Prof. C. Hsein Juang
Clemson University, USA
Prof. C. Hsein Juang is currently the Glenn Professor of the Glenn Department of Civil Engineering at Clemson University and a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He has also been a visiting chair professor at several overseas universities, including Tongji University, Wuhan University, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, and National Central University. Prof. Juang earned his MS and MS degree from National Cheng Kung University and PhD degree from Purdue University.
He has authored more than 250 technical papers, including over 150 journal papers. Google Scholar lists his h-index at 39 with over 6,000 citations.Prof. Juang has received many best paper awards from multiple civil engineering societies and international journals. He has received many honors and awards, including the GEOSNet Award 2015 by Geotechnical Safety Network (GEOSNet), the TK Hsieh Award from the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE), UK, and the Geotechnical Lecturer from the Chinese Taipei (Taiwan) Geotechnical Society (TGS). Prof. Juang has served the geotechnical profession in various capacities, including the chair of ASCE technical committee on Risk Assessment and Management (2009-2012), Georisk 2011 conference chair, and editorial board member of many international journals. He is currently serving as the Editor in Chief for Engineering Geology.
Prof. Juang has made many original contributions on the development and applications of reliability-based methods in liquefaction, supported excavations, and landslides/slope stability. His recent work focuses on the development of Robust Geotechnical Design as a new geotechnical design tool that complements both deterministic and probabilistic design approaches.