Qiaoling Li, Ph.D.

Associate Professor

College of Hydrology and Water Resources

Hohai University


Ph.D Hydrology and Water Resources, Hohai University, NanJing, China, 2007.03-2010.12

M.Eng Hydrology and Water Resource, Hohai University, NanJing, China, 2004.09-2007.02

B.Eng Hydrology and Water Resources Engineering, Hydrology and Water Resource, Hohai University, NanJing, China, 2000.09-2004.06

Professional Experience

2015 to now Associate Professor , Hohai University,Nanjing,China.
2011 to 2015 Lecture, Hohai University,Nanjing,China.. Research filed:Simulation and forecast of hydrophysical law, response of watershed hydrological processes to climate change, etc.


2018-2021 The National Key Research and Development Program of China,“Research and demonstration on key technologies of flood prevention and emergency management in small and medium-sized rivers”(Co-PI).
2016-2018 National Natural Science Foundation of China “A vegetation-hydrological model for watershed considering vegetation dynamic changes with the climate change”(PI).


[1] Huang Pengnian, Li Zhijia, Chen Ji, Li Qiaoling, Yao Cheng, Event-based hydrological modeling for detecting dominant hydrological process and suitable model strategy for semi-arid catchments, Journal of Hydrology, 2016
[2] Huang Pengnian, Li Zhijia, Li Qiaoling*, Zhang Ke, Zhang Hanchen, Application and comparison of coaxial correlation diagram and hydrological model for reconstructing flood series under current conditions, Journal of Mountain Science, 2016,13(7): 1245-1264.(Corresponding Author)
[3] Saifullah Muhammad, Li Zhijia, Li Qiaoling, Zaman, Muhammad, and Hashim Sarfraz, Quantitative Estimation of the Impact of Precipitation and Land Surface Change on Hydrological Processes through Statistical Modeling, Advances in Meteorology, 2016, DOI:10.1155/2016/6130179.
[4] Huang Pengnian, Li Zhijia, Yao Cheng, Li Qiaoling, Yan Meichun, Spatial Combination Modeling Framework of Saturation-Excess and Infiltration-Excess Runoff for Semihumid Watersheds, Advances in Meteorology, 2016, DOI: 10.1155/2016/5173984.
[5] 李巧玲,李致家,陈利者,姚成,半湿润半干旱流域降雨径流关系及下垫面相似性,河海大学学报(自然科学版),2015,02: 95-99
[6] 李巧玲,王荣克,董小涛,黄鹏年,顾玮琪,泾河上游植被覆盖动态及其与降水径流的关系,水力发电, 2015,41(11): 21-23
[7] Li Qiaoling, Li Zhijia, Chen Lizhe, and Yao Cheng, Regionalization of coaxial correlation diagrams for the semi-humid and semi-arid catchments in Northern China, Remote Sensing and GIS for Hydrology and Water Resources IAHS Publ., 2015, 368: 317.
[8] Kan Guangyuan, Yao Cheng, Li Qiaoling, Li Zhijia, Yu Zhongbo, Liu Zhiyu, Ding Liuqian, He Xiaoyan, Liang Ke, Improving event-based rainfall-runoff simulation using an ensemble artificial neural network based hybrid data-driven model,Stochastic Environmental Research and Risk Assessment, 2015, 29(5):1345-1370.
[9] Li Qiaoling, Ishidaira Hiroshi, Development of a biosphere hydrological model considering vegetation dynamics and its evaluation at basin scale under climate change, Journal of Hydrology, 2012, 412–413: 3–13.

[10] Li Qiaoling, Ishidaira Hiroshi, On the importance of including vegetation dynamics in Hydrological simulation, Journal of Hydroscience and Hydraulic Engineering, 2011, 29(1): 69-80.

[11] Li Qiaoling, Ishidaira Hiroshi, Hydrological evaluation and improvement of a dynamical global vegetation model at the basin scale, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE, 2010, 54: 79-84.
[12] Li, Qiaoling, Ishidaira, Hiroshi, Bastola Satish and Magome Jun, Intercomparison of hydrological modeling performance with multi-objective optimization algorithm in different climates, Annual Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, JSCE, 2009, 53: 19-24.

Contact Information

E-Mail: [email protected]

QQ: 10162594

Office : Hydrology and Water Resources, Hohai University,
Physical Address: Room 211, Liuguangwen Guan, 1 Xikang Rd, Nanjing, China, 210098