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環境學系

教學人員

陳斯博士

特任導師

電郵 sissichen@vtc.edu.hk

陳斯博士

Dr Sissi CHEN obtained her PhD in 2015 in The University of Hong Kong with the study entitled “Measuring Environmental Quality of Life: A GIS Approach to Deriving Objective Measures using Hong Kong as a Case Study”, which focused on the urban morphology and comprehensive environmental quality of life. Before joining THEi, she worked in The University of Hong Kong as Senior Research Assistant and Teaching Assistant. She is also interested in spatial analysis and modeling for urban planning and pollutant control.

TEACHING AREAS

  • Basic Environmental & Analytical Chemistry

  • Geographical Information System

  • Plant ecology

  • Field methodology

     

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Hong Kong

  • Master of Science in Environmental Engineering, School of Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

  • Bachelor of Science, Resource Environment and Urban Planning Management

  • Bachelor of Arts, Chinese Language for Foreign Affairs

EMPLOYMENT

  • 2017.9 – Now, Teaching Fellow, Department of Environment, Faculty of Design and Environment, Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong

  • 2015.11 - 2017.9, Teaching Assistant in Department of Geography, HKU

  • 2015.11- 2017.9, Senior Research Assistant (part-time) in Department of Politics and Public Administration

  • 2011-2015, Teaching Assistant (part-time) in Department of Geography, HKU

RESEARCH, ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS, PUBLIC LECTURES

  • Lai P.C., Chen S.*, Low C.T., Cerin Ester, Stimson Robert, Wong PY Paulina., Neighborhood variation of sustainable urban morphological characteristics. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 2018, 3; 15(3):465

  • Low, C.T., Stimson, R., Chen, S., Cerin, E., Wong, P., Lai, P.C. Personal and Neighbourhood Indicators of Quality of Urban Life: A Case Study of Hong Kong. Social Indicators Research, 2017, 1-23.

  • Wong, H.T., Wang, J., Yin, Q. CHEN S., Lai P.C., The potential benefits of location-specific biometeorological indexes. International Journal of Biometeorology. 2017, 61: 1695-1698.

  • Low, C.T., Stimson, R., Chen, S., Cerin, E., Wong, P., Lai, P.C. Personal and Neighbourhood Indicators of Quality of Urban Life: A Case Study of Hong Kong. 2017, 1-23.

  • Wong H.T., Lai P.C., Chen S.*, Biometeorological Modelling and Forecasting of Monthly Ambulance Demand for Hong Kong, Hong Kong Journal of Emergency Medicine, 2017, 24,1-11.

  • Chen, S., Cerin, E., Stimson, R., Lai, P. C., An objective measure to assessing urban quality of life based on land use characteristics. Procedia Environmental Sciences, 2016, 36, 50-53.

  • Low C.T., Lai P.C., Li H.D., Ho W.K., Wong P., Chen S., Wong W.C., Neighbourhood effects on body constitution-A case study of Hong Kong. Social Science & Medicine. 2016, 158:61-74.

  • Wong P.P.Y., Lai P.C., Low C.T., Chen S., & Hart, M. The Impact of Environmental and Human Factors on Urban Heat and Microclimate Variability, Building and Environment, 2016, 95, 199-208 (IF = 3.341)

  • Wong H. T., Guo Y. Q., Chiu M. Y. L., Chen S., & Zhao Y., Spatial illustration of health-care workforce accessibility index in China: How far has our 2009 health-care reform brought us? The Australian Journal of Rural Health. 2015

  • Wong H.T., Chen S., Lai P.C., Long Term Projection of Ambulance Demand in Hong Kong: A Case Study of 2019, Annals of the Geographical, Geological & Archaeological Society, 2014, 37: 40-51.

  • Lai P.C., Wong F.H.T. and Chen S., Identifying H1N1 influenza infection risk factors by using geographic information system , 地理信息系统于识别流感感染风险因素的应用, Chinese Human Geography Conference, Held in Central China Normal University, Wuhan on 27-28 October 2012.

  • Wong F.H.T., Lai P.C. and Chen S., Predicting emergency ambulance demand based on regional demographic differences: a feasibility study, 利用区域人口差异预测救护车需求的试点研究, Chinese Human Geography Conference, Held in Central China Normal University, Wuhan on 27-28 October 2012.

GRANTS AND PROJECTS

  • Principal Investigator. A GIS-based Methodology to Investigate Land Use Mix and Air quality in Developing a Smart City of Hong Kong. THEi Seed Grant