Wu, Jie Ying

NameJie-Ying Wu

TitleAssociate Professor

Degree

1.    Ph.D, Texas A&M University (2003)

2.    M.S., National Taiwan University (1995)

3.    B.S., National Cheng-Keng University (1993)

Experiences

1.    Director, Dept. of Urban Planning and Disaster Management, Ming-Chuan University, 2013.8-2016.1

2.    Assistant and Associate Professor, Dept. of Urban Planning and Disaster Management, Ming-Chuan University, 2003.8-2016.1

3.    Committee Member, Urban Design Review Committee, Taipei City Government. 2016.8- present

4.    Committee Member, Urban Renewal Review Committee, Keelung City Government. 2015.3- present

5.    Committee Member, Regional Planning Review Committee, Keelung City Government. 2015.3- present

6.    Committee Member, Disaster Presentation and Reduction Experts’ Consulting Committee, Taipei City Government. 2009.7- present

7.    Director, Disaster Management Society of Taiwan. 2014.12- present

8.    Secretary General, Disaster Management Society of Taiwan. 2012.12- 2014.12

9.    Director, Chinese Regional Science Associate-Taiwan. 2010.8- 2014.12

10.      Committee Member, Disaster Presentation and Reduction Experts’ Consulting Committee, Hsinchu County Government. 2011.12- present

11.      Committee Member, Agriculture Land Spatial Planning Experts’ Consulting Committee, Taoyuan County Government. 2010.1- 2011.12

12.      Committee Member, Urban Planning Review Committee, Pate Township Government. 2011.12- present

13.      Committee Member, Disaster Presentation and Reduction Experts’ Consulting Committee, New Taipei City Government. 2008.1- 2012.12

14.      Research Associate, Hazard Reduction and Recovery Center, Texas A&M University. 1999.9-2003.7

15.    Urban Planner/ Project Manager, THI International Consultant. 1997.7-1999.7

Expertise

Urban Planning

Urban Disaster Reduction

Environmental Behavior and Planning

Urban Renewal

Climate Change Adaptation Planning

Office phone number02-2871-8288#7051

E-mailpaulwu@go.utaipei.edu.tw

Publications

1.    Min-Hui Tseng, Jie-Ying Wu* (Accept), Exploring Risk Communication Categories in Community-Based Flood Management Project, Journal of Disaster Management. (* Corresponding author)

2.    Chien-Jung Chen, Jie-Ying Wu *, Wen-Yen Lin, Jiann-Horng Lin (2014) Urban Flood Vulnerability Factors and the Strategies for Urban Planning, Journal of Architecture, No.89, pp75-92. (TSSCI) (* Corresponding author)

3.    Jie-Ying Wu* and Yu-Shiang Huang (2011) The Establishment of Vulnerability Evaluation Indexes: The Case in Shuili Township, Nantou, City and Planning. Vol. 38, No. 2, pp195-218(TSSCI) (* Corresponding author)

4.    Jen-Te Pai, Jie-Ying Wu, Bing-Shu Lai, Kuan-Hua Huang (2011) A Study on the Influence Factors of the Mobility- Disadvantage Group Evacuation Decision-making in Debris Flow Vulnerable Area, Journal of Architecture and Planning, Vol. 11, No.1 pp35-51.

5.    Chien-Jung Chen, Jie-Ying Wu* (2011) The Establishment of the Assessment System for Disaster Risk under Climate Change, Journal of Architecture, No.75, pp43-60. (TSSCI) (* Corresponding author)

6.    Jie-Ying Wu*,Yu-Sheng Lee (2010) Applying Non-structural Mitigation Measures to Space Planning and Management, Journal of Architecture, No.72, pp169-186. (TSSCI) (* Corresponding author)

7.    Jie-Ying Wu, The Comparative Study of Residential Evacuation Decision and Behavior for the Vulnerable Debris Flow Areas, Journal of Slopeland Hazard Prevention, Vol. 8, No. 1, pp1-14.

8.    Jie-Ying Wu*, Yi-Jin Chiang (2008) The Development and Analysis on Natural Disaster Statistics Index System in Taiwan, Journal of Geography, No. 51, pp65-84. (TSSCI) (* Corresponding author)

9.    Liang-Chun Chen, Jie-Ying Wu*, Yi-Chung Liu, I-Hwa Lee (2007) A Study of Residential Evacuation Behavior and Decision-making in Debris Flow Vulnerable Area: The Case of Typhoon Talim, Journal of Chinese Soil and Water Conservation, Vol. 38, No.4, pp325-340. (* Corresponding author)

10.    Jie-Ying Wu*, Li-Yu Kung (2007) A study on the of Community Based Disaster Management. Journal of Community Development, No. 116, pp213-231. (* Corresponding author)    

11.      Jie-Ying Wu*, Jr-Shiung Tszeng (2007) An Analysis of the Urban Renewal Condominium Housing Reconstruction after the 921 Earthquake, Journal of Architecture and Planning, Vol. 7, No.2 pp1-19.

12.      Jie-Ying Wu*, Chun-Fa Cheng, Kuo-Tai Cheng (2006) Considering Mitigation Concept on Hazards Reduction Planning for the Urban Planning Review: the Case of Danhai New Town Specific District, Environment and World, No.14, pp70-92. (* Corresponding author)

13.      Liang-Chung Chen, Jie-Ying Wu*, and Mei-Ju Lai (2006) The Evolution of the Natural Disaster Management System in Taiwan. Journal of the Chinese Institute of Engineers, Vol, 24, No.4, July 2006, pp633-pp639. (SCI)EI (* Corresponding author)

14.      Jie Ying Wu and Michael K. Lindell (2004) Housing Reconstruction after Two Major Earthquakes: The 1994 Northridge Earthquake in the United States and the 1999 Chi-chi Earthquake in Taiwan. Disasters, Vol. 28, issue 1, March 2004, pp63- pp81. (SSCI)

15.    Carla Prater and Jie-Ying Wu (2002)The Politics of Emergency Response and Recovery: Preliminary Observations on Taiwan’s 921 Earthquake. Australian Journal of Emergency Management, Vol. 17, number 3, winter 2002. pp 48-pp59.

16.      Jie-Ying Wu (2016) Planning for Disaster Resilience: The Evolution and Challenges of Urban planning in Taiwan, 17th International Planning History Society Conference Proceedings, Delft, Nederland.

17.      Jie-Ying Wu, Kuo-Hao Weng, Jin-Cheng Fu (2015) “A Study of Flooding Detention Space Efficiency in Different Landuse: the Case in Zhoushui River Downstream Catchment in Taiwan”. International Conference on Flood Recovery, Innovation and Response, Istanbul, Turkey.

18.      Jie-Ying Wu (2014) Recovery Experiences after Two Major Disasters, proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Urban Disaster Reduction. Boulder, Colorado, USA. October, 2014.

19.      Jie-Ying Wu (2012) “Risk Communication and Evacuation Decision Making: The Case of Residents in Debris Flow Vulnerable Area in Taiwan”, Proceedings of 4th International Disaster and Risk Conference IDRC Davos 2012, Zurich, Switzerland. August, 2012.

20.      Liang-Chun Chen, Jie-Ying Wu, Jen-Te Pai, Hung-Chih Hung, and Shih-Liang Chan (2011) “A study of vulnerability assessment and the links to spatial planning and management”, Proceedings of the 2011 IHDP International Conference on "Industrial Transformation, Urbanization, and Human Security in the Asia-Pacific”, Taipei, Taiwan. January, 2011.

21.      Jie-Ying Wu (2010) “The Disaster Risk Assessment System under Climate in Taiwan”, presented in the Interdisciplinary CODATA Workshop on RISK Model and Application, Berlin, Germany. August, 2010.

22.      Liang-Chun Chen, Chong-Chieh Cheng, Shiuan-Feng Hung, Jie-Ying Wu (2010) “Comparison of Different Stakeholders’ Cognition to Vulnerability indicators: A Study at Community Level”, presented in the 35th Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop, Broomfield, Colorado. July, 2010.

23.      Jie-Ying Wu (2009) “Reviews and Suggestions on the Applications of Hazard Mitigation Measures for Spatial Planning in Taiwan”, Proceedings of International Conference in Commemoration of the 10th Anniversary of the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake. Taipei, Taiwan. Sep., 2009.

24.      Jie-Ying Wu (2009) “Fostering Community Resilience: Taiwan’s Community-Based Strategy for Disaster Reduction” , presented in the 34th Annual Natural Hazards Research and Applications Workshop, Broomfield, Colorado. July, 2009.

25.      Jie-Ying Wu, Jen-Te Pai, (2008) “Evacuation Decision Making and Behavior between Residents and Mobility-Disadvantaged Groups in Debris Flow Vulnerable Area”, Proceedings of Boulder Researcher Meeting, Boulder, Colorado. July, 2008.

26.      Jie-Ying Wu, Liang-Chung Chen, Sawyer Mars (2007) “Residential and Governmental Evacuation Decision-making in Debris Flow Vulnerable Area: The Case in Taiwan”, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Urban Disaster Reduction, Taipei, Taiwan. Nov, 2007.

27.      Liang-Chun Chen, Jie-Ying Wu, Yi-Chung Liu, Jr-Shiung Tszeng (2007) ”Review on the Multi-family Housing Reconstruction after Taiwan 921 Earthquake”, Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Urban Disaster Reduction, Taipei, Taiwan. Nov, 2007.

28.      Jie-Ying Wu, Liang-Chun Chen, Yi-Chung Liu, Jr-Shiung Tszeng (2007) “The Relationship between Post-disaster Condominium Housing Reconstruction Speed and Households Characteristics”, Proceedings of Boulder Researcher Meeting, Boulder, Colorado. July, 2007.

29.      Liang-Chun Chen, Jie-Ying Wu, Yi-Chung Liu, Sung-Ying Chien (2007) “Condominium Housing Reconstruction Issues and Policies after Taiwan 921 Earthquake”, Proceedings of Boulder Researcher Meeting, Boulder, Colorado, July, 2007.

30.      Jie-Ying Wu (2005) “Community Characteristics and Condominium Housing Reconstruction: A case Study of Taichung County in Taiwan after 921 Earthquake”, presented at Hazards and Disasters Researcher Meeting, Boulder: CO, July, 2005.

31.      Jie-Ying Wu, Liang-Chun Chen and Yi-Chung Liu (2004) “ A Compare Study of Community Base Disaster Management in the US, Japan and Taiwan”, Proceedings of International Conference in Commemorational of 5th Anniversary of the 1999 Chi-Chi Earthquake. Taipei, Taiwan. September 2004.

32.      Michael Lindell, Carla Prater, Ronald Perry, and Jie-Ying Wu. (2002) ”Recent Developments in Hurricane Evacuation Time Estimation.” Proceedings of the US/Taiwan Workshop on National Disaster Reduction. Maryland, USA. July, 2002. pp. 12-1 - 12-8.

33.    Jie-Ying Wu (2002) “Housing Reconstruction after Taiwanese 921 Earthquake: Two and Half Years Later”, presented at 27th Annual Hazards Research and Applications Workshop. Boulder: CO, USA, June 2002.

Research Projects

1.        Liang-Chun Chen, Jie-Ying Wu, Omi Weila, Wei-Lian Lin (2016) Establishing Resilient Tribe for Climate Change: the Empowering Action Plan in Lahaw, Wulai, New Taipei City. Soil and Water Conservation Burea. (Co-project Investigator)

2.        Jie-Ying Wu (2015) Risk Communication on Disaster Adaptations in the River Basin Areas under Climate Change: the Cases of Households and Communities in the Keelung River Casin II . Ministery of Science and Telchnology. (Project Investigator)

3.        Jie-Ying Wu (2015) Response for the Compounded Disasters. The Taiwan Knowledge Tank. (Project Investigator)

4.        Ming-Chin Ho, Jie-Ying Wu (2015) The Spatial Planning Guildance for Urban Diaster Reduction. Architecture and Buidling Research Institute, Ministry of Interior. (Co-project Investigator)

5.        Jie-Ying Wu (2014) Risk Communication on Disaster Adaptations in the River Basin Areas under Climate Change: the Cases of Households and Communities in the Keelung River Casin I . Ministery of Science and Telchnology. (Project Investigator)

6.        Ming-Chin Ho, Jie-Ying Wu (2014) A Review Study on the Effective of Spatial Planning Guildance for Urban Diaster Reduction. Architecture and Buidling Research Institute, Ministry of Interior. (Co-project Investigator)

7.        Jie-Ying Wu (2013) The Assessment and Construction of Community and Household Resilience in Landslide Area II . Ministery of Science and Telchnology. (Project Investigator)

8.        Jie-Ying Wu (2012) The Assessment and Construction of Community and Household Resilience in Landslide Area I . Ministery of Science and Telchnology. (Project Investigator)

9.        Jie-Ying Wu (2011) Risk Communication and Stakeholers' Recognition of Hazard Warning in Environmental Vulnerability Area: The Case of Residents' Recognition and Debris Flows Warning. Ministery of Science and Telchnology. (Project Investigator)

10.    Chien-Jung Chen and Jie-Ying Wu (2010) A study on Urban Flood Vulnerability Analysis and Risk Maps. Architecture and Buidling Research Institute, Ministry of Interior. (Co-project Investigator)

11.    Yu-Sheng Lee and Jie-Ying Wu (2009) The Application of Hazards Vulnerability Analysis on Spatial Planning and Management. Architecture and Buidling Research Institute, Ministry of Interior. (Co-project Investigator)

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