New Post-Doc: Dr. Chunzhu WEI

New Post-Doc: Dr. Chunzhu WEI

October 26, 2017

Dr. Chunzhu WEI started her post-doc in the department in October, 2017. She got her PhD from the Department of Geoinformatics (Z_GIS) in the University of Salzburg, Austria. Her PhD researches focused on integrating remote sensing data, geospatial data and socio-economic data to interpret the urban spatial features and urban functions from micro-scale (e.g neighborhood scale) to macro-scale (e.g city and megacity scale). In particular, she is interested in measuring the state of landscape multi-functionality feedbacks (e.g. population density, urbanization velocity, urban segregation) .

 

She will work on the Catch-Mekong project, the overall objective of which is to provide innovative research and technologies for natural water and land resources management in the delta regions. She is working on deepening the understanding of the urbanization processes in the delta regions and on developing key urban variables or indicators for sustainable environment analysis.

More details about her research can be found at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Chunzhu_Wei

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