Headshot of Qing Hui
Faculty Fellow

Qing Hui

Focus Areas
Civil & Government Systems
Education & School Safety

Dr. Hui earned his Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering and a Master’s of Applied Mathematics from Georgia Institute of Technology, a Master’s of Automotive Engineering from Tsinghua University in China and a Bachelor’s of Aerospace Engineering from National University of Defense Technology in China. Dr. Hui was previously an associate professor of mechanical engineering at Texas Tech University. His research interests include multi-domain network modeling, consensus and control of networks, network fault detection and diagnosis, cognitive neural network modeling and analysis, human-in/on-the-loop modeling and control, social and swarm intelligence, hybrid systems, and high-performance scientific computing.


Ph.D., Aerospace Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology

Master's, Applied Mathematics, Georgia Institute of Technology

Master's, Automotive Engineering, Tsinghua University

Bachelor's, Aerospace Engineering, National University of Defense Technology


Hu, Q., Tang, Z., Shulski, M., Umphlett, N., Abdel-Monem, T., & Uhlarik, F. (2018). An examination of Midwestern US cities’ preparedness for climate change and extreme hazards. Natural Hazards, 94(2), 777-800. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-018-3420-y