Hi, I am Yichuan Zhu of Civil & Environmental Engineering Department at Temple University. I currently lead the Computational Geosystems Group that focuses on a variety of problems, including micro-mechanics of granular material, landslides characterization and mitigation, computational geosciences, and probabilistic machine learning and uncertainty quantification in geotechnical engineering.
Our research is inherently interdisciplinary, bridging the fields of Civil Engineering, Geosciences, and Computer Science. If you are interested in discussing research or joining my group, please send me email or check out our openings page for more information and the description of current openings.
Assistant Professor, 2021-present
Post-doc Fellow, 2019-2021
Kentucky Geological Survey
Ph.D. in Civil Engineering, 2014-2019
Texas A&M University
[11/2023]: We are orginizing a mini-symposium (MS 0706) titled “Natural Hazard Assessment with Monitoring, Modeling, and Uncertainty Quantification”, with Dr. Hui Wang from University of Dayton, and Dr. Weibing Gong from Missouri University of Science and Technology. The mini-symposium is part of the Engineering Mechanics Institute Conference and Probabilistic Mechanics & Reliability Conference (EMI/PMRC 2024)
Abstracts are due on December 31, 2023. The abstract can be submitted through the link.
[08/2023]: Congratulations to my Ph.D. student Sahand Khabiri successfully defended his dissertation entitled “Uncertainty Quantification of Landslide Susceptibility Mapping Using Bayesian Networks”.
[08/2023]: Congratulations to Amir Mohammad and Jyleem Hollins completed their ten weeks Pathway to Temple STEM High School Research Program!
[08/2023]: CGG website has migrated from WP to Hugo platform.