Activity

Shangjia's professional activities
Nov
2019

Urban Resilience, Networks, and Informatics Lab

College Station, TX

Nov
2019

Raleigh, NC

I presented our CRISP 2.O Type 2 project: "Anatomy of Coupled Human-Infrastructure Systems Resilience to Urban Flooding: Integrated Assessment of Social, Institutional, and Physical Networks".

SEP
2019

Chang'an University, China

Xi'an, China

I will be co-chairing Traffic Safety and Emergency Response session at CICTP2020.

SEP
2019

Urban Resilience, Networks, and Informatics Lab

College Station, TX

My first-authored paper is accepted in Journal of Infrastructure Systems. Three students' paper in my research thrust are accepted in ASCE Construction Research Congress (CRC). Looking forward to presenting our work in Tempe, Arizona, on March 8-10, 2020.

Aug
2019

Urban Resilience, Networks, and Informatics Lab

College Station, TX

My first-authored paper Robust component: a robustness measure that incorporates access to critical facilities under disruptions is published on Journal of Royal Society Interface .

May
2019

2019 COTA International Symposium on Emerging Trends in Transportation (ISETT)

Rome, Italy

I served as area editor for two tracks: Smart Infrastructure and Pavement, and Smart City.

May
2019

ASCE Headquarter

Reston, VA

I attended ASCE Infrastructure Resilience Division (IRD) 2019 Research Forum: Enabling Resilient and Sustainable Communities, and gave two invited talks: (1) An Integrated Physical-Social Analysis on Disrupted Access to Critical Facilities in Urban Flooding; (2) Disrupted Access to Critical Facilities and Its Societal Impacts in Urban Flooding.

Feb
2019

Zachry Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Texas A&M University

College Station, TX

I am lecturing a course module (4 weeks) on network analysis at a CVEN641 Construction Engineering Systems

Dec
2018

George Mason University Arlington Campus

College Station, TX

I attended NSF CRISP Grantees Workshop to present our research studies on Coupled Human-Infrastructure Systems Resilience to Urban Flooding.

SEP
2018

Urban Resilience, Networks, and Informatics Lab

College Station, TX

Joined Urban Resilience, Networks, and Informatics Lab as a Post-doctoral Researcher in Zachry Department of Civil Engineering at Texas A&M University, and led discovery lead on Network Dynamics of Interdependent Systems thrust.

SEP
2018

Oregon State University

Corvallis, OR

Today I successfully defended my Ph.D. Dissertation on topic: Percolation Modeling of Transportation Network Robustness Towards a Resilient Infrastructure System: From a Single Network to Interdependent Networks.