Dr. Gordon Huang honoured by Engineering Institute of Canada

December 14, 2021

gordon-huang.jpgUniversity of Regina, Professor of Environmental Systems Engineering, Dr. Gordon Huang has been inducted as a 2022 Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC) Fellow.

Dr. Huang is one of 20 members inducted this year and the only one from Saskatchewan.

Dean of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science, Dr. Esam Hussein said, “This is a well-deserved honour for Dr. Huang, a researcher of a stellar research record and a leader in his research field.”

Over the decades, Dr. Huang’s research has focused on planning of energy and environmental systems, synchrotron-based environmental chemistry and biochemistry, climate modeling and downscaling, and simulation of hydrological and environmental systems.

Dr. Huang has received more than 200 research grants and contracts, eight NSERC Strategic Grants, and over 20 other NSERC/CFI grants. He also has over 1000 peer-refereed international journal papers with an H-index of 75 in Science Citation Index, was recognized by Web of Science Group for 0.1 per cent of the world’s researchers across 21 research fields in 2019, and was the most cited researchers in Environmental Science and Engineering as recognized by Elsevier in 2016. He supervised over 100 Master/PhD students with over 30 of them teaching at universities over the world.

The EIC, founded in 1887, recognizes excellence in engineering and services to the profession and society.  The Fellow inductions will be made at the next EIC Banquet in April, 2022.


Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Regina


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