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Bin Jiang

Professor Bin Jiang forskar bland annat om hur städer kan byggas både hållbarare och med högre skönhetsvärde.

Research presentation

Bin Jiang

Professor, PhD in geographic information systems, M.Sc. in remote sensing and computer cartography, B.Sc. in cartography

Research subject: Geography
Research domain: Geospatial information sciences

Bin Jiang is an independent-minded researcher, and have pioneered a series of novel concepts, methods and tools not only for better understanding urban structure and dynamics, but also for making and remaking the built environment towards sustainability.




Conference papers

Jiang, B. (2020). Spatial Healing: Bridging Space and Place through the Concept of Wholeness. . [More information]
Jiang, B. (2019). Bridging the Two Concepts of Space and Place through the Concept of Wholeness. . [More information]
Jiang, B. (2019). Spatial Heterogeneity, Scale, Data Character, and Sustainable Transport in the Big Data Era. DATA ANALYTICS: PAVING THE WAY TO SUSTAINABLE URBAN MOBILITY. P. 730-736. 10.1007/978-3-030-02305-8_88 [More information]
Jiang, B. (2018). A Geospatial Perspective on Sustainable Urban Mobility in the Era of BIG Data. . [More information]
Jiang, B. (2018). Challenging the Establishment of Cartography and GIS. . [More information]
Jiang, B. (2018). Geospatial Analysis Requires a Different Way of Thinking : The Problem of Spatial Heterogeneity. TRENDS IN SPATIAL ANALYSIS AND MODELLING : DECISION-SUPPORT AND PLANNING STRATEGIES: SPRINGER. P. 23-40. 10.1007/978-3-319-52522-8_2 [More information]
Jiang, B. (2018). On Spatiotemporal Thinking: Spatial heterogeneity, scale, and data character. . [More information]
Jiang, B. (2018). Scaling Law and Tobler's Law for Characterizing Asymmetry in Geography. . [More information]
Jiang, B. (2018). Three Fundamental Issues on Geography as a Science of the Earth's Surface. . [More information]
Moore, A. & Jiang, B. (2018). Towards data-based artworks in geovisual analytics. New Directions in Geovisual Analytics: Visualization, Computation, and Evaluation (GVIZ 2018). Wadern: Dagstuhl. External link [More information]
Omer, I., Kaplan, N. & Jiang, B. (2018). Why angular centralities are more suitable for space syntax modeling?. Proceedings of the 11th Space Syntax Symposium. P. 100.1-100.12. [More information]
Omer, I., Kaplan, N. & Jiang, B. (2017). Why angular centralities are more suitable for space syntax modeling?. Proceedings - 11th International Space Syntax Symposium : 2. Cities and urban studies: Instituto Superior Tecnico, Departamento de Engenharia Civil, Arquitetura e Georrecursos. P. 100.1-100.12. [More information]
Jiang, B. (2013). Why can the image of the city be formed?. Proceedings of the 12th International Conference on GeoComputation, LIESMARS: Wuhan University of Technology Press. [More information]
Jiang, B. (2012). Computing the image of the city. Planning Support Tools: Policy analysis, implementation and evaluation : Proceedings of the 7th International conference on Informatics and Urban and Regional planning INPUT. P. 111-121. [More information]
Jiang, B. (2011). A short note on data-intensive geospatial computing. Lecture Notes in Geoinformation and Cartography. Berlin: Springer. P. 13-17. [More information]
Jiang, B. (2010). Bottom-up approach to studying the street structure and human movement patterns. Workshop on Movement Research: Are you in the flow?. [More information]
Jiang, B. (2010). Data-intensive geospatial analysis and computation. online proceeding. [More information]
Jiang, B. & Liu, X. (2009). AxialGen: a research prototype for automatically generating the axial map. Proceedings of 11th International Conference on Computers in Urban Planning and Urban Management (CUPUM). Hong Kong: the University of Hong Kong. [More information]
Brandt, S. & Jiang, B. (2004). 3D geovisualization as a communication and analysis tool in fluvial geomorphology. Geoinformatics 2004 : proceedings of the 12th International Conference on Geoinformatics - Geospatial Information Research: Bridging the Pacific and Atlantic, University of Gävle, Sweden, 7-9 June 2004. Gävle: Gävle University Press. P. 339-346. External link [More information]
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