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Assoc Prof Lo Yat-Man, Edmond
Associate Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Deputy Director, Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management
Phone: +65 67905268
Office: N1 01B 38
Ph.D., Civil Engineering (Hydrodynamics), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, U.S.A., 1985
B.S. and M.S., Mechanical Engineering, California Institute of Technology, U.S.A., 1980
Nov 1987 – Jun 1987: Scientist, Cambridge Acoustical Assoc. Inc. MA, U.S.A.
Aug 1987 – Oct 1996: Principal Engineer, Physical Sciences Inc. MA, U.S.A.
Nanyang Technological University, School of Civil & EnvironmentalEngineering
Nov 1996 – Dec 1999: Senior Lecturer
Jan 1999 – Present: Assoc. Prof.
Jun 2003 – Present: Assistant then Co-Director (since Oct 2005), Singapore Stanford Partnership Programme (concurrent appointment)
Jul 2006 – Sept 2007: Director, Environment and Water Technologies Cluster
Apr 2005 – Present: Head of Division, Environmental & Water Resources Engineering
Jul 2008 – Present: Acting Chair, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Relevant Recent Professional Experience:
Director LIEN Action for International Development, July 2006 to present
Advisory Board, Lien Institute for the Environment, July 2006 to present
Member of Astar Maritime R&D Task Force, May 2004 to present
Member of MPA-RCN Expert Group on Maritime R&D, June 2001 to present
Co-chairperson: NTU-Stanford Symposium on the Environment 31 May to 1 June 2005
Co-chairman: 2005 Asia Oceania Geophysics Society Conf, Suntec, Singapore
Application of hydrodynamics to coastal and inland water flows with emphasis on wave mechanics, transport processes and implications on water quality.
22 journal and 46 conference publications
|Application of hydrodynamics to coastal and inland water flows with emphasis on wave mechanics, transport processes and implications on water quality.|
- Analysing Marine Cargo Risk and its impact on Ports
- Flood Risk Simulation Model for Jakarta, Indonesia (ICRM)
- Future Resilient Systems
- Natural Catastrophe Data Analytics Exchange (Nat Cat DAX)
- Natural Catastrophe Data Analytics Exchange (Nat Cat DAX) - Industries
- Remote Sensing Technologies for Exposure Mapping of Urban Areas
- The Establishment of a Real Time Control, Alarm and Management System for Marina Bay
- Rong, X, and Lo, E.Y. (2004). On the stability of shoaling Stokes waves over a slowly varying bottom. Applied Ocean Research, 26(5), 205-212.
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