Jennifer Guohong Duan
 Professor, Civil EngineeringEngineering Mechanics
 Professor, Hydrology / Atmospheric Sciences
 Professor, AgriculturalBiosystems Engineering
 Member of the Graduate Faculty
 (520) 6265946
 Civil Engineering, Rm. 210
 Tucson, AZ 85721
 gduan@arizona.edu
Biography
Ph.D. 1998 Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, University of Mississippi
Dissertation: Numerical Simulation of Meandering Migration Processes with an Enhanced Two Dimensional Model
Advisor: Prof. Sam S. Y. Wang
M.S. 1992 Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University
Thesis: Bed Forms and Flow Resistance of Light Weighted Bed Material
Advisor: Prof. Guixian Wang
B.C.E. 1989 Hydraulics and River Mechanics, Wuhan University
Degrees
 Ph.D. Computational Hydroscience and Engineering
 University of Mississippi, Oxford, Mississippi, United States
 Dissertation: Numerical Simulation of Meandering Migration Processes with an Enhanced Two Dimensional Model
Work Experience
 University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona (2018  Ongoing)
 Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics (2014  2017)
 Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, the University of Arizona (2011  Ongoing)
 Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics, the University of Arizona (2006  2011)
 Division of Hydrologic Sciences, Desert Research Institute, Nevada Higher Education System (2005  2006)
 National Center for Earth Surface Dynamics, St. Anthony Falls Lab., University of Minnesota (2005)
 Division of Hydrologic Sciences, Desert Research Institute, Nevada Higher Education System (1999  2005)
 Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, University of Mississippi (1994  1999)
 Department of Hydraulic Engineering, Tsinghua University (1992  1993)
Licensure & Certification
 Diplomat, American Academy of Water Resource Engineers, American Society of Civil Engineers (2006)
 Professional Engineer, State of Arizona Board of Professional Registration (2012)
 Professional Engineer, Nevada Board of Professional Registration (2002)
Interests
Research
My research area is hydraulics and sediment transport focusing on experimental study of turbulence flow field and computational simulation of flow and sediment transport in rivers. My research objective is to advance the fundamental knowledge and develop the stateoftheart computational models in the area of hydraulics and sediment transport through basic and applied research.
Teaching
Fluid Mechanics, Open Channel Flow, Computational Hydraulics, Sediment Transport Engineering
Courses
202223 Courses

Dissertation
CE 920 (Spring 2023) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Spring 2023) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2023) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 422 (Spring 2023) 
Thesis
CE 910 (Spring 2023) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Fall 2022) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Fall 2022) 
Research Topics
CE 596A (Fall 2022) 
Sedimentation Engr
CE 424 (Fall 2022) 
Sedimentation Engr
CE 524 (Fall 2022) 
Thesis
CE 910 (Fall 2022)
202122 Courses

Internship
CE 593 (Summer I 2022) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Spring 2022) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Spring 2022) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2022) 
Thesis
CE 910 (Spring 2022) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Fall 2021) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Fall 2021) 
Master's Report
HWRS 909 (Fall 2021) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Fall 2021) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 422 (Fall 2021) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 522 (Fall 2021) 
Research Topics
CE 596A (Fall 2021)
202021 Courses

Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2021) 
Thesis
CE 910 (Spring 2021) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Fall 2020) 
Thesis
CE 910 (Fall 2020)
201920 Courses

Internship
CE 593 (Summer I 2020) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Spring 2020) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Spring 2020) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2020) 
Sedimentation Engr
CE 424 (Spring 2020) 
Sedimentation Engr
CE 524 (Spring 2020) 
Thesis
CE 910 (Spring 2020) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Fall 2019) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Fall 2019) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Fall 2019)
201819 Courses

Dissertation
CE 920 (Spring 2019) 
Internship
CE 593 (Spring 2019) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2019) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 422 (Spring 2019) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 522 (Spring 2019) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Fall 2018) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Fall 2018) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Fall 2018) 
Research Topics
CE 596A (Fall 2018)
201718 Courses

Dissertation
CE 920 (Spring 2018) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Spring 2018) 
Internship
CE 493 (Spring 2018) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2018) 
OpenChannel Flow
ABE 422 (Spring 2018) 
OpenChannel Flow
ABE 522 (Spring 2018) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 422 (Spring 2018) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 522 (Spring 2018) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Fall 2017) 
Internship
CE 493 (Fall 2017) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Fall 2017)
201617 Courses

Dissertation
CE 920 (Spring 2017) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Spring 2017) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2017) 
OpenChannel Flow
ABE 522 (Spring 2017) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 422 (Spring 2017) 
OpenChannel Flow
CE 522 (Spring 2017) 
Thesis
CE 910 (Spring 2017) 
Dissertation
CE 920 (Fall 2016) 
Independent Study
CE 599 (Fall 2016) 
Sedimentation Engr
ABE 622 (Fall 2016) 
Sedimentation Engr
CE 622 (Fall 2016)
201516 Courses

Dissertation
CE 920 (Spring 2016) 
Mechanics of Fluids
CE 218 (Spring 2016) 
Spc Tpc Hydr+Wtr Res Eng
CE 429 (Spring 2016) 
Spc Tpc Hydr+Wtr Res Eng
CE 529 (Spring 2016)
Scholarly Contributions
Journals/Publications
 Gerba, C. P., Bright, K. R., Gundy, P. M., Duan, J. G., & Tousi, E. G. (2021). Evaluation of E. coli in Sediment for Assessing Irrigation Water Quality using Machine Learning.. Science of the Total Environment, 799(10), 149286. doi:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.149286
 Tousi, E. G., Duan, J. G., Gundy, P. M., Bright, K. R., & Gerba, C. P. (2021). Experimental study of PhiX174 resuspension from mobile bed sediment.. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 147(5), 040210091 – 0402100911. doi:https://doi.org/10.1061/(ASCE)IR.19434774.0001549
 Ahamed, T., Duan, J. G., & Jo, H. (2020). Floodfragility analysis of instream bridgesconsideration of flow hydraulics, geotechnical uncertainties, and variable scour depth. Structure and Infrastructure Engineering. doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/15732479.2020.1815226
 Ahamed, T., Shim, J., Jeong, J., Jo, H., & Duan, J. G. (2020). An efficient outlier removal algorithm for sonarbased bridge scour monitoring. Flow Measurement and Instrumentation. doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/15732479.2020.1815226
 Sassi, H., Ogtrop, F. v., Morrison, C. M., Zhou, K., Duan, J. G., & Gerba, C. (2020). Sediment resuspension as a potential mechanism for viral and bacterial contaminants. Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Part A. doi:https://doi.org/10.1080/15732479.2020.1815226
 Scott, C. A., Pincetl, S., Meixner, T., Lansey, K. E., Duan, J. G., Daigger, G. T., Cath, T. Y., Boccelli, D., Shrestha, P. P., Albrecht, T., Mack, E. A., Zuniga Teran, A. A., Achilli, A., & Crosson, C. (2020). Net Zero Urban Water from Concept to Applications: Integrating Natural, Built, and Social Systems for Responsive and Adaptive Solutions. ACS ES&T Water.
 Zhou, K., Duan, J. G., & Bombardelli, F. A. (2020). Experimental and theoretical study of local scour around threepier group. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 146(10). doi:doi:10.1061/(ASCE)HY.19437900.0001794
 Meixner, T., Meixner, T., Pavaozuckerman, M., Pavaozuckerman, M., Duan, J. G., Duan, J. G., & Crosson, C. (2019).
Advances in Green Infrastructure Research, Development, and Community Adoption II
. AGU Fall Meeting 2019.  Meixner, T., Meixner, T., Pavaozuckerman, M., Pavaozuckerman, M., Duan, J. G., Duan, J. G., & Crosson, C. (2019).
Advances in Green Infrastructure Research, Development, and Community Adoption III Posters
. AGU Fall Meeting 2019.  Shim, J., & Duan, J. G. (2019). Experimental and theoretical study of bed load particle velocity. Journal of Hydraulic Research, 57(1), 6274.
 Ahamed, T., Shim, J., Jeong, J., Jo, H., & Duan, J. G. (2017). Advanced Signal Processing of Sonar Measurement for Bridge Scour Monitoring. WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES CONGRESS 2017: INTERNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES, HISTORY AND HERITAGE, EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES, AND STUDENT PAPERS, 93100.
 AlAsadi, K., & Duan, J. G. (2017). Assessing methods for estimating roughness coefficient in a vegetated marsh area using Delft3D. JOURNAL OF HYDROINFORMATICS, 19(5), 766783.
 Duan, J. G., Bai, Y., Dominguez, F., Rivera, E., & Meixner, T. (2017). Framework for Incorporating Climate Change on Flood Magnitude and Frequency Analysis in the Upper Santa Cruz River. Journal of Hydrology.
 Duan, J. G., Bai, Y., Dominguez, F., Rivera, E., & Meixner, T. (2017). Framework for incorporating climate change on flood magnitude and frequency analysis in the upper Santa Cruz River. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 549, 194207.
 Duan, J. G., Poteuck, M., Rosenberg, A., & Zhou, K. (2017). Simulating Watershed Erosion in BMGR Using AGWA Model. WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES CONGRESS 2017: HYDRAULICS AND WATERWAYS AND WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS ANALYSIS, 335344.
 LiGuo, Z., XuDong, F., & Duan, J. G. (2017). A surfacebased hiding function linking flume and field data. SCIENCE CHINATECHNOLOGICAL SCIENCES, 60(10), 15601569.
 Shim, J., & Duan, J. G. (2017). Experimental study of bedload transport using particle motion tracking. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SEDIMENT RESEARCH, 32(1), 7381.
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. (2017). Simulation of Surface Runoff Using Hydrodynamic Model. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGIC ENGINEERING, 22(6).
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. (2017). Simulation of Surface Runoff Using Hydrodynamic Model. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 04017006.
 Zhou, K., Sassi, H. P., Morrison, C. M., Duan, J. G., & Gerba, C. P. (2017). Resuspension of Escherichia coli and MS2 Bacteriophage from Bed Sediment in Irrigation Canals. JOURNAL OF IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE ENGINEERING, 143(6).
 Zhou, K., Sassi, H. P., Morrison, C. M., Duan, J. G., & Gerba, C. P. (2017). Resuspension of Escherichia coli and MS2 Bacteriophage from Bed Sediment in Irrigation Canals. Journal of Irrigation and Drainage Engineering, 04017005.
 Shim, J., & Duan, J. G. (2016). Experimental study of bedload transport using particle motion tracking. International Journal of Sediment Research.
 Shim, J., Duan, J., & Jo, H. (2016). Simulating Sediment Transport around a Bridge Pier Using Open FOAM Software. WORLD ENVIRONMENTAL AND WATER RESOURCES CONGRESS 2016: HYDRAULICS AND WATERWAYS AND HYDROCLIMATE/CLIMATE CHANGE, 362369.
 AlAsadi, K., & Duan, J. G. (2015). ThreeDimensional Hydrodynamic Simulation of Tidal Flow through a Vegetated Marsh Area. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING, 141(12).
 Bai, Y., & Duan, J. G. (2015). Using a Twodimensional Watershed Model to Estimate Flood Magnitude and Frequency under Changing Climate. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015: Floods, Droughts, and Ecosystems, 11631172.
 Shim, J., & Duan, J. G. (2015). Stochastic Properties of Bed Load Transport. World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2015: Floods, Droughts, and Ecosystems, 18411850.
 Bai, Y., & Duan, J. G. (2014). Simulating unsteady flow and sediment transport in vegetated channel network. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 515, 90102.
 Duan, J. (2014). Impacts of River Restoration on Bridges.
 YU, C., DUAN, J., ERPICUM, S., PIROTTON, M., ARCHAMBEAU, P., & DEWALS, B. J. (2014). Twodimensional depthaveraged finite volume model for unsteady turbulent flows. Journal of hydraulic research, 52(1), 148150.
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. (2014). Closure to "Twodimensional depthaveraged finite volume model for unsteady turbulent flow" by CHUNSHUI YU and JENNIFER DUAN, J. Hydraulic Res. 50(6), 2012, 599611. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC RESEARCH, 52(1), 150151.
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. (2014). TwoDimensional Hydrodynamic Model for SurfaceFlow Routing. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERING, 140(9).
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. G. (2014). High resolution numerical schemes for solving kinematic wave equation. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 519, 823832.
 Bai, Y., & Duan, J. G. (2013). 1D Unsteady Flow and Sediment Transport Model for Vegetated Channel Network. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 35TH IAHR WORLD CONGRESS, VOLS I AND II, 50805088.
 Duan, J. G., & Yu, C. (2013). Twodimensional Finite Volume Model for Overland and Channel Flow Routing. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 35TH IAHR WORLD CONGRESS, VOLS III AND IV.
 Liu, L., Zhong, D., Duan, J., & Zhang, H. (2013). Experimental Study on Landslide Dam Break Due to Overtopping. PROCEEDINGS OF THE 35TH IAHR WORLD CONGRESS, VOLS I AND II, 57185726.
 Zhang, S., Duan, J. G., & Strelkoff, T. S. (2013). GrainScale Nonequilibrium SedimentTransport Model for Unsteady Flow. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 139(1), 2236.
 He, L. i., Duan, J. G., Wang, G., & Fu, X. (2012). Numerical Simulation of Unsteady Hyperconcentrated SedimentLaden Flow in the Yellow River. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 138(11), 958969.
 Hummel, R., Duan, J. G., & Zhang, S. (2012). COMPARISON OF UNSTEADY AND QUASIUNSTEADY FLOW MODELS IN SIMULATING SEDIMENT TRANSPORT IN AN EPHEMERAL ARIZONA STREAM. JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION, 48(5), 987998.
 Liu, F., Fu, X., Wang, G., & Duan, J. (2012). Physically based simulation of dam breach development for Tangjiashan Quake Dam, China. ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCES, 65(4), 10811094.
 Posner, A. J., & Duan, J. G. (2012). Simulating river meandering processes using stochastic bank erosion coefficient. GEOMORPHOLOGY, 163, 2636.
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. (2012). Twodimensional depthaveraged finite volume model for unsteady turbulent flow. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC RESEARCH, 50(6), 599611.
 Zhang, S., Duan, J. G., Strelkoff, T. S., & Bautista, E. (2012). Simulation of Unsteady Flow and Soil Erosion in Irrigation Furrows. JOURNAL OF IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE ENGINEERINGASCE, 138(4), 294303.
 Duan, J., He, L. i., Wang, G., & Fu, X. (2011). Turbulent burst around experimental spur dike. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF SEDIMENT RESEARCH, 26(4), 471+.
 Wu, W., Altinakar, M. S., AlRiffai, M., Bergman, N., Bradford, S. F., Cao, Z., Chen, Q. J., Constantinescu, S. G., Duan, J. G., Gee, D. M., Greimann, B., Hanson, G., He, Z., Hegedus, P., van, H. T., Huddleston, D., Hughes, S. A., Imran, J., Jia, Y., , Jorgeson, J. D., et al. (2011). Earthen Embankment Breaching. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 137(12), 15491564.
 Zhang, S., & Duan, J. G. (2011). 1D finite volume model of unsteady flow over mobile bed. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 405(12), 5768.
 Julien, P. Y., Friesen, N., Duan, J. G., & Eykholt, R. (2010). Celerity and Amplification of Supercritical Surface Waves. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 136(9), 656661.
 Duan, J. G. (2009). Mean Flow and Turbulence around a Laboratory Spur Dike. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 135(10), 803811.
 Duan, J. G., He, L. i., Fu, X., & Wang, Q. (2009). Mean flow and turbulence around experimental spur dike. ADVANCES IN WATER RESOURCES, 32(12), 17171725.
 Barkdoll, B. D., & Duan, J. G. (2008). Sediment modeling: Issues and future directions. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 134(3), 285285.
 Chen, D., & Duan, J. G. (2008). Case study: Twodimensional model simulation of channel migration processes in West Jordan River, Utah. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 134(3), 315327.
 Duan, J. G., & Barkdoll, B. D. (2008). Surfacebased fractional transport predictor: Deterministic or stochastic. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 134(3), 350353.
 Zhong, D. Y., & Duan, J. G. (2008). Analytical approach to calculate rate of bank erosion  Closure. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 134(2), 281282.
 Duan, J. G., & Scott, S. (2007). Selective bedload transport in Las Vegas Wash, a gravelbed stream. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 342(34), 320330.
 Chen, D., & Duan, J. D. (2006). Simulating sinegenerated meandering channel evolution with an analytical model. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC RESEARCH, 44(3), 363373.
 Duan, J. G., & Nanda, S. K. (2006). Twodimensional depthaveraged model simulation of suspended sediment concentration distribution in a groyne field. JOURNAL OF HYDROLOGY, 327(34), 426437.
 Duan, J. G., Barkdoll, B., & French, R. (2006). Lodging velocity for an emergent aquatic plant in open channels. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC ENGINEERINGASCE, 132(10), 10151020.
 Duan, J. G., Chen, L. i., & Scott, S. (2006). Application of surfacebased bed load transport equations to a desert gravelbed stream. JOURNAL OF HYDRAULIC RESEARCH, 44(5), 624630.
 Duan, J. G. (2005).
Analytical Approach to Calculate Rate of Bank Erosion
. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, 131(11), 980990. doi:10.1061/(asce)07339429(2005)131:11(980)More infoBank erosion consists of two processes: basal erosion due to fluvial hydraulic force and bank failure under the influence of gravity. Because bank resistance force varies with the degree of saturation of bank material, the probability of bank failure is the probability of the driving force of bank failure being greater than the bank resistance force. The degree of saturation of bank material increases with river stage; therefore, the frequency of bank failure is correlated to the frequency of flooding. Consequently, the rate of bank erosion is due to both basal erosion and bank failure, and bank failure is a probabilistic phenomenon. In this paper, for cohesive bank material experiencing planar bank failure, a deterministic approach was adopted for basal erosion analysis, whereas the probability of bank failure was included in the analysis of bank failure. A method for calculating the rate of bank erosion was derived that integrates both basal erosion and bank failure processes, and accounts for the effects of hydraulic force, bank geometry, bank material properties, and probability of bank failure.  Duan, G., Jia, Y., & Wang, S. S. (1998). Bed shear stress in sinegenerated channels. International Water Resources Engineering Conference  Proceedings, 2, 13741379.More infoAbstract: In this paper, shear stress on the bed of sinegenerated channels is studied by using a three dimensional hydrodynamic model (CCHE3D). Predictions of the shear stress distribution from CCHE3D are compared with experimental data measured in sinegenerated curved channels. Both the simulation and the measurement show that the distribution pattern of bed shear stress is strongly affected by channel sinuosity, while the magnitude of bed shear stress is a function of channel sinuosity and bed relative roughness.
 Duan, G., Ligeng, L. i., & Wang, S. S. (1998). Twodimensional bank erosion model for noncohesive bank material. International Water Resources Engineering Conference  Proceedings, 2, 13981403.More infoAbstract: Bank erosion happens frequently in alluvial channels, which may cause serious economic and environmental problems, such as land loss, channel sedimentation and property damage. Due to its complexity, even though extensive research has been done in the past, it is still difficult to predict bank erosion. Therefore, a two dimensional numerical model has been developed to simulate the bank erosion processes by using computer. The model is based on a hydrodynamic model CCHE2D developed in the Center for Computational Hydroscience and Engineering, the University of Mississippi. In CCHE2D, depth averaged NavierStokes equations were solved by finite element method to obtain the depth averaged flow properties. Boundary shear stress is calculated by the flow model. From the boundary shear stress, bed load transport rate is computed. Assuming bed load only, the sediment continuity equation is solved numerically. Bank erosion is then related with the vertical erosion at the bank toe. The model has been validated against a physical experiment conducted by Ikeda (1981), and good agreements are observed.
 Duan, G., & Wang, G. (1995). Experimental study on bed forms and flow resistance of lightweight materials with different densities. Journal of Hydrodynamics, 7(1), 5865.More infoAbstract: Experiments were conducted to investigate the bed form and flow resistance of the lightweight sediment in an open channel flow. Three different synthetic materials with specific gravity 1.055, 1.46 and with uniform sizes D50 1.25mm, 1.05mm, 1.40mm were used. Some conclusions were obtained from experimental results and the data of other reliable references. The conclusions indicate that the grain resistance is greatly affected by D50, and the bed form resistance is the function of the downstream slope and height of dune As well as natural sand, Y is not only the function of Y', but also affected by the relative roughness Rb/D50 and the size of used sediment.
Proceedings Publications
 Duan, J. G., Jo, H., Shim, J., & Ahamed, T. (2018, March). Flood fragility analysis of instream bridges. In SPIE Smart Structures/NDE.
 Zhou, K., Duan, J. G., Rosenberg, A., & Shim, J. (2018, Jan). Application of KINEROS2 for Simulating Surface Runoff and Sediment Yield in Desert Watershed. In 18th World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2018, 489497.
 Duan, J. G., Jo, H., Jeong, J., Shim, J., & Ahamed, T. (2017, May). Advanced signal processing of sonar measurement for bridge scour monitoring. In the World Environmental and Water Resources Congress.
 Ahamed, T., Shim, J., Jo, H., & Duan, G. (2016). Feasibility Test of LowCost Sonar Sensors for Bridge Scour Monitoring. In World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2016.
 Jo, H., Duan, J. G., & Shim, J. (2016, Spring). Simulating Sediment Transport around a Bridge Pier Using Open FOAM Software. In World Environmental and Water Resources Congress.
 Touhid, A., Shim, J., Jo, H., & Duan, J. G. (2016, Spring). Feasibility Test of Lowcost Sonar Sensors for Bridge Scour Monitoring. In World Environmental and Water Resources Congress.
 AlAsadi, K., & Duan, J. G. (2014). ThreeDimensional Simulation of Tidal Flow in Vegetated Marsh Area. In World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014.
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. G. (2014). Modeling Meandering Channel by TwoDimensional Shallow Water Equations. In AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1.
 Yu, C., & Duan, J. G. (2014). TwoDimensional Finite Volume Model for Sediment Transport in Unsteady Flow. In World Environmental and Water Resources Congress 2014.
 Duan, J. G., Yu, C., Duan, J. G., & Yu, C. (2013, Sept). Two Dimensional Finite Volume Model for Overland and Channel Flow Simulation. In Proceedings of 35th IAHR conference.
Presentations
 Duan, J. G. (2020, 12/2020). Experimental and Computational Fluvial Hydraulics. Invited Web Seminar. Tucson, AZ: School of Civil Engineering, Tianjin University, Tianjin, P.R China.
 Duan, J. G. (2019, 6/2019). Experimental Study of Bed Load Particle Velocity Using Particle Tracking. Invited Seminar. Wuhan, PR China: State Key Laboratory of Water Resources and Hydropower Engineering Science, Wuhan University, Wuhan, P.R. China.
Poster Presentations
 Meixner, T., Zuckerman, M. P., Duan, J. G., & Crosson, C. (2019, 12/2019). Advances in Green Infrastructure Research, Development, and Community Adoption III. AGU Fall Meeting.