Xin Qian



Full Name:     Xin Qian
Surname:       Qian
Phone/Fax:    +86 (25) 8359-6516
Address:     22#, Hankou Road, School of the Environment, 
                  Nanjing University
                  Nanjing 210093, China

Ph.D       Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan,   March 1998
M. E.      Hohai University, China, July 1988
B. E.       Hohai University, China, July 1985


Nov 2003-Present                Professor, School of the Environment, Nanjing University

Apr 1998-Oct 2003               Research Associate, Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Yokohama, Japan

Jul 1990-Mar 1994                Lecturer, Department of Environmental Science

Nanjing University, Nanjing, China

Jul 1988-Jun 1990                Assistant, Department of Environmental Science

Nanjing University, Nanjing, China


Environmental Fluid Mechanics, Environmental Planning, Water Pollution Control


0.          L. Liu, X. Qian, et al.:Study on disposal of human waste by on-site composting type bio-toilet for water pollution control, Future of Urban Wastewater System-Decentralisation and Reuse, China Architecture & Building Press, Edited by Xiaochang Wang, 137-144, 2005

1.          X. Qian, et al.: Numerical simulation on entrainment of fluid mud in Lake Kasumigaura, Environmental Hydraulics and Sustainable Water Management, A.A.Balkema Publishers, Edited by J.H.W. Lee and K.M. Lam, Vol. 2, 2145-2151, 2004 

2.         L. Liu, X. Qian, et al. : Toilets and their impacts on water environment in Jiangsu Province, China-Sample survey in Xiaguan district of Nanjing city and Dapu town of Yixing city, Environmental Hydraulics and Sustainable Water Management, A.A.Balkema Publishers, Edited by J.H.W. Lee and K.M. Lam, Vol. 2, 1521-1526, 2004          

3.          T. Ishikawa, T. Suzuki and X. Qian: Hydraulic Study of the Onset of Hypoxia in the Tone River Estuary, Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 130, No.5,551-561, May, 2004.

4.          Xin Qian, Tadaharu Ishikawa and Mai Narita: Influence of Shallows on Salt Wedge Intrusion in Takase River, Proceedings of The International Conference On Estuaries And Coasts(ICEC), Vol. 2 , pp.597-603, Nov. 9-11, 2003.  

5.          X. Qian, S. Seino, T. Ishikawa and T. Uda: Numerical Simulation on Dispersion of Hatchlings of Horseshoe Crab in Moriye Bay, Japan, Advances in Hydroscience and Engineering Vol. V, 5th International Conference on Hydroscience and Engineering, pp. 182, Warsaw Poland, September18-20, 2002

6.          T. Ishikawa, X. Qian, F. Gao, M. Umeda, M. Ichiyama and S. Otaki: Experimental Study on the Entrainment of Fluid Mud of Lake Kasumigaura by Unidirectional Flow, 11th International Conference on Transport and Sedimentation of Solid Particles, pp.91-98, Ghent Belgium, September 9-12, 2002

7.          Xin Qian and Tadaharu Ishikawa: Wind-induced Current and Water Exchange in Lake Kasumigaura, 21st IAHR Congress Proceedings Theme B, Environmental Hydraulics and Eco-Hydraulics, pp565-571, Beijing 2001.

8.          Xin Qian, Editha T. Capistrano, Wontae Lee , Tadaharu Ishikawa, Katsuhide Yokoyama and Hikaru Shoji: Field Survey on the Flow Structure and Water Quality of Pasig River in Metro Manila, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE, Vol. 44, pp.1101-1106, 2000.2.

9.          T. Suzuki, X. Qian and T. Ishikawa: Behavior of Anaerobic Water Growing in the Estuary of Tone River, Japan, New Trends In Water and Environmental Engineering for Safety and Life, Proceedings of International Conference, Capri, Italy, pp.75, July 3-7, 2000

10.       Kentaro Kudo, Tomoyuki Suzuki, Xin Qian and Tadahru Ishikawa: Modeling the Saline Wedge Behavior in the Meandering Estuary of Kitakami River, Japan, Proceedings of 12th Congress of the IAHR-APD, Thailand, November 13-19, Vol.1, pp123-131, 2000

11.       Xin Qian and Tadaharu Ishikawa: Numerical Simulation of Wind-Induced Current and Water Exchange at the Mouth of Takahamairi Bay of Lake Kasumigaura during the Formation of Diurnal Thermocline, Proceedings of 11th Congress of the IAHR-APD, pp.419-428, Yogyakarta Indonesia, 1998.


l          International Association of Hydraulic Engineering and Research (IAHR)

l          International Association of Hydrological Sciences (IAHS)