Dr Sun, Guibo 孫貴博
I am a Research Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Architecture at the University of Hong Kong. My research focuses on the relationships between built environment and health. My recent work includes a series of studies on the integration of urban rail transit and walking environment in Chinese cities. I am also working on the measurement of high-dense built environment in Hong Kong for health studies. My current NSFC project is a ‘natural experiment’ of urban rail infrastructure and active travel in Nanchang, which is a medium-sized city of China. I received my Ph.D. in Geoinformation Science from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (2014).
|Awardees||Award Date||Honours / Awards / Prizes||Category|
|2021-01-01||has been awarded with a NSFC (gernearl program), “Pricing urban design in the walking catchment of metro stations”: NSFC (General Program)||Research Achievement|
|2021-01-01||have been awarded with a RGC/DAAD grant, “Intercultural perspectives for understanding how people experience everyday space and place.": RGC Germany/ Hong Kong Joint Research Scheme||Research Achievement|
|2019-05-01||RTPI Awards for Research Excellence Winnier 2019, Early Career Academic Award, presented to Dr. Guibo Sun for his work with Professor Chris Webster and Xiaohu Zhang (University of Hong Kong) on 'Connecting the city: A three-dimensional pedestrian network of Hong Kong': Royal Town Planning Institute||Research Achievement|
|2019-05-01||RTPI Awards for Research Excellence Winnier 2019, Commendation for highest scoring entry across all categories, presented to Dr. Guibo Sun for work with Professor Chris Webster and Xiaohu Zhang (University of Hong Kong) on 'Connecting the city: A three-dimensional pedestrian network of Hong Kong': Royal Town Planning Institute||Research Achievement|
|2016-10-01||Walk21HK CityTech Awards: CityTech Awards Innovation for Walking, Internet Society Hong Kong (ISOC HK) and Civic Exchange||Others|
|Spoken Language(s) (EN)||Spoken Language(s) (ZH)|
|Written Language(s) (EN)||Written Language(s) (ZH)|
Are You Missing Publications, Invited Lectures? Click Me.