, Harbin Institute of Technology, China

Shuang Li received a Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, China. He is currently a professor in School of Civil Engineering in the same institute. His research interests include prevention of building collapse by earthquake and accident events, resilience building and city. He has published over 120 papers, he also holds 20 patents and serve as editors of 3 journals. He has won the 1 National Prize of Science and Technology and 1 Heilong Provincial Prize of Science and Technology. He is also members of a series of committees relevant to earthquake ground motion and observation and prevention of building collapse.
Workshop 14 : Disaster Resilience of Bridge Structures
Title:Resilience Assessment, Resilience Improvement and Post-Disaster Repair of Bridge Structures
Keywords: Bridge; Resilience; Disasters; Earthquake; Collision; Multi-hazards
Summary: 
Bridge structure is the important part of lifeline engineering. The bridge may suffer different disasters during operation, including earthquake, collision, blast, wind, waves, flood as well as multi-hazards. The disaster resilience of bridge structures is vital to the resilience of lifeline and city. This workshops aims to discuss the new theories and technologies for the disaster resilience assessment, resilience improvement as well as post-disaster repair of bridge structures. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
(1)Resilience assessment of bridge structures under different disasters (including earthquake, collision, blast, wind, waves, flood as well as multi-hazards)
(2)Resilient bridge structures from material (high-strength and high-performance material), component (isolation bearing, BRB, etc.) and structural levels (isolation, replaceable members, rocking piers, etc.)
(3)Post-disaster repair of bridge structures
Chair:
Associate Prof. Junsheng Su, School of Civil Engineering, Tianjin University

Junsheng Su received his Ph.D. degree in Bridge and Tunneling Engineering from Tongji University, China. He is currently an associate professor in School of Civil Engineering of Tianjin University. His research interests include the seismic design of bridge structures, resilience assessment of bridge structures and the application of high-performance material in bridge engineering. He has hosted 6 projects from National Natural Science Foundation, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, Natural Science Foundation of Tianjin and the Open Projects of Key Laboratory. He has published over 20 papers and serves as reviewer for many journals, including Engineering Structures, ACI Structural Journal, Engineering Fracture Mechanics, etc. He is the Outstanding Reviewer of Engineering Structures.
Workshop 15 : Smart City, Better Life
Title:Big Data, Artificial Intelligence and Smart Water System
Keywords: Smart Water; Big Data; Internet of Things; Cloud Computing; Artificial Intelligence
Summary: 
On the basis of new technologies such as big data, the Internet of things, cloud computing, artificial intelligence, etc., combined with the current status of urban informatization, all water resources are integrated. Starting from the actual needs of water business applications, the goals of smart water construction, models to build a smart water information system, and new technologies for smart water system will be discussed in this workshop.
Chair:
Prof. Shihu Shu, Municipal Engineering, Donghua University

He graduated from Harbin Institute of Technology in 2009 with a doctor's degree in municipal engineering, and worked as a postdoctoral in civil engineering of Tongji University during 2009-2011. He is now a professor of Donghua University, a leader of municipal engineering, and the director of the Intelligent Water Research Institute of the Institute of artificial intelligence. He is mainly engaged in the simulation and optimization of water supply and drainage pipe network system. He is also a member of the Standing Committee of China leakage control expert committee of International Water Association, an expert member of water safety management of International Water Association, an executive director of municipal engineering branch of China Society of civil engineering and an expert member of water industry branch, a member of science and Technology Committee and equipment committee of China Urban Water Association, and an expert member of China Municipal Engineering Association.
Workshop 16 : Novel geomaterials in transportation geotechnics
Title:Novel materials and applications for hydraulic and thermal barriers in subgrades
Keywords: Transportation geotechnics; soil improvement, soil hydraulic property; thermal isolation layer
Summary: 
The design, construction and maintenance of transportation infrastructures have a critical consideration on hydraulic- and thermal-induced disasters such as volumetric instability in saline soils and frost heave in seasonal frozen subgrades. At present, full-scale experiments, construction practice and in-situ monitoring all show that the existing techniques are not enough to mitigate all these impacts, and therefore new approaches are in need.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to introduce some potential approaches addressing aforementioned issues in the field of transportation geotechnics. Subtopics may include but not limit to:
(1)Hydrophobic granular materials as an impervious barrier: fundamental, theory and attempts;
(2)Encapsulated materials as thermal isolation barriers;
(3)The latest progress of stabilization and amelioration of special soils in subgrades.
Chair:
Dr. Hongjie Lin, Sun Yat-sen University

Dr. Hongjie Lin is an Assistant Professor at the School of Civil Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University, since 2021. Prior to that he obtained a Bachelor degree (B.Eng) in Beijing Jiaotong University in 2015 and then a doctoral one (Ph.D) in The University of Hong Kong under the supervision of Professor Sérgio D.N. Lourenço. He now works in the filed of transportation geotechnics. His research interest falls in soil improvement & stabilization and hydraulic behavior of special soils, with a goodwilling to cooperate with researchers from the field of earthen materials, unsaturated soils, infrastructure monitoring and restoration, etc. He has published a number of papers in top-ranking journals and served as a reviewer in more than 20 journals.
Workshop 17 : Civil Engineering in the Era of Ecological Civilization
Title:Integration and Symbiosis of Engineering Construction and Natural Process
Keywords: Greenbuilding Material, Engineering Environment, Low-carbon, Energy-saving
Summary: 
China has entered a new era of building an ecological civilized society. As a landscape construction activity contrary to the natural process, civil engineering inevitably interferes with the natural environment. Some large-scale construction activities even lead to many ecological security risks such as soil erosion, geological disasters, water shortage or water pollution. Emphasizing the integration of project planning and design with the local natural ecological environment, using green building materials, low-carbon energy-saving construction technology, reducing the impact of engineering environment, adhering to the ecological value orientation of project evaluation and management, etc, are the implementation of the concept of ecological civilization at the micro level.
One of the objectives of this seminar is to bring together excellent research results and practical cases provided by academic and industry researchers. Another objective is to jointly explore the future transformation, development direction, professional education and system construction of civil engineering industry in the era of ecological civilization.
Chair:
Assistant Prof. Junting Chen, Department of Architecture and Planning, Guangxi University
 
She graduated from School of Geography and Environmental Sciences, Sun Yat-sen University. Her research interests focus on small-scale human activity interference and ecological environment response, as well as the study of planning and design by ecological way. She has published several articles in the fields of urban planning, sponge city design, venous industry spatial planning and urban water resources management under the influence of microclimate.
Workshop 18 : Damping control, Base isolation, Seismic response
Title:Seismic performance of base isolation structure
Keywords: structure, base isolation, damping control, earthquake, dynamic response
Summary: 
There were many structure destruction cases in previous earthquakes, a large number of casualties and heavy economic losses have been caused, so it is extremely urgent to reduce structure damage probability under earthquake. Seismic isolation and damping control provide an effective way for structure safetyunder earthquake action.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research and application accomplishments provided by scholars and engineers from structure engineering and disaster prevention and mitigation engineering and protection engineering. We intend to gather innovative ideas, speed up the application of seismic reduction and isolation technology in engineering, and thus effectively improve the seismic capacity of engineering structures.
Chair:
Dr. Wei Jing, Lanzhou University of Technology, China

Dr. Wei Jing is an Assistant Professor at the School of Civil Engineering, Lanzhou University of Technology. He obtained a doctoral degree in Lanzhou University of Technology in 2017 under the supervision of Prof. Xuansheng Cheng. His research areas include seismic response, damping control, base isolation, soil-structure interaction and liquid storage tank. He has published more than 20 articles indexed by SCI/EI. He has also presided 2 projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China, 1 project supported by China Post doctoral Science Foundation, and 1 project supported by Gansu Youth Science and Technology Fund Project.
Workshop 19 : Intelligent Transportation Systems
Title:ECO-oriented traffic data modelling, planning, control, and evacuation
Keywords: ECO-oriented ITS, traffic data modelling and simulation, travel planning and guidance, traffic management andcontrol, traffic safety and disaster evacuation, public transit operation and service, shared mobility
Summary: 
Various types of motorizedandnon-motorized vehicles have pushed human society forward, by making the mobility of people and goods possible, providing fast and comfortable travel experience, facilitating social interactions and so on. However, the rapidly increasing number of vehicles have also brought sever problems into cities, such as traffic disasters (congestion, construction, accidents, traffic infrastructure damage, etc.), energy overconsumption, and air pollution. Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) is a series of advanced technologies and applications which aims to provide innovative methods and services relating to different transport modes and traffic management and enable various participants to be better organized and informed for making safer, more efficient, more coordinative, and smarter usage of transport networks and facilities. Nowadays, responding to the deterioration of the ecological environment, the ITS concept has been shifted from efficiency improvement to ecological protection beside safety. Therefore, many innovative eco-driving technologies has been proposed in recent years to improve both ecology and efficiency, which refers to low pollution and energy consumption. 
This workshop aims to share together the recent state-of-the-art researches and state-of-the-practice applications, and facilitate discussions on future ECO-oriented ITS strategies. Especially, the following research topics may be paid more attention as follows:
(1) Low-cost evaluation and simulation of Eco-driving involving energy consumption and emission;
(2) ECO-based travel planning, traffic control and guidance, vehicle control;
(3) Shared mobility policy, operation, management, service; and 
(4) Traffic disaster identification and evacuation, etc.
Chair:
Dr. Yongjie Lin, South China University of Technology, China

Dr. Yongjie Lin received a Ph.D. degree in School of Control Science and Engineering at Shandong University, China, in 2014. During his Ph.D. program, he has studied at University of Maryland, College Park, USA for one year as a visiting student which was supported by China Scholarship Council. He held a one-year Postdoctoral position at the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Northwestern University, USA. He is currently an assistant professor at the School of Civil Engineering and Transportation, South China University of Technology. He has published over 30 journal and conference academic papers about traffic data analysis, traffic operations and control. Also, he has been authorized 12 National patent for invention, China. Moreover, he was in charge of 9 projects and is leading 5 projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, local governments and companies.
Workshop 20
Title: Novel design methods for architectural and civil engineering structures
Keywords: Architectural Design, Structural Ddesign, Topology Optimization, Design Method, BIM
Summary: 
With the rapid economic development, the efficiency of computers has been greatly improved, more and more utility software and calculation methods have also been developed. The improvement of people's requirements for the overall level of construction engineering has promoted tremendous progress in the design methods of architectural and civil engineering structures. This session will mainly focus on the research progress of design methods for architectural and civil engineering structures, including but not limited to new CAD/CAE technologies, structural optimization methods, BIM technology, and applications of intelligent algorithms, data-driven, and virtual reality technology in architectural and civil engineering structural design.
Chair:
Prof. Peng Wei, South China University of Technology, China

Peng Wei, an associate professor of the school of civil engineering and transportation in South China University of Technology. He received his bachelor and master degree from Dalian University of Technology in 1999 and 2002, and Ph.D. from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2007. His research interests include computational mechanics, structural topology optimization, finite element methods, material design, 3D printing and intelligent construction.

Workshop 21: Smart construction engineering and management
Title: AI-enabled approaches for construction industry revolution
Keywords: Construction engineering and management; Artificial intelligence; Big data; Digital transformation
Summary: 
In the era of “Industry 4.0”, various artificial intelligence (AI) technologies can hold promises to deliver smarter construction engineering and management. At present, the continuous application of AI in construction has become a hot research topic, which is driving a new evolutionary process of civil engineering towards more sustainable and intelligent development. AI has great potential to well deal with the full lifecycle of a construction projectin nature of uniqueness, labor-intensive, dynamics, complexity, and uncertainty, resulting in increased automation, efficiency, and safety of the project execution. 
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research and application accomplishments provided by young scholars/engineers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show and discuss the latest innovation for boosting digitalization and intelligence in the construction industry. The potential AI-enabled solutions to be discussed include, but are not limited to: knowledge representation and discovery, information fusion, intelligent optimization, computer vision, natural language processing, digital twin, and others.
Chair:
Assistant Prof. Yue Pan, Department of Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Dr. Yue Pan is currently an Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, since October 2021. She obtained her Ph.D. degree at the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering in Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in September 2021. Prior to that, she received the Master degree of Civil Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University, USA, in 2018, where she was involved in the group of advanced infrastructure systems (AIS). She earned the Bachelor degree of Engineering Mechanics from Tongji University, China, in 2016. Her research interests fall in construction informatics, building information modeling, data mining, and computer vision to support smart construction engineering and management. She has published over 20 first-authored journal papers and served as the reviewer for many journals, including Automation in construction, Knowledge-based systems, etc.
Workshop 22: Underground Engineering
Title: Urban Underground Space
Keywords: undergroundspace, tunnelling, design, construction, operation
Summary: 
One of the biggest challenges is the design of sustainable underground space and the exploration of how tunneling can help address the problems of urban sprawl, traffic congestion and pollution that have threatened the prospects of biodiversity, livability and general well-being of the inhabitants. Underground space is an important potential resource, where effective utilization of urban underground space can perfect the urban comprehensive function.
The growing need for underground space in urban areas as an alternative to surface alignments, for space under existing surface structures. It is particularly important that people involved in the design and development of underground space should work together and exchange their experiences to promote the development and use of more underground facilities. In addition, technological development aimed at facilitating more risk-free underground construction must be pursued.
We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject of both: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshop title”.
Chair:
Prof. Qian Fang, Civil Engineering, Beijing Jiaotong University, China

Prof. Qian Fang obtained his Ph. D. form Beijing Jiaotong University, China, in 2010, and then took the position of lecturer, associate professor and professor at the same university. He is the deputy director of department of underground engineering in Beijing Jiaotong University, and was chosen as the Youth Talent of Ten-Thousand Talents Plan in 2020. His research areas mainly cover structure design and safety control of underground engineering. He is principal investigator (PI) of a Key Project of High-speed Rail Joint Fund of National Natural Science Foundation of China and PI of two other projects supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). He serves as deputy secretary of International Society for Rock Mechanicsand Rock Engineering (ISRM) Commission on subsea tunnel, committee of the Rock Dynamics Commission of Chinese Society for Rock Mechanics and Engineering (CSRME) and committee of the Underwater Tunnel Engineering Technology Commission of CSRME. He has authored over 150 papers in peer-reviewed journals (Google Scholar h-index: 25). Among his publications, 55 papers are indexed by SCI, and 6 papers are ESI highly cited papers, and 2 papers are ESI hot papers.
Workshop 23: Dual-Driven Structural Performance Assessment
Title: Dual-Driven Probabilistic Damage and Failure Assessment of Engineering Structures under Hazards
Keywords: performance assessment, mechanics-driven, data-driven, uncertainty, probabilistic analysis
Summary: 
Engineering structures are under the threat of different sources of hazards, e.g. earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, blast loads, etc., which may cause damage and even failure of the structures. To quantify the damage extent and ensure structural safety, it is of great importance to develop reliable damage analysis and/or performance assessment methods, which should also account for different sources of uncertainties, as they will have a significant effect on the final results. Up to date, there are two major families of methods in this field, i.e., mechanics-driven and data-driven. Mechanics-driven approaches have a solid physical background while data-driven approaches are more rapid and robust. To take full advantage of both approaches, it is also popular to combine them for a better solution. The objective of this workshop is to bring together researchers and engineers to present, discuss and exchange the latest developments in relevant fields. Fundamental researches and practical applications are both welcome.
Chair:
Assoc. Prof. De-Cheng Feng, School of Civil Engineering, Southeast University, China

Dr. De-Cheng Feng is an Associate Professor at the School of Civil Engineering, Southeast University. He received his B. Eng. in Civil Engineering from Southeast University in 2010 and Ph.D. in Structural Engineering from Tongji University in 2016. He has been a visiting scholar at Lehigh University (2014-2015) and the University of California, Los Angeles (2019-2020). His research interest focuses on developing dual-driven approaches for performance analysis and assessment of structure and infrastructures. He is the Associate Editor for the ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering and has published more than 80 SCI-indexed scientific papers. His Google Scholar citations are over 1300 and the H-index is 22. Dr. Feng has also received several important awards including the Science and Technology Progress Award of Shanghai (First Prize, 2019), the Promoting Young Scholars of China (2018), the Zhi-Shan Scholar of Southeast University (2019), the Young Researchers Award of ECCOMAS Thematic Conference (2019), etc.
Workshop 24: Experimental Techniques
Title: Structural Performance Evaluation using Advanced Experimental Techniques
Keywords: experiment, real-time hybrid simulation, integration algorithm, delay compensation, structural control
Summary: 
The experiment technique is one of the main approaches to investigate the performance of engineering structures subjected to various kinds of loads or actions, such as earthquake. With the advent of new and complicated structural types, there is an urgent demand for developing experimental techniques. For instance, real-time hybrid simulation is one of the promising experimental techniques and attracts the interests of researchers all over the world. There are a lot of related research content such as integration algorithm, delay compensation and applications such as structural control and soil structure interaction. The aim of this workshop is to bring together researchers and engineers to present, discuss and exchange the latest developments in experimental techniques.
Chair:
Assoc. Prof. Bo Fu, School of Civil Engineering, Chang’an University, China

Dr. Bo Fu is an associate professor of Chang'an University. He obtained his Ph.D. degree from Tongji University in 2017. He has been a visiting scholar at Lehigh University (2013-2015). He is a member of the Youth Committee for Earthquake Prevention and Mitigation of Infrastructure of the Chinese Seismological Society, a member of the Academic Committee of the Symposium on Hybrid Simulation Technology of Engineering Structures, and a review expert of more than 20 scientific journals such as Journal of Structural Engineering. His research interest focuses on structural vibration control and earthquake resistance of engineering structure. He has published more than 30 scientific papers, and won the Annual Best Paper Award of JAABE Journal jointly issued by the Architectural Societies of China, Japan and South Korea, the Outstanding Academic Paper Award of Huixian Earthquake Engineering Conference, the First Prize of Science and Technology of Shaanxi Colleges and Universities and Liu Huixian Earthquake Engineering Scholarship.
Workshop 25: Multi-hazard Hybrid Simulation and Risk Mitigation of Engineering Structures
Title: Advances in Hybrid Simulation, Performance Assessment & Risk Mitigation of Wind Turbine, Bridge and Building under Multiple Loads
Keywords: hybrid simulation, performance assessment, risk mitigation, multiple loads
Summary: 
In the past decades, many studies have been conducted on the methods of testing and numerical simulation, performance assessment and risk mitigation of structures under single load, such as earthquake and strong wind. As the demands for structural functions increase, a number of coastal and offshore engineering structures have been constructed, including wind turbines, bridges and buildings. Due to the complex environment, these structures are facing threats of various loads during their life cycles, such as earthquakes, winds, waves, and corrosion. Therefore, novel approaches of hybrid simulation and structural performance assessment toward to multi-hazard are developing rapidly. This session aims at providing researchers a platform to present their latest developments as well as communicate with other scholars on the following topic:
1) Novel hybrid simulation method for structures under single or multiple dynamic loads;
2) Theories and applications on performance assessment & risk mitigation of wind turbine, bridge and building under multi-load.
Chair:
Associate Prof. Zhu MEI, College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Wenzhou University, China

Dr. Zhu Mei received a Ph.D. degree in Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology and also a Ph.D. degree from University of Trento. She worked as an associate professor at College of Architecture & Environment, Sichuan University from 2018 to 2021. And now she is an associate professor at College of Civil Engineering & Architecture, Wenzhou University. Her research interests include developing the multi-hazard hybrid simulation method for bridge and wind turbine, FE-model-based parameter identification, seismic performance of reinforced concrete bridges. 
She was in charge of 4 project funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Natural Science Foundation of Sichuan Province and China Postdoctoral Science Foundation. She has published more than 20 papers in Mechanical Systems and Signal ProcessingEarthquake Engineering and Structural DynamicsStructural Control and Health MonitoringEngineering StructuresEngineering Mechanics and other journals/conferences. She has been authorized 2 National patents and 4 software copyrights.
Workshop 26: Durability, FRP, Fiber and Confined concrete
Title: Fiber reinforced concrete and structures with FRP under disastrous environment
Keywords: FRP, Fiber reinforced, Confined concrete, Durability, Disastrous environment
Summary: 
With the development of economy, the real estate industry and infrastructure are also developing, every year a large number of concrete are consumed at the same time,while constantly produce a large number of construction waste. The use of recycled concrete is the key to realize the recycling and reuse of construction waste resources. It is the key to expand the application scope of recycled concrete to enhance the mechanical properties and durability of recycled concrete and its constrained components in the disaster environment. The theme of this seminar is to focus on the research progress of the mechanical properties and durability of recycled concrete materials under fiber-reinforced, FRP constrained and disaster environments. 
The purpose of this symposium is to bring together the research findings of researchers in academia and industry. Another objective is to present the latest research results in the field of fiber reinforced recycled concrete and its constrained components. Future authors are encouraged to provide relevant outstanding research papers on topics including but not limited to: fiber reinforced recycled concrete materials, FRP-constrained recycled concrete members, fiber reinforced recycled concrete in a catastrophic environment and its FRP-constrained members.
Chair:
Prof. Jiangfeng Dong, Civil and Mechanics Engineering, Sichuan University

Jiangfeng Dong received a Ph.D. degree in Structural Engineering from Sichuan University. He worked as a professor at the School of Architecture and Environment, Sichuan University. His research interests include novel special engineering concrete and structure with FRP.
He participated in the National Natural Science Foundation, National Key Projects, National Key Research and Development Project, Chinese National Programs for High Technology Research and Development, etc. Based on these projects, he published more than 80 papers in Composites Part B, Engineering Structures, Construction and Building Materials, and other journals/conferences.
Workshop 27: Disproportionate Collapse of Building Structures
Title: Mitigation of Progressive/Disproportionate Collapse of Building Structures
Keywords: Progressive collapse, robustness, integrity, catenary action, membrane action
Summary: 
During the service life, a building structure is susceptible to local damage induced by some extreme events, for example, explosion, impact, fire, and so on. If the structure lacks sufficient robustness and integrity, the local damage would spread widely, finally leading to a complete collapse or a large-scale failure disproportionate to the initial local damage, which is defined as the progressive collapse of building structures. Despite the low possibility of such events, once happened, it would bring about heavy personnel casualties, substantial loss of property, and very negative social influence. With the occurrence of three well-known collapse events, including the Ronan Point apartment in London in 1968, the Alfred P. Murrah office building in Oklahoma in 1995, and the World Trade Center in New York in 2001, scholars worldwide gradually realized the significance of the robustness of building structures against progressive collapse and conducted research studies on the resistance of remaining structures to mobilize alternate load path and develop catenary action or membrane action, to bridge over lost structural members. Measures to mitigate the progressive collapse of building structures were also investigated during the past decades. Therefore, the main objectives of the current topic include a) robustness of building structures against progressive collapse; b) measures to mitigate progressive collapse. All types of buildings, including concrete, steel, and composite structures are welcome.
Chair:
Prof. Bo Yang, School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University

Bo Yang received a Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from Nanyang Technological University. He is working as a professor at the School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University. His research interests include progressive collapse of building structures and high performance structural materials.
He participated in the National Natural Science Foundation, National Key Research and Development Project, etc. Based on these projects, he published more than 100 papers in Journal of Structural Engineering-ASCE, Engineering Structures and other journals/conferences.
Workshop 28: Industrial heritage、Protection、Renewal
Title: Protection and renewal of Hefei industrial heritage
Keywords: Industrial heritage, Science protection, Organic update, Innovative reuse, Hefei
Summary: 
Urban renewal is not only a necessary process from incremental planning to stock planning, but also a symbol of China's strength and progress. Urban renewal has the characteristics of individuality, diversity and complexity. Industrial heritage is a special asset and resource in urban culture, as well as the product of new China's industrial civilization era, which has the value of historical research, cultural heritage and reuse. Its architectural style and spatial structure are quite different from that of modern industry, giving young people different experiences and feelings. At present, with the rapid renewal of cities, local governments pay far less attention to the protection and reuse of industrial heritage, and even serious damage occurs. Therefore, how to better protect the industrial heritage under the background of urban renewal, and give full play to its due historical, social and use value, become a problem we need to focus on.
Chair:
Prof. Ji Wenmei, Anhui Jianzhu University

She has presided over philosophy and Social Planning project of Anhui Province, Social Science Innovation and Development Project of Anhui Province, Development Research Center of Anhui Province Government, Construction Department of Anhui Province, Education Department of Anhui Province, and participated in nearly 30 projects such as support plan, fund project and key laboratory of The Ministry of Science and Technology of China. Based on the above research topics, 40 academic papers and 3 professional works have been published.
Her research interests includes: architectural design and theory, history and theory of regional architecture, conservation and utilization of historic buildings.
Workshop 29
Title: Carbon negative construction materials and structures
Keywords: wood; bamboo; mechanical behavior; structural performance
Summary: 
A new interest on sustainable materials for structural applications is being raised around the world, owing to a series of severe challenges (e.g., energetic crisis, environmental pollution, resource depletion, etc) and their resulting regulations. On the other hand, the choice of structural materials can have a significant effect on the global environment (i.e., the greenhouse effect). Both wood and bamboo can absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere as they grow. The net accumulation of carbon in the atmosphere is generally 5.5 ton of carbon per hectare (tCO2/ha) approximately for European forestry. Besides, both wood and bamboo structures can storage carbon for many years. Due to the excellent strength-to-weight ratios, ideal thermal insulating and acoustical properties, wood is suitable for different kinds of applications as structural beams and columns, insulating envelopes, shear walls, flooring materials, etc. In comparison to wood, bamboo’s history being used as structural materials can be traced back even further, making bamboo indispensable in human life. This workshop aims to discuss the latest research results for wood and bamboo materials and structures.
Chair:
Prof. Zheng Li, Structural Engineering, Tongji University

Dr. Zheng Li specializes in the area of structural engineering and earthquake engineering. Specifically, he is working on the development of earthquake resilient steel-timber hybrid structures and design and reliability analysis of building structures. Dr. Li is the author of four books and he has published 69 peer reviewed papers in international academic journals such as JSE and ES. He was selected as young talented researcher in Shanghai Rising-star Program, Shanghai Sailing Program and Chenguang Scholar of Shanghai. Dr. Li serves as specialist in the International Standardization Organization ISO-TC165 committee, and he is the chair or the member of the technical committee for six international or national technical codes. His research outcome has been adopted in a few engineering projects such as Taiyuan Botanical Garden (Structural Awards 2021 by IStructE), Qingdao Pearl Visitor Centre (Merit Award of ENR Best Global Projects) and Hyatt Regency Hotel (Gold Nugget Grand Award).
Workshop 30: Heritage Conservation and sustainable development
Keywords: Heritage, Sustainability, Conservation
Summary: 
The concept of sustainable development, whichcould be traced back to the 1980s, refers todevelopment that meets the needs of the present without compromising future possibilities, intersecting social, economic, natural and other aspects. As the carrier of cultural dissemination, heritage has a strong multicultural continuity, which may contribute to global cultural exchanges and integration. Faced with thegradual demise of heritage resources, it is necessary to rationally utilize them under the premise of conservation and sustainability, so as to promote the sustainable development of culture, economy and tourism. Research related to heritage conservation has been extended from static protection and restoration to live conservation, active conservation, creative transformation and other fields. Disciplines such as rational planning, tourism development, and digital technology are also involved. The presentrequires a balance between heritage conservation, effective development and environmental improvement to ensure the subsistence, inheritance and development of heritage, promptly making the heritage a sustainable social activity.
The purpose of this workshop is to celebrate the efforts and contributions of relevant researchers in the academia. Another objective of this event, meanwhile, is to present the latest research results in the field of heritage conservation and sustainable development for further study. Authors are encouraged to submit relateddistinguished research papers, including but not limited to theoretical methods and practical case reviews.
Chair:
Prof. Yao Wu, Architecture School of Soochow University

Yao Wu is a Distinguished Professor and Vice Dean in Architecture School of Soochow University, the Distinguished Professor at City University of Macau(2016-2019), and the Full Professor at Jiangnan University (2005-2016,Wuxi). He has been a Visiting Scholar at Aalto University in Finland(2011-2012). He gained the Doctoral Degree at School of Architecture Southeast University in Mainland China 2004, majors in the Architecture History and Theory, especially focues in Theory and Practice regarding Architecture Heritage Conservation,Urban planning and Landscape, Religion architecture Design.
Currently, Professor Yao Wu takes charge over 10 high-level Research Projects, which are supported by National Education Ministry, Chinese National Nature Science Foundation, Jiangsu Government, Macau foundation, etc. Furthermore, he practices in architecture and environment design crossing different places including Macau, Wuxi, and some places in Mainland China, he had won several domestic and international design prizes.
Workshop 31: Sustainable Intelligent Transportation Systems
Title: Sustainable Solutions for the Intelligent Transportation Systems
Keywords: Sustainable ITS, traffic data modelling and simulation, New energy vehicles, traffic management and control, Unmanned bus, public transit operation and service, shared mobility
Summary: 
The intelligent transportation system improves the operation efficiency of the transportation system and improves its safety and reliability through high-tech means such as information technology and control technology and computer technology. In recent years, sustainable development has become an important topic for the development of intelligent transportation, including new infrastructure and energy circulation, new energy vehicles and new transportation systems, and the development of low-carbon and intelligent transportation equipment.
The new generation of green intelligent transportation strategy development framework includes integrated transportation system, transportation infrastructure system, equipment, organization system and decision-making management system. The development of low-carbon intelligent transportation involves many technologies, and it is necessary to integrate multiple information systems in different fields to ensure effective information circulation and work. In the construction of intelligent transportation systems, there is an urgent need for an ideal sustainable development and operation plan. 
This workshop aims to share together the recent state-of-the-art researches and state-of-the-practice applications, and facilitate discussions on Sustainable Solutions for the ITS. Especially, the following research topics may be paid more attention as follows:
(1)Vital technologies of the intelligent and continuous transportation system
(2) Visualization, Virtual Reality, Digital Twins, Metaverse of intelligent transportation
(3) Renewable energy distribution system in intelligent transportation
(4) New energy vehicles' evolution
(5) Development and technology systems of green and intelligent transportation
(6) Unmanned bus technology 
(7) Shared travel service technology
(8) Clean energy buses in intelligent transportation
Chair:
Associate Prof. Ling Huang, South China University of Technology, China

Dr. Ling Huang received the B.S. degrees in traffic engineering, and the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in system engineering from Beijing Jiaotong University, Beijing, China, in 2001, 2004, and 2007, respectively. Since 2017, she has been an Associate Professor in the School of Civil Engineering and Transportation, South China University of Technology, Guangzhou, China. She is an expert member of Traffic Modeling and Simulation Professional Committee of China Association of Simulation. She is the author of two books, more than 50 articles, and more than 40 inventions. Her research interests include traffic simulation, behavior analysis, driving behavior, pedestrian, computer vision, and traffic simulation applications. She is a Peer Reviewer of journals such as IEEE Transactions on ITS, IET Intelligent Transport Systems and she holds 30 patents.
Workshop 32: Application of Solid Waste in Building Engineering
Title: Mechanical Property, Physical Property and Seismic Behavior of Solid Waste Used in Building Engineering
Keywords: Solid waste; Building engineering; Mechanical property; Physical property; Application
Summary: 
Solid wastes are generated from human activities which could cause damage to the ecological environment and human health. Globally, solid waste has become a growing problem for many countries. The application of solid waste in building engineering is recognized as an effective way due to the large disposal capacity, low cost and wide application range.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the engineering. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of utilization of solid waste in building engineering. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the topics of this workshop.
Chair:
Associate Prof. Li Zhou, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Guizhou University

Li Zhou received a Ph.D. degree in Civil Engineering from Guangxi University. He worked as an associate professor at the College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Guizhou University. His research interests include the application of solid waste in building engineering and the mechanical property of steel-concrete composite structures.
He has hosted 4 projects from National Natural Science Foundation, Science and Technology Foundation of Guizhou Province and the Research Project of Introducing Talents in Guizhou University. He has published over 30 first-authored journal papers and serves as reviewer for many journals, including Journal of Constructional Steel Research, Structures, International Journal of Civil Engineering, etc.
Workshop 33: Earthquakes & Frozen soil & Infrastructures
Title: Earthquake prevention and disaster mitigation of infrastructures under extreme environmental conditions in cold regions
Keywords: infrastructures, earthquake prevention, disaster mitigation, seismic performance, frozen soil, cold regions
Summary: 
The broad cold regions with frozen soil account for more than 50% of the world’s total land area. Infrastructures in cold regions are located on and in the frozen soil, and are always affected by extreme environmental conditions. Ground seasonal freezing and thawing in cold regions can alter boundary conditions of foundations under various external loads. Meanwhile, some of these cold regions are also located in active seismic areas and prone to strong and frequent earthquakes, such as Siberia in Russia, Alaska in USA and Qinghai-Tibet Plateau in China. If earthquakes occur in cold regions, some of the damage to infrastructures could be directly related to the existence of frozen soil. 
Therefore, this workshop aims to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field ofearthquake prevention and disaster mitigation of infrastructures under extreme environmental conditions in cold regions. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Design, construction, maintenance of infrastructures in cold regions
  • Earthquake prevention and disaster mitigation of infrastructures under extreme environmental conditions in cold regions
  • Seismic performance evaluation of infrastructures considering frozen soil effect
  • Frozen soil-structure interaction under various loading conditions
  • New structures, new materials, new techniques for cold region engineering
Chair:
Dr. Xiyin Zhang, School of Civil Engineering, Lanzhou Jiaotong University

Xiyin Zhang received a Ph.D. degree in Northwest Institute of Eco-Environment and Resources, Chinese Academy of Science. He works as an Associate professor at the School of Civil Engineering, Lanzhou Jiaotong University. His research interests include Bridge engineering and Frozen soil engineering, especially for earthquake prevention and disaster mitigation of infrastructures under extreme environmental conditions in cold regions.
He presided over 7 projects from National Natural Science Foundation, China Postdoctoral Science Foundation, Science and Technology Planning Project of Gansu Province, etc. Based on these projects, he published more than 40 papers in peer reviewed journals and obtained over 10 Chinese authorized patents. His contributions have been recognized by several awards, including the Gansu provincial Award for Science and Technology Progress (Second Prize), the Distinguished Young Scholars Program of Gansu Province, and Young Elite Scientist Sponsorship Program by China Association for Science and Technology.
Workshop 34: Offshore Structure–Seabed Interaction
Keywords: shallow foundation, monopile, suction caisson, mooring anchor, pipeline, structure-seabed interface, seabed soil, typhoons, waves, cyclic loadings, deformation accumulation, stability, bearing capacity
Summary: 
With the future climate change, the safety and resilience of offshore structures (include but are not limited to fixed platforms, offshore wind turbines, cross-sea bridges, and submarine pipelines) are facing more and more serious challenges. Inmarine environments, offshore structures are always subjected to extreme environmental loadings during the hurricanes or typhoons, and the seabed soil may not be able to offer sufficient resistance. This has necessitated a fundamental understanding of offshore structure-seabed interaction (OSSI), and scientific/design methods for quantifying OSSI, with full considerations of loading characteristics and constitutive behavior of marine sediments.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of offshore structure-seabed interaction. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject of both: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshp title”.
Chair:
Prof. Zhen Guo, Offshore Geotechnical Engineering, Zhejiang University

Zhen Guo is a professor at the College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University. His current research focus is on the novel testing technology and equipment, and multi-process interactions between marine structure and seabed. Prof. Guo has published 82 high-level SCI journal papers, including 2 ESI Highly Cited Papers. The total citations in SCI-indexed papers have reached 1300 to date. A total of 40 national and 4 international invention patents have been authorized. Prof. Guo is the deputy director of Zhejiang Provincial Key Laboratory, editorial board members of serval international journals, and directors of important societies.
Workshop 35: Smart Cities Theory, Framework, Service, Application, System
Title: The Synergetic Orchestration Towards Innovative Smart Cities
Keywords: Smart Cities, Synergetic Orchestration, Innovative Services, Emerging Technologies, Intelligent Infrastructure, Smart Data
Summary: 
Smart Cities (SC), as a novel solution built on top of large scale IoT systems, experiences a rapid growth worldwide to enhance the quality of life of the residents, reduce the ecological footprint of the city, and ultimately achieve the goal of livability and sustainability. At the development forefront, SC requires novel theory and framework, as well as innovative services, applications and systems, to demonstrate thesynergetic orchestration ofcutting-edge technology (e.g., IoT, 5G, AI, Cloud, Fog and Edge Computing, Big Data, etc.), diverse intelligent infrastructure, massive smart data for rational, meaningful, and high-performance urban solutions.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of Smart Cities.We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject of both: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshp title".
Chair:
Prof. Linlin You, School of Intelligent Systems Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University

Linlin You is an associate professor at the School of Intelligent Systems Engineering, Sun Yat-sen University, and also a research affiliate at the Intelligent Transportation System Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He was a senior post-doc at the Singapore-MIT Alliance for Research and Technology. He received his PhD in Computer Science from the University of Pavia, and his BSc in Software Engineering from the Harbin Institute of Technology. 
He led and participated in projects of National Key Research and Development Program of China, National Natural Science Fund of China, National Research Foundation Singapore, Federal Highway Administration USA, etc. Based on these projects, he published more than 30 journal and conference papers in research fields of Smart Cities, Service Orchestration, Multi-source and Multi-modal Data Fusion, and Machine Learning.
Workshop 36: Green building, Glass envelope, Solar Energy, PCM
Title: Application of paraffin wax in building glass envelope
Keywords: Solar energy thermal utilization, “passive” technology, “active” technology, building energy consumption
Summary: 
Solar energy thermal utilization technology is widely concerned in the field of architecture. Solar energy “passive” technology is mainly that improving the heat gain of building in winter, controlling indoor overheating in summer, strengthening the effect of natural ventilation through the design of building orientation, area, shape, orientation and structural layout. Solar energy “active” technology is that, using a variety of solar heating devices, solar energy is absorbed, converted, and stored for the user’s heat supply to meet the energy needs of buildings during using.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from the academia and industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of solar thermal utilization technology in building. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject of both: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshop title”.
Chair:
Asso. Prof. Changyu Liu, Building Environment and Energy Application Engineering, Northeast Petroleum University

Changyu Liu received the Ph.D. degree from Northeast Agricultural University, is now working in Northeast Petroleum University, majoring in Building Environment and Energy Application Engineering. 
He presided over and participated in more than 20 scientific research projects, including 2 projects of the National Science Foundation of China. He has published more than 20 scientific papers in domestic and foreign academic journals, including 17 in SCIE, with personal impact factor of more than 12.
Workshop 37: Green City Planning and Green Building Design
Title: Urban Planning and Design, Architectural Design and Theory, Ecological Architecture, Building Energy-Saving Technology, Eco building materials, Renewable energy application
Keywords: green city, green building, architectural design, urban planning, building energy-saving, ecological building material, hot-humid climate
Summary: 
Construction of green cities and green buildings is one of the most effective measures to accomplish carbon emission reduction and carbon neutralization, being also an indispensable approach for achieving green urban and rural development as well as transformation and upgrading of the building industry.
This workshop is aimed to bring together the research accomplishments related to green cities and green buildings. Another goal is to present the latest research results in the field of green city planning and green building design, especially for the hot-humid climates.
Chair:
Prof. Jiang He, Civil Engineering and Architecture College, Guangxi University

Jiang He, received a Ph.D. degree in Environmental and Planning Engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology. He worked as a professor at Civil Engineering and Architecture College, Guangxi University. His research interests include sustainable building design, green urban planning and city design, building energy-saving technology, eco building materials, renewable energy application in buildings and cities.
He has undertaken a number of research projects financially supported from the New Energy and Industrial Technology Development Organization of Japan, the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan, the National Natural Science Foundation of China, the Guangxi Science and Technology Project, etc. He has received the Best Paper Awards from Journal of Asian Architecture and Building Engineering, Journal of Japan Solar Energy Society, Journal of Japan Remote Sensing Society, the 9th International Symposium on Building and Urban Environmental Engineering, the Golden Design Prize from the Japan Industrial Design Association. He is also the supervisor to win the First Prize of Taida-Cup International Solar Building Design Competition and the Best Research-Informed Design Award of Student Design Competition organize by PLEA (Passive and Low Energy Architecture) Association.
Workshop 38: High Performance Metallic and Composite Structures
Title: State-of-the-art of high performance metallic and composite structures
Keywords: high performance structures, metallic and composite structures, green materials, structural performance, structural design, structure safety
Summary: 
The advancement of high performance structures could significantly contribute to the green society development in the current era. Recent years have seen an accelerated upsurge in the use of metallic and composite members in various structural applications such as high-rise buildings, long-span bridges and offshore platforms. The infrastructure development sector becomes more passionate for high performance metallic and composite structures with high-performance materials, innovative member profiles and efficient structural layouts. 
This workshop aims to discuss the recent advances on metallic and composite structures using high-performance materials (e.g. high-strength steel, stainless steel, additively manufactured metal, FRP, high performance concrete, green concrete, etc.), innovative member profiles and structural layouts. Prospective authors are encouraged to submit related distinguished research papers on the subject. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshp title".
Chair:
Assistant Prof. Man-Tai Chen, Department of Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China

Dr. Man-Tai Chen received his BEng, MPhil and PhD degrees in Structural Engineering from The University of Hong Kong. He currently works as an Assistant Professor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University. His research interests cover the high performance steel welded connections and tubular joints, additively manufactured metallic structures, cold-formed steel structures, steel composite structures. Dr. Chen is the Principal Investigator (PI) of 4 projects funded by the National Natural Science Foundation of China, Natural Science Foundation of Shanghai, etc. He has published more than 30 SCI journal papers in ASCE Journal of Structural Engineering, Engineering Structures, Thin-Walled Structures, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, etc. He has been selected as young talented researcher in Shanghai Overseas Young Talents Program and Shanghai Sailing Program.
Workshop 39: Green, Zero-carbon and Smart City
Title: New theory, technologies, methods and applications of green, zero-carbon and smart City
Keywords: Carbon peak and carbon neutralization; Urban green infrastructure; Large-scale ecology planning, engineering and technology; Smart city; Smart city planning and construction; Green planning and design
Summary: 
With the increasing awareness of ecological and green development, in the process of urban development, more and more attention is paid to the planning, design and construction of green ecology, zero-carbon cities, and smart cities. The long-term development of cities requires relevant technical support, such as green technology, zero-carbon technology, smart city technology.
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together research results provided by researchers in the planning, architecture and engineering communities. Another objective is to present the latest research results in the field of green planning and conservation of carbon peaking, carbon neutral, low carbon green development or smart city. We encourage prospective authors to submit relevant outstanding research papers on these two topics: theoretical approaches and practical case reviews. Please name your submission email "paper title_workshp title".
Chair:
A/Prof. Weiwu Wang, College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University

Weiwu Wang received the B.S. degree and the M.S. degree in Urban Planning and Design from Hangzhou University, Hangzhou, China, respectively and the Ph.D. degree in the Institute of Agricultural Remote Sensing & Information Application and the Institute of Pollution Control Technology, Zhejiang University, Hangzhou. He undertook a Chinese High-tech R&D(863) Program named as "Research on key techniques of urban heat island mitigation based on multi-level remote sensing data and multidimensional spatial optimization". He and his team will begin a new program named as "Research on urban wind corridor planning methods based on multi-source spatial data assimilation and quantitative analysis of influence parameters in wind fields" funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC). He has published more than 50 papers in Chinese core journals, SCI, SSCI journals/conferences. So far, he and his team have also finished more than 60 projects entrusted by the local government and enterprises in China.
Workshop 40: Durability, Strain-hardening, Fiber-reinforced cementitious composites, Harsh environment
Keywords: Strain-hardening, fiber-reinforced, cementitious composite, durability, harsh environment
Summary: 
Durability is important for construction materials especially when they are used for long-term engineering applications. Engineered cementitious composite (ECC) as a relatively new fiber-reinforced cementitious composite material has attracted broad interest from research and construction communities. The ability of ECC to self-control crack expansion prevents the penetration of water and harmful ions, thereby effectively contributing to its durability and sustainability comparing to ordinary concrete, and broadening its applications in new construction projects and rehabilitation projects.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers from academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of strain-hardening fiber-reinforced cementitious composite. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on the following subjects: high temperature resistance, permeability resistance, frost and salt corrosion resistance, shrinkage resistance, abrasion resistance, fatigue resistance and etc.Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshp.
Chair:
Dr. Xiaodan Teng, Civil Engineering, Guangxi University

Xiaodan Teng received a Ph.D. degree in Civil engineering from The University of New South Wales. She worked as an assistant professor at the School of Civil engineering and architecture, Guangxi University. Her research interests include mechanical properties and durability of strain- hardening cementitious materials. She participated in the National Natural Science Foundation, National Key Projects, National Key Research and Development Project, etc.
Workshop 41: Smart Building
Title: Smart Home and Energy Conservation
Keywords: smarthome, energy conservation, central air conditioning, predication, predication
Summary: 
Smart building is a type of building with reasonable investment, efficient energy management, and comfortable and convenient environment, designed by considering the optimized relationship among structure, system, service, and management. Smart buildings rely on a set of technologies that enhance energy-efficiency and user comfort. At present, smart buildings are a key contributor to a future low-carbon economy, where information system and smart building applications will combine and merge perfectly.
The aim of this workshop is to bring together the research accomplishments provided by researchers fromacademia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field ofenergy conservation of building equipment, smarthome, intelligent lighting, optimized control of central air conditioning, predicationand system integration of building automation system.
Chair:
Dr. Zengxi Feng, Xi'an University of Architecture & Technology
 
Zengxi Feng received a Ph.D. degree inIntelligent Building from Xi’an University of Architecture & Technology. He worked as an associate professor at the School of Building Services Science and Engineering, Xi’an University of Architecture & Technology. His research interests include smart building, energy conservation of building equipment, intelligent lighting, optimized control of central air conditioning, predication.
He had participated in the National Natural Science Foundation, National Key Projects, etc. Based on these projects, he published more than 30 papers in Journal of Systems Engineering Theory and Practice, Journal of Control Science and Engineering and other journals/conferences.
Workshop 42: Advanced AI and IoT applications in the Construction Industry
Smart non-intrusive construction process monitoring and management using AIoT
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Smart Construction, Project Management
Summary: 
Today two emerging trends that are dominating the smart construction industry are the Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IoT). But these two technologies are much more than the buzzwords or academic topics for the digital transformation in the conventional sector. The convergence of AI and IoT will reinvent the future of the architecture, engineering, construction, operation, and maintenance industry. Here, IoT plays the role as a digital nervous system, meanwhile AI becomes the brain that makes intelligent decisions to monitor and control the overall construction process. The lethal combination brings us an era of connected and smart things where construction factors (e.g., manpower, equipment, and materials) are capable of self-correcting, self-healing, and self-enhancing. 
As AI and IoT technologies are slowly but surely creeping into the field sites across the world, it is exciting to think of the many opportunities that new, automated, and smart products and services provide to the stake holders of the construction industry in this workshop. We encourage talents to submit related insightful research paper on this subject.
Chair:
Assoc. Prof. Xincong Yang, Harbin Institute of Technology, China
 
Xincong Yang worked as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Harbin Institute of Technology (Shenzhen). He received a Dual Ph.D. in Construction Informatics from the Smart Construction Lab at The Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Structural Engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology. His research interests are composed of Smart Construction and Intelligent Maintenance, involving the development and applications of IoT, AI, Computer Vision, Digital Twin, etc. in the AECO industry.
Dr. Yang has published more than 20 SCI papers and was a reviewer for numerous famous journals.
Workshop 43
Multi-scale Study on Metallic Structures
Keywords: multi-scale, ductile fracture, steel structure, metallic structure, seismic loading
Summary: 
A number of welded steel structures cracked in a brittle mode and even led to collapse of whole structures during the 1994 Northridge Earthquake and the 1995 Kobe Earthquake. The failure mechanism involves cyclic plasticity, non-homogeneous metal materials, geometrical nonlinearity and also discontinuity of solids. The failure mechanism is very complicated and multi-scale methodology from a mesoscopic view provides a powerful approach to solve the problem.
The aim of this workshop is to stimulate communication of young researchers and engineers in this field, and share valuable innovative ideas from both academia and the industry. The other goal is to show the latest research results in the field of multi-scale study of metallic structures. We encourage prospective authors to submit related distinguished research papers on this topic. Please name the title of the submission email with “paper title_workshp title“.
Chair:
Prof. Liang-Jiu Jia, College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University
 
Liang-Jiu Jia received a Ph.D. degree from the University of Tokyo. He worked as a research at the College of Civil Engineering, Tongji University. His research interests include multi-scale study of steel structures, resilient building systems, meta steels and high-performance dampers. He has led 5 national research projects funded by different organizations, e.g., National Natural Science Foundation of China and Science, and Technology Committee of the Central Military Commission. 51 SCI-indexed journal papers were published. A Chinese and an English monograph were published, respectively. The applicant has won the “Tso Kung Hsieh Award” of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), Young Scientist Medal awarded by International Association of Advanced Materials, and the Excellent Research Awards of the Committee for International Development and Education on Construction of Tubular structures (CIDECT). He is the associate editor-in-chief of a China Association for Engineering Construction Standardization (CECS) standard. The applicant has served as one of the writers of the Strategic advisory report "Engineering Fronts" published by Chinese Academy of Engineering in the past 4 years. Meanwhile, the applicant has been selected into the list of the World's Top 2% Scientists.