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Guo Hongling

Position:Associate Professor
Address:Dept. of Construction Management, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China 100084
Tel:+86(10)-6279 6507
Fax:+86(10)-6277 3661
E-mail: hlguo@tsinghua.edu.cn

Educational Background

BA, Sep. 1997-July. 2001, School of Management, Harbin Institute of Technology
MA, Sep. 2001-July. 2003, School of Management, Harbin Institute of Technology
PhD, Sep. 2003-Jan. 2006, School of Management, Harbin Institute of Technology
PhD, Jan. 2006-Jan. 2009, Dept. of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Work Experience

2017-present: Deputy Director, Institute of Construction Engineering and Management, Dept. of Construction Management, Tsinghua University

2017-present: Deputy Director, (Tsinghua-Gammon) Construction Safety Research Center, Tsinghua University

2011-present: Associate Professor, Dept. of Construction Management, Tsinghua University

2011: Research Fellow, Dept. of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

2010-2011: Visiting Lecturer, Dept. of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

2009-2010: Postdoctoral Fellow, Dept. of Building and Real Estate, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

Teaching Courses
  1. Intelligent Construction

  2. Global Construction Engineering and Management Practices

  3. Information and Communication Technologies for Construction

  4. Best Practice in Construction and Management

Research Interests

Intelligent Construction, Virtual Construction (VC) / Virtual Prototyping (VP), Building Information Modeling (BIM), Digital Construction Safety Management

Research Projects
  1. 2035 Strategy for Civil Engineering Construction Safety. National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2019.01-2020.12, CI

  2. BIM key techniques for Winter Olympics stadiums in complex mountain land. National Key R&D Program of China, 2018.08-2020.12, CI

  3. Assessment method and technique for construction risk sources in super high-rise buildings. National Key R&D Program of China, 2016-2020, CI

  4. Automated simulation mechanism of construction equipment operations from the perspective of VP, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2016-2019, PI

  5. Mechanism of VP-based construction accident prevention and its application in construction projects, National Natural Science Foundation of China, 2013-2015, PI

Professional Service
  1. Member, Committee of Construction Safety Sector, China Association of Construction Education

  2. Deputy Director, The Chinese Research Institution of Construction Management (Hong Kong)

  3. Member, China Urban Innovation Committee, Chinese Society of Urban Studies

  4. Member, Committee of BIM Sector, China Graphics Society

  5. Member, Committee of Construction Economics Sector, Architectural Society of China

  6. Member, Committee of Engineering Management Sector, China Association for Engineering Construction Standardization

  7. Member, Committee of BIM Sector, Construction Management Research Sector, Architectural Society of China

  8. Member, Committee of BIM Applications Sector, Construction Sector, Architectural Society of China

  9. Member, Youth Committee of Construction Management Research Sector, Architectural Society of China

  10. Associate editor (Construction Management), Frontiers in Built Environment

  11. Associate editor (Smart Construction), Journal of Engineering Management

  12. Editorial board member, International Journal of Project Management

  13. Editorial board member, International Journal of Project Organization and Management

  14. Guest editor, Special Issue of International Journal of Project Management - Complexities in Managing Mega Construction Projects

Honors and Awards

2019, Best Paper Award in 24th ISACMRE (Rank 2nd), China

2018, The 1st Award in Higher Education and Teaching Achievement Award of Beijing (Rank 7th), China

2018, The 1st Award in 2013 S&T Award – CSCEC (Rank 3rd), China

2018, PMI (China) Outstanding Award for Project Management Education (Rank 1st)

2017, Best Paper Award in ICCREM (Rank 2nd), China

2015, Best Paper Award in The 1st BIM Conference of China (Rand 2nd)
2013, The second prize of 2013 S&T Award - CSCEC (Rank 6th), China
2008, Bronze Award in 6th China International Invention Exhibition (Rank 4th), China

Academic Achievement

Book (Selected):

  1. Guo, H.L., Liu, W. P., Zhang, W. S. and Yu, Y.T. (2019). BIM and Construction Safety Management. Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press.

  2. Guo, H.L. (2017). BIM-based Visual Construction Safety Management. Development Report of Chinese Construction Industry Informatization – Smart Construction Site (Eds., Zhao, X. et al.). Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press.

  3. Geng, Y.Y., Shang, J., et al. (Trs.). Guo, H.L., et al. (Prs.) (2016). BIM Handbook (Edition 2). Eastman, C., Teicholz, P., Sacks, R. and Liston, K. (Eds.). Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press.

  4. Guo, H.L. (2014). Building Information Modeling. Frontier and Future of Construction Management (Ed. Liu J.Y.). Beijing: China City Press.

  5. Zhou, Y., Jiang, S.J. and Guo, H.L. (2013). Virtual Construction Technology and Practices for Building Projects. Beijing: China Architecture & Building Press.


Refereed Journal Paper (Selected):

  1. Fang, D., Huang, Y., Guo, H. and Lim, H. W. (2020). LCB approach for construction safety. Safety Science, 128, 104761.

  2. Guo, H., Yu, R. and Fang, Y. (2019). Analysis of negative impacts of BIM-enabled information transparency on contractors’ interests. Automation in Construction, 103, 67-78.

  3. Yu, Y., Yang, X., Li, H., Luo, X., Guo, H. and Fang, Q. (2019). JVEC: a joint-level vision-based ergonomic assessment tool for construction workers. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management, 145(5), 04019025.

  4. Guo, H., Yu, Y., Ding, Q. and Skitmore, M. (2018). Image-and-skeleton-based parameterized approach to real-time identification of construction workers’ unsafe behaviors. Journal of Construction Engineering and Management,144(6), 04018042 (1-10).

  5. Yang, X., Luo, X., Li, H., Luo, X. and Guo, H. (2017). Location-based measurement and visualization for interdependence network on construction sites. Advanced Engineering Informatics, 34, 36-45.

  6. Liu, H., Liu, Y.-S., Pauwels, P., Guo, H. and Gu, M. (2017). Enhanced explicit semantic analysis for product model retrieval in construction industry. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics, 13(6). 3361-3369.

  7. Guo, H., Yu, Y., Xiang, T., Li, H. and Zhang, D. (2017). The availability of wearable-device-based physical data for the measurement of construction workers' psychological status on site: From the perspective of safety management. Automation in Construction, 82, 207-217.

  8. Yu, Y., Guo, H., Ding, Q., Li, H. and Skitmore, M. (2017). An experimental study of real-time identification of construction workers' unsafe behaviors. Automation in Construction, 82, 193-206.

  9. Guo, H., Yu, Y. and Skitmore, M. (2017). Visualization technology-based construction safety management: A review. Automation in Construction, 73, 135-144.

  10. Guo, H. L., Zhang, W. S. and Liu, W. P. (2015). Safety rules for the implementation of the design for construction safety (DFCS). Journal of Tsinghua University (S&T), 55(6), 633-639.

  11. Guo, H.L., Liu, W.P. and Zhang, W.S. (2014). A BIM-PT-integrated warning system for on-site workers’ unsafe behavior. China Safety Science Journal, (4), 104-109.

  12. Guo, H.L., Li, H. and Li, V. (2013). VP-based safety management in large-scale construction projects: A conceptual framework. Automation in Construction, 34: 16-24.

  13. Guo, H.L., Li, H., Chan, G. and Skitmore, M. (2012). Using game technologies to improve the safety of construction plant operations. Accident Analysis and Prevention, 48, 204-213.

  14. Li, H., Guo, H.L., Skitmore, M., Huang, T., Chan, N. and Chan, G. (2011). Rethinking prefabricated construction management using the VP-based IKEA model in Hong Kong. Construction Management and Economics, 29(3), 233-245.

  15. Guo, H.L., Li, H. and Skitmore, M. (2010). Life cycle management of construction projects based on Virtual Prototyping technology. Journal of Management in Engineering, 26(1), 41-47.