Wenyu Yang

room: LG 10/533g
Wenyu.Yang(at)b-tu.de

Field of Research

Urban water, urban flooding, stormwater management, low impact development, regional climate change, hydrological modeling, cost-effectiveness analysis in water environment

Publications and Presentations
  • Conference paper: Performance Analysis of Low Impact Development (LID) Practices for the Management of Wet Weather Overflow. 14th IWA/IAHR International Conference on Urban Drainage, Prague, Czech Republic, Sep 2017.
  • Conference paper: Performance analysis of low impact development (LID) practices for the management of surface runoff: Applying the sponge city concept to a campus area. 11th International Conference on Urban Drainage Modeling (UDM2018), Jun 2018
  • Under review: Modeling urban flooding reduction at a city scale in response to design rainfall and low impact development. Manuscript number: JCLEPRO-D-19-03676. Journal of Cleaner Production.
  • Under review: Performance analysis of low impact development (LID) practices for the management of surface runoff: Applying the sponge city concept to a campus area. Manuscript number: WST-EM1938. Water Science and Technology.
Curriculum Vitae

Since Apr 2019
ERM program, PhD candidate in Brandenburg University of Technology, Germany

Oct 2017 to Oct 2018
Municipal engineering designer in municipal engineering design institute in China

Oct 2015 to Sep 2017
Master program Hydro Science and Engineering, in University of Technology Dresden, Germany

Sep 2011 to Jul 2015
Bachelor study Water Science and Engineering, Chongqing University, China

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