Researcher

Mr Jin Zhu

I am currently a final-year PhD Candidate and researcher at City Futures Research Centre, Faculty of the Built Environment, UNSW. My ongoing doctoral thesis, supervised by Professor Hal Pawson, A/Professors Hoon Han and Bingqin Li, explores how the pro-growth planning regime has affected housing outcomes in urbanising China. Prior to my position in UNSW, I worked as a planning consultant in Shanghai and engaged in many strategic plans. I received Bachelor of Engineering (Planning) and Master of Engineering (Planning, by Research) from Zhejiang and Tongji Universities in China. I started to participate in ARC and AHURI projects led by City Futures senior staff in early 2019. My expertise in ArcGIS, Table Builders and other quantitative skills adequately assist the teamwork. As an early career researcher, I have already succeeded in publishing as a lead author in Q1 journals like Housing Studies, Habitat International, Environment and Urbanisation, Land Use Policy, Urban Forestry and Urban Greening, in addition to previously extensive publications in Chinese planning journals.

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My Qualifications

  • PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • M.Eng in Town and Country Planning (by Research), Tongji University, China
  • B. Eng in Urban Planning, Zhejiang University, China

My Teaching

Semester 1, 2017: BEIL0010 Creating Value for Built Environment Clients

Semester 2, 2017: PLAN1006 Planning Techniques and Analysis & BEIL0008 Design Project Management: From Vision to Reality

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My Qualifications

  • PhD Candidate, University of New South Wales, Australia
  • M.Eng in Town and Country Planning (by Research), Tongji University, China
  • B. Eng in Urban Planning, Zhejiang University, China

My Teaching

Semester 1, 2017: BEIL0010 Creating Value for Built Environment Clients

Semester 2, 2017: PLAN1006 Planning Techniques and Analysis & BEIL0008 Design Project Management: From Vision to Reality

Semester 1, 2018: BEIL0010 Creating Value for Built Environment Clients

Semester 2, 2018: PLAN2007 City Building: Transport and Infrastructure

Semester 1, 2019: PLAN7145 City Building - Infrastructure 

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Location

Red Centre West Wing

Contact

+61 2 93855264