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Chiang C. Mei received his B.S. in 1955, from National Taiwan University; his M.S. in 1958 from Stanford University and his Ph.D. in 1963, from the California Institute of Technology.
He researches theoretical hydrodynamics; ocean and coastal waves phenomena; fluid-solid interaction; poroelasticity; seabed mechanics; land subsidence, debris and mud flow and the mechanics of soil remediation.
How Can We Plan for Safe and Sustainable Regions?
as author at MIT World Series: Big Questions After Big Hurricanes 2005,
together with: Andrew J. Whittle (moderator), Michael M. J. Fischer, Anne Whiston Spirn,