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Shu-Li Huang Professor

Introduction

Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania, USA
Fields of Specialties: Environmental Planning and Management
Tel: +886 2 8674-1111 ext.67346
E-mail: shuli@mail.ntpu.edu.tw

Shu-Li Huang has been with the Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, National Taipei University since receiving a Ph.D from University of Pennsylvania in 1983. His teaching and research focus includes ecological land use planning, ecological energetic analysis of urbanization, urban simulation, and urban sustainability assessment. Shu-Li Huang was the Chair of the Graduate Institute of Urban Planning, National Taipei University during 1990-1994. Currently, he also serves as the Vice-President of National Taipei University. In addition to the affiliation with National Taipei University, Shu-Li Huang also served as the Program Coordinator for the Human Dimension of Sustainable Development Research Commission, National Science Council, Executive Yuan. Currently, he is also the committee member of Taiwan’s National Committee on IHDP (International Human Dimension Program on Global Change Research). Shu-Li Huang has published papers and books on ecological land use planning and ecological energetic study of urban ecosystems. He has received numerous academic research honors and awards.

Courses

Environmental Planning, Ecological Economics, Environmental Systems and Policy Evaluation, Seminar on Sustainable Land Use Planning

Publication

(A) Journals

  1. Wang, S. -H., Huang, S.-L. and Budd, W. W., 2012. Resilience analysis of the interaction between typhoons and land use change, Landscape and Urban Planning, 106: 303-315. (SCI, SSCI)
  2. Wang, S. -H., Huang, S. -L. and Budd, W. W., 2012. Integrated ecosystem model for simulation land use allocation, Ecological Modelling, 227: 46-55. (SCI)
  3. Huang, S. -L., Lee, Y. –C., Budd, W. W. and Yang M. –C., 2012. Analysis of changes in farm pond network connectivity in the peri-urban landscape of the Taoyuan area, Taiwan, Environmental Management, Vol. 49, pp.915–928. (SCI, SCIE)
  4. Huang, S. –L., Chang, L. –F., and Yeh, C. –T., 2011. How vulnerable is the landscape when the typhoon comes? An emergy approach, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 100, pp. 415-417. (SCI, SSCI)
  5. Huang, S. –L., Chen, Y. –H., Kuo, F. –Y., and Wang, S. –H., 2011. Emergy-based evaluation of peri-urban ecosystem services, Ecological Complexity, Vol. 8, pp.38-50 (SCI)
  6. Huang, S. –L., Yeh, C. –T., and Chang, L. –F., 2010. The transition to an urbanizing world and the demand for natural resources, Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability, Vol. 2, pp.136-143. (SCI).
  7. Yeh, C. –T. and Huang, S. –L., 2009. Investigating spatiotemporal patterns of landscape diversity in response to urbanization, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 93, pp.151-162. (SCI, SSCI)
  8. Lee, C. –L., Huang, S. –L., and Chan, L.-L., 2009. Synthesis and spatial dynamics of socio-economic metabolism and land use change of Taipei Metropolitan region, Ecological Modelling, Vol. 220, pp.2940-2959. (SCI).
  9. Huang, S. –L. and Chen, C. –W., 2009. Urbanization and socioeconomic metabolism in Taipei: An emergy synthesis, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol.13, pp.75-93. (SCIE)
  10. Huang, S.-L., Yeh, C. –T., Budd, W. W. and Chen, L. –L., 2009. A Sensitivity Model (SM) approach to analyze urban development in Taiwan based on sustainability indicator, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Vol.29, pp.116-125. (SSCI)
  11. Huang, S. -L., Wang, S. -H., and Budd, W. W., 2009. Sprawl in Taipei’s peri-urban zone: responses to spatial planning and implications for adapting global environmental change, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 90, pp.20-32. (SCI, SSCI)
  12. Hu, D., Huang, S. -L., Feng, Q., Li, F., Zhao, J. -J., Zhao, Y. -H. and Wang, B. -N., 2008. Relationships between rapid urban development and the appropriation of ecosystems in Jiangyin City, Eastern China, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 87, pp.180-191. (SCI, SSCI)
  13. Lee, C. –L., Huang, S. –L. and Chan, S. -L., 2008. Biophysical and system approaches for simulating land-use change, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 86, pp.187-203. (SCI, SSCI)

(B) Conference Paper

  1. Yeh, C. –T. and Huang, S. –L., 2009. Investigating spatiotemporal patterns of landscape diversity in response to urbanization, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 93, pp.151-162. (SCI, SSCI)
  2. Lee, C. –L., Huang, S. –L., and Chan, L.-L., 2009. Synthesis and spatial dynamics of socio-economic metabolism and land use change of Taipei Metropolitan region, Ecological Modelling, Vol. 220, pp.2940-2959. (SCI).
  3. Huang, S. –L. and Chen, C. –W., 2009. Urbanization and socioeconomic metabolism in Taipei: An emergy synthesis, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol.13, pp.75-93. (SCIE)
  4. Huang, S.-L., Yeh, C. –T., Budd, W. W. and Chen, L. –L., 2009. A Sensitivity Model (SM) approach to analyze urban development in Taiwan based on sustainability indicator, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Vol.29, pp.116-125. (SSCI)
  5. Huang, S. -L., Wang, S. -H., and Budd, W. W., 2009. Sprawl in Taipei’s peri-urban zone: responses to spatial planning and implications for adapting global environmental change, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 90, pp.20-32. (SCI, SSCI)
  6. Hu, D., Huang, S. -L., Feng, Q., Li, F., Zhao, J. -J., Zhao, Y. -H. and Wang, B. -N., 2008. Relationships between rapid urban development and the appropriation of ecosystems in Jiangyin City, Eastern China, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 87, pp.180-191. (SCI, SSCI)
  7. Lee, C. –L., Huang, S. –L. and Chan, S. -L., 2008. Biophysical and system approaches for simulating land-use change, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 86, pp.187-203. (SCI, SSCI)

(C) Books

  1. Yeh, C. –T. and Huang, S. –L., 2009. Investigating spatiotemporal patterns of landscape diversity in response to urbanization, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 93, pp.151-162. (SCI, SSCI)
  2. Lee, C. –L., Huang, S. –L., and Chan, L.-L., 2009. Synthesis and spatial dynamics of socio-economic metabolism and land use change of Taipei Metropolitan region, Ecological Modelling, Vol. 220, pp.2940-2959. (SCI).
  3. Huang, S. –L. and Chen, C. –W., 2009. Urbanization and socioeconomic metabolism in Taipei: An emergy synthesis, Journal of Industrial Ecology, Vol.13, pp.75-93. (SCIE)
  4. Huang, S.-L., Yeh, C. –T., Budd, W. W. and Chen, L. –L., 2009. A Sensitivity Model (SM) approach to analyze urban development in Taiwan based on sustainability indicator, Environmental Impact Assessment Review, Vol.29, pp.116-125. (SSCI)
  5. Huang, S. -L., Wang, S. -H., and Budd, W. W., 2009. Sprawl in Taipei’s peri-urban zone: responses to spatial planning and implications for adapting global environmental change, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 90, pp.20-32. (SCI, SSCI)
  6. Hu, D., Huang, S. -L., Feng, Q., Li, F., Zhao, J. -J., Zhao, Y. -H. and Wang, B. -N., 2008. Relationships between rapid urban development and the appropriation of ecosystems in Jiangyin City, Eastern China, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 87, pp.180-191. (SCI, SSCI)
  7. Lee, C. –L., Huang, S. –L. and Chan, S. -L., 2008. Biophysical and system approaches for simulating land-use change, Landscape and Urban Planning, Vol. 86, pp.187-203. (SCI, SSCI)

 



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Wen-I Lin Associate Professor and Director

Introduction

Ph.D., King’s College London, UK
Fields of Specialties: British Urban Renaissance, Regeneration and Governance, Sustainable Community, Chinese Urbanization
Tel: +886 2 8674-1111 # 67365
Email: wenilin@mail.ntpu.edu.tw

Courses

Planning Theory, Urban Regeneration, Communities and Sustainability, Urban Governance, Culture, Creativity and City

Publication

(A) Journals

  1. Lin, W. I. and Chiu, S. Y.  (2013) ‘Community activation and consensus building in the post-political condition: a Taipei’s case of community culture construction’, in (Taiwan’s) Journal of Geographical Science (TSSCI). (accepted, forecoming).
  2. Lin, W. I. and Kuo, C. L. (2013) ‘Community governance and pastorship in Shanghai: A Case Study of Luwan District’, in Urban Studies (SSCI Journal, Ranking: 2011: 10/37 (Urban Studies)). 50(6), 1260-1276.
  3. Chiu, S. Y. and Lin, W. I. (2013) ‘Building a creative city: some myths and limitations of the policy discourse in Taipei City’, in (Taiwan’s) Journal of Geographical Science ( TSSCI). (accepted, forecoming).
  4. Raco, M. and Lin, W. I. (contact author) (2012) ‘Urban Sustainability and the Geographies of Post-Politicism: A Case Stud y of Taipei’, in Environment and Planning C (SSCI Journal, Ranking: 2011: 4/42 (Public Administration)). 30(2), 191–208.
  5. Raco, M., Imrie, R. and Lin, W. I. (2011) ‘Community Governance, Critical Cosmopolitanism and Urban Change: Observations From Taipei, Taiwan’, in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research (SSCI Journal, Ranking: 2012: 6/37 (Urban Studies)). 35(2), 274-294.
  6. Lin, W. I. (2010) ‘The Formation of Community Governance in Shanghai’ , in (Taiwan’s) Chinese Administration, 82, 23-50.
  7. Imrie, R. & Lin, W. I. (2006) ‘Shanghai’s Urban Development’, in (UK’s) Town and Country Planning. March, 86-87.
  8. Lin, W. I. (2005) ‘Book review: Globalizing Taipei: The Political Economy of Spatial Development’ in International Development Planning Review (IDPR). 27(4).

(B) Conference Paper

  1. Lin, W. I. (2012) ‘ Building the civilized community :political agendas in the securing of Chinese urban reform’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, Edinburgh.
  2. Chiu, S. Y. & Lin, W. I. (2012) ‘Reversing the Role of Creative Practitioners-as a‘ creative class 'or a decorative doll ?’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, Edinburgh.
  3. Lin, W. I. & Chiu, S. Y. (2012) ‘Community activation and consensus building within the post-political condition: a Taipei’s case of constructing community culture’ , in 2012 年海峽兩岸區域科學交流研討會.
  4. Lin, W. I. (2011) 0Reforming Local Democracy and Community Governance in London: the Case of Tower Hamlet Partnership’efo2011 International Conference of Democratic Governance and Development of Public Affairs.
  5. Lin, W. I. (2011) ‘The active citizens, the educated citizens: a Taipei’s case of neighbourhood renewal’ , in The Third Annual Conference on Development Studies: Development and Justice.
  6. Lin, W. I. (2007) ‘The formation of Shanghai’s ‘community’ and community governance’ in Active citizens and the role of community in the sustainable development of cities: a cross-national perspective, Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation Funded Project Conference Proceeding, May 24th 2007, Taipei.
  7. Imrie, R., Raco, M., & Lin, W. I. (2006) ‘Community governance, critical cosmopolitanism and urban change: observations from London and Shanghai’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, London.
  8. Lin, W. I. (2005) ‘Researching Community Activation in Shanghai’ in RGS-IBG Conference Proceeding, London.
  9. Lin, W. I. (2005) ‘Between Neoliberalism and Socilalism? Urban regeneration, governance and community in London and Shanghai’ in the Annual Conference of the Association of American Geographers, Denver, Colorado.

(C) Research Project

1.2013-2015

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators. Project title: ‘Culture and design-led regeneration, and governance of creative city: a comparative research between Taipei and Shanghai’ /102-2628-H-305-005, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director).

2.2012-2013

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators. Project title: ‘New Strategy for Urban Regeneration? A critical study of the import, translation and practice of the ‘creative city’ discourse in Taipei.’/101-2628-H-305-003, based on the National Taipei University (as the Project Director).

3.2011-2012

National Science Council (Taiwan), Research Project for Junior Research. Project title: ‘Sustainable Redevelopment? The entanglement of sustainability and entrepreneurialism in the process of regenerating London and Taipei’/100-2410-H-305-076, based on the National Taipei University  (as the Project Director).

4.2009-2010

National Science Council (Taiwan), Post-doctoral Award. Project title: ‘A comparative research of building sustainable communities between London and Taipei’ / NSC982917I564154, based on the King’s College London (Project director supervised by Prof. Mike Raco and Prof. Rob Imrie).

5.2005-2007

Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange, Taiwan. Project title: ‘Active citizens and the role of community in the sustainable development of cities: a cross national perspective’. Co-Investigator with Professor Rob Imrie (Project Director) and Dr. Mike Raco, King’s College London.



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Jung-Ying Chang Associate Professor

Introduction

Ph.D., National Taipei University, TWN
Fields of Specialties: Urban and Regional Planning, Political Economy of Urban and Regional Development, Cultural Economic Geography
Tel: +886 2 8674-1111 # 67367
Email: jychang@mail.ntpu.edu.tw

Courses

Planning Law and Institutions, Planning and Development Control, Studies in Regional Economic Development of Newly Industrializing Countries

Publication

(A) Journals

  1. Chou, T. L., Ching, C. H., Fan, S. M. and Chang, J. Y. (2011) ‘Global linkages, the Chinese high-tech community and industrial cluster development: The semiconductor case in Wuxi, Jingsu.’ Urban Studies 48(14): 3043-3066.(SSCI)
  2. Chou, T. L. and Chang, J. Y. (2008) ‘Urban sprawl and the politics of land use planning in urban Taiwan.’ International Development Planning Review 30(1): 67-92.(SSCI)

(B) Conference Paper

  1. Chang, J. Y., Hsu, J. Y. and Chou, T. L. (2012) “State strategy and industrial socio-economic practices in Taipei international trade shows.”Presented in Asia-Pacific Conference on Trade Fair Ecologies, Shanghai, China, May 26, 2012.
  2. Chang, J. Y. and Chou, T. L. (2012) “Shrinking Seaport in a Global City-Region: The Metropolitan Taipei Case.” Presented in 2012 AAG, New York, USA, Feb. 27, 2012.
  3. Chou, T. L., Lin, Y. C. and Chang, J. Y. (2008) ‘City shrinkage and regeneration strategy: Keelung city, Taiwan.’ Presented in World Urban Forum “Achieving Harmony in Shrinking Cities”, Nanjing, China.
  4. Chang, J. Y. (2006) Building Mandarin music region, the state and latent organization across Taiwan Strait. Presented in Symposium on State and regional Restructuring in Taiwan:Impact of Cross-Strait Political Economy, 6 May, Institute of Policy and Development, NTTU.

(C) Books

  1. Chang, J. Y. (2011) ‘Mandarin pop music industrial region: Contradictory state and latent cross-strait organization.’ In R. Y.-W. Kwok (ed.) The Second Great Transformation: Taiwanese Industrialization in the 1980s-2000s (Chapter 8, pp. 239-270). Taipei: Chengchi University Press.(NSC 96-2917-I-305-001)




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Chia-Tsung Yeh Assistant Professor

Introduction

Ph.D., National Taipei University, TWN
Fields of Specialties: Landscape Ecology, Spatial Strategy Planning, Urban Ecology
Tel: +886 2 8674-1111 # 67362
Email: alexyehchiatsung@gmail.com

Courses

Landscape Ecology, Urban Ecology, Introduction to Urban Planning and Professional Practice

Publication

(A) Journals

  1. Lee, Y.-C., Yeh, C.-T., Huang, S.-L. (2012). Energy hierarchy and landscape sustainability. Landscape and Urban Planning. DOI: 10.1007/s10980-012-9706-7 (SCI, SSCI)
  2. Huang, S.-L., Chang, L.-F., Yeh, C.-T. (2011). How vulnerable is the landscape when the typhoon comes? An emergy approach. Landscape and Urban Planning 100, 415–417. (SCI, SSCI)
  3. Huang, S.-L., Yeh, C.-T., Chang, L.-F. (2010). The transition to an urbanizing world and the demand for natural resources. Current Opinion in Environmental Sustainability 2, 136–143. (SSCI)
  4. Yeh, C.-T., Huang, S.-L. (2009). Investigating spatiotemporal patterns of landscape diversity in response to urbanization. Landscape and Urban Planning 93, 151-162. (SCI, SSCI)
  5. Huang, S.-L., Yeh, C.-T., Budd, W.W., Chen, L.-L. (2009). A Sensitivity Model (SM) approach to analyze urban development in Taiwan based on sustainability indicators. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 29(2), 116-125. (Corresponding author) (SSCI)

(B) Conference Paper

  1. Huang, S.-L., Yeh, C.-T. (2007). Landscape Diversity and Ecosystem Function of Taipei’s Peri-Urban Area. International Conference “New concepts and approaches for Urban and Regional Policy and Planning? Leuven, Belgium, April 02-03, 2007.
  2. Yeh, C.-T., Huang S.-L. (2006). Integrating Ecosystem Diversity into Spatial Planning. Second World Planning Schools Congress. Mexico City, Mexico, 10-13 July, 2006.

(C) Books

  1. Yeh, C.-T., Huang, S.-L. (2012). Global urbanization and demand for natural resources. In Lal, R. and Augustin, B. (eds.) Carbon Sequestration in Urban Ecosystems, Springer, Heidelberg.




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97年度碩士班學位論文

姓名 指導教授 論文名稱 摘要
謝承翰 楊重信 從社區意識的角度探討社區活動中心使用之研究-以台北市士林區為例 中英文
林明生 賴世剛 以台北捷運系統車站進出人次規模探討冪次定律 中英文
郭修謙 賴世剛 複雜都市系統中計畫制定有效性的定理建構 中英文
楊敏嘉 黃書禮 都市化對農地地表覆蓋景觀及生態系統服務變化之影響研 中英文
林煒翔 周志龍
金家禾
台北市都市更新制度與治理—「雙橡園」與「修德國宅」案例研究 中英文
廖美貞 周志龍 會展產業發展與世界都市建構 中英文
林瑞美 周志龍 農產業創新學習制度之研究-以高雄縣燕巢鄉為例 中英文
陳韋如 郭肇立 閾限的公共領域:空軍三重一村的社會空間研 中英文
黃宜婷 郭肇立 都市便利商店消費文化與都市空間之研究-以台北市為例 中英文
謝宗育 林楨家 工作可及性對都市原住民就業之影響-台北縣之實證分析 中英文
蕭婷允 詹士樑
黃書禮
氣候變遷影響下都市防災空間系統規劃程序之研 中英文
王 韋 林楨家 捷運接駁公車路線走廊土地使用規劃模式 中英文
陳姿叡 詹士樑
黃書禮
感受性系統模型在台北都會區颱洪災害脆弱度應用之研究 中英文
張濱懷 詹士樑
衛萬明
颱洪災害影響下流域回復力指標系統建構之研究-以淡水河流域為例 中英文
孫小于 林楨家 高齡者住宅社區之區位規劃模式 中英文
柯博晟 賴世剛 從都市發展區塊規模探討冪次係數變化:複雜科學與經濟觀點之探索 中英文
劉丁維 陳武正 台北捷運系統服務品質、乘客滿意度與忠誠度關係之研究 中英文

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