Zhuping Sheng, Texas
Texas A&M AgriLife Research Center at El Paso
Dr. Zhuping Sheng is professor at Texas A&M University, a registered Professional Engineer (P.E.), and an explorer who seeks good quality and sufficient amount of water to sustain and balance the community development, agricultural production, and healthy ecosystem in a changing climate, especially in arid regions. His areas of expertise include hydrogeology, interaction of surface water and groundwater, managed aquifer recharge, management strategies of the shared transboundary resources, and aquifer mechanics. He has served and is currently serving on the several technical committees of National Research Council of National Academies, ASCE-EWRI, American Water Resources Association and other organizations. He received his Doctoral degree in Hydrogeology/Hydrology from University of Nevada, Reno USA, his M. Sci. degree in Engineering Geology from Institute of Geology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China and B.Eng. degree in Hydrogeology/Engineering Geology from Tongji University, Shanghai, China.
Thursday, June 7
8:30 AM – 10:00 AM