Chen, Tzu-Ling

NameChen, Tzu-Ling

TitleAssistant Professor

Degree

2012-2017

Ph.D., Urban Planning, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, ROC

2007-2009

M.S., Urban Planning, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan, ROC

2003-2007

B.S., Land Economics, National Chengchi University, Taiwan, ROC

Experiences

2017.02~present

Assistant Professor in Urban Development, University of Taipei, ROC

2017.02~present

Committee Member, Spatial Planning Committee, New Taipei City Government

2017.07-12

Post-Doctoral Fellow in Urban Planning, National Cheng Kung University

2015-2016

Top University Strategic Alliance (TUSA) Visiting Student Researcher, City and Regional Planning, UC Berkeley

2009-2012

Research Assistant/Urban Planner, National Cheng Kung University

ExpertiseLand use and environmental planning, Urbanization and environmental change, Vulnerability and resilience, Spatial analysis and GIS

Office phone number886-2-2871-8288

E-mailskylight@mail2000.com.tw

Publications

<Research Papers>

1.Chen, T. L. (2019). Exploring disaster perception and adaptation features along fault zone areas after 921 Chi-Chi Earthquake. Journal of Architecture and Planning, 19(2). (Accepted)

2.Chang, H. S., Chen, T. L.*, and Cheng, H. T. (2018). Comparing the spatial patterns of earthquake disaster probability and individual risk perception: a case study of Yongkang Township in Tainan, Taiwan. Natural Hazards, 93(3), 1589-1610. (DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11069-018-3369-x) (SCI) (IF: 1.901)

3.Chen, T. L.*, and Chang, H. S. (2018). The effects of zoning regulations along fault zone areas on land development and property values after the 921 Chi-Chi Earthquake in Taiwan. Sustainability, 10, 1175. (DOI:10.3390/su10041175) (SSCI/SCI) (IF: 2.075)

4. Chen, T. L.*, and Chang, H. S. (2018). The association of land use planning and land use in earthquake risk area - a case study of Chelungpu Fault. City and Planning, 45(2), 161-185. (TSSCI)

5. Chen, T. L.*, and Lin, T. H. (2018). Exploring land use management strategy of rural areas among agricultural development areas based upon Spatial Planning. Land Issues Research Quarterly, 17(3), 54-64.

6. Chang, H. S., Chen T. L.*, and Wang, Y. L. (2017). The exploration of spatial features of building damage in 921 Chi-Chi Earthquake. Journal of Architecture, 101, 59-75. (TSSCI)

7. Chang, H. S., and Chen T. L.* (2016). Cross country analysis of land use planning on earthquake prone area. Journal of Architecture & Planning, 17(2/3), 137-152.

8. Chang, H. S., and Chen T. L.* (2016). Spatial heterogeneity of local flood vulnerability indicators within flood-prone areas in Taiwan. Environmental Earth Science, 75(23), 1-14. (DOI: 10.1007/s12665-016-6294-x) (SCI) (IF: 1.569)

9. Chang, H. S., and Chen, T. L.* (2016). Explore energy consumption feature of urban spatial pattern and open green space. 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering (SEEE).(EI)

10. Chang, H. S., Wang, C. F. and Chen T. L.* (2016). A research of the urban compactness on transportation energy consumption. City and Planning, 43(2), 115-142. (DOI: 10.6128/CP.43.2.115) (TSSCI)

11. Chang, H. S., and Chen T. L.* (2016). Examine sustainable urban space based on compact city concept. Global Journal Human-Social Science (B), 16(4), 2-12

12. Chang, H. S. and Chen, T. L.* (2015). Decision making on allocating urban green spaces based upon spatially-varying relationships between urban green spaces and urban compaction degree. Sustainability, 7, 13399-13415. (DOI: 10.3390/su71013399) (SSCI) (IF: 1.789)

13. Chang, H. S., Hsu, Y, C. and Chen, T. L.* (2015). Environmental benefit subsidy impact on farmland use change. Journal of Geographical Science, 78, 63-88. (DOI: 10.6161/jgs.2015.78.04) (TSSCI)

14. Chang, H. S. and Chen, T. L.* (2015). Exploring spatial patterns of farmland transactions and farmland use changes. Environmental Monitoring Assessment, 187, 596-610. (DOI: 10.1007/s10661-015-4825-7) (SCI) (IF: 1.687)

15.   Chang, H. S., Kuo, T. T. and Chen, T. L.* (2014). The research of urban spatial development feature from carbon neutral perspective - A case study on Taiwan cities. Journal of Architecture, 87, 137-157. (TSSCI)

16.   Chang, H. S. and Chen T. L.* (2014). Exploring spatial plans of low carbon cities for global climate change. Humanities and Social Sciences Messages, 15 (2), 33-41.

17.   Chang, H. S., Chen, T. L.* and Chen P. C. (2013). Explore the spatial relationship between farmland use changes and farmland transactions. Journal of Architecture and Planning, 14 (2/3), 165-181.

18.   Chang, H. S. and Chen T. L.* and Wang, C. F. (2013). Explore impacts of urban compactness on energy consumption. Applied Mechanics and Materials, 260-261, 46-49. (EI)

<Conference Papers>

1. Chen, T. L. How zoning regulations along the fault zone areas impact on land use and property value after serious earthquake disaster. The AESOP Congress. Gothenburg, Sweden. (July 10-14, 2018) (Oral presentation)

2. Chang, H. S., and Chen, T. L. Increase resilience in right community under potential earthquake risk, 53rd ISOCARP Congress: Smart Communities. Portland, USA. (Oct. 24-27, 2017)

3. Chen, T. L., and Chang, H. S. Exploring adaptive behaviors in earthquake disaster risk area based on land use planning perspective, 25th Pacific Conference of the RSAI. Tainan, Taiwan ROC. (May 17-20, 2017) (Oral presentation)

4. Chen, T. L. An urban development opportunity along the earthquake based on land use perspective - A case study of Chi-Chi earthquake in Taiwan, IEAS Winter Doctoral Workshop in Asian Studies. Berkeley, USA. (Jan. 19-22, 2016) (Oral presentation)

5. Chang, H. S., and Chen, T. L. Exploring the spatial association of local vulnerability: A case study of flood-prone areas, 21st Annual ISDRS Conference. Geelong, Australia. (July 10-12, 2015)

6. Chen, T. L., and Chang, H. S. Spatial variation in the relationships between urban compactness and urban green spaces. The AESOP Congress. Utrecht, Netherlands. (July 15-19, 2014) (Oral presentation)

7. Chen, T.L. and Chang, H. S. The influence of building farmhouse to land use from sustainable development aspect. The 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Future for Human Security - SUSTAIN 2011, Kyoto, Japan. (Oct. 9-10, 2011) (Oral presentation)

Research Projects

2017

Agricultural Resource Spatial Planning, Tainan City Government, Taiwan ROC

Co-principal investigator

2017

Agricultural Resource Spatial Planning, Chiayi County Government, Taiwan ROC

Co-principal investigator

 

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