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Dr

Runing Ye

Mckenzie Post Doctoral Research Fellow
Architecture, Building And Planning
science & technology
transportation
technology
impact
transportation science & technology
built environment
land-use
residential self-selection
land uses
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Dr

Runing Ye

 
Division
Architecture, Building And Planning
 
Primary Interest
Chinese cities
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Dr

Runing Ye

 

Dr. Runing Ye is a McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellowships researcher in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the University of Melbourne. Before she joined the University of Melbourne, she received her Ph.D. in transport studies from University College London, UK and her master degree in Human Geography from Peking University, China.

Her research primarily focuses on the relationships between built environment, travel behavior, wellbeing and social equity. Her work aims to inform urban policies to promote equitable and healthy urban environments. Dr. Ye has researched land use, transport poverty, funded by Lincoln institution of land policy, Joseph Rowntree Foundation, and The Royal Geographical Society (with IBG) Hong Kong Research Grant.

Scholarly Works

Displaying the 8 most recent scholarly works by Runing Ye.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2013

Hong Kong Research Grant

Royal Geographical Society (U.K.)

2011

Graduate Research Scholarships (GRS)

University College London (U.K.)

2006

Thesis writing fellowships

Lincoln Institute of Land Policy (U.S.)

2017

Mckenzie Postdoctoral Fellowship


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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Mckenzie Post Doctoral Research Fellow

Architecture, Building And Planning

Member

International Professional Association for Transport & Health (IPATH)

Oxford Leadership Programme:Global Challenges In Transport

University of Oxford

Aag Member

American association of Geographers

Wctr Member

World Conference on Transport Research

Education


Doctorate

University College London

MS

Peking University

BA

Chang'an University