Yuntong She, PhD, PEng

Assistant Professor
Civil & Environmental Engineering
University of Alberta
7-259 Donadeo Innovation Cntr for Engineering
Edmonton, Alberta, Canada T6G 1H9
Phone: (780) 492-9375
E-mail: yuntong.she@ualberta.ca

Research Interests

My general research field is computational hydraulics, with specific interest in the areas of river ice processes, river ice jam flood forecasting, sediment transport, urban drainage system, and oil pipeline system.

See www.riverice.ca for more details on river ice research projects.

Education

  • Ph.D. in Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, 2004 – 2008
  • M.Sc. in Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 2000-2003
  • B.Sc. in Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, 1996-2000

Professional Experience

  • Assistant Professor, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta
  • Leak Detection Engineer, Leak Detection, Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
  • Hydraulic Design Engineer, Business Development Engineering, Enbridge Pipelines Inc.
  • Research Assistant, Civil & Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta

Referred Journals

  1. She, Y., Hicks, F., Andrishak, R. (2012), “The Role of Hydro-Peaking in Freeze-up Consolidation Events on Regulated River”, Journal of Cold Regions Science and Technology, 73: 41-49.
  2. She, Y., Hicks, F., Steffler, P., and Healy, D. (2009), “Constitutive Model for Internal Resistance of Moving Ice Accumulations and Eulerian Implementation for River Ice Jam Formation”, Journal of Cold Regions Science and Technology, 55: 286-294.
  3. She, Y., Andrishak, R., Hicks, F., Morse, B., Stander, E., Krath, C., Keller, D., Abarca, N., Nolin, S., Tanekou, F., and Mahabir, C. (2009), “Athabasca River Ice Jam Formation and Release Events in 2006 and 2007”, Journal of Cold Regions Science and Technology, Special Issue on River Ice, 55:249-261.
  4. She, Y. and Hicks, F. (2006), "Modeling Ice Jam Release Waves with Consideration For Ice Effects", Cold Regions Science and Technology, 45(3): 137-147.
  5. She, Y. and Mao, Z. (2003), "Flow Simulation of Urban Sewer Networks", Tsinghua Science and Technology, 8(6): 719-725.

Conference Proceedings

  1. Hicks, F., Andrishak, R., She, Y. (2009), “Modeling Ice Cover Consolidation during Freeze-up on the Peace River, AB”. Proc. 15th CGU-HS CRIPE Workshop on River Ice. pp 237-252. (won the CGU-HS CRIPE Gerard Medal)
  2. She, Y., Hicks, F., Steffler, P., and Healy, D. (2008), "Effects of Unsteadiness and Ice Motion on River Ice Jam Profiles", Proc. 19th International Symposium on Ice. Vancouver, Canada, 8pp.
  3. She, Y., Tanekou, F. N., Hicks, F., Morse, B., Keller, D., Abarca, N., Krath, C., Nolin, S., Stander, E., Andrishak, R., Mahabir, C., and Richard, M. (2007), “Ice Jam Formation and Release Events on the Athabasca River, 2007”, Proc. 14th CGU-HS CRIPE Workshop on River Ice, 23 pp.
  4. She, Y. and Hicks, F. (2006), "Ice Jam Release Wave Modeling: Considering the Effects of Ice in A Receiving Channel", Proc. 18th International Symposium on Ice. Sapporo, Japan, pp 125-132.
  5. Hicks, F., Andrishak, R., and She, Y. (2006), “Modeling Thermal and Dynamic River Ice Processes”, 13th International Conference on Cold Regions Engineering, American Society of Civil Engineers, Orono, Maine, 13 pp.
  6. She, Y. and Hicks, F. (2005), "Incorporating Ice effects in Ice Jam Release Surge Models", Proc. 13th CGU-HS CRIPE Workshop on River Ice, pp 470-484.
  7. She, Y. and Mao, Z. (2002), “Fixed-grid Method of Characteristics using Hybrid Interpolation Scheme for Urban Sewer Unsteady Flow Simulation”, Proc. of the 5th International Conference on Hydrodynamics, Taiwan, 179-184.