Shaochun Huang

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In flood modeling, many one-dimensional (1D) hydrodynamic and water quality models are too restricted in capturing the spatial differentiation of processes within a polder or system of polders and two-dimensional (2D) models are too demanding in data requirements and computational resources, especially if Monte-Carlo techniques are to be used for model(More)
Contents 1. Introduction 1.1. Dynamical water quality models 1.2. Types of dynamical water quality models 1.3. Levels of model complexity 1.4. Representation of spatial structure 2. Overview of water quality models for the catchment scale 3. Ecohydrological model SWIM – a short description 4. Selected SWIM applications in the Elbe basin 4.1. Case study(More)
Being direct band-gap materials, carbon nanotubes (CNTs) have a potential to be efficient optoelectronic detection material. In order to explore this potential application, a CNTs-based device is fabricated with micromachined techniques and depositing the CNTs on the substrate surface with CVD growth methods. The structure of the CNTs-based device is(More)
Photoacoustic imaging is a biomedical imaging modality capable of early cancer detection. In this paper, we proposed a novel iterative Projections Onto Convex Sets (POCS) method for improving photoacoustic reconstruction. This method aims to obtain a non negative pressure distribution satisfying the measured signals. This POCS method is performed in the(More)
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