PhD Student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University
Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering
- PhD Student, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University
Yige Yang is a PhD student in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, working for Dr. Cliff Davidson. She received her MS degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Syracuse University and her BS in Environmental Science from Sun Yat-sen University, China. Her research interests include understanding the hydraulic and thermal performance of green roofs and the specific design of green roofs. She also enjoys all outdoor activities. Her research updates can be found at https://yyang71.expressions.syr.edu
- MS, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Syracuse University
- BS, Environmental Science, Syracuse University
Yang, Y. and C. I. Davidson. 2021. Green roof aging effect on physical properties and hydrologic performance. Journal of Sustainable Water in the Built Environment 7(3):. DOI: 10.1061/JSWBAY.0000949. (link )
Yang, Y., C. I. Davidson and J. Zhang. 2021. Evaluation of thermal performance of green roofs via field measurements and hygrothermal simulations. Energy and Buildings 237:110800. DOI: 10.1016/j.enbuild.2021.110800. (link )
Yang, Y. and C. I. Davidson. 2017. Evaluation of thermal performance of an extensive green roof. Presentation at the Northeast Graduate Student Water Symposium (NEGSWS), Amherst, MA.
Yang, Y. and C. I. Davidson. 2017. Green roof seasonal performance influenced by growth medium characteristics. Presentation at the Third International Conference on Sustainable Infrastructure, NewYork, NY.
Yang, Y. and C. I. Davidson. 2017. Hydrologic monitoring and seasonal performance of the OnCenter green roof in Syracuse. Presentation at the Annual Symposium, Syracuse Center of Excellence, Syracuse, NY.