Institute for Transport Studies (ITS)

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Dr Yue Huang

Lecturer in Transport Engineering

Phone: +44 (0)113 34 32254
Room: 1.02
Email: Y.Huang1@leeds.ac.uk_

Employment History
2012-2018, Senior Lecturer in Civil Engineering, Liverpool John Moores University
2011-2012, Research Fellow, Nottingham Transportation Engineering Centre, University of Nottingham
2007-2011, Research Engineer, Scott Wilson Ltd (now AECOM)

Professional Qualifications
Chartered Engineer, Member of the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT), 2011
Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching (PGCert) qualification, 2014
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA), 2014

Education
PhD, Life Cycle Assessment of Use of Recycled Materials in Asphalt Pavements, Newcastle University, United Kingdom, 2007
MSc, Pavement Engineering, Chang'an University, China, 2003
BEng, Civil Engineering, Chang'an University, China, 2001

Professional Engagement
CEng Reviewer, the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation (CIHT), 2016 to date

Academic Standard Panel, the Institute of Highway Engineers (IHE), 2017 to date

Key Research Interest
Life cycle assessment
Pavement design, materials and recycling
Road safety

Research Grants Awarded:

British Council, UK-China Joint Research and Innovation Partnership Fund, Preparation and Electrical Output of Asphalt Concrete with Embedded Energy HarvesterCo-I, Duration: 12 months

Royal Academy of Engineering - Newton Fund, The Role of Additive Manufacturing in Promoting the Safety of Vulnerable Road Users in BrazilPI, Duration: 6 months

Egyptian Cultural Centre & Educational Bureau, Quantifying the Environmental Impacts of Road TransportCo-I, Duration: 2 years

British Council, Researchers Link Travel Grant, Quantifying the Impact of Road Geometry, Traffic and Environmental Characteristics on Frequency and Severity of Pedestrian AccidentsCo-I, Duration: 3 months

Royal Academy of Engineering - Newton Fund, Potential for Using the Park-and-Ride Systems for Reducing Congestion Problems in China’s Main CitiesPI, Duration: 6 months

Research Projects Participated:

Horizon 2020 - Marie Curie Actions - Research and Innovation Staff Exchange (RISE), Partnership for Research in Geopolymer Concretes, 2016-2017

European Commission Framework Programme 7, End of Life Strategies of Asphalt Pavements (ReRoad), 2011-2012

European Commission Framework Programme 6, Economical and Sustainable Pavement Infrastructure for Surface Transport (EcoLanes), 2007-2009

 

 

Deterioration and Maintenance of Pavements, TRAN5946

Road Geometry and Infrastructure, TRAN5241

Highway Engineering CIVE/XJCV2550

Supervision of Masters dissertations

Papers

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