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Faculty Profile
Endong Wang

Endong Wang

Associate Professor

223 Baker Laboratory


Welcome to our BELIEF Group webpage

Highly motivated high performance students are always welcome to join in our group to work together!

Professional Training

  • University of Wisconsin, Mechanical Engineering, Post-Doctoral Fellow       
  • University of Nebraska, Construction Engineering, M.S., Ph.D.          
  • Southeast University, Construction & Real Estate , M.S.
  • Nanjing University of Science & Technology, Structural Engineering, B.E.

Academic Employment

  • Associate Professor, Sustainable Construction-SUNY ESF

Selected Honours & Awards

  • Outstanding Reviewer Awards (Sustainable Cities and Society, Journal of Cleaner Production, Energy Conversion and Management, Energy)
  • First Place in Reusable Abstractions of Manufacturing Process National Competition, NIST, NSF, ASTM, ASME
  • Oak Ridge Associated Universities Research Travel Award
  • AASHE Conference & Expo Travel Award
  • Outstanding Graduate Student, University of Nebraska
  • Milton Mohr Fellowship, University of Nebraska
  • Outstanding Specialist “Wenchuan Post-Earthquake Rescue”

Courses taught

  • CME 226 Statics and Mechanics of Materials (4 credit hours)
  • CME 304/504 Environmental Performance Measures for Buildings (3 credit hours)
  • CME 335/535 Cost Engineering (3 credit hours)
  • CME 454/654 Construction Project Management (3 credit hours)
  • CME 454 AC National Exam Review (1 credit hour)

Research Interests

  • Life Cycle Informatics in Built Environments
  • Uncertainty-based Life Cylce Assessment
  • Machine Learning in Built Environments
  • Big-data-driven Decision Making
  • Stochastic Modelling
  • Sustainable Construction


  • Master students (Major Professor/Adviser): Thomas Hurless (Construction Management), Joshua Adam Thomas(Construction Management), Tyler Wolfford(Construction Management), Matt Cash(Construction Management), Ashraf Eldoud(Construction Management), Raghda Mohamed(Construction Management)
  • Master students (Thesis Committee): Sadhvi Arora (Mechanical Engineering), Patrick Borges Rodrigues (Sustainable Construction)
  • Master students (Capstone Committee): More than 50 Students
  • Undergraduate students (Project): Emily Chase (Honors College at UT Chattanooga)