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Department of Maritime and Mechanical Engineering

Prof Jin Wang

Prof Jin Wang

Telephone: 0151 231 2445

Biography

Professor of Marine Technology (since 2002)
Director of Liverpool Logistics, Offshore and Marine (LOOM) Research Institute (since 2004)
Associate Dean (Scholarship, Research and Knowledge Transfer), Faculty of Engineering and Technology (since 2015)

Career history
2002 – date: Professor of Marine Technology, LJMU
1999-2002: Reader in Marine Engineering, LJMU
1995-1999: Lecturer in Marine and Offshore Engineering, LJMU
1991-1995: Research Associate (RA 1A), Engineering Design Centre & Dept. of Computing Science, Newcastle University
1990: Scientific Researcher, Loughborough University

Education
PhD in Maritime Safety Engineering (Newcastle, UK, 1994)
MSc in Marine Engineering (Newcastle, UK, 1989)
BEng in Marine Automation (Dalian Maritime University, PRC, 1983)

Professional qualifications
Fellow of the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (FIMarEST), 1999 - date (Member from 1995 to 1999).
Fellow of the UK Safety and Reliability Society (FSaRS), 2011 - date (Member from 1997 to 2011).
Fellow of the Royal Institute of Naval Architects (FRINA), 2005 - date.
Chartered Engineer (CEng), 1996 - date.

Research and scholarship awards
The 64th annual winner of the prestigious “Award for Risk Reduction in Mechanical Engineering” for outstanding contribution in risk reduction of maritime/mechanical systems from the Insstitute of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE) in 2018
Prestigious 2017 RINA – Lloyd’s Register Maritime Safety Award for Lifetime Achievement for improvement of the safety of life at sea the and the protection of the maritime environment through novel and improved design, construction and operational procedures, from Royal Institution of Naval Architecture.
Prestigious ‘Outstanding Contribution to Marine Safety’ award for 2017 from the Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology (IMarEST).
Awarded a Research Fellowship on Maritime Safety Regulations from the Leverhulme Trust, 2011-2013.
Won the IMarEST Denny Medal 2007 for the work “Facilitating the treatment of uncertainty in marine formal safety assessment” , IMarEST.
Won the Research Leadership Award for exceptional research in Risk and Safety Assessment of Marine Engineering Systems by Society for Reliability Engineering, Quality and Operations Management, 2008.
Won the IMarEST Denny Medal 2004 for the work “Fuzzy logic approaches to safety assessment in maritime engineering applications”, IMarEST.

Completed supervision of more than 50 PhD and 15 postdoctoral researchers (about 60% as the first supervisor)
2 research monographs, 12 book chapters
More than 130 SCI cited journal papers (h-index 35, 3500 citations in Web of Science; h-index 49, 8200 citations in Google Scholar)

Research interests: Design and operation of maritime engineering systems such as ships, offshore installations and port terminals.
Delivered more than 10 keynote addresses at reputable international conferences such as ESREL 2014.

SCHOLARLY ACTIVITIES (evidence of esteem)
Government agencies/funding bodies
Member of sub-panel 12 in Research Excellence Framework (REF) in the UK (2011-2014).
Review panel member (one of five) of the UK’s Subgalcial Lake Ellsworth exploration project failure (May 2013).

Professional bodies
Chairman of the Marine Transportation Safety Committee of the European Safety and Reliability Society (since 2010).
Member of Formal Safety Assessment Experts Group at IMO (since 2009).

Editorial Board/Editor of National and International Journals
Deputy Editor of Journal of Marine Science and Technology (SCI cited, since 2013).
Associate Editor of the Editorial Board of Journal of Marine Engineering and Technology (SCI cited, since 2018)
Editorial board member of Journal of Maritime Policy and Management (SCI cited, since 2009)
Member of Journal of Marine Science and Application (SCI cited, since 2006)
Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment (SCI cited, since 2018).

Involvement in organisation of conferences and workshops
Co-chair of the International Workshop on Automation, Computing and Manufacturing, Wuhan, China, 14-16 April 2006 (sponsored by the UK EPSRC).
Co-Chair, The Liverpool-Shanghai Symposium on Maritime Logistics – A Fusion of Research, Knowledge and Experience, funded by the UK EPSRC, 18-19 August 2010
Chairman of Maritime Piracy Workshop, Liverpool John Moores University, Funded by NERC (Global Uncertainties), 26th Feb. 2013.
Co-Chairman of the Academic Committee of the 3rd International Conference on Transportation Information and Safety, June 25 – June 28, 2015, Wuhan, P. R. China.

RESEARCH GRANTS

CURRENT RESEARCH GRANTS

EU, €180,000 (of €517,500), 2017-2021, Partnership for Research In Geopolymer Concretes (PRIGeoC) (as PI).
EU, €404,347 (of €3,920,146), 2017-2020, ARCWIND - Adaptation and implementation of floating wind energy conversion technology (Co-PI: Dr. C. Michailidis (CUT)) for the Atlantic region (as PI)
EU, €1,417,500 , 2017-2021, RESET - REliability and Safety Engineering and Technology for large maritime engineering systems. https://etmjwang.wixsite.com/eu-reset (as PI).
EU, €224,934 €224,934, 2020-2022, STOPFIRE - Emergency decision support system of offshore platform fires (as PI).
Royal Academy of Engineering, £30,000, 2016-2019, Visiting Professorship in Marine Technology and Risk Assessment (as PI).
Petrolium Technology Dev. Fund, £15,000, 2017-2020, Quantitative Pipeline Risk Assessment (QRA): Non-Historic Data Based Assessment for Onshore Pipelines (as PI).
Royal Society, £12,000, 2018-2020, Resilience and risk of offshore wind energy generation platforms under extreme environments (as PI) .

EU Horizon 2020, €1,324,800, 2019-2023, ReMESH - Research Network on Emergency Resources Supply Chain (as Co-PI).
EU Horizon 2020, €170,200 (out of €961,400), 2019-2023, ENHANCE - Enhancing human performance in complex socio-technical systems (as CoI).
EU (Interreg Atlantic Area), €185k (of €3m), 2017-2019, BluePort - Atlantic Blue Port Services “Discharge polluted water in port, not at sea” (as CoI).
EU H2020, €211,500 (out of €1,116,000), 2018-2022, GOLF - Integration of Global and Local Agri-Food Supply Chains Towards Sustainable Food Security (as CoI).
EU (Interreg AA), €480k (out of €2.54m), 2019-2022, EMPORIA4KT: Innovative Technology and Knowledge Transfer for Blue Economics (as CoI).
EU H2020, €224,934, 2020-2022, Materials Modelling at Atomic Scales and Applications (as CoI).
AECOM, £30,000, Optimisation & simulation for transport and logistics, 2016-2019 (as CoI).
Roy. Acad. of Eng., £30,000, Visiting Professorship with Risktec in Risk Assessment, 2018-2020 (as CoI).

COMPLETED GRANTS
(As PI)
Health & Safety Executive, £15,438, 2017-2018, Effective collision risk management for offshore installations and ship/platform collision incident database.
EU, €700,000 (of €9m), 2011-2016, Weastflows, Strengthening the development of sustainable connectivity in NWE for freight and logistics.
RMRI, £30,000, 2014-2017, e-safety case.
EU, €384,300, 2012-2016, FP 7 Marie Curie Research Network (IRSES) on risk assessment and decisin science
Royal Society, £12,000, 2014-2016, International Collaboration.
RAEng, £5,865, 2014, Distinguished Visiting Fellowship Award.
£42,281, 2011-2013, Assessment of marine regulations.
ESRC (RCUK), £4,720, 2012-1013, Impact support fund in maritime security.
EPSRC, £248,795, 2008-2012, EP/F024436, Security and risk-based operation of CLSCs
EPSRC, £135,751, 2009-2012, EP/F041993/1, A fire and rescue management system
EPSRC, £71,823, 1998-2001, GR/M24967, A safety based decision support system
EPSRC, £86,782, 2001-2004, GR/R30624, Application of approximate reasoning methodologies
EPSRC, £112,850, 2004-2007, GR/S85504, An advanced decision support tool
EPSRC, £3,752, 2003, GR/S28853, An investation of lastest developments in risk assessment
EPSRC, £11,957, 2010, EP/I004947/1, Organisation of a maritime logistics symposium
UK HSE, £30,000, 1998-2004, D3474, An offshore decision making system
EU, 30,000 euro, 2002-2006, GTC2-2000-33043,Safety and Reliability Network
Royal Society, £5,000, 2011-2012, Maritime safety assessment - RS Kan Tong Po Visiting Professorship
RAEng, £15,763, 2006-07, Support for secondment at American Bureau of Shipping Consulting
American Bureau of Shipping Consulting, £5,000, 2017-2011, Risk-based decision making.
Royal Academy of Engineering, £29,880, 2015-2018, Visiting Professorship in Functional Safety, 2015-2018.

As a Co-Investigator
DfT, £20,591, Intelligent real-time seat allocation for better rail services, 2016-2018.
Mersey Travel, £16k, Safe Cycling, 2017-2018.
Mersey Travel, £55k, An advanced model for realising cycling risk prediction, 2017-2018.
Newton Fund, £18,000, Modelling and optimising rail operations - A passenger-oriented approach, 2016-2017.
IAMU, $54,000, 2013-2015, Development of taxonomy for deck officers' non-technical skills.
TSB, £20k (of £705k), 2014-2016, VoyagOR - Voyage optimal routing in the Cloud.
British Council, £41,000, 2015-2016, UK-Vietnam ICT for sustaining logistic services
RCUK NEMODE, £3,000, 2014-2015, Enabling digital, innovative technologies.
EPSRC, £87,062, 2001-2004, GR/R32413, Application of approximate reasoning methodologies
EPSRC, £113,572, 2004-2007, GR/S85498, An advanced decision support tool
EPSRC, £63,784, 2004-208, EP/S904616, UK-China network
DTI KTP, £122,733, 2008-2010, 6571, KTP with Risktec Solutions Ltd
EU, €1,180,000 (of €7m), 2010-2014, Intelligent Transport in Dynamic Environment (INTRADE).
UK BIS, £300,000, 2015-2017, Digital innovation research in maritime logistics.
EU, €590k, 2013-2017, FP7, ENRICH: EC-China Research Network for Integrated Supply Chains.
Nippon Foundation, USD $47,162, 2016-2017, An open-source marine systems and vessels modelling platform.
Roy. Acad. of Eng., £24,000, 2016-2017, Green logistics – a UK-Vietnam research collaboration
Department for Transport, £20,591, 2016-2017, Intelligent real-time seat allocation for better rail services.
Newton Fund, £18,000, 2016-2017, Modelling and optimising rail operations – a passenger-oriented approach

RESEARCH PROJECTs

Current Projects

Postdoctoral projects
1. S. Loughney, “Ship/offshore installation collision analysis”, funded by LJMU (2017-2019). (Supervisor)
2. Dr M. Garza, “Fleet sizing for vehicles in ports” (2017-18), funded by Newton Fund. (Co-supervisor).
3. Dr C. Lersteau, “Container stacking in ports” (2017-18), funded by Newton Fund. (Co-supervisor).
4. Yang Yang, “Integrity modelling of floating offshore wind installations”, funded by EU. (Supervisor)

PhD projects
5. A. Bury, “Short-sea shipping for greener logistics transport in North West of Europe (2011-2015), funded by EU (Weastflows). (Co-supervisor).
6. A. Waddah, “Research on bench marking in Egypt’s transportation and logistics industry”(2008-2012). (Co-supervisor).
7. Muhd Zulhilmi (Wanzul) Abdul Halim, “Measuring service quality of electronic documentation (export) in Malaysia” (2013-2017), funded by the Malaysian government. (Co-supervisor).
8. Fayas Ahmad Najib, “Development of decision making techniques for analysing the Northern Sea shipping route” (2013-2017), funded by the Malaysian government (2nd supervisor).
9. M.I. Nawaz. “Risk Based Verification of Offshore Installations on the United Kingdom Continental Shelf” (2012-2017), funded by Lloyds Register of Shipping. (Co-supervisor).
10. M. Usman, “Predictive maintenance modelling of large two-stroke marine engines” (2014-2018), funded by Lloyds Register (2nd supervisor).
11. C. Kelly, “Investigation into the uses of life cycle analysis as an alternative method of selecting tidal power schemes” (2016-2019), funded by the Dean’s scholarship (3rd supervisor).
12. S. Hasan, “Quantitative risk assessment: towards non historic data based assessment” (2017-2020), funded by Petroleum Technology Development Fund. (Supervisor)
13. S. Symes, “Ship simulator-based seafarers’ skill acquisition incorporating the use of Functional-Infrared Spectroscopy (fNIRS)”, funded by LJMU scholarship (2017-2020). (Advisor)
14. E. Shaw, “Investigation and analysis into the current status and future direction relating to the application of complex computer technology for safety critical systems in the marine sector”, funded by LJMU scholarship (2017-2020). (Co-supervisor).
15. S. Fan, “The Influence of Seafarer’s Emotion on Navigation Safety”, dual PhD degree funded by LJMU and Wuhan University of Technology (2017-2020). (Advisor)

Other projects
16. Dr. Paul Davies, “Risk Assessment and Marine Technology” (2016-2019), funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering via its Visiting Professorship Scheme. (Host Academic)

Completed (as the main supervisor unless specified)

Postdoctoral projects
17. Dr M. An & Dr H.S. Sii, “A safety based decision support system for the design of large offshore engineering products” (1998-2001), sponsored jointly by the HSE, EPSRC and Shell. (The EPSRC assessed this project’s outcomes as “outstanding”, the highest possible grade).
18. Dr H.S. Sii, “Application of approximate reasoning approaches in offshore engineering design: risk modelling” (2001-2004), sponsored by the EPSRC. (Rated as “Tending to Outstanding” by the EPSRC).
19. Dr A.G. Eleye-Datubo, “Maritime risk assessment using Fuzzy-Bayesian networks” (2005-2006), sponsored by the Faculty of Technology and Environment, LJMU.
20. Dr J. Ren, “An advanced tool for safety based offshore operations – risk modelling” (2004-2007), sponsored by the EPSRC.
21. Dr. Z.L. Yang, “Advanced maritime risk modelling and decision making” (2006-2008), sponsored by the Faculty of Technology and Environment of LJMU.
22. Dr B. Jones, “Effective cargo handling in a sea port” (2009-2011), sponsored by a EU grant (Intrade).
23. Dr R. Riahi, “Security modelling of container liners” (2008-2011), sponsored by the EPSRC.
24. Dr T.T. Nguyen, “3D port container movement simulation and optimisation” (2011-2013), sponsored by EU (2nd supervisor).
25. Dr J. Lee, “Simulation of a sea port operation in a virtual environment” (2011-2013), funded by EU (Intrade) (co-supervisor).
26. Dr D.B. Matellini, “Risk-based decision making”, (2012-2013), funded by the Leverhulme Trust.
27. Dr S. Chaurasia, “Sustainable maritime logistics research using operational research” (2015-2016), funded by UK BIS (co-supervisor).
28. Dr S. Kavakeb, “Transport system simulation and optimisation” (2015-2016), funded by BC (co-supervisor).
29. Dr J. Peiro Ramada, “Sustainable maritime logistics research using operational research” (2017), funded by BC (2nd supervisor).
30. Dr I. Gheyas, “Simulation for port operations” (1-11/2017), funded by Newton Fund (2nd supervisor).

Doctoral projects
31. Dr A. Pillay, “Formal safety assessment of fishing vessels” (1998-2001), sponsored by HEFCE NFF, ORS, QARS and IMarEST Stanley Gray Fellowship.
32. Dr H.S. Sii, “Marine and offshore safety assessment” (1998-2001), partially supported by the IMarEST Stanley Gray Fellowship.
33. Dr P. Lois, “Cyprus and Mediterranean cruise market: a financial and economic appraisal” (1998-2004).
34. Dr S.W. Kim, “Formal fire safety assessment of passenger ships” (1999-2005), partially funded by Chosun University and IMarEST Stanley Gray Fellowship.
35. Dr A.G. Eleye-Datubo, “Integrative risk-based assessment modelling of safety-critical marine and offshore applications” (2002-2006), funded by HEFCE and EPSRC.
36. Dr Z. Yang, “Risk assessment and decision making of container supply chains”, 2003-2006, partially supported by the IMarEST Stanley Gray Fellowship.
37. Dr S. Ung, “The development of safety and security assessment techniques and their application to port operations” (2003-2007), partially supported by the IMarEST Stanley Gray Fellowship.
38. Dr Kiani, “The impact of automation on the efficiency and cost effectiveness of the quayside and container yard cranes and the selection decision for the yard operating systems” (2003-2007), funded by the Iranian government.
39. Dr E. Maistralis, “Formal safety assessment of marine applications” (2001-2007), partially supported by the IMarEST Stanley Gray Fellowship.
40. Dr A. Harati Mokhtari, “Impact of New Technologies on Safety of Marine Navigation” (2003-2007), funded by the Iranian government (2nd supervisor).
41. Dr D. Godaliyadde, “Formal safety assessment and its application to ship hull vibration” (2005-2008).
42. Dr J.A. Lee, “Technical management of VLCC hull structures based on safety case principles” (2002-2009).
43. Dr B. Jones, “A risk based maintenance methodology of industrial systems” (2006-2009).
44. Dr H. Karahalios, “A risk based appraisal on maritime regulations in shipping industry” (2006-2009).
45. Dr (Capt.) K. Subramanian, “Human reliability assessment in oil tanker operations” (2008-2011) (2nd supervisor).
46. Dr S. Chen, “Qualitative and quantitative analysis of marine accidents using a human error framework” (2006-2009) (3rd supervisor/adviser).
47. Dr P. Eugene, “Risk based framework in ballast water management” (2003-2009) (3rd supervisor).
48. Dr M. Miri Lavasani, “Advanced quantitative risk assessment of offshore gas pipeline systems” (2007-2010).
49. Dr A. Cunningham, “Implementation of Monte Carlo methods considering RAMS applications in the marine industry” (2007-2010), funded by the EPSRC DTA.
50. Dr R. Riahi, “Enabling security and risk based operation of container line supply chains under high uncertainties” (2008-2011), funded by the EPSRC.
51. Dr E. Chukawuka, “Risk based design, maintenance and inspection of marine and offshore structures under particular reference to fatigue analysis” (2007-2011), partially funded by the EU.
52. Dr T. Nwaoha, “Advanced risk and maintenance modelling in LNG carrier operations” (2008-2011) (2nd supervisor).
53. Dr (Capt.) K. Mokhtari, “Advanced risk assessment in offshore terminals and marine ports” (2009-2011) (2nd supervisor).
54. Dr N. Abdul Rahman, "Development of decision making models for analysing a steaming speed for liner containerships under uncertainty " (2009-2012), funded by Malaysian Gov.
55. Dr K. Abujaafa, “Enabling risk-based marine operations” (2009-2012), funded by the Libyan government (2nd supervisor)
56. Dr B. Matellini, “A fire and rescue management system” (2009-2013), funded by the EPSRC.
57. Dr S. Pristrom, “A study of maritime security” (2009-2013), funded by IMO and LJMU.
58. Dr D. McNamara, “Development of models using Monte Carlo to analyse the operation of efficiency of the operation of marine systems” (2009-2013), funded by EPSRC DTA.
59. Dr A. John, “Proactive risk assessment of marine infrastructure systems: resilience engineering perspectives” (2010-2013), funded by EU (Weastflows).
60. Dr A. Babader, “Environmental impact modelling and optimisation of waste packaging” (2011-2014), funded by Saudi Arabian government (2nd supervisor).
61. Dr Nural Haqimin Bin Mohd Salleh, “Supply chain risk assessment and management in liner shipping industry under high uncertainties” (2013-2017), funded by the Malaysian government (2nd supervisor).
62. Dr S. Kavakeb, “Optimisation of container movement scheduling in a sea port” (2011-2014), funded by EU (Intrade) (third supervisor).
63. Dr Z.H. (Dianna) Qu, “Quality control in shipping operation using six sigma principles” (2012-2015) (2nd supervisor), funded by EU’s Intrade project (2nd supervisor).
64. Dr M. Kasaeyan, “Risk-based offshore design” (2011-2015).
65. Dr A. Dantsoho, “Benchmarking the performance in Nigerian ports” (2011-2015), funded by the Nigerian Port Authority (third supervisor).
66. Dr D. Njumo, “Risk assessment of shipyard operations” (2012-2015), funded by the Common Wealth Scholarships (second supervisor).
67. Dr D. Paraskevadakis, “Infrastructure capacity analysis in North West of Europe (2011-2016), funded by EU (Weastflows), (2nd supervisor).
68. Dr H. Al Yami, “Assessment and its application to sea port systems” (2010-2016), funded by Saudi Arabian government (2nd supervisor).
69. Dr S. Haddad., “Supply chain management modelling" (2010-2016), funded by Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport (2nd supervisor).
70. Dr M. Ha, “Port logistics performance measurement” (2012-2016) (2nd supervisor).
71. Dr C. Li, “A system dynamics approach for chemical supply chain risk management: modelling and simulation” (2012-2016), partially supported by an EU Marie Curie project (2nd supervisor).
72. Dr S. Loughney, “Offshore e-integrity case” (2014-2017), funded by MRRI and LJMU.
73. Dr A.Y. Usman, “A resilience modelling approach on oil terminal operations under high uncertainty” (2014-2017), funded by Lloyds Register (2nd supervisor).
74. Dr A. Ishola, “Emergency modelling and planning of chemical refinery processes” (2014-2017) (3rd supervisor)
75. Dr D. Franks, “An Investigation into the Application of Formal Decision Making Techniques to Design Alterations and Additions (As&As) for Vessels of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary (RFA)” (2009-2013), funded by the MoD.
76. Dr M. P. Asuquo, “Development of an efficient planned maintenance framework for marine and offshore machineries operating under highly uncertain environment” (2012-2017).
77. Dr. A.Y. Taha, “An appraisal of maritime education systems” (2011-2018), funded by funded by Arab. (Co-supervisor).
78. Dr. L. Wang, “Research on risk assessment methods for healthcare supply chain in hospital - An investigation of the feasibility of integrating risk and Lean & Agile management” (2015-2018) (second supervisor).
79. Dr. D. Yazdani, “Optimisation in Dynamic Environments” (2016-2018), funded by the Faculty of Engineering and Technology of LJMU (3rd supervisor).

MPhil projects
80. R. Smyth, “Development of a training and education framework in risk assessment business” (2008-2010), funded by DTI and Risktec) (2nd supervisor).
81. D. Gohomene, “A decision making system for port selection" (2008-2011) (2nd supervisor).

Other projects
82. J. Wang, “An investigation of the latest development in marine and offshore safety assessment” (2003), conducted at the University of California, Berkeley and sponsored by the UK EPSRC. (Rated as “Tending to Outstanding” by the EPSRC)
83. J. Wang, “Saferelnet: safety and reliability thematic network” (2001-2006), funded by the EU.
84. R. Smyth, “Development of a training and education framework in risk assessment business” (2008-2010), funded by DTI and Risktec. (awarded the highest grade of “Outstanding” by the KTP Grading Panel in 2010 and the best North West KTP in 2011)
85. J. Wang, “Maritime regulations appraisal” (1 month in 2011), conducted at Hong Kong PolyU with Prof. K. X. Li and sponsored by Royal Society.
86. J. Wang, “Appraisal of maritime safety regulations” (2011-2013), Research Fellowship funded by the Leverhulme Trust.

International visiting scholars
87. Y. Liu, “A study of human error in ship operations”, from Dalian Maritime University and funded by the Chinese Ministry of Higher Education, as 2nd supervisor), Mar. 1999 - Feb. 2000.
88. Professor Q. Fang, “Formal safety assessment and its application to simulator based training”, from Shanghai Maritime University and sponsored by the China State Scholarship Fund, April - September 2003.
89. Professor M. Huang, “formal safety assessment of inland shipping”, from Wuhan University of Technology and sponsored by an EU grant, November 2003 - May 2004,
90. Professor X. Xie, “Systems engineering and its application to marine operations”, from Dalian Maritime University and sponsored by the China State Scholarship Council, May 2005 - April 2007.
91. Professor R. Zhang, “Formal safety assessment and its application to navigation”, from Shanghai Maritime University and sponsored by the Shanghai Maritime University, Aug. 2005 - Feb. 2006.
92. Dr. M. Celik, “Risk-based decision making”, from Istanbul Technical University and funded by the Turkish government (June – December 2008).
93. Dr. J. Yin, “Risk assessment in the insurance sector”, from Hong Kong Polytechnic University and funded by the Research Council of Hong Kong (Jan.- Mar. 2010).
94. Dr. D. Zhang, “Formal safety assessment in water transport" (Sept. 2010 – Sept. 2011), from Wuhan University of Technology and funded by China Scholarship Council.
95. Dr. K. Cecik, “AHP modelling in ship operations”, from Istanbul Technical University and funded by the Turkish government (June - Dec. 2011) (second supervisor).
96. Prof. Y.T. Xi, “Human error study in ship operations”, from Shanghai Maritime University, funded by the China State Scholarship Council, Mar. to Sept. 2012(2nd supervisor).
97. Prof. X.P. Yan, “Maritime safety assessment”, funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering’s Distinguished Visiting Fellowship, Aug-Sept. 2014.
98. Dr. H. Wang, “Emergency planning in in inland shipping”, from Wuhan University of Technology and funded by the China State Scholarship Council, Oct. 2012-Sept. 2013 (2nd supervisor).
99. Dr. Y.N. Yao, “Condition monitoring in marine engineering applications” (2014), from Wuhan University of Technology and funded by China Scholarship Council (2nd supervisor).
100. Dr. L.J. Chen, “Intelligent navigational risk assessment and management” (2014-201), from Wuhan University of Technology and funded by China Scholarship Council.
101. Prof H.W. Kim, “Green port” (2014 – 2015), funded by Korean Maritime University. (2nd supervisor)
102. Dr. L.Z. Sang, “Real-time accident risk assessment of ships in inland bridge waterway” (2014-2015), from and funded by Wuhan University of Technology.
103. Dr. Q.M. Shang, “Simulation of marine engine” (2014 – 2015), from Wuhan University of Technology and funded by China Scholarship Council (2nd supervisor)
104. Dr. H.M. Zhou, “Gaming theory in maritime risk” (2014 – 2015), from Wuhan University of Technology and funded by China Scholarship Council (2nd supervisor).
105. Miss S.Q. Fan, “Risk and resilience assessment of large passenger ships” (1/2016 – 7/2016), from Wuhan University of Technology and funded by China Scholarship Council (2nd supervisor).
106. Dr Mohammad Rasidi Rasani, “Optimization of energy harvesting eels based on vortex-induced vibration (VIV) behind a cylinder” (Aug – Sept 2017), from National University of Malaysia (2nd supervisor).
107. Prof Dzuraidah Abd Wahab, “Designing remanufacturable marine components and assemblies for environmental sustainability” (Oct – Nov 2017), from National University of Malaysia (2nd supervisor) .
108. Dr Rizauddin Ramli, “Optimisation of Tolerance for increasing lifetime and product performance in rotational mechanical component” (Dec 2017 – Jan 2018), from National University of Malaysia (2nd supervisor).
109. Dr. H.M. Hoang “Operational Research for rail” (3-6/2017), from FPT University, funded by Royal Academy of Engineering (TTN, JW, IJ, ZY)
110. Dr. V.T. Vu “Vehicle routing in urban logistics” (11/16-2/17) , from Le Quy Don University, funded by Royal Academy of Engineering (co-supervisor)
111. Dr. T.T. Le “Vessel stowage planning for ports under uncertainty” (9/16 – 8/17), from Vietnam Maritime University, funded by the British Council (co-supervisor).
112. Prof. Ron Bell, “Functional safety” (2015-2018), funded by the Royal Academy of Engineering via its Visiting Professorship Scheme.
113. Yang Y., “Structural modelling of offshore wind turbines” (2017-2018), funded by the China Scholarship Council. (2nd supervisor)

Degrees

1994, Newcastle University, United Kingdom, PhD in Maritime Safety Engineering
1989, Newcastle University, United Kingdom, MSc in Marine Engineering
1983, Dalian Maritime University, China, BEng in Marine Automation (Marine Control Engineering)

Academic appointments

Professor of Marine Technology; Director of LOOM Research Institute; Associate Dean (Scholarship, Research and Knowledge Transfer), Faculty of Engineering and Technology, Liverpool John Moores University, 1995 - present
Research Associate, Engineering Design Centre and Department of Computer Science, Newcastle University, 1991 - 1995
Scientific Researcher, Mechanical Engineering, Loughborough University, 1990 - 1990

Publications

Journal article

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Yang ZL, Wang J, Bonsall S, Fang QG. 2009. Use of fuzzy evidential reasoning in maritime security assessment. Risk Anal, 29 :95-120 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Wang J. 2008. Marine and offshore safety assessment by incorporative risk modeling in a fuzzy-Bayesian network of an induced mass assignment paradigm. Risk Anal, 28 :95-112 >DOI >Link

Ren J, Jenkinson I, Wang J, Xu DL, Yang JB. 2008. A methodology to model causal relationships on offshore safety assessment focusing on human and organizational factors. J Safety Res, 39 :87-100 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

Ung ST, Williams V, Bonsall S, Wang J. 2006. Test case based risk predictions using artificial neural network. J Safety Res, 37 :245-260 >DOI >Link

Eleye-Datubo AG, Wall A, Saajedi A, Wang J. 2006. Enabling a powerful marine and offshore decision-support solution through Bayesian network technique. Risk Anal, 26 :695-721 >DOI >Link

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Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Pillay A, Kwon YS, Wall AD, Loughran CG. 2005. An analysis of fishing vessel accidents. Accid Anal Prev, 37 :1019-1024 >DOI >Link

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Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Sii HS, Yang JB, Pillay A, Yu D, Liu J, Maistralis E, A Saajedi . 2004. Use of advances in technology for maritime risk assessment. Risk Anal, 24 :1041-1063 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J. 2002. Offshore safety case approach and formal safety assessment of ships. J Safety Res, 33 :81-115 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2002. Synthesis using fuzzy set theory and a Dempster-Shafer-based approach to compromise decision-making with multiple-attributes applied to risk control options selection PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 216 :15-29 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2002. A brief review of marine and offshore safety assessment MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 39 :77-85 >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Foinikis P. 2001. Formal safety assessment of containerships MARINE POLICY, 25 :143-157 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2001. The current status and future aspects in formal ship safety assessment SAFETY SCIENCE, 38 :19-30 >DOI >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. A fuzzy-logic-based approach to qualitative safety modelling for marine systems RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, 73 :19-34 >DOI >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall A. 2001. Optimal inspection period for fishing vessel equipment: A cost and downtime model using delay time analysis MARINE TECHNOLOGY AND SNAME NEWS, 38 :122-129 >Link

Sii HS, Ruxton T, Wang J. 2001. Taguchi concepts and their applications in marine and offshore safety studies JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 12 :331-358 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 2000. A subjective modelling tool applied to formal ship safety assessment OCEAN ENGINEERING, 27 :1019-1035 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Kieran O. 2000. Offshore safety assessment and safety-based decision-making - The current status and future aspects JOURNAL OF OFFSHORE MECHANICS AND ARCTIC ENGINEERING-TRANSACTIONS OF THE ASME, 122 :93-99 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Wang J, Ruxton T. 1998. A design-for-safety methodology for large engineering systems JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING DESIGN, 9 :159-170 >DOI >Link

Wang J. 1998. A review of design for safety methodology for large marine and offshore engineering systems PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS PART E-JOURNAL OF PROCESS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING, 212 :251-261 >DOI >Link

Conference publication

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Jung GM, Kwon YS, Loughran CG, Anson TI, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2001. Modified FMEA for fishing vessels: A fuzzy set and grey theory approach Langen I, Yao T, Koo J, Knapp RH, Chung JS. PROCEEDINGS OF THE ELEVENTH (2001) INTERNATIONAL OFFSHORE AND POLAR ENGINEERING CONFERENCE, VOL IV, 11th International Offshore and Polar Engineering Conference (ISOPE-2001) :522-528 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Liu YG, Wall AD, Wang J. 2000. Human error analysis in ship operations Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :377-384 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. Risk analysis of offshore products using approximate reasoning in the concept design stage Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :631-639 >Link

Pillay A, Wang J, Wall AD, Ruxton T. 2000. Analysis of fishing vessel failure data using fuzzy set approach Cottam MP, Pape RP, Harvey DW. FORESIGHT AND PRECAUTION, VOLS 1 AND 2, Conference on Foresight and Precaution :1005-1013 >Link

An M, Wang J, Ruxton T. 2000. The development of a fuzzy-rule-base for risk analysis of offshore engineering products using approximate reasoning Sivaloganathan S, Andrews PTJ. ENGINEERING DESIGN CONFERENCE 2000: DESIGN FOR EXCELLENCE, Engineering Design Conference 2000 :327-338 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Wang J. 1998. The current status and future aspects of offshore safety assessment in the UK Zeng QX, Wang LQ, Xie XP, Qian XM. PROGRESS IN SAFETY SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, 98th International Symposium on Safety Science and Technology (98'ISSST) :464-481 >Link

Engagement & Impact

Membership of professional bodies:

FRINA, Fellow of Royal Institution of Naval Architects, http://www.rina.org.uk/

FIMarEST, Fellow of Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology, http://www.imarest.org/

FSaRS, Fellow of Safety and Reliability Society, http://www.sars.org.uk/

Chartered Engineer (CEng), Engineering Council, http://www.engc.org.uk/