School of Civil, Mining, Environmental and Architectural Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Information Sciences, University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia.
Dr. Guangming Jiang has broad research interests in wastewater treatment processes, environmental health, wastewater pathogens, wastewater-based epidemiology, microbiologically influenced corrosion, bio concrete, and modeling. Now, he is leading or participating as chief investigator in a number of major projects funded by the Australian government, including six ARC projects as a Chief Investigator, one ARC DECRA, one Queensland Accelerate Fellowship, one Australian Academy of Science project, nine industry contract projects and four university internal projects. Dr. Jiang was awarded his Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering at The University of Queensland. Also, he completed a Master of Applied Science in Environmental Microbiology (Lincoln University), and a Bachelor of Engineering in Environmental Engineering (Harbin Institute of Technology). His international research collaborators and partners are from top institutes like Stanford University and the Technical University of Denmark. He is a member of the European MIC Network funded by European Cooperation COST Action in 2021. He is also the leading Australian researcher of the World Health Organization (WHO) funded Global Sewage Surveillance Project (2020-) at the Technical University of Denmark. Now he is leading and coordinating the Asia-Pacific Network for Wastewater Monitoring of COVID-19, funded by the Australian Academy of Science and the Department of Industry, Science, Energy and Resources (www.watmoc.com). Dr. Jiang has published 100+ SCI journal papers, primarily in top journals like Water Research, Environmental Science & Technology. His previous research outcome has led to a fully commercialized technology through USP Technologies Ltd. in the USA. Also, he provides consulting and testing services to some major wastewater infrastructure projects like Singapore Deep Tunnel Sewerage System and Auckland Interception Sewer. He is a member of a few major water and environmental associations, including the International Water Association (IWA), the Australian Water Association (AWA), the Smart Water Networks Forum (SWAN), and the Australasian Genomic Technologies Association (AGTA).
Environmental engineering, Sewer corrosion & odour, Sewage epidemiology, Modelling, Smart water