Academic Profile : Faculty

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Assoc Prof Lo Yat-Man, Edmond
Director, Institute of Catastrophe Risk Management (ICRM)
Associate Professor, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
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Highly Cited
Shao, S., & Lo, E. Y. (2003). Incompressible SPH method for simulating Newtonian and non-Newtonian flows with a free surface. Advances in water resources, 26(7), 787-800.

Lo, E. Y., & Shao, S. (2002). Simulation of near-shore solitary wave mechanics by an incompressible SPH method. Applied Ocean Research, 24(5), 275-286.

Lo, E., & Mei, C. C. (1985). A numerical study of water-wave modulation based on a higher-order nonlinear Schrödinger equation. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 150, 395-416.

Yao, Y., Huang, Z., Monismith, S. G., & Lo, E. Y. (2012). 1DH Boussinesq modeling of wave transformation over fringing reefs. Ocean Engineering, 47, 30-42.

Allen, M. G., Butler, C. T. J., Lo, E. Y., & Russo, F. (1993). An imaging neural network combustion control system for utility boiler applications. Combustion and Flame, 94(1-2), 205-214.

Yao, Y., Huang, Z., Monismith, S. G., & Lo, E. Y. (2013). Characteristics of monochromatic waves breaking over fringing reefs. Journal of Coastal Research, 29(1), 94-104.

Tan, S. B., Chua, L. H., Shuy, E. B., Lo, E. Y. M., & Lim, L. W. (2008). Performances of rainfall-runoff models calibrated over single and continuous storm flow events. Journal of Hydrologic Engineering, 13(7), 597-607.

Lo, E. Y., & Mei, C. C. (1987). Slow evolution of nonlinear deep water waves in two horizontal directions: A numerical study. Wave motion, 9(3), 245-259.

Lee, W. K., & Lo, E. Y. (2002). Surface-penetrating flexible membrane wave barriers of finite draft. Ocean engineering, 29(14), 1781-1804.

Daksiya, V., Su, H. T., Chang, Y. H., & Lo, E. Y. (2017). Incorporating socio-economic effects and uncertain rainfall in flood mitigation decision using MCDA. Natural Hazards, 87(1), 515-531.

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Recent Publications
Li, Q., Mao, K., Li, P., Xu, Y., & Lo, E. Y. (2022). A novel end-to-end neural network for simultaneous filtering of task-unrelated named entities and fine-grained typing of task-related named entities. Expert Systems with Applications, 204.

Jian, W., Lo, E. Y. M., & Pan, T. C. (2021). Probabilistic storm surge hazard using a steady-state surge model for the Pearl River Delta Region, China. Science of The Total Environment, 801, 149606.

Sarica, G. M., Zhu, T., Jian, W., Lo, E. Y. M., & Pan, T. C. (2021). Spatio-temporal dynamics of flood exposure in Shenzhen from present to future. Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, 48(5), 1011-1024.

Daksiya, V., Mandapaka, P. V., & Lo, E. Y. (2021). Effect of climate change and urbanisation on flood protection decision‐making. Journal of Flood Risk Management, 14(1), e12681.

Jian, W., Li, S., Lai, C., Wang, Z., Cheng, X., Lo, E. Y. M., & Pan, T. C. (2021). Evaluating pluvial flood hazard for highly urbanised cities: a case study of the Pearl River Delta Region in China. Natural Hazards, 105(2), 1691-1719.

Peipei Yang, Derek A. Fong, Edmond Yat-Man Lo, Stephen G. Monismith. (2019). Vertical mixing in a shallow tropical reservoirLimnology, .

Su HT, Cheung SH, Lo EYM. (2018). Multi-objective optimal design for flood risk management with resilience objectives. Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 32(4), 1147–1162.

Mandapaka, PV and Lo EYM. (2018). Assessment of future changes in Southeast Asian rainfall using the NASA Earth Exchange global daily downscaled projections (NEX-GDDP) dataset. International Journal of Climatology, Accepted.

Kamarajugedda SA, Mandapaka PV, Lo EYM. (2017). Assessing urban growth dynamics of major Southeast Asian cities using Night-Time Light data. International Journal Of Remote Sensing, 38, 6073-6093.

V. Daksiya; H. T. Su; Y. H. Chang; Edmond Y. M. Lo. (2017). Incorporating socio-economic effects and uncertain rainfall in flood mitigation decision using MCDA. Natural Hazards, 87(1), 515–531.
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