Guohe Huang is a Tier 1 Canada Research Chair in Energy and Environment and Executive Director of the Institute for Energy, Environment, and Sustainable Communities at the University of Regina, Canada. He holds the B.S. degree from Peking University, China, M.S. degree from Simon Fraser University, Canada, and Ph.D. degree from McMaster University, Canada. Since the 1990s, Huang has led or been involved in over 100 environment-related research projects, produced over 600 peer-refereed international journal papers, and supervised over 100 Master/Ph.D. students. He is the President of the International Society for Environmental Information Sciences. He also acts (or acted) as an Editor-in-Chief or Editorial Board Member for over 10 international journals and was Conference Chair or Keynote Speaker at over 20 international conferences. He has also served at the United Nations as an International Expert in the field of risk management for drinking water safety. The integrated simulation, optimization, and risk assessment techniques which he proposed have been used by peers in studying water resources and environmental systems in a number of countries.
Biography Updated on 26 February 2014