Zhou Bo


Phone: (+86) 13407161756

Email: zhoubohust@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Geotechnical Engineering

Research Interests: Soil Mechanics, Particle Morphology, Discrete Element Method

Academic Degrees

PhD-exchange in Geotechnical Engineering, 2013, City University of Hong Kong;

PhD in Geotechnical Engineering, 2013, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;

B.E. in Civil Engineering, 2009, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;

Professional Experience

Assistant Professor (2015-now); Geotechnical Engineering, Huazhong University of Science and Technology

Postdoc Research Associate (2013-now); Geotechnical Engineering, City University of Hong Kong;

Selected Publications

  • Zhou B., Wang J, Zhao B. Micromorphology characterization and reconstruction of sand particles using micro X-ray tomography and Spherical harmonics. Engineering Geology 2015, 184(14): 126-137.

  • Zhou B., Wang J. Random generation of natural sand assembly using micro X-ray tomography and Spherical harmonics. Géotechnique Letters 2015, 5: 6-11.

  • Zhou B., Wang J., Wang H. A new probabilistic approach for predicting particle crushing in one-dimensional compression of granular soil. Soils and Foundations 2014, 54(4): 833–844.

  • Zhou B., Huang R., Wang H. & Wang J. DEM investigation of particle anti-rotation effects on the micro-mechanical response of granular materials. Granular Matter 2013, 15: 315-326.

  • Wang H., Zhou, B., and et al. Characteristic analysis of large-scale loess landslides and mitigation: a case study in Baoji City of Loess Plateau of Northwest China. Natural Hazards and Earth Sciences 2011, 11: 1829-1837.

Awards and Honors

  • Doctoral national scholarship, 2013, The Ministry of Education of the People's Republic of China

Courses Taught

  • 0200501: Project Budget and Bid


The youth program of national natural science fund (2016,01 - 2018,12), 51508216, Experimental and numerical studies on the macro and micro shearing properties of sands considering the effect of the real particle morphology