I hold a master’s degree of architecture in urban design from The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, University College London (UCL). With two years of practical project experience in international design studios, I was honored with the 2021 ASLA student award. Additionally, I have researched and taught at the University of British Columbia, University College London, Delft University of Technology, Politecnico di Milano, and Shanghai Jiaotong University. Before studying at UCL, I obtained two bachelor’s degrees in landscape architecture and landscape gardening.
Outside of work, I am an avid fan of poems, exhibitions, symphony concerts, traveling, and photography. I published my collection of poems, “Gathering Years,” in 2020.
My Ph.D. research focuses on developing better tools for Environment-human Interaction in Urban Naturefrom the perspective of environmental justice and human well-being. In addition to this, I’m also interested in state-of-the-art technologies, including:
– Data-driven Landscape and Urban Analytics: Using machine learning (e.g. image/video segmentation, object detection) and big data (POI, crowdsourcing data) technologies and tools (GIS, drone, sensor), explore the interdisciplinary technology in landscape and urban analytics.