Mengqian LU 陸萌茜
Mengqian LU 陸萌茜 

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Mengqian
LU
陸萌茜
Highest Degree Acquired (e.g. PhD in Engineering Science)
PhD in Water Resources and Climate Risks, Columbia University

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Research Interests
Analysis of hydrological extremes
Atmospheric science
Climate change and variability
Hydrology
Hydrometeorological extremes

Biography

Biography

Mengqian obtained her Bachelor of Engineering from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at HKUST in 2009 and went to Columbia University in the City of New York and obtained her Master of Science (2011), Master of Philosophy (2014) and Doctor of Philosophy (2014) from the Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering, major in water resources and climate risk. Her research focuses on diagnosis, modelling and prediction of hydrometeorological extremes, climate risk analysis and management. Her postdoctoral residency (2014-2015) in the Department of Applied Physics and Applies Math at Columbia University extended her research to atmospheric dynamics and earth science. After her postdoc residency, she worked in the Department of Statistics and School of International and Public Affairs, prior to joining HKUST as an Assistant Professor in 2016. She has taught postgraduate programs in the Department of Statistics, the Data Science Institute and the Earth Institute at Columbia University.

Research Interests

Research Interests
Analysis of hydrological extremes
Atmospheric science
Climate change and variability
Hydrology
Hydrometeorological extremes

Biography

Biography

Mengqian obtained her Bachelor of Engineering from the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at HKUST in 2009 and went to Columbia University in the City of New York and obtained her Master of Science (2011), Master of Philosophy (2014) and Doctor of Philosophy (2014) from the Department of Earth and Environmental Engineering, major in water resources and climate risk. Her research focuses on diagnosis, modelling and prediction of hydrometeorological extremes, climate risk analysis and management. Her postdoctoral residency (2014-2015) in the Department of Applied Physics and Applies Math at Columbia University extended her research to atmospheric dynamics and earth science. After her postdoc residency, she worked in the Department of Statistics and School of International and Public Affairs, prior to joining HKUST as an Assistant Professor in 2016. She has taught postgraduate programs in the Department of Statistics, the Data Science Institute and the Earth Institute at Columbia University.