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Oklahoma State University

Fire Protection and Process Safety

Dr. Qingsheng Wang's Research Group

Wang, Qingsheng, PhD, PE, CSP


qingsheng wang

Dale F. Janes Endowed Professor

Associate Professor of Fire Protection & Safety

Graduate Faculty of Chemical Engineering


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Dr. Sam Wang is Dale F. Janes Endowed Associate Professor of Fire Protection & Safety and Graduate Faculty of Chemical Engineering at Oklahoma State University (OSU). He is Program Director of Fire Protection & Safety. He received his BS and MS degrees in Chemistry with Honors from Zhejiang University. He also received his PhD degree in Chemical Engineering from Texas A&M University with an emphasis in process safety engineering. He is a registered professional engineer (PE) and certified safety professional (CSP).

Dr. Wang has worked for Shell as a Technical Safety Engineer in Houston. During his stay at the MKO Process Safety Center at Teaxs A&M, he has been exposed to a variety of industrial projects with Dow Chemical, BP, ExxonMobil etc in TEEX Brayton Fire Training Field. During his tenure at OSU, he was named Big 12 Faculty Fellow and received Halliburton Outstanding Young Faculty Award. He has been awarded a Certificate of Excellence in Reviewing from Elsevier. Professor Wang is a member of the NFPA, AIChE, ASSE, NSC, and ASEE.

Dr. Wang is the author of over 65 referred journal papers, 20 proceedings, and 73 technical presentations. He is Editor for Journal of SH&E Research, Associate Editor for Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry, on the Editorial Board for 4 journals and the invited reviewer for over 25 journals in this field. Dr. Wang has been the chair/co-chair of Global Congress on Process Safety since 2011. He has received funding from the NSF, NRC, NIOSH, CAL FIRE, Big 12 Faculty Fellowship, and NFPA Research Foundation. His research is in process safety engineering, focusing on thermal analysis, flame retardants, fire suppression, emergency evacuation and risk analysis.