J. Chang, Ph.D.
Professor of Civil Engineering Department, Ohio University
Executive Director, Ohio River
Basin Consortium for Research and Education
740-593-1462 ; Fax: 740-593-0625 ; Email: email@example.com
Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, Ohio University, Athens,
Ohio, 1995 to present; Associate Professor, 1988-95; Assistant Professor,
1982-88; Research Fellowship, Waterway Experimental Station, US Army Corps of
Engineers, Vicksburg, Mississippi, 6/92-8/92; Research Fellowship, Huntington
District of US Army Corps of Engineers, West Virginia, 6/87-8/87; Visiting
Assistant Professor, School of Civil Engineering, Purdue University, West
Lafayette, Indiana, 1/82-7/82.
Ph.D., School of Civil Engineering with specialty in water
resources/environmental engineering, Purdue University, W. Lafayette, Indiana,
1982; M.S., Civil Engineering with specialty in hydraulics and hydrology,
National Taiwan University, 1977; B.S. Civil Engineering with specialty in
harbor and river hydraulics, National Taiwan Ocean University, 1973.
Major Achievements Since 1982:
serving as the Executive Director for the Ohio River Basin Consortium for
Research and Education (ORBCRE), 2003 – present.
for a U. S. Patent, "Method and Apparatus for Controlling Macrofoulers in On-Demand Water Conduits," based
on a project supported by the Sea Grant College Program/NOAA, Patent
Number 5,948,279, issued on September
for a U.S. Patent, "Mechanical Device for Controlling Zebra Mussels
in Water Conduits," Patent Number 5,578,116, issued on November 26, 1996.
the Outstanding Service Award from the Ohio River Basin
Consortium for Research and Education, November 1995.
for a U.S. Patent, "Method for Controlling Zebra Mussels in Water
Conduits," Patent Number 5,376,282, issued on December 27, 1994.
two terms as the Chair of Ohio River Basin Consortium for Research and
Education, 1991/93 and 1993/95.
105 articles including 21 journal papers with one under review, 37
proceedings papers, and 47 technical notes, research reports, or news.
60 national and international technical presentations.
the ORBCRE Foundation, received the first environmental donation, 1993,
and received the first educational donation, 1994.
the Fritz and Dolores Russ Research Award, Ohio University,
an average teaching rating of 3.37 while teaching 13 different courses,
the Best Teacher by Civil Engineering Students, Ohio University,
1988 and 1989.
the Outstanding Advisor Award, Ohio
University, Athens, Ohio,
as Program Chair of the 1989 ORBCRE Scientific Symposium, Athens, Sept. 6-8, 1989.
as Program Chair of 1991 OCAPA Scientific Symposium, Athens, July 4-6, 1991.
Stocker Faculty Research Fellowship, Ohio University,
1982, 1983, 1985, 1990.