Huang, Jianxiang 黃健翔
|2010-Pre.||American Institute of Certified Planners||AICP (Certified Planner)|
|2013||Harvard University||Doctor of Design, Sustainability|
|2010-Pre.||United States Green Building Council||LEED AP|
|2007||Massachusetts Institute of Technology||Master in City Planning|
|2003||Tsinghua University||Bachelor of Architecture|
Jianxiang Huang is an assistant professor in the Department of Urban Planning and Design at the University of Hong Kong. His primary interest is sustainable design, and he emphasizes the shaping of cities to meet the challenges in the contemporary era, i.e., density, climate change, resource constraints, health and the quality of life. His research focuses on the impact of dense cities on microclimate and thermal comfort, and he is the author of CityComfort+, a computer simulation tool that is uniquely equipped to assess annual-hourly human comfort at micro-scale. Huang holds a Doctor of Design from Harvard University, a Master in City Planning from MIT, a M.Arch and a B.Arch from Tsinghua University.
Professionally, Huang worked on scores of national and international projects including the post-flood neighborhood plan in Cedar Rapids, the master plan for the University of Maine, and the design of sports facilities for 2008 Beijing Olympics Games. He is a LEED accredited professional, a member of the American Institute of Certified Planners (AICP), and a member of the board of directors of the International Association of China Planning (IACP). Huang is the recipient of awards from the Society of College and University Planning (SCUP), International Downtown Association (IDA), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and the Boston Society of Architects (BSA).
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