Endong Wang | Forest and Natural Resources Management | SUNY ESF
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Endong WangAssociate Professor

Endong Wang

223 Baker Laboratory
1 Forestry Drive
Syracuse, NY 13210

315-470-6536 | 315-470-6747

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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)