Dr Yueqing Xie

Academic Status

College of Science and Engineering

place Biological Sciences (252)
GPO Box 2100, Adelaide 5001, South Australia

Dr. Yueqing Xie is a hydrogeologist, specialised in hydrological modelling. He has interests in combining field methods and computer models to advance knowledge and inform water resource management. He completed both of his Bachelor and Master degrees at the University of Geosciences (Beijing). The topic of his Master research was related to slope stability analysis broadly in the discipline of geological engineering. Afterwards, he came to Flinders University to pursue his PhD degree with Prof. Craig Simmons. His PhD research was to examine the predictability of variable density flow in groundwater. After completing his PhD research, he carried on his research to work as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow at the National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training located at Flinders University. Since then, he has worked on a number of projects, largely related to the assessment of hydrological processes and the estimation of water flow rates in different parts of the Earth's critical zone.

Qualifications

PhD in Groundwater Hydrology (2012, Flinders University)

Master in Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering (2008, University of Geosciences Beijing)

Bachelor in Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering (2005, University of Geosciences Beijing)

Honours, awards and grants
  • Ian Potter Foundation Travel Award, 2015
  • SA Branch Australian Water Association Postgraduate Excellence Award, 2012
  • Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship, 2011
  • National Centre for Groundwater Research and Training Travel Scholarship, 2011
  • Excellent Graduate Award in Beijing, 2008
Supervisory interests
Groundwater flow and solute transport modelling
Groundwater hydrology
Groundwater rechange
Groundwater/surface water interaction

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