Dr. Nick Z. Fang is the Robert S. Gooch Endowed associate professor in the Civil Engineering Department at the University of Texas, Arlington. He obtained his Ph.D. degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering at Rice University. He is one of the founding researchers at the Severe Storm Prediction, Education, and Evacuation from Disasters (SSPEED) Center. He is also the associate chair of the academic council for the Interagency Flood Risk Management (InFRM) team consisting of USACE, USGS, NWS, and FEMA.
Dr. Fang actively performs research in the areas of urban hydrology, radar hydrology, large scale hydrologic modeling, radar-based flood warning systems, water resources planning and management, and disaster (hurricanes, floods, and droughts) mitigation for USACE, NSF, NOAA, USDA, NASA, TxGLO, TWDB, TxDOT, TRA, NCTCOG, TRWD, HCFCD, etc.
Dr. Fang has been also working on surface water and groundwater problems for over ten years including stormwater management modeling, water treatment, hydrodynamic simulation, and water quality assessment for a number of watersheds and areas in Texas, Florida, Connecticut, California, and Louisiana.
UAVS as a Multispectral Remote Sensing Platform
Dr. Nick Z. Fang and the Fang Research Group have a board research area in water-related and played key roles in developing and making significant contributions to the research areas including but not limited to:
As a premier research group, the goal of Fang Research Group and our success involves performing world-class research. All members of Fang Research Group make our research one of their top priorities and look forward to our continued achievements.
Phone: (817) 272-5334
P.O. Box 19308
Room 431, Nedderman Hall
Arlington, TX 76019-0308