Spatial Planning
Urban Modelling
Data Analytics
Digital Cities

An interdisciplinary research group at Department of Land Economy, University of Cambridge

Group Members

Dr. Li Wan

Qiancheng Wang


Qian-Cheng is a PhD candidate in Land Economy, specialising in human-environment interaction and activity-driven sustainable urban development. His current research focuses on developing an activity-based model to quantify the environmental impacts of alternative urban spatial planning strategies in city regions. Prior to pursuing his PhD, Qian-Cheng earned an MPhil in Architecture and Urban Studies (Cantab) and a BSc in Building Engineering and Management with a Minor in Applied Mathematics (PolyU). Qian-Cheng has published over 20 peer-reviewed journal and conference papers. He also actively contributes to the academic community, serving as a reviewer for over 30 peer-reviewed journals in his field.

Research Topic

Developing a New Spatial Equilibrium Model for quantifying the Energy Impacts of Alternative Urban Spatial Planning Strategies for Fast-growing City Regions: A Case Study of Greater Beijing, China

Research Interest

Urban Land-Use and Transport