1st Edition

Frontiers of Civil Engineering and Disaster Prevention and Control SET Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Civil, Architecture and Disaster Prevention and Control (CADPC 2022), Wuhan, China, 25-27 March 2022

Edited By Yang Yang, Ali Rahman
    1188 Pages
    by CRC Press

    Frontiers of Civil Engineering and Disaster Prevention and Control is a compilation of selected papers from The 3rd International Conference on Civil, Architecture and Disaster Prevention and Control (CADPC 2022) and focuses on the research of architecture and disaster prevention in civil engineering. The proceedings features the most cutting-edge research directions and achievements related to construction technology and prevention and control of disaster. Subjects in this proceedings include:

    Construction Technology

    Seismicity in Civil Engineering

    High-Rise Building Construction

    Disaster Preparedness and Risk Reduction

    Smart Post-Disaster Rescue

    These proceedings will promote development of civil engineering and risk reduction, resource sharing, flexibility and high efficiency. Moreover, promote scientific information interchange between scholars from the top universities, research centers and high-tech enterprises working all around the world.

    1. Civil Construction Technology and Structural Seismic Reinforcement; 2. Building Material Properties and Highway Bridge Construction; 3. Research on Building Construction Model and Building Parameters; 4. Intelligent Disaster Prevention and Risk Prediction Analysis


    Yang Yang was born in Dazhu, Sichuan Province. He is a postdoctoral research fellow, professor, and doctoral supervisor at the Department of Civil Engineering, Tsinghua University, where he worked together with Academician Jianguo Nie (co-supervisor). He has chaired three projects for the National Natural Science Foundation of China; one project for the National Key R & D Program; two projects for Chongqing Science and Technology Bureau; one project for Chongqing Transportation Bureau; one project for the Science and Technology Committee of Fuling District, Chongqing; and three projects for the Fundamental Research Funds for the Central Universities. His previous honors include one first prize (ranked 1st) and two second prizes (ranked 1st) of first-class industry societies/associations registered by the State Science and Technology Awards Office; and the second prize of the Science and Technology Progress Award of Qinghai Province (ranked 1st). He has published more than 40 papers in SCI- and EI-indexed journals, including Mechanical Systems and Signal Processing, Engineering Structures, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems, Structural Control and Health Monitoring, Journal of Sound and Vibration, Remote Sensing, China Journal of Highway and Transport, Journal of Building Structures, Chinese Journal of Scientific Instrument, and Engineering Mechanics. Currently, he is holding 9 software copyrights. He has applied for 21 invention patents, 9 of which have been granted. In addition, he also serves as a guest editor for several special issues, such as Remote Sensing in Structural Health Monitoring (IF: 5.349), Symmetry in Safety and Disaster Prevention Engineering (IF: 2.940), and Symmetry in Structural Health Monitoring (IF: 2.940).

    Ali Rahman is currently an assisstant professor at Southwest Jiaotong University (SWJTU). His research interests include a wide range of topics within the pavement engineering such as design & analysis of pavement structure, road materials, modified asphalt & asphalt mixture, and mechanics of pavement. Currently, his main focus is on the interface bonding behavior between asphalt pavement layers. Before joining the Ph.D. program, he was a lecturer at Jundi-Shapur Universsity of Technology in Iran for 3.5 years.