Assoc. Prof. Shaopeng Zhong,Dalian University of Technology,China
Dr. Shaopeng Zhong is an associate professor in School of Transportation and Logistics at Dalian University of Technology. In 2005, he received his bachelor's degree in transportation engineering from Harbin Institute of Technology, China. In 2010, he obtained his doctorate from Southeast University, China. He is a visiting scholar in urban and regional planning at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (2008-2010). He is a guest professor at Technical University of Denmark (2017-2018). He has more than 20 years of professional experience in the field of sustainable urban planning and transportation planning, land use and transportation integration modeling, road congestion pricing, logic-driven transport big data analysis, emergency logistics, and shared autonomous mobility. He has written and published four books and more than thirty scientific papers in the top journals in the field of transportation planning, such as Transportation Research Part A, C, and E, European Journal of Operational Research, Journal of Transport Geography, Computers, Environment and Urban Systems, Journal of Transport & Health, Journal of Transport and Land Use, and Journal of Transportation Engineering. He is a member of the Youth Expert Committee of China Intelligent Transportation Systems Association and a member of the Intelligent Transportation Professional Committee of China artificial intelligence society. He is the guest editor of Journal of Transport and Land Use and Journal of Advanced Transportation, editorial board member of Transportation Letters, Transportation Management, Journal of Civil Engineering Inter Disciplinaries, and Frontiers in Future Transportation. He is the chairman of the traffic behavior investigation and analysis technical committee of the World Transport Convention. He is the organizing committee and scientific committee of seven international conferences, such as the International Workshop on Integrated Land Use and Transport Modeling (ILUTM), 6th International Symposium on Travel Demand Management (TDM), Transportation Research Congress (TRC), etc.