Other Research Interests

GIS can be applied to solve various real world problems, e.g., site selection using spatial multi-criteria analysis, service catchment using network analysis, and visibility analysis using viewshed analysis with digital elevation model. My research involing the use of GIS for real world problems include the followings: 3D building models, urban transportation, volunteered geographic information (VGI), natural hazards and emergency responses, historical GIS, and social network analysis.



Kim I-K, Huang J, Wang Y-C, Feng C-C, and Taylor D (accepted) Developing Geoportals and Applications for Singapore Historical GIS. Journal of Asian Network of GIS-Based Historical Analysis.

Yan Y, Feng C-C, Wang Y-C, forthcoming, Utilizing fuzzy set theory to assure the quality of volunteered geographic information. GeoJournal

Song S, Diao M, and Feng C-C, 2016, Individual transport emissions and the built environment: A structural equation modelling approach. Transportation Research Part A: Policy and Practice, 92, 206-219

Xie J and Feng C-C, 2016, An integrated simplification approach for 3D buildings with sloped and flat roofs. International Journal of Geo-Information, 5, 128

Wang Y-C, Srivathsan, A, Feng C-C, Salim A, and Shekelle M, 2013, Asian primate species richness correlates with rainfall. PLoS ONE, 8(1), e54995

Wang Y-C, Feng C-C, and Vu Duc H, 2012, Integrating multi-sensor remote sensing data for land use/cover mapping in a tropical mountainous area in northern Thailand. Geographical Research, 50(3), 320-331

Chang T-Y, Wang Y-C, Feng C-C, Ziegler A D, Giambelluca T W, and Liou Y-A, 2012, Estimation of root zone soil moisture using apparent thermal inertia with MODIS imagery over a tropical catchment in northern Thailand. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing, 5(3), 752-761

Feng C-C and Wang Y-C, 2011, Application challenges for geographic information science: Implications for emergency management in Southeast Asia. Natural Hazards, 59(1), 597-616

Terry J P and Feng C-C, 2010, On quantifying the sinuosity of typhoon tracks in the western North Pacific. Applied Geography, 30, 678-686

Mushinzimana E, Munga S, Minakawa N, Li L, Feng C-C, Bian L, Kitron U, Schmidt C, Beck L, Zhou G, Githeko A, and Yan G, 2006, Landscape determinants and remote sensing of Anopheline mosquito larval habitats in the western Kenya highlands. Malaria Journal, 5(13), DOI: 10.1186/1475-2875-5-13

(+3 publications under preparation)