Associate Director, Zhejiang University
Yonghua Li, PhD
Address: College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University China
Phone: 0086 13750807111 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Associate Professor, College of Civil Engineering and Architecture, Zhejiang University China, China 2011 ~ now
Vice Director, Center of Landscape Architecture Planning and Design, Zhejiang University, 04/2014 ~ now
Urban Resilience and Ecological Wisdom; Landscape Ecological Planning,
Green Infrastructure; Urban Growth Management
•Associate Professor in Urban and Regional Planning, Zhejiang University, China, 12/2011 - present
•Lecture in Urban and Regional Planning, Zhejiang University, China, 06/2002 - 11/2011
•Visiting Scholar, UC Berkeley, American, 07/2015 -08/2016
•Visiting Scholar, Institute for Ecosystem Research, Kiel University, Germany, 04/2008 - 10/2008
•Landscape Designer, Bureau of Landscape Architecture, Lianyungang, China, 08/1996 - 09/1999
Honors and Awards
•2nd Prize, 2011 National Outstanding Urban and Rural Planning and Design Award, Urban Planning Society of China, 06/2012.
•1st Prize, 2011 Zhejiang Outstanding Urban and Rural Planning and Design Award, Zhejiang Province, 12/2011.
•2nd Prize, 2010 Hangzhou Outstanding Urban and Rural Planning and Design Award, Urban Planning Society of China, 11/2010.
•3rd Prize, the 6th Chinese Urban Planning Society Youth Article Award, Urban Planning Society of China, 09/2011.
PhD, Architecture, Zhejiang University, Zhejiang, China, 2007-2011.
M.S., Urban Planning, Nanjing Forestry University, Nanjing, China, 1999-2002.
B.S., Landscape Architecture, Nanjing Forestry University, Guilin, China, 1992-1996.
Participated in the following research projects as PI or Co-PI.
•Research on urban growth management. Study on planning support system of urban development boundary of small and medium-sized cities in Yangtze River Delta based on GIA-LEAM (Grant No.51578483) .PI. Supported by National Science Foundation of
China (NSFC), 01/2016~12/2019.
•Research on green infrastructure. Study on the growth boundary of small and medium-sized cities in the Yangtze River delta region based on the evaluation of green infrastructure (Grant No.50978225). PI. Supported by National Science Foundation of China (NSFC), 01/2010~12/2012.
•The establishment and suitability of management and policy tools for green infrastructure guided space growth of urban and rural areas in Zhejiang province (Grant No. 10CGYD55YBQ).PI. Funded by Zhejiang Humanities and Social Science Foundation. 09/2010- 12/2012.
•Landscape evolution and development with urban-rural integration during the transition period: a study of Zhejiang northern village (Grant No. 09CGYD045YBQ). PI. Funded by Zhejiang Humanities and Social Science Foundation. 09/2009- 11/2011.
•Study on the construction mode of villagers under the perspective of villager subject in Jiangsu and Zhejiang area (Grant No. 51178410).Co-PI. Supported by Major Program of National Natural Science Foundation of China, 01/2012-12/2015.
•Space planning strategy of low carbon cities (Grant No.10YJCZH115).Co-PI. Funded by Humanities and social science foundation of the ministry of education of China. 01/2011- 12/2013.
•The low carbon rural residential environment construction system in the Yangtze river delta region (Grant No.51238011).Co-PI. Funded by National Science Foundation of China, 01/2013-12/2018.
•A prospective study on the planning and construction for Garden and Shanshui City in Hangzhou. PI. Founder by Hangzhou Decision-making Advisory Committee, 04/2015-10/2015.
•Study on the delimitation of urban growth boundary in Hangzhou. PI. Founder by Zhejiang Urban-Rural Planning and Design Research Institute, 07/2015-07/2016.
Landscape Ecological Planning; Plant Establishment.
Landscape Ecological Planning.
Theory and method of urban planning.
1.Yan Li, Haoying Han, Yonghua Li. Modeling of urban growth boundary based on spatial conservation prioritization. Urban studies, 2016. (Accepted).
2.Qiwei Ma, Yonghua Li*, Xueyi Fan. The Green Spatial Accessibility from the View of Aging Population: A Case Study of Hangzhou. Economic Geography, 2016, 2: 95-101+116.(*: Correspondence Author)
3.Li Yonghua, Fu Xiao, Ma Qiwei. A Study on Low-Carbon Rural Landscape Optimization Strategy Based on Green Infrastructure Assessment. Journal of Human Settlements in West China, 2015, 2: 11-14.
4.Yonghua. Li, Method of Determining Urban Growth Boundary form the View of Ecology: A Case Study of Hangzhou. City Planning Review,2011,12, 83-90.
5.Yonghua Li,Jiwu Wang,Zhu Wang, Discussion on North American Experiences about Linear Open Space Planning and Management. Urban Planning International 2011,4, 85-90.
6.Yonghua Li, Zhu Wang, Green Track - the Review and Implication of Open Space Protection in North American Metropolises. Economic Geography,2010,12, 2073-2079.
7.Yonghua Li, Zhu Wang, The Review and Implication of Maryland's Greenprint Program. Architectural Journal, 2010,4, 26-32.
8.Yonghua Li, Yaliang Xiang, Rethinking of Architectural Heritage Protection Planning in Ecological Sensitive Area - With Zhejiang University Site as the Example. Resource and Environment in the Yangtze Basin, 2010,4, 414-420.
9.Yonghua Li, Yaliang Xiang, Planning for Architectural Heritage Protection in the Perspective of Mixed Heritage. Chinese Landscape Architecture, 2010, 2, 42-46.
Yonghua Li, The Establishment of Urban Growth Boundary Research Path. Technique. Method [M]. China Architecture & Building Press, 2014, April
•Vice Director, Center of Landscape Architecture Planning and Design, Zhejiang University, 04/2014 ~ now
•Committee Member, Urban Ecological Planning Committee of Urban Planning Society of China, 06/2011 ~ now
•Panel Reviewer, Engineering & Materials Program of National Science Foundation of China, 05/2011 ~ now
Key research Interests: Urban Resilience and Ecological Wisdom; Landscape Ecological Planning, Green Infrastructure; Urban Growth Management