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Wu, Yinghsin

Disaster Prevention Research Institute (DPRI) Program-Specific Associate Professor

Wu, Yinghsin
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    Last Updated :2022/06/24

    Basic Information

    Professional Memberships

    • American Geophysical Union
    • 日本流体力学会
    • 日本地すべり学会
    • 水文・水資源学会
    • 日本土木学会

    Academic Degree

    • (National Taiwan University)
    • (National Taiwan University)
    • (National Taiwan University)
    • (National Taiwan University)

    Academic Resume (Graduate Schools)

    • National Taiwan University, Department of Civil Engineering, Hydraulic Engineering, 修了
    • National Taiwan University, Department of Civil Engineering, Hydraulic ENgineering, 修了

    Academic Resume (Undergraduate School/Majors)

    • National Taiwan University, Department of Civil Engineering, 卒業

    Research History

    • From Nov. 2020
      Kyoto University, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Program-specific Associate professor
    • From Apr. 2020, To Oct. 2020
      Kyoto University, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Program-specific post-doctoral researcher, Specially-appointed Associate Professor
    • From Oct. 2018, To Mar. 2020
      Kyoto University, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Program-specific post-doctoral researcher, Specially-appointed Assistant Professor
    • From Oct. 2016, To Sep. 2018
      Kyoto University, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, JSPS Oversea Research Fellow
    • From Apr. 2016, To Sep. 2016
      Kyoto University, Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Program-specific post-doctoral researcher, Specially-appointed Assistant Professor
    • From Apr. 2014, To Mar. 2016
      Shimane University, Organization for Research and Academic Information Center for the Promotion of Project Research, Assistant Professor
    • From Jan. 2014, To Mar. 2014
      National Taiwan University, Hydrotech Research Institute, Postdoctoral Researcher
    • From Sep. 2013, To Dec. 2013
      Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral Resources, Visiting Scholar

    Language of Instruction

    • Japanese
    • English
    • Chinese

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      Last Updated :2022/06/24

      Research

      Research Interests

      • mountain hydrology
      • groundwater flow
      • landslide
      • debris flow
      • sediment disaster

      Research Areas

      • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention), Disaster prevention engineering
      • Social infrastructure (civil Engineering, architecture, disaster prevention), Hydroengineering

      Papers

      • Future change of snake line pattern and its relation to sediment disasters
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Eiichi Nakakita; Akihiko Yamaji
        Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser B1 (Hydraulic Engineering), Dec. 2021, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Coupled empirical-mechanical modeling of debris flows occurred in small ungauged basins
        Ying-Hsin Wu
        Environmental Earth Sciences, Jan. 2021, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Last author, Corresponding author
      • Future change of rainfall-triggered landslide risk using NHRCM05 based on critical line method
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Eiichi Nakakita; Masaru Kunitomo
        Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering), Nov. 2020, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Simulation of debris-flow runout near a construction site in Korea
        Byung-Gon Chae; Ying-Hsin Wu; Ko-Fei Liu; Junghae Choi; Hyuck-Jin Park
        Applied Sciences, Sep. 2020, Peer-reviewed
      • Reply to comment by Kong et al. on “Appropriate Boundary Condition for Dupuit‐Boussinesq Theory on the Steady Groundwater Flow in an Unconfined Sloping Aquifer With Uniform Recharge”
        Ying‐Hsin Wu; Takahiro Sayama; Eiichi Nakakita
        Water Resources Research, 03 Apr. 2019, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Assessment of landslide hazards using logistic regression with high-resolution radar rainfall observation and geological factor
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Eiichi Nakakita
        Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering), 2019, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Appropriate boundary condition for Dupuit-Boussinesq theory on the steady groundwater flow in an unconfined sloping aquifer with uniform recharge
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Takahiro Sayama; Eiichi Nakakita
        Water Resources Research, 03 Sep. 2018, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • TXT-tool 3.886-1.1: Debris2D Tutorial
        Ko-Fei Liu; Ying-Hsin Wu
        Landslide Dynamics: ISDR-ICL Landslide Interactive Teaching Tools, 2018
      • TXT-tool 3.886-1.2: Simulation for the Debris Flow and Sediment Transport in a Large-Scale Watershed
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Ko-Fei Liu; Yi-Chin Chen; Yu-Jia Chiu; Shang-Shu Shih
        Landslide Dynamics: ISDR-ICL Landslide Interactive Teaching Tools, 2018, Lead author
      • A transient model for shallow groundwater table evolution in an unconfined sloping aquifer
        WU Ying-Hsin; NAKAKITA Eiichi
        Journal of Japan Society of Civil Engineers, Ser. B1 (Hydraulic Engineering), 2018, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Dynamic modeling of sediment budget in Shihmen reservoir watershed in Taiwan
        Yi-Chin Chen; Ying-Hsin Wu; CW Shen; YJ Chiu
        Water, 2018, Peer-reviewed, Corresponding author
      • Flow behavior and mobility of contaminated waste rock materials in the abandoned Imgi mine in Korea
        S.W. Jeong; Ying-Hsin Wu; Y.C. Cho; S.W. Ji
        Geomorphology, Jan. 2018, Peer-reviewed
      • GIS and numerical simulation based model for prediction of vulnerability on mountain tsunami at Meeriyabedda, Sri Lanka
        Jayamali, M; M. Karunasena; L. Wimalsinghe; J. Gunatilake; Ying-Hsin Wu; W. Bandara
        Journal of Geological Society of Sri Lanka, 2017, Peer-reviewed
      • Numerical analysis of debris flow hazards from case study
        J.H. Choi; B.G. Chae; K.F. Liu; Ying-Hsin Wu
        Landslides and Engineered Slopes. Experience, Theory and Practice, 2016, Last author
      • Preliminary investigation of the 20 August 2014 debris flows triggered by a severe rainstorm in Hiroshima City, Japan
        F. Wang; Ying-Hsin Wu; H. Yang; Y. Tanida; A. Kamei
        Geoenvironmental Disasters, 24 Jul. 2015, Peer-reviewed
      • Start-up flow of a Bingham fluid between two coaxial cylinders under a constant wall shear stress
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Ko-Fei Liu
        Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics, 22 Jun. 2015, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Formulas for calibration of rheological parameters of Bingham fluid in Couette rheometer
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Ko-Fei Liu
        Journal of Fluids Engineering, 2015, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • The influence of accumulated precipitation on debris flow hazard area
        K.-F. Liu; S.-C. Wei; Ying-Hsin Wu
        Landslide Science for a Safer Geoenvironment: Volume 3: Targeted Landslides, 2014, Peer-reviewed, Last author
      • The Influence of Countermeasure on Debris Flow Hazards with Numerical Simulation
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Ko-Fei Liu
        Landslide Science for a Safer Geoenvironment, 2014, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Large-scale simulation of watershed mass transport: a case study of Tsengwen reservoir watershed, southwest Taiwan
        Ko-Fei Liu; Ying-Hsin Wu; Yi-Chin Chen; Yu-Jia Chiu; Shang-Shu Shih
        Natural Hazards, 2013, Peer-reviewed, Corresponding author
      • Comparison between FLO-2D and Debris-2D on the application of assessment of granular debris flow hazards with case study
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Ko-Fei Liu; Yi-Chin Chen
        Journal of Mountain Science, 2013, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Detecting field topography by using microwave
        K.-F. Liu; Ying-Hsin Wu
        Advanced Science Letters, 2012, Peer-reviewed, Corresponding author
      • Steady motion of Bingham fluid contained between two concentric cylinders
        Liu, K.-F; Wu, Y.-H
        Journal of Chinese Soil and Water Conservation, 2012, Peer-reviewed, Last author, Corresponding author
      • Homogenization theory applied to unsaturated solid-liquid mixture
        K.-F. Liu; Ying-Hsin Wu; Y.-C. Hsu
        Journal of Mechanics, 2012, Peer-reviewed, Corresponding author
      • The unified theory of debris flow initiation by using homogenization theory
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Ko-Fei Liu
        Italian Journal of Engineering Geology and Environment, 2011, Peer-reviewed, Lead author, Corresponding author

      Misc.

      • Analysis of Future Changes of Geometric Range of Snake Lines and its Relation to Sediment Disasters in a Changing Climate
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Eiichi Nakakita; Akihiko Yamaji
        DPRI Annuals, Dec. 2021, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Influences of Climate Change
        Eiichi Nakakita; Yukari Osakada; Ying-Hsin Wu
        KASEN(River), May 2021, Invited
      • Summary of the 4th International Convection-Permitting Modeling Workshop for Climate Research
        Takayabu, I; Rasmussen, R; Nakakita, E; Prein, A; Kawase, H; Watanabe, S.-I; Adachi, S.A; Takemi, T; Yamaguchi, K; Osakada, Y; Wu, Y.-H
        GEWEX Quarterly, Feb. 2021
      • Risk of rainfall-triggered landslide disasters under climate change by applying critical line method to NHRCM05
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Eiichi Nakakita; Masaru KUNITOMO
        DPRI Annuals, 2020, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Assessment of Landslide Disasters in Hiroshima Prefecture during H30.07 Heavy Rainfall Using Logistic Regression with Hydrometeorological Factors
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Eiichi Nakakita
        Proceedings of 2019 Annual Conference, Japan Society of Hydrology and Water Resources, 2019, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • A Transient Model for Shallow Groundwater Table Evolution in An Unconfined Sloping Aquifer Considering Variable Rainfall Recharge
        WU Ying-Hsin; NAKAKITA Eiichi
        DPRI Annuals, 2019, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Landslide Hazard Assessment in Western Japan Using Logistic Regression Analysis with Hydrometeorological Factors
        WU Ying-Hsin; NAKAKITA Eiichi
        DPRI Annuals, 2018
      • Ill-posed problem on one-dimensional steady groundwater flow in an unconfined hillslope with recharge
        Ying-Hsin Wu; Takahiro Sayama; Eiichi Nakakita
        2017水文・水資源学会研究発表会要旨集, 2017, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • A New Method of Stress Analysis in Hillslopes Considering Vegetation Effects Using Poroelasticity
        WU Ying-Hsin; NAKAKITA Eiichi
        DPRI Annuals, 2017, Lead author, Corresponding author
      • Environmental impact of debris flow hazards of abandoned Imgi Mine in Korea under climate change
        Wu Ying-Hsin
        Proceeding of Annual Conference, 2016

      Presentations

      • Recent assessment of landslide hazards in Japan in a changing climate
        Ying-Hsin Wu
        National Chung Hsing University, 20 Nov. 2020, Invited
      • Hydrometeorological perspectives on landslide hazard assessment: the present and future roles of convective-permitting modeling (CPM)
        Ying-Hsin Wu
        International Workshop Convection-Permitting Modeling for Climate Research: Current and Future Challenges, 04 Sep. 2020, Invited
      • An introduction to slopeland hazards in Taiwan – Current status, countermeasures and future trends under climate change impact
        Ying-Hsin Wu
        National Chung Hsing University, Jan. 2019, Invited
      • On the way to predict slopeland hazards under climate change impact
        Ying-Hsin Wu
        JSPS Science Dialogue, 2018, Invited

      Awards

      • Feb. 2019
        DPRI, Kyoto University, Best Presentation Award
      • Sep. 2018
        Japan Society of Hydrology and Water Resources, Best Poster Presentation Award
      • Oct. 2012
        10th International Symposium on Mitigation of Geo-disaster in Asia, Promising Young Scholar Award
      • Oct. 2012
        10th International Symposium on Mitigation of Geo-disaster in Asia, Best Paper Award

      External funds: Kakenhi

      • An integrated approach for modeling hillslope ecohydroclimatology: a new path to predict landslides in a changing climate
        Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)
        Basic Section 22040:Hydroengineering-related
        Kyoto University
        WU YINGHSIN
        From 01 Apr. 2022, To 31 Mar. 2025, Granted
        地すべり;ドローン観測;気候変動;斜面災害予測

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