Overview

Dr. Endong Wang, Ph.D., CPC, LEED AP is a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Construction Management at the University of Tennessee (Chattanooga Campus). He obtained his Ph.D. and M.S. from the University of Nebraska (Lincoln Campus-Advisor: Dr. Zhigang Shen), specialized in Construction Engineering.  He also holds a bachelor of Structure Engineering and M.S. of Management Science and Engineering (Construction Economics-Advisor: Professor Anyong Huang) respectively from Nanjing University of Science and Technology and Southeast University. Prior to UTC, he worked as a Postdoctoral researcher in Mechanical Engineering at the University of Wisconsin (Milwaukee Campus-Advisor: Dr. Chris Yuan). He had teaching experiences (around 3 years) at both undergraduate and graduate levels in Civil Engineering at the Ocean University of China. He had industrial practices with Easthigh International, Shandong Huayuan Construction, etc.

Dr. Wang has been involved in the research projects sponsored by EPA, DOE, NSF, THEC, and delivered more than 28 publications (high-impact journals, international conferences, book chapters). He was invited to serve on the review boards of 25 reputable journals and 18 professional conferences.     

Research Interests

Sustainable and Resilient Building Retrofits; Precision Sustainability Informatics; Stochastic and Discounted LCA