报告题目：The histｏry of development of environmental fluid mechanics and its future challenge
主 持 人：张洁 青年教授
Professor Imberger is an Adjunct Professor at the Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, Florida and visiting Professor at the Venice University, Italy. His research foci are the motion and mixing in lakes, estuaries and coastal seas in response to both natural and anthropogenic forcing and understanding the consequences when human tribal behavior is connected to the internet.
Professor Imberger has received many awards including Onassis International Prize: Athens, Greece in 1995, the The Stockholm Water Prize. Sweden in 1996 and Redfield Life Time Achievement Award, ASLO in 2007. In 1992 he was made a Member of the Order of Australia and in 2008 he was named Scientist of the Year of Western Australia.
He is a Fellow of 10 international learned Academies including the US National Academy of Engineering, the UK Royal Academy of Engineering, the Australian Academy of Science and the Academy of Technological Science and Engineering and was recently elected in 2016 to the Academy of Distinguished Alumni, UCB, DCE.
He has directed and participated in field research projects in Australia, Malaysia, Singapore, Laos, Korea, Japan, China, Israel, Jordan, Italy, Germany, Netherlands, Greece, Macedonia, Canada, US, Mexico, Columbia, Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Kenya and South Africa. He was a Sackler Professorship, Israel, in 2002, was the Walter Bean Scholar, University of Waterloo, Canada in 2001, the Shimizu Visiting Professorship, Stanford University, USA in 1992, a Senior Visiting Fellow of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science in 1987 and the 1986 a Fairchild Distinguished Fellow, Caltech, Pasadena, USA in 1986. In 1999 he received an Hon Doctorate from the Democritus University of Thrace, , Greece.
Professor Imberger has published 5 books, with two in preparation, contributed to 19 books and has published 261 Journals papers and numerous reports. SCOPUS lists his citations at 7,827 with an h-Index of 45 and Google Scholar credits him with 17,653 citations and an h-Index of 61.