FUSE Lab aims to leverage geospatial big data, data-model fusion, and advanced interdisciplinary approaches to investigate the interaction loops between urban environmental change, human activities, and public health, with the ultimate goal of contributing to sustainable and healthy cities.
Our Research Focus:
- Urban Environmental Changes
- Human-Environment Spatiotemporal Interaction
- Impact of Environment and Human Activities on Public Health
- Urban Environment Improvement Theory and Adaptation Pathways
We currently have openings for Postdocs, Ph.D., full-time and part-time RAs in FUSE Lab. Self-motivated and enthusiastic individuals in Remote Sensing of Built and Natural Environment, and Human-Environment Spatiotemporal Interactions are encouraged to apply by sending your research interest statement, detailed CV, and one representative work to Dr. Bin Chen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
[Post 1] Post-doctoral Fellow (Ref. 522157) in the research area of Remote Sensing of the Built and Natural Environment, here to apply: https://jobs.hku.hk/cw/en/job/522157/postdoctoral-fellow-in-the-division-of-landscape-architecture
[Post 2] Post-doctoral Fellow (Ref. 522209) in the research area of climate risks on social-environmental-properties, here to apply: https://jobs.hku.hk/cw/en/job/522209/postdoctoral-fellow-in-the-faculty-of-architecture
[PDF Fellowships] Application deadline on September 6, 2023. The Research Grants Council (RGC) and Jockey Club Charities Trust (the Trust) are inviting nominations for Postdoctoral Fellowship Scheme (PDFS) 2024/25 and Jockey Club Global STEM Post-doctoral Fellowship for Translational Research and Application 2023/24 respectively. If you are interested in the captioned fellowships, feel free to contact us.
Most Recent Publications
- Gong, P.*, Guo, H.*, Chen, B. et al., (2023). iEarth: an interdisciplinary framework in the era of big data and AI for sustainable development. National Science Review, nwad178.
- Chen, B.* (2023). Coincided disparity between housing price and health outcome. The Lancet Regional Health – Europe, 27, 100593.
- Wu, S., Yu, W., Chen, B.* (2023). Observed inequality in thermal comfort exposure and its multifaceted associations with greenspace in United States cities. Landscape and Urban Planning, 233, 104701.
- Tu, Y., Chen, B.*, Yang, J. & Xu, B. (2023). Olympic effects on reshaping urban greenspace of host cities. Landscape and Urban Planning, 230, 104615.
- Chen, B.*, Wu, S., Song, Y., Webster, C., Xu, B. & Gong, P. (2022). Contrasting inequality in human exposure to greenspace between cities of Global North and Global South. Nature Communications, 13, 4363
- Chen, B.*, Tu, Y., Wu, S., Song, Y., Jin, Y., Webster, C., Xu, B. & Gong, P. (2022). Beyond green environments: multi-scale difference in human exposure to greenspace in China. Environment International, 166, 107348
- Li, M., Chen, B.*, Webster C., Gong, P. & Xu, B. (2022). The land-sea interface mapping: China’s coastal land covers at 10 m for 2020. Science Bulletin, DOI: 10.1016/j.scib.2022.07.012
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- 07/2023 Dr. Bin Chen got the Research Grants Council (RGC) of Hong Kong General Research Fund.
- 03/2023 Dr. Shengbiao Wu has been promoted to Research Assistant Professor.
- 12/2022 Dr. Bin Chen received New Talents in Science and Technology of China with Shining Potential Award.
- 08/2022 Our Nature Communications research paper has been featured in HKU news and reported by local and international media.
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