Shoou-Yuh Chang, Ph.D., P.E.
DOE Samuel Massie Chair Professor
Contact: 438 McNair Hall
Ph: (336) 334-7737 ext. 676
Fax: (336) 334-7126
Ph.D. University of Illinois 1981
M.S. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 1977
M.S. National Taiwan University, 1973
B.S. National Taiwan University, 1971
CIEN 614 Surface Water Quality Modeling
CIEN 616 Solid Waste Management
CIEN 712 Systems Approach in Waste Management
Environmental systems analysis; water and wastewater treatment; water and wastewater systems planning; surface and subsurface water quality modeling; solid, hazardous and radioactive waste treatment and management
US Department of Energy, DOE Samuel Massie Chair of Excellence in Environmental Engineering, 2005 – 2010, $1,858,000.
US Department of Energy, National Nuclear Security Administration Fleet Study, 2007 – 2008, $230,000.
US Department of Energy, DOE Samuel Massie Chair of Excellence in Environmental Engineering, 2010 – 2015, $1,500,000.
Chang, S. Y. and G. Assumaning, “Subsurface Radioactive Contaminant Modeling Using Particle and Kalman Filter Schemes,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, (in press).
Geraldo T. Silveira and S.Y. Chang, “Cell Phone Recycling Experiences in the United States and Potential Recycling Options in Brazil,” Waste Management, (in press).
Geraldo T. Silveira and S. Y. Chang "Fluorescent Lamp Recycling Initiatives in The United States and A Recycling Proposal Based on Extended Producer Responsibility and Product Stewardship Concepts," Waste Management and Research, (in press).
Chang, S. Y. and and S.M.I. Latif, “The Extended Kalman Filtering to Improve the Accuracy of a Subsurface Contaminant Transport Model,” Journal of Environmental Engineering, ASCE, 136(5), May 2010.
W.C. Huang , S. L. Liaw and S. Y. Chang, “Development of a Systematic Object-Event Data Model of the database system for Industrial Wastewater Treatment Plant Management,” Journal of Environmental Informatics, 15(1), March 2010.