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Wei Tong Chen

  • PhD/Professor
  • Professor and Chairperson
  • Dept of Civil & Construction Engineering, NYUST (Yuntech)
  • 10h-indexImpact measure calculated using publication and citation counts. Updated daily.
  • 399CitationsNumber of citations received by Wei Tong's publications. Updated daily.

About

Dr. Wei Tong Chen is a Professor and the Chairman of the Dept of Civil & Construction Engineering at YunTech, Taiwan. Professor is the chief editor of Value Management Journal and Journal of Property Management. He is a certified AVS of the SAVE International. He is a member of the publication committee in the Construction Management Association of Taiwan and the Engineering Management committee in the Chinese Institute of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering. Professor Chen also offers value engineering courses at graduate school. He is now principally involved in innovative project performance measurement, construction management, construction safety, property management, and value engineering application with an active interest in research. He published more than 150 papers in construction management and property management in 10 years.

Editorships

Property Management

Editor in Chief

2014 - Present

Value Engineering

Editor in Chief

2014 - 2016(2 years)

Recent publications

  • Experimental and analytical investigations of scaffolds with anchor rod and plank

    • Peng J
    • Chen K
    • Chan S
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    3Citations
  • Experimental and analytical studies on steel scaffolds under eccentric loads

    • Peng J
    • Chen K
    • Chan S
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    22Citations

Professional experience

Professor and Chairperson

Dept of Civil & Construction Engineering, NYUST (Yuntech)

August 2011 - Present

Associate Professor

Dept of Civil & Construction Engineering, NYUST (Yuntech)

August 1995 - July 2008(13 years)

Education

PhD (Construction Management)

Dept of Civil Engieering, U of Florida

August 1990 - April 1994(4 years)

Co-authors (38)

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