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CURRICULUM VITAE

QISHENG PAN, Ph.D.

Professor and Chair

Department of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy

Texas Southern University, Houston, TX 77004

Telephone: (713) 313-7221 (O), (713) 799-2043 (C), Fax: (713) 313-7447

Email: pan_qs@tsu.edu, panqisheng@gmail.com

EDUCATION

PhD Planning, University of Southern California, 2003

MS Computer Science, University of Southern California, 2001 MS Remote Sensing and GIS, Peking University, China, 1995 BS Geology, Peking University, China, 1992

ACADEMIC POSITIONS

2011-present Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy Texas Southern University 2010-present Chair, Department of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy Texas Southern University 2008-2010 Interim Chair, Department of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy Texas Southern University 2003-2011 Associate Professor, Department of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy Texas Southern University 2007 summer Visiting Professor, Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering University of Southern California 2005-2008 Guest Professor, School of Urban Design Wuhan University, China 1995-1996 Researcher, Institute of Remote Sensing Applications Chinese Academy of Science, China

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Freight Transportation Modeling Economic Impact Analysis Urban Transportation and Land Use Applications of GIS & Computer Techniques in Urban Studies

REFERRED JOURNAL ARTICLES

Pan, Q. (2012) “The Impacts of an Urban Light Rail System on Residential Property Values: A Case Study of the Houston METRORail Transit Line,” Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology (forthcoming).

Pan, Q., P. Gordon, J. Moore, and H. W. Richardson (2011) “Modeling the Effects of Peak-Load Pricing on Metropolitan Network and Activities,” Transportation Research Record (TRR), Journal of the Transportation Research Board, No. 2255, pp. 11-19.

Pan, Q. (2011) “Economic Losses from a Hypothetical Hurricane Event in the Houston-Galveston Area,” Natural Hazard Review, Vol 12, No. 3, 146-155.

Giuliano, G., P. Gordon, Q. Pan, and J. Park (2010) “Accessibility and residential land values: Some tests with new measures,” Urban Studies, Vol. 47, No. 14, 3103-3130.

Giuliano, G., P. Gordon, Q. Pan, J. Park, L. Wang (2010) "Estimating Freight Flows for Metropolitan Area Highway Networks Using Secondary Data Sources," Networks and Spatial Economics, Vol. 10, No. 1, 73-91.

Pan, Q., H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, and J. Moore (2009) “The Economic Impacts of a Terrorist Attack on the Downtown Los Angeles Financial District,” Spatial Economic Analysis, Vol. 4, No.

2, 213-239.

Pan, Q. (2009) “Regional Freight Transportation Research: Model and Applications,” China Regional Economics, Vol. 1, No. 1, 104-115. (in Chinese) Pan. Q. (2006) “Freight Data Assembling and Modeling: Methodologies and Practice,” Journal of Transportation Planning and Technology, Vol. 29, No. 1.

Moore, J. E., Kuprenas J., Lee, J.J., Gordon, P., Richardson, H., and Q. Pan (2004) “Cost Analysis methodology for advanced treatment of stormwater: the Los Angeles Case,” Journal of Construction Research, Vol. 5, No. 2,149-170 BOOK H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, J. E. Moore, Q. Pan, and J. Park (2012) Applications of Regional and International Economic Impact Models (forthcoming).

Pan, Q. (2010), Regional Freight Modeling System: Methodology and Applications, VDM Publishing, ISBN: 978-3-639-28950-3.

BOOK CHAPTERS

Pan, Q. (2012) “Southern California Planning Model (SCPM)” in H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, J. E.

Moore, Q. Pan, and J. Park (eds.) Applications of Regional and International Economic Impact Models (forthcoming).

Pan, Q. (2010) “Applications of GIS in urban planning,” in Yang, C., D. Wong, Q. Miao, and R.

Yang (eds.) Advanced Geoinformation Science, CRC Press.

Pan, Q. (2010) “Regional freight transportation research: theory and model,” in Zhu, X. and S. Wu (eds.) Business Administration in the Series on Western Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences, China Remin University Press (in Chinese).

Gordon, P., B. Lee, J. E. Moore, Q. Pan, J. Park, and H. W. Richardson (2009) “Estimating the economic impacts of WMD attacks,” in Maurer, Stephen M. and Christine Hartmann-Siantar (eds.) WMD Terrorism: Science and Policy Choices. Cambridge: MIT Press.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., J. Moore, and H. W. Richardson (2008) “Economic impacts of terrorist attacks and natural disasters: Case studies of Los Angeles and Houston,” pp. 35-64, in Daniel Z. Sui and Susan L. Cutter (ed.) Geospatial Technologies and Homeland Security: Research Frontiers and Challenges, Springer.

H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, J. E. Moore, J. Park and Q. Pan (2008), “The economic impacts of alternative terrorist attacks on the twin ports of Los Angeles – Long Beach,” in J. M. Quigley, and L. A. Rosenthal, eds., Risking House and Home: Disasters, Cities, Public Policy, Berkeley, California: Berkeley Public Policy Press.

H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, J. E. Moore, S. Cho and Q. Pan (2008) “Expansion of Toll Lanes or More Free Lanes? A Case Study of SR91 in Southern California,” in H.W. Richardson and Chang-Hee Christine Bae, eds., Road Congestion Pricing in Europe. Implications for the United States, Cheltenham UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.





H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, J. E. Moore, S. Kim, J. Park and Q. Pan (2007), “Tourism and terrorism: the national and interregional economic impacts of attacks on major US theme parks,” in H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, and J. E. Moore, eds., The Economic Costs and Consequences of Terrorism, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

Gordon, P., J. Moore, H. W. Richardson, and Q. Pan (2006) “The costs of a terrorist attack on Terminal Island at the twin ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, ” in J. Haveman and H. Schatz, eds., Protecting the Nation’s Seaports: Balancing Security and Cost, Public Policy Institute of California.

Gordon, P., J. Moore, H. W. Richardson, and Q. Pan (2005) “The economic impacts of a terrorist attack on the twin ports of Los Angeles – Long Beach,” in H. W. Richardson, P. Gordon, and J.

E. Moore, eds., The Economic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.

WORK IN PROGRESS

Pan, Q., “Estimate the Economic Losses of Hurricane IKE in the Greater Houston Region,” Revised in August, 2011.

FUNDED RESEARCH

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RESEARCH REPORTS AND OTHER PUBLICATIONS

Research Reports Gordon, P., and Pan, Q., (2010) Modeling the Effects of Peak-Load Pricing on Metropolitan Network and Activities. Los Angeles and Long Beach, CA: Final Report to the National Center for Metropolitan Transportation Research (METRANS), Project 10-03.

Gordon, P., Richardson, H. W., Moore, J. E., Pan, Q., Park, J., Cho, S., Cho, J., Jun, E., Nguyen, C., Ryu, S., Yoon, S. (2010) TransNIEMO: Economic Impact Analysis using a Model of Consistent Interregional Economic and Highway Network Equilibria. Los Angeles, CA: Final Report to the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE).

Peter Gordon, Harry W. Richardson, James E. Moore II, Ji Young Park, Sooung Kim, and Qisheng Pan (2009) Tourism and Terrorism: The National and Interregional Economic Impacts of Attacks on Major U.S. Theme Parks, Los Angeles, CA: Final Report to the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE).

(http://research.create.usc.edu/nonpublished_reports/21/) Hall, T. D., C. A. Lewis, Q. Pan, K. Godazi, and R. Morgan (2009) The Movement of Army Unmanned Ground Vehicles at Marine Ports, Final Report, Center for Transportation Training & Research (CTTR), Texas Southern University.

Peter Gordon, Harry W. Richardson, James E. Moore II, Qisheng Pan, Ji Young Park, Joongkoo Cho, SooHyun Cho, Jongeun Jun, Eunha Jun, Christine Nguyen, SungHo Ryu, SunSu Yoon (2009) TransNIEMO: Economic Impact Analysis Using a Model of Consistent Interregional Economic and Highway Network Equilibria, Los Angeles, CA: Final Report to the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) (http://research.create.usc.edu/project_summaries/19/ ) Lee, Bumsoo, Gordon, Peter, Moore, James E. II, Park, Ji Young, Richardson, Harry W., and Pan, Qisheng (2009) Estimating the Economic Impacts of WMD Attacks. Published Articles & Papers.

Paper 137, Los Angeles, CA: Final Report to the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE) (http://research.create.usc.edu/published_papers/137) Pan, Q, P. Gordon, J. E. Moore II, and H. W. Richardson (2008) Economic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks and Natural Disasters: Case Studies of Los Angeles and Houston, Los Angeles, CA: The Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE).

(http://research.create.usc.edu/nonpublished_reports/27/) Pan, Q. (2007) Develop Emissions, Truck Trips and Railcars Estimation Methodology for Major Texas Ports. Report of Project 0-5415 (Task 1 and Task 2) to Texas department of Transportation, Austin, Texas.

Bhat, C., B. Paterson, S. Bricka, J. Guo, and Q. Pan (2006) Measuring Access to Public Transportation Services. Report of Project 0-5178 to Texas department of Transportation, Austin, Texas.

Peter Gordon, James E. Moore II, Harry W. Richardson, Qisheng Pan (2006) The Costs of A Terrorist Attack on Terminal Island at the Twin Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA: Final Report to the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE). (http://research.create.usc.edu/nonpublished_reports/33/ ) Peter Gordon, James E. Moore II, Harry W. Richardson, Qisheng Pan (2005) The Economic Impact of a Terrorist Attack on the Twin Ports of Los Angeles- Long Beach, Los Angeles, CA: Final Report to the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE).

(http://research.create.usc.edu/nonpublished_reports/23 ) Pan, Q. and M. A. Weininger (2004) A Cross-Section of Greater Houston's Commercial and Economic Leadership, Report on the Status of Planning for Economic Development in Houston, BluePrint Houston, Houston, Texas.

(http://www.blueprinthouston.org/documents/economic_development.doc ) Pan. Q. (2004) Regional Economic Impacts of Port Closure Under Terrorist Attack: Case Studies on the Ports in Los Angeles and Houston, Final Report, Texas Southern University, Houston. Texas.

Pan, Q. (2003) The Identification of Employment Subcenters in the Houston Metropolitan Area, Final Report, Texas Southern University, Houston. Texas.

Peter Gordon, John Kuprenas, Jiin-Jen Lee, James E. Moore, Harry W. Richardson, Christopher Williamson, Donghwan An, Q. Pan, Ken Rekdahl, and Xia Zhu (2002) An Economic Impact Evaluation of Proposed Storm Water Treatment for Los Angeles County, Final Report, School of Engineering and the School of Policy, Planning, and Development, Los Angeles. California.

Peter Gordon and Q. Pan (2001) Assembling and Processing Freight Shipment Data: Developing a GIS-Based Origin-Destination Matrix for Southern California Freight Flows, Report No.

FHWA/CA/OR-2001-15. California Department of Transportation, Sacramento, California.

(http://www.metrans.org/Research/Final_Report/99-25_Final.pdf).

Conference Proceedings

Pan, Q., and Z. Dong (2012) “Optimized Selection of Landfill Sites in Houston Area Using Geographical Information System” IEEE GRSS Proceedings of the 6th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, June 17-19, 2012, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China.

Pan, Q., P. Gordon, J. E. Moore, H. Richardson, J. Park, J. Cho, S. Cho, S. Ryu, and E. Jun (2011) “Examine the Effects of Highway Bridge Collapse on Freight Flows,” the Proceedings of the 2011 ESRI International User Conference, July 11-15, San Diego, California.

Pan, Q. (2005) “Web-Based Regional Freight Data Collection and Modeling,” the Proceedings of the fifth NACOTA China International Transportation Conference, June 24-25, Xian, Shaanxi, China.

Pan, Q. and L. Ma (2005) “Estimate the Change of Mode Share by a Transit Project,” the Proceedings of the 25th ESRI International User Conference, July 25-29, San Diego, California.

Pan, Q. (2004) “Freight transportation and planning: Case study on the two ports in Los Angeles,” the Proceedings of the 21st Century Urban Development International Conference, Wuhan, China Gordon, P., J. E. Moore, H. W. Richardson, and Q. Pan (2004), “The Economic Impact of a Terrorist Attack on the Twin Ports of Los Angeles-Long Beach”, the Symposium on Economic Costs and Consequences of a Terrorist Attack, the Center for Risk and Economic Analysis of Terrorism Events (CREATE), University of Southern California, August 20-21.

Pan, Q., and L. Ma (2004) “Employment Subcenter Identification: A GIS-Based Method,” the Proceedings of the 24th ESRI International User Conference, San Diego, California.

Jose Luis Ambite and Genevieve Giuliano and Peter Gordon and Andreas Harth and Karanbir Jassar and Q. Pan and LanLan Wang (2004) “Argos: Dynamic Composition of Web Services for Goods Movement Analysis and Planning (pdf)”, Project Highlight at the National Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2004), Seattle, Washington, California, May.

Jose Luis Ambite, Genevieve Giuliano, Peter Gordon, Andreas Harth, Karanbir Jassar, Q. Pan, and LanLan Wang (2004) “Argos: An Ontology and Web Service Composition Infrastructure for Goods Movement Analysis (pdf)”, the Proceedings of the National Conference on Digital Government Research (dg.o 2004), Seattle, Washington, California, May.

Pan, Q. and L. Ma (2004) “An XML-Based Freight Data Management and Analysis System”, the Proceeding (CDROM) of the 83rd Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board, Jan.

11-15. Washington D.C.

Pan, Q. (2003) “ICT and Transportation”, the Star/Stella Next Generation Colloquium 2003, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Ambite, JL. G Giuliano, P. Gordon, Q. Pan, S. Bhattacharjee. (2002) “Integrating Heterogeneous Data Sources for Better Freight Flow Analysis and Planning”, the Proceedings of the 2002 National Conference on Digital Government Research, California.



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