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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 ...»

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(http://www.diggov.org/archive/library/pdf/ambite2.pdf) Pan, Q. (1996) “3D Modeling Technology and Applications in Remote Sensing and GIS”, the Proceedings of Geoinformatics’96 International Symposium, Florida.

Pan, Q. (1995) “Research on the 3D modeling Approaches Oriented to the Objects of Remote Sensing”, the Proceedings of the 2nd Asia Regional GlobeSAR Workshop, Beijing, China.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS, WORKSHOPS, AND INVITED SPEECHES

Conference Presentations Pan, Q. (2012) “Urban Growth and Transportation Development Patterns for China’s Urban Transition,” the 6th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, June 17-19, 2012, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China.

Pan, Q. (2012) “ Estimate the Economic Losses of Hurricane IKE in the Greater Houston Region,” the Geoinformatics 2012, June 15-17. Hong Kong.

Pan, Q. (2012) “The Impacts of Light Rail on Residential Property Values in a Nonzoning City: A New Test of the Houston METRORail Transit Line,” the WRSA 51st Annual Meeting, February 8Kauai, Hawaii.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W., J. Park, J. Cho, S. Cho, S. Ryu, E. Jun (2012) “Estimating the Effects of Highway Infrastructure Failure on Freight Flows for the U.S.

Highway Network,” the 91st TRB Meeting, Jan. 22-26,Wahsington DC.

Pan, Q., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W. (2011) “Estimating the Effects of Congestion Pricing Policy,” the International Conference on Urban and Regional Development in the 21st Century and Lingnan Forum, Dec. 16-18, 2011, Guangzhou, China Pan, Q., Richardson, H. W., Moore, II, J. E., and C. Nguyen (2011) “The Business Interruption and Transportation Impacts of a Terrorist Attack on Southern California Shopping Malls,” The 58th NARSC Annual Meeting, November 9-12, 2011, Miami, Florida.

Pan, Q. and J. E. Moore, II (2011) “Modeling the Effects of the Regional Development Plans on Mobility,” the 5th International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, June 17-19, 2011, Renmin University, Beijing.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W. (2011) “Modeling the Effects of Congestion Pricing Policy on Regional Highway Networks,” the 52nd Annual Transportation Research Forum, March 10-12, 2011, Long Beach, California.

Pan. Q., J. E., Moore, Richardson, H. W. (2011) “Modeling the Effects of the Regional Development Plans on Mobility,” the 50th Anniversary meeting, February 27 - March 2, 2011, Monterey, California.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W. (2011) “Modeling the Effects of Peak-Load Pricing on Metropolitan Network and Activities,” the 2011 TRB 90th Annual Meeting, January 23Washington DC.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W. (2010) “Modeling the Effects of Peak-Load Pricing on Metropolitan Network and Activities,” the 2010 ACSP Conference, October 7-10, 2010, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., and H. W. Richardson (2010) “Modeling the effects of congestion pricing policy on regional highway networks,” the4th IACP Conference, June 19-21, Shanghai, China.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W., J. Park, J. Cho, S. Cho, S. Ryu, E. Jun (2010) “Estimating the Effects of Highway Infrastructure Failure on Freight Flows for the U.S.

Highway Network,” the 49th WRSA Meeting, Feb. 21-24, Sedona, AZ.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W. (2009) “Modeling the Effects of Peak-Load Pricing on Major Highways using a Metropolitan Network Model,” Session 40. Transportation: in the Presence of Pricing, 56th North American Meetings of the Regional Science Association International, November 18-21, San Francisco, CA.

Pan, Q., Gordon, P., Moore, II, J. E., Richardson, H. W., J. Park, J. Cho, S. Cho, S. Ryu, E. Jun (2009) “Estimating the Effects of Highway Bridge Collapse on Freight Flows for the U.S.

Highway Network,” the 50th Anniversary ACSP Conference, October 1-4, Crystal City, VA.

Pan, Q. and L. Ma (2009) “The Impacts of Light Rail Systems: Methodology and Case Studies,” the International Conference on Urban and Regional Planning in Transitional China and the 3rd International Association for China Planning (IACP) Conference, June 21-23, 2009, Nanjing, China.

Pan, Q. (2009) “The Application of Dynamic Composition of Web Services for GIS-based Regional Freight Transportation Modeling,” CPGIS 2009 Summer Research Workshop, June 18-19, 2009, Beijing, China.

Pan, Q. (2009) “Estimate the Economic Losses of Hurricane IKE in the Greater Houston Region,” the 48th Annual Meeting of Western Regional Science Association, Feb. 22-25, Napa Valley, California.

Pan, Q. and L. Ma (2009) “The Impacts of Light Rail on Residential Property Values: A Case Study of the Houston METRORail Transit Line,” Present at the TRB 88th Annual Meeting, January 11Washington, DC.

Pan, Q. (2007) “The Impacts of Light Rail Line on Population, Employment and Property Values: A Case Study on the Houston METRORail Transit Line,” the ACSP 2007 Annual Conference, Oct.

18-21, Milwaukee, WI.

Pan, Q. and L. Ma (2007) “Develop Urban Transit Networks for Large- and Medium-Sized Urban Areas Using GIS Data,”, The 15th International Conference on GEOINFORMATICS, May 25-27, Nanjing, China Pan, Q. (2007) “Economic Losses from a Hypothetical Hurricane Event in the Houston-Galveston Area”, the 46th Annual meeting of Western Regional Science Association, February 21-24, Newport Beach, California Harry Richardson, Peter Gordon, James Moore, and Q. Pan (2007) “The Economic Impact of a Terrorist Attack on Los Angeles Downtown Financial District,” the 46th Annual meeting of Western Regional Science Association, February 21-24, Newport Beach, California.





Pan Q. (2006) Economic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks and Natural Disasters: Case Studies on Los Angeles and Houston, the 2006 TAMU Symposium on “Geospatial Technologies and Homeland Security”, Nov. 15, College Station, Texas.

Pan, Q. and P. Gordon, (2006) Employment Centers and Commuting Patterns: The Case of Houston and Los Angeles, the ACSP 2006 Annual Conference, Nov. 9-12, Fort Worth, Texas.

Gordon, P., J. Moore, J. Park, H. W. Richardson, and Q. Pan (2006) “The Economic Impacts of Terrorist Attacks on the Twin Ports of Los Angeles-Long Beach,” Berkeley Symposium on Real Estate, Catastrophic Risk, and Public Policy, March 23, 2006 Giuliano, G., P., Gordon, Q. Pan, J. Park, and L. Wang (2006) “Estimating Freight Flows for Metropolitan Area Highway Networks Using Secondary Data Sources,” National Urban Freight Conference, Feb. 1-3, Long Beach, California.

Gordon, P., J. E. Moore, H. W. Richardson, and Q. Pan (2005) “The Economic Impact Of A Terrorist Attack On Los Angeles Downtown's Financial District,” the ACSP 2005 Annual Conference, October 27-30, Kansas City, Missouri.

Giuliano, G., P. Gordon, J. Park, L. Wang and Q. Pan (2005) "Estimating Freight Flows for Metropolitan Area Highway Networks Using Secondary Data Sources," the Commodity Flow Survey Conference, July 8-9, Boston, Massachusetts.

Pan, Q. and L. Ma (2005) “Is light rail a competitive mode in Urban Transportation System? A Case Study on the Houston METRORail Transit Line,” the 2005 Annual meeting of Association of American Geographers (AAG), April 5-9, Denver, Colorado.

Pan, Q. (2005) “Employment Subcenters in Houston, 1990-2000,” the 44th Annual meeting of Western Regional Science Association, February 23-26, San Diego, California.

Gordon, P., J. E. Moore, H. W. Richardson, and Q. Pan (2004) “The Impacts of Port Closure on Regional Economy and Transportation System: A Case Study on the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach,” the ACSP 2004 Annual Conference, October 21-24, Portland, Oregon.

Pan, Q. and L. Ma (2004) “Change of Access to Metropolitan Public Transportation System: A GISBased Measurement on the New Arrival of Houston Light Rail Transit Line,” the ACSP 2004 Annual Conference, October 21-24, Portland, Oregon.

Pan, Q. (2004) “Employment Subcenters in the Houston Metropolitan Area” the 2004 AAG Centennial Meeting, March 14-19, Philadelphia, PA.

Pan, Q. (2002) “An Integrated Measure of Accessibility and Mobility”, the ACSP 2002 Annual Conference, Baltimore, Maryland.

Workshops The CPGIS GoHome Project, the School of Hydraulic Engineering, Changsha University of Science & Technology, Changsha, China, June 20-23, 2011.

The CPGIS 2009 Summer Research Workshop, June 18-19, 2009, Beijing, China.

The Remote Sensing of the Urban Environment Workshop, Houston Advanced Research Center, Houston, Texas, Oct. 24-25, 2006 The REMI User Training and TranSight Conference, Austin, Texas, August 304, 2006 The 2006 Intergraph International Conference, Orlando, Florida, June 12-15, 2006 The 2005 JPER Writing Workshop, University of California at Berkeley, August 7-9, 2005.

Invited Speeches Estimate the Economic Losses of Hurricane IKE in the Greater Houston Region, invited speech at the School of Resource and Environmental Management, Wuhan University, June 2012, Wuhan, China.

The Polycentric Urban Form in Houston, invited speech at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST), June 11, 2012, Wuhan, China.

Development and Applications of Southern California Planning Model (SCPM), invited speech at the School of Urban Design, Wuhan University, June 27, 2011, Wuhan, China.

Development and Applications of Southern California Planning Model (SCPM), invited speech at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, June 27, 2011, Wuhan, China.

Development and Applications of Southern California Planning Model (SCPM), invited speech at the School of Traffic & Transportation Engineering, Central South University, June 23, 2011, Changsha, China.

Advanced Stormwater Treatment: Cost-Benefit Analysis & Case Study, invited speech at the School of Hydraulic Engineering, Changsha University of Science & Technology, June 21, 2011, Changsha, China.

Urban Transportation Modeling - Development and Applications of Southern California Planning Model (SCPM), invited speech at the School of Government, Peking University, June 17, 2011, Beijing, China.

Advanced GIS applications in urban planning, invited speech at the Research and Training Workshop, Center for Intelligent Spatial Computing, George Mason University, March 10-12, 2011, Fairfax, Virginia Modeling the effects of congestion pricing policy on regional highway networks, invited speech at the College of Traffic and Transportation, Southwest Jiaotong University, July 8, 2010, Chengdu, China.

Modeling the effects of congestion pricing policy on regional highway networks, invited speech at the Bureau of Urban Planning of Guangzhou Municipality, June 23, 2010, Guangzhou, China.

Polycentric Urban Form in Houston, invited speech at the School of Geography and Urban Planning, Zhongshan (Sun Yat-Sen) University, June 22, 2010, Guangzhou, China.

Economic Impact Analysis in Urban Planning: Methodology and Case Studies, invited speech at the School of Government, Peking University, October 23, 2009, Beijing, China.

The Impacts of Light Rail Systems: Methodology and Case Study, invited speech at the School of Urban Design, Wuhan University, October 21, 2009, Wuhan, China.

GIS applications in urban planning, invited speech at the Research and Training Workshop, Center for Intelligent Spatial Computing, George Mason University, July 10, 2009, Fairfax, Virginia.

GIS Based Freight Modeling System, invited speech in the Department of Urban Planning at the School of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University, June 24, 2009, Shanghai, China.

Measuring Transportation System Performance for Large Metropolitan Areas, invited speech at the Roundtable on Designing New Planning Measures of Transportation System Performance, the 2008 Joint ACSP-AESOP Conference, July. 6-11, 2008, Chicago, IL.

Economic Impact Analysis in Urban Planning: Methodology and Case Studies, presented in the Department of Urban Planning, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China, June 19, 2007 Methodology and Case Studies of Economic Impact Analysis in Urban Planning, presented in the School of Government, Peking University, Beijing, China, June 19, 2007 Economic Impacts of Natural Disasters, presented in the College of Resources Science and Technology, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China, June 18, 2007 Economic Impact Analysis in Urban Planning, presented at the Guest Professor Award Ceremony in the School of Urban Design, Wuhan University, June 6, 2007 Introduction to GIS and Economic Impacts of Stormwater Treatment, presented in Jiangxi Normal University and Hubei University as a part of Chinese Professionals in Geographic Information Science Abroad (CPGIS) Young Scholars Summit, June 26-July 4, 2005.

Commuting to jobs in Houston: 1990-2000, presented on the Research Day, Texas Southern University, April 26, 2005.

What every PAD/UPEP Students Should Know About IT, invited presentation on the Graduate Student Orientation (GSO), School of Public Affairs, Texas Southern University. August 28, 2004.

Employment subcenters in Houston 1990 – 2000, presented on the Research Day, Texas Southern University, April 28, 2004.

Regional Economic Impacts of Port Closure Under Terrorists Attack: A Case Study on the Ports in Los Angeles, invited presentation on the Home Land Security Seminar, Texas Southern University. Houston, Texas. October 2003.

Regional Freight Modeling System, invited presentation in the TransStar, Houston, Texas, Aug. 28, 2003 and in the transportation department, Houston-Galveston Council, Houston, Texas, August 12, 2003.

Freight Transportation Modeling: Methodology and Applications, invited presentations in the Los Angeles Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), Los Angeles, California. February 2002 and February 2001.

Non-survey Freight Modeling Approaches, invited presentations in the USC*Transportation and Location research Seminar, Los Angeles, California. November 2001.

(http://www.metrans.org/whatsnew/Fall%20Seminar%202001.htm) Assembling and Processing Freight Shipment Data: Developing a GIS-based Origin-Destination Matrix for Southern California Freight Flows, (with Peter Gordon) invited presentation on the METRANS’ annual meeting, Los Angeles, California. April 2001.



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