Dr. Shang-Shu Shih received his B.S., M.S. and Ph.D. degrees from National Taiwan University (NTU). He joined the Department of Civil Engineering at NTU in February 2017 as an Assistant Professor and promoted as an Associate Professor in August 2018. Prior to joining NTU, Dr. Shih had worked as a visiting scholar at UC Berkeley. His work integrates knowledge, principles and methods from engineering and ecology to developing interdisciplinary approaches and models dedicated in solving integrated management problems regarding the ecological degradation and rehabilitation of river and wetlands. He has developed and organized The Research Center for Water Resources and Disaster Management and the Lab of Eco-hydrology and Eco-DRR in the department. He is also sufficiently experienced in practical hydraulic engineering and river environmental planning works for several years not only in physical and mathematic models simulation but also in field survey. Several research projects are conducted under his supervising sponsored by diverse units, including Ministry of Science and Technology, Water Resources Agency, Construction and Planning Agency in Taiwan. In addition, he contributes in serving the General Secretary of the Asia Chapter, Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS), Committee member of Hazard Mitigation Panel of Chinese Institute of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering, Supervisor of Taiwan Wetland Society, Editorial Board member of the Journal of Taiwan Agricultural Engineering, and reviewers of several academic journals.