Dr. Ni-Bin Chang is a Professor of Sustainable System Engineering having held this post in the US since 2002. He is a Professional Engineer in the United States with almost 30 years of experience in research, teaching, and outreach/community services. Chang’s research lies at the intersection of sustainability science and sustainable engineering with a highly interdisciplinary nature. He has been seeking interdisciplinary sustainability solutions for three decades to discover synergistic knowledge with the aid of convergence science. These findings are deeply rooted among intertwined issues in system engineering, industrial ecology, ecological engineering, material engineering, environmental engineering, earth science, hydrological science, machine learning, remote sensing, and spatial informatics. He strived to tackle interdisciplinary sustainability solutions in cross-linked facets of water availability and quality, air quality, waste flows, urban growth, and urban food-energy-water nexus at varying scales leading to explore urban metabolisms, urban ecology, and earth system processes in the coupled natural system and the built environment. His inventions with different green sorption media for removal of nutrients, heavy metals, E. Coli, algal toxins, and fluorinated surfactants from stormwater runoff, agricultural discharge, and wastewater effluent have led to 13 patented technologies in the food-energy-water-environment nexus and his patents of green sorption media have been licensed to industry after acquiring $20 million industrial investment affecting sustainable engineering design and public policies. He conducted both fundamental and applied research, combining theory and experimentation to work on these next-generation challenges aiming to minimize operational disruption of infrastructure due to human activities and natural disasters, develop green and sustainable materials, explore remote sensing of the environment, and implement ecological engineering principles. It led to providing risk-informed, forward-looking, cost-effective, and environmentally benign solutions for sustainable development at varying scales. Chang has been invited for presentations worldwide, published over 280 peered review journal articles and 8 books, and provided journal leaderships as Editor-in-Chief, Associate Editors, and Board Members for over 20 journals relevant to sustainable development. He served as program director in the Hydrologic Sciences Program and the Cyber-Innovation Sustainability Science and Engineering Program at the National Science Foundation from Aug. 2012 to Aug. 2014. All of these activities have a significant influence on the direction of a broad spectrum of sustainability science and engineering. He has received 40 honor/awards since 1987, including the Outstanding Achievement Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers in 2010, the Bridging the Gaps Award from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in the United Kingdom in 2012, the Distinguished Visiting Fellowship from the Royal Academy of Engineering in the United Kingdom in 2014, the Blaise Pascal Medal (Field Medal) from the European Academy of Sciences in 2016, and Fulbright Canada Research Chair Award in 2020. Up to now, he has been involved in $18.66 million of research projects. According to Google Scholar, as of Dec. 2021, his research publications have been cited up to 14,650 times in which his h-index is 62 and his i10-index is 248. He is one of the top 2 percent of the most-cited scientists that Stanford University had released in 2017 – 2021. At UCF, he has been directing the Stormwater Management Academy (http://stormwater.ucf.edu/) since Oct. 2011. He is a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors (FNAI), the American Society of Civil Engineers(FASCE), the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (FIEEE), the International Society of Optics and Photonics (FSPIE), the American Association for the Advancement of Science (FAAAS), the Royal Society of Chemistry (FRSC) in the United Kingdom, the International Association of Advanced Materials (FIAAM), and the European Academy of Sciences (FEurASc) in European Union. Dr. Chang is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Applied Remote Sensing published by the International Society of Optics and Photonics (SPIE) and the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Hydroinformatics co-published by the International Water Association (IWA) and the International Association of Hydroenvironmental Research (IAHR).