Visiting scholar from Harbin Insti of Technology researching residential satisfaction at HHH

The Humphrey School is pleased to welcome Mr. Xian Ji, a visiting scholar from Harbin Institute of Technology researching residential satisfaction assessment.  ian Ji is a Ph.D. candidate in Landscape Architecture at School of Architecture, Harbin Institute of Technology, Heilongjiang Province in China.

Xian Ji’s research topic is conservation and renewal of urban historical district basing on environmental satisfaction assessment. In the context of building up livable cities, his Ph.D. project tries to apply the theory and method of satisfaction evaluation in heritage conservation and renewal field as the link between physical environment and subject well-being, in order to solve the contradiction between urban heritage protection and re-development.

Xian will be in residence at the Humphrey School from August 2017 to July 2018 and his faculty mentor is Prof. Jason Cao.

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