Hongling TIAN




Senior Engineer


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




Landslide investigation and assessment, landslide risk analysis, Landslide monitoring


Sep 2002- Jun, 2007 Graduate school of CAS, Ph.D

Sep 1992- Jun, 1996 Jianghan Petroleum Institute, Batchlor



Employment Record (including international working experience )

Feb,2012-Feb, 2013 University of Tokyo, Tokyo, Japan, Visit researcher

Jul, 2007-Current   Institute of Mountain Hazards & Environment, CAS, Chengdu, China, Assistant professor / Senior engineer

Jul, 1996-Aug, 2002, Henan oilfield, SINOPEC, Henan oilfield, Henan, China. Assistant engineer.


Running Projects

Sino-Pakistan cooperation project for disasters monitoring with essential technology

Assessment of engineering, disaster and environment interactive affection for Chengdu- Lhasa railway project.

Plan of Comprehensive observation station in Jiuzhaigou Scenic spot.

Emergency observation and monitoring platform of after-shock mountain disasters.

Academic Society Activities


Key talent person of CAS, 2017

Best students of Graduate school of Chinese academy of Sciences, 2006



Tian Hongling, Zhang Jiangqiang, Fan Xiaoyi, et al(2016). Risk and Monitoring, Pre-warning technology of Mountain Hazards in Poverty area. The Science press, Beijing,.

Tian Hongling, Zhang Jiangqiang(2016). Analyses of Poverty Risk Induced by Mountain Disasters: A Case Study in Enshi, China. Journal of Geo-information science, 18(3): 307-314.

Tian, HL., Wang M., Yang ZJ. et al (2013). Multiple Predict Landslides in Giant Earthquake Struck Region: A Case Study in Chengdu, China. Earthquake-Induced Landslides. K. Ugai, H. Yagi and A. Wakai, Springer Berlin Heidelberg: 989-996.

Hongling T. Jianping Q, UCHIMURA T. et ul (2012). "Monitoring on earthquake induced landslides." Geotechnical Engineering Journal of the SEAGS & AGSSEA 43(2): 71-74.

Tian HL, Nan HL, Yang ZJ. Benefit-Cost Analysis of Geological Disaster Mitigation and Example. DISASTER ADVANCES. 2010.3(4): 163-165.