«CURRICULUM VITAE QISHENG PAN, Ph.D. Professor and Chair Department of Urban Planning and Environmental Policy Texas Southern University, Houston, TX ...»
Four Dimensional Freight O-D Matrix, (with Peter Gordon) invited presentation on the METRANS’ annual meeting, Los Angeles, California. May 2000.
TEACHING INTERESTSQuantitative Methods GIS Techniques and Applications in Planning Urban Transportation Planning and Modeling Land Use and Transportation
Urban Transportation Planning & Management (lab) Fall 1999 (All are graduate level classes)
PROFESSIONAL SERVICEPaper reviews for Journal of Planning Education and Research, Journal of Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Journal of Transportation Research Record, Journal of Transportation Research E, Journal of Transportation Engineering, and Journal of Hazardous Materials, Growth and Change.
Books reviews for the Handbook of Transport Geography and Spatial Systems, Methods and Models in Transport and Telecommunications: Cross Atlantic Perspectives.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION AND MEMBERSHIP
ACADEMIC SERVICEInterim Chair of Rank, Tenure, Promotion and Salary Committee, Texas Southern University (TSU), 2009 – 2010 Member of Rank, Tenure, Promotion and Salary Committee, TSU, 2008 - 2009 Graduate faculty, Graduate School, TSU, Fall 2003 - current Information Technology Committee, TSU, Spring 2004 - current TSU Student Affairs and Service Committee Member for the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS/COC), August 2007-2008 Academic Integrity Subcommittee of the National Athletics Association (NCAA) Self Study, TSU, 2005-2006 Technology Committee Chair, School of Public Affairs, TSU, Summer, 2003-current Research Committee member, School of Public Affairs, TSU, Summer, 2003-2004 Building Committee member, School of Public Affairs, TSU, Summer, 2003-current Admissions Committee member, School of Public Affairs, TSU, Summer, 2003-current Faculty Search Committee member, School of Public Affairs, TSU, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009.
GIS Committee executive member, School of Public Affairs, TSU, Summer, 2003-current
HONORS AND AWARDS2008 Scholarship Recognition Award, School of Public Affairs, Texas Southern University 1998-2001 Irvine Research Assistantships, School of Policy, Planning and Development, USC 1995 Excellent Graduate Thesis, Peking University 1993-1994 Guanhua Scholarship, Peking University 1992-1993 Guanhua Scholarship, Peking University 1992 Excellent Undergraduate Thesis, Peking University 1990-1991 Excellent Student Award, Peking University 1989-1990 Excellent Student Award, Peking University
DEVELOPED PLANNING MODELING PACKAGESFreight Modeling Package for ARGOS (2005-2007): An updated and portable version of Southern California Freight Transportation Model for freight transportation planning in large metropolitan area. The package is coded in C and runs as command-line language, which allows it to be called by either windows-based or web-based programs.
Southern California Planning Model (SCPM) 2005 (2005-2007): An integrated system to estimate economic impacts of regional events and activities and endogenize traffic flows by including an explicit representation of the regional highway network. It was developed on Visual C++ 6.0 platform.
Southern California Freight Transportation Model (2002): A software package for freight transportation modeling. It includes three modules: freight trip generation, freight trip distribution, and freight trip assignment. Some special modeling approaches like feedback loop, combined distribution and assignment method, etc. are implemented. This software package was