Zhengmeng Hou / 侯正猛

Zur Person

  • Geburtstag
    1963.09.15

  • Geburtsort
    Province Sichuan, China

  • Nationalität
    German

  • Titel
    Professor

  • Adresse
    Energy Research Center of Lower Saxony (EFZN) / Institute of Petroleum Engineering,
    Clausthal University of Technology,
    Am Stollen 19, 38640 Goslar, Germany


  • Telefonnummer
    +49-5321-3816 8090

  • Email
    hou@tu-clausthal.de

  • Homepage
    www.efzn.de & http://www.ite.tu-clausthal.de

Ausbildung

  • 1983
    B.Sc. in Mining Engineering, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China

  • 1986
    M.Sc. in Rock Mechanics, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China

  • 1997
    Dr.-Ing. in Geotechnical engineering, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

  • 2002
    habil. Dr.-Ing. (German qualification for a full professorship), Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

Wissenschaftlicher Werdegang

  • 1986.06 - 1992.03
    Teaching assistant, then docent at Institute of Geotechnical Engineering, Kunming University of Science and Technology, China (thereof: 1989.10 –1990. 05 Mining engineer in the tin mine Dachang-Tongkeng)

  • 1992.04 - 1994.03
    Scholarship holder of the Hans-Seidel-foundation, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

  • 1994.04 - 1997.12
    Research Assistant, Institute of Mining, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany


  • Senior lecturer / University of Gävle (Sweden)

  • 1998.01 - 2002.12
    Senior Research Fellow, Institute of Geomechanics and Disposal Technology, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

  • 2003.01 – 2009.08
    Privatdozent in Rock Mechanics, Faculty of Energy and Economics, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

  • 2009.09 -
    Professor and Head of Rock Mechanics, Energy Research Center of micsLower Saxony & Institute of Petroleum Engineering, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

Forschungsgebiete

  • Petroleum Engineering, especially multi-fracturing and wellbore stability
  • Deep Geothermal Engineering
  • Underground Storage of CO2 and Energy