Kefeng is working on the development, monitoring and validation of green technologies for stormwater management, e.g. bioretention systems and green walls. Through his PhD, Kefeng has developed the first validation framework for passive stormwater treatment systems for micropollutant removal, which earned him the Postgraduate Publication Award by Monash University and Eric Laurenson Medal by Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities. Since his post-doctoral research at Monash he has been involved in the development of planning and decision support modelling tools i.e. Water Sensitive Cities Toolkit that incorporates large multidisciplinary collaborations. Kefeng is also involved in stormwater quality monitoring and modelling. Apart from working on a number of research projects, Kefeng has also lectured an third year undergraduate course on drinking water treatment and supply in Southeast University, guest lectured Postgraduate Masters course on Water Sensitive Stormwater Design at Monash University, and International Water Centre Masters of Integrated Water Management on Water Sensitive Cities Toolkit.
PhD, 2015, Monash University, Australia
MsE, 2011, Southeast University, China
BsE, 2008, Southeast University, China
now, Senior Research Associate, Water Research Centre, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
2016-2017, Associate Professor, School of Civil Engineering, Southeast University
2017 - now, Research Manager, Sino-Australia Centre on Sponge City