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 Lam Man (Arthur) Yue

Lam Man (Arthur) Yue

Research associate

School of Engineering

Email
lamm7@cardiff.ac.uk
Campuses
S1.39, Queen's Buildings - South Building, 5 The Parade, Newport Road, Cardiff, CF24 3AA

Overview

Arthur graduated as a civil engineer and researcher and have participated in research in water quality modelling, flood mitigation, transient-based defect detection in water supply systems and hydrodynamic stability theories. My current research involves mechanistic and Artificial Intelligence (AI) models for sustainable development and public information concerning water quality. The key research questions are:

  • Mechanistic model assumptions in coastal waters: There is no general consensus concerning the turbulence and bacteria decay models suitable for coastal waters. While the suitability of these models are site and bacteria dependent, factors governing the use of such models require clarification.
  • AI models: AI models require less computational power and obtain water quality predictions quicker than mechanistic models. Nonlinear AI models are being developed to better predict bathing water quality, especially faecal indicator bacteria concentrations.

I am also a member of the International Association for Hydro-environment Engineering and Research (IAHR).

Biography

Experience

2019-Current: Research Associate, Cardiff University

2016-2019: Research Associate, HKUST

2015-2016: Reserach Associate, HK Polytechnic University

2007-2015: Teaching assistant for numerous Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics courses in HKUST

Education

2015: PhD in Civil and Environemntal Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST)

2007: BEng in Civil and Structural Engineering, HKUST

Teaching

Cardiff University:

  • Assisting in supervising an Undergraduate Final Year Project student in Artificial Intelligence (2020-2021)

Hong Kong University of Science and Technology:

  • Assisting in supervising over five Undergraduate Final Year Project students in Pipe Transients and Open Channel Flows
  • Teaching Assistant in taught Master and Undergraduate courses in Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics

Research interest

Hydro-environmental modelling; Artificial Intelligence (AI) modelling; Turbulence; Hydrodynamic stability theory

Participation in Research Projects

Title Principal Investigator(s) Funder Project Sum Duration
Flood Resilience for the TRANsport Sector (FR-TRANS) Pregnolato M (University of Bristol) GW4 Generator Fund £19,988.05 01/06/2021-30/11/2021
Promoting Energy-water Nexus resource efficiency through Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency (EERES4WATER) - Subproject for Cardiff University Ahmadian R (Cardiff University, CU) EU INTERREG Atlantic Area £282,659 (CU portion) 01/04/2019 -  31/03/2022
Smart Urban Water Supply Systems Ghidaoui M S (HKUST) Hong Kong Resaerch Grant Council £3,074,911 01/01/2016 - 31/12/2021