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Postdoctoral Researcher JU yang

电邮 Email: yangju90@nju.edu.cn

个人网站 Personal Website: https://yangjugeospatial.wordpress.com/

南京大学学士,加州大学伯克利分校硕士、博士及博士后,现为南京大学“毓秀青年学者”博士后 。


PhD in Environmental Planning, University of California, Berkeley, USA, 2015-2019

Master of Landscape Architecture, University of California, Berkeley, USA. 2013-2015

B.Eng. in urban planning, Nanjing University, China, 2008-2013.



研究方向为建成环境的测度、建成环境对健康的影响、环境和社会公平。目前的研究关注城市绿地,包括绿地的测量、健康效应和绿地分布不公平的成因。未来计划研究城市更新项目对居民福祉的影响。研究发表在Landscape and Urban Planning, Environmental Research Letters, Climatic Change, Cities, International Journal of Remote Sensing 等主流学术期刊上。


Dr Ju’s research focuses on the interactions between built environment, environmental and social justice, and urban health. His recent work uses urban green space as the subject to explore the topics above, where he performs satellite-based mapping of green space, measures its social distribution and health effects, using the US and Latin America as the study areas. While continuing exploring these topics in the Chinese context, Dr Ju looks forward to collaborating with planning professionals and local residents to study the implication of urban renewal projects on people’s well-being, as such projects are expected to grow and instrumental for China’s urban future.

Dr Ju has published his research in mainstream research journals such as Landscape and Urban Planning, Environmental Research Letters, Climatic Change, Cities, and International Journal of Remote Sensing. In addition, he is interested in research outreach to stakeholders and has presented his work through various channels such as web-GIS platforms, news outlets (e.g. Los Angeles Times), and in-person workshops (e.g. with US Costal Guard Sector San Francisco).





主要科研项目与成果 Research and Projects




· 2020-08 至 2021-08,上海市城市更新及其空间优化技术重点实验室资助课题《夜间灯光遥感和建成环境要素的关系》,2.5万元,主持。

· 2019-01至2021-12 , SALURBAL (Urban Health in Latin America) project. Funded by the Wellcome Trust , 参与(博士后及研究助理)。

· 2019-01至2020-08,Toxic Tides: characterizing area-level vulnerabilities to sea level rise in California and nationally. Funded by the Strategic Growth Council, California, 参与(博士后及研究助理)。


· PI. The Relationship between Remotely Sensed Nighttime Light Intensity and Built-environment Features, Open Research Fund of Shanghai Key Laboratory of Urban Renewal and Spatial Optimization Technology, 25,000 yuan, 2020.08-2021.08.

· Research assistant and postdoc. SALURBAL (Urban Health in Latin America) project, funded by the Wellcome Trust, 2019.01-2021.12.

· Research assistant and postdoc. Toxic Tides: characterizing area-level vulnerabilities to sea level rise in California and nationally, funded by the Strategic Growth Council, California, 2019.01-2020.08.





主要论著 Publications




· Cunha, M. da C. M., Ju, Y.*,…, & Caiaffa, W. T. (2021). Disentangling associations between vegetation greenness and dengue in a Latin American city: Findings and challenges. Landscape and Urban Planning, 216, 104255. 

· Ju, Y., Moran, M., Wang, X., …, & Dronova, I. (2021). Latin American cities with higher socioeconomic status are greening from a lower baseline: Evidence from the SALURBAL project. Environmental Research Letters. 

· Ju, Y., Cushing, L. J., & Morello-Frosch, R. (2020). An equity analysis of clean vehicle rebate programs in California. Climatic Change. 

· Ju, Y. *, Lindbergh, S., He, Y., & Radke, J. D. (2019). Climate-related uncertainties in urban exposure to sea level rise and storm surge flooding: A multi-temporal and multi-scenario analysis. Cities, 92, 230–246. 

· Ju, Y. *, Dronova, I., Ma, Q., & Zhang, X. (2017). Analysis of urbanization dynamics in mainland China using pixel-based night-time light trajectories from 1992 to 2013. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 38(21), 6047–6072.