Associate Professor, Graduate Advisor
Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis
Broadly trained as a human geographer, I have strong interests in transportation and population studies. I am also interested in the application of geospatial technologies such as GIS and Remote Sensing. I am active in conducting research applying various geospatial techniques in my interested fields. Currently I am working on a number of research topics following this line: (1) fare and network structure of the US domestic air transportation; (2) spatial impact on the measure of urban racial segregation; (3) interpolation of spatial incompatible data; and (4) urban crime analysis.
I spend most of my non-academic time with my kiddos. In my spare time (if there is still any), I am an ardent sports fan. Tennis, badminton, racquetball, volleyball, soccer, just to name a few that I hope to have time to play. One more thing, I wish I could run a marathon someday.