Guisheng HU 




Associate Professor 


No. 9, Block 4, Renminnanlu Road, Chengdu, 610041, People’s Republic of China   




Mechanism and prevention technology of  mountain hazards 


2007-2012: Ph.D Candidate  Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences Geotechnical Engineering 

2003-2007:  Graduation  Chongqing Jiaotong University Waterway and Coastal Engineering 


Employment Record(including international working experience ) 

2012.07-Present: Associate Professor, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, Chinese Academy of Sciences 



Running Projects 

Sub-projects of national key research and development projects 

Major research and development projects in Sichuan province 

International cooperation and exchange program of China-Chile 


Academic Society Activities 

Member of applied quaternary science research association of China 

Member of Sichuan science and technology youth federation 



First prize of science and technology progress in Sichuan province 

Second prize of science and technology progress of Xinjiang autonomous region 

Second prize of contribution to the development of science and technology, Chinese academy of sciences 



[1] HU Gui-sheng, LIU Mei , CHEN Ning-sheng* et al. Real-time evacuation and failure mechanism of a giant soil landslide on 19 July 2018 in Yanyuan County, Sichuan Province, China. Landslides, 2019, 16(6):1177-1187.  

[2] HU Gui-sheng, CHEN Ning-sheng*, TANOLI Javed Iqbal et al. Debris flow susceptibility analysis based on the combined impacts of antecedent earthquakes and droughts - A Case Study for Cascade Hydropower Stations in the upper Yangtze River, China. Journal of Mountain Science, 2017, 14(9): 1712-1727.

[3] Gui-sheng HU, Ning-sheng CHEN*, Tanoli JI, et al. Case Study of the Characteristics and Dynamic Process of July 10, 2013,Catastrophic Debris Flows in Wenchuan County, China. Earth Sciences Research Journal, 2016,20(2): E1-E13.  

[4] Ning-sheng CHEN, Yan-chao GAO, Cheng-lin YANG, Gui-sheng HU*. Effect of clay content to the strength of gravel soil in the source region of debris flow. Journal of Mountain Science. Journal of Mountain Science, 2018,15(10): 2320-2334. 

[5] Ning-sheng CHEN, TANOLI Javed IqbalGui-sheng HU* et al. Outlining a stepwise, multi-parameter debris flow monitoring and warning system: an example of application in Aizi Valley, China. Journal of Mountain Science, 2016,13(9):1527-1543.