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Tze Ling NG (ι»ƒδΈ–ιœ–) PhD , University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Assistant Professor

Email: tzeling@ust.hk
Homepage: http://tzeling.people.ust.hk/
RESEARCH INTERESTS:

Environmental and water resources systems analysis; hydro-economics; water resources climate change adaptation; integrated water resources management; energy use modeling.

TEACHING:

CIVL 2410 Environmental Engineering and Management
CIVL 4440 Environmental Systems Analysis

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS:

Yang, Pan and Ng, Tze Ling* (2017). Gauging through the crowd: a crowd-sourcing approach to urban rainfall measurement and stormwater modeling implications. Water Resources Research, accepted for publication.

Spandagos, Constantinos and Ng, Tze Ling* (2017). Fuzzy model of residential energy decision-making considering behavioral economic concepts. Applied Energy, accepted for publication.

Spandagos, Constantinos and Ng, Tze Ling* (2017). Equivalent full-load hours for assessing climate change impact on building cooling and heating energy consumption in large Asian cities. Applied Energy, 189, 352-368.

Yang, Pan and Ng, Tze Ling* (2017). Fuzzy inference system for robust rule-based reservoir operation under nonstationary inflows. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 143(4), 04016084.

Bhushan, Rashi and Ng, Tze Ling* (2016). Integrating desalination to reservoir operation to increase redundancy for more secure water supply. Water Resources Research, 52(8), 6137–6155.

Ng, Tze Ling* (2015). Cost comparison of seawater for toilet flushing and wastewater recycling. Water Policy, 17(1), 83-97.

Ng, Tze Ling* (2014). Infrastructure support for bioenergy development in cities. Current Sustainable/Renewable Energy Reports, 1, 111-12.

Ng, Tze Ling* and Cai, Ximing (2014). Relationships between interdependency, reliability and vulnerability of infrastructure systems - a case study of biofuel infrastructure development. Journal of Infrastructure Systems, ASCE, 20(1), 04013008.

Housh, Mashor; Cai, Ximing*; Ng, Tze Ling et al. (2014). System of systems model for biofuel development analysis (SoS-Biofuel). Journal of Infrastructure Systems, ASCE, 10.1061/(ASCE)IS.1943-555X.0000238, 04014050.

Ng, Tze Ling; Eheart, J. Wayland; Cai, Ximing*; Braden, John B. and Czapar, George F. (2014). Agronomic and stream nitrate load responses to incentives for bioenergy crop cultivation, reductions of carbon emissions and Fertilizer use. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 140(1), 112-120.

Ng, Tze Ling; Eheart, J. Wayland; Cai, Ximing* and Braden, John B. (2011). An agent-based model of farmer decision-making and water quality impacts at the watershed scale under markets for carbon allowances and a second-generation biofuel crop. Water Resources Research, 47, W09519, doi:10.1029/2011WR010399.

Ng, Tze Ling; Cai, Ximing* and Ouyang, Yanfeng (2011). Some implications of biofuel development for engineering infrastructures in the United States. Biofuels Bioproducts and Biorefining, 5(5), 592.

Ng, Tze Ling; Eheart, J. Wayland and Cai, Ximing* (2010). Comparative calibration of a complex hydrologic model by stochastic methods GLUE and PEST. Transactions of the ASABE, 53(6), 1773-1786.

Ng, Tze Ling; Eheart, J. Wayland; Cai, Ximing* and Miguez, Fernando (2010). Modeling miscanthus in the Soil and Water Assessment Tool (SWAT) to simulate its water quality effects as a bioenergy crop. Environmental Science and Technology, 44(18), 7138-7144.

Ng, Tze Ling and Eheart, J. Wayland* (2008). A multiple-realizations chance-constrained model for optimizing nutrient removal in constructed wetlands. Water Resources Research, 44, W04405, DOI: 10.1029/2007WR006126.

Ng, Tze Ling and Eheart, J. Wayland* (2005). Effects of discharge permit trading on water quality reliability. Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management, ASCE, 131(2), 81-88.

Eheart, J. Wayland* and Ng, Tze Ling (2004). Role of effluent permit trading in total maximum daily load programs: overview and uncertainty and reliability implications. Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, 130(6), 615-621.

 
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