Hongmian Gong

龚红棉

Academic Background

Research and Teaching Interests

Recent Projects and Grants

Courses

Publications


 

Professor

 

http://www.geo.hunter.cuny.edu/~hgong/picture.jpgPhone: (212) 772-4658

Fax: (212) 772-5268
Office: HN 1050

Email: gong@hunter.cuny.edu


Mailing Address:

Department of Geography

Hunter College of the City University of New York

695 Park Avenue

New York, NY 10065


Academic Background:

Ph.D., 1997, University of Georgia, Geography

M.A., 1993, University of Akron, Urban Studies

M.S., 1987, Sun Yat-sen University, China, Geography

B.S., 1984, Sun Yat-sen University, China, Geography


Research and Teaching Interests:

Urban Geography, GIS, Transportation


Recent Projects and Grants:

My Statement on Lerone Savage’s unauthorized use of our project information for his thesis entitled “Travel Mode Detection in New York City Using Smartphones and Geographic Information Systems (GIS)“ (https://academicworks.cuny.edu/hc_sas_etds/231/)

2015   PI, Developing GIS-T in the Geography Curriculum at Hunter College, U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

 

2014   PI, Integrating Real-time GIS and Social Media for Qualitative Transportation Data Collection. U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

 

2013   Co-I, Enhancing Hong Kong's Future as a Leading International Financial Centre, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong.

 

2013   GPS for Transportation Symposium (program and videos), Hunter College Roosevelt House.

 

2012   Co-PI, Empowering Individuals to Make Environmentally Sustainable and Healthy Transportation Choices in Mega-Cities through a Smartphone App, U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

2012   PI, GPS Research Cluster Team for Transportation (webpage,Facebook.jpg), U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

 

2011   PI, Incorporating Mobile Technology into the GPS/Web-GIS Method for Travel Survey and Research, U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

 

2009   PI, Automating Web Collection and Validation of GPS data for Longitudinal Urban Travel Studies, U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

 

2008   Co-PI, Advanced Applications of Person-based GPS in an Urban Environment, U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

 

2008   Co-PI, CUNY Collaborative Incentive Grant.

 

2008   PI, U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Center.

 

2007   Co-PI, GPS Pilot Project, New York Metropolitan Transportation Council /STV.

 

2007   Co-PI, Understanding Residential Location Decision in the New York Region, U.S. Department of Transportation/University Transportation Research Council.


Courses:

Geog343/743/EES781 Urban Geographic Theory

Geog243 Urban Geography

GTech385.01/GTech785.01/EES765 Urban Applications of GIS

GTech709 Introduction to GIS

Geog277 Geography of East Asia

Geog150 World Regional Geography

Geog101 People and Their Environment

Chin 401.80 Geography of China


Publications and Research Reports:

Y. Xie, H. Gong, Z. Yang, H. Lan, S. Zeng. 2018. Examining Shrinking City of Detroit in the Context of Socio-spatial Inequalities. Landscape and Urban Planning, in press (https://doi.org/10.1016/j.landurbplan.2018.03.002).

 

Gong, H. and C. Kessler. 2016. Integrating Real-time GIS and Social Media for Qualitative Transportation Data Collection. Prepared for University Transportation Research Center. Available at: http://www.utrc2.org/sites/default/files/Final-Report-Integrating-Real-time-GIS-and-Social-Media.pdf.

 

Gong, H. 2016. Hierarchy, Information, and Power: Cities as Corporate Command and Control Centers. In H. Gong (Ed.), Hierarchy, Information, and Power: Cities as Corporate Command and Control Center. New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Gong, H. (Ed.) (2016). Hierarchy, Information, and Power: Cities as Corporate Command and Control Centers. New York, NY: Routledge.

 

Gong, H. 2015. Hierarchy, Information, and Power: Cities as Corporate Command and Control Centers. Special Issue in Honor of James. O. Wheeler. Urban Geography 36(6):795-797.

 

Gong, H. and H. Zhu. 2013. Chapter 5: Economic Geography, in A Comparative Geography of China and the U.S., eds. R. Hartmann and J. Wang, pp. 169-190. Springer.

 

Keenan, K. and H. Gong. 2013. Managerialism and Terrorism Policy for the Urban Financial Industry: The Implications of Ignoring Geographical Process. Urban Affairs Review, 49(2):190-219.

 

Gong, H. and F. F. Yang. 2012. Growth and Location of Producer Services in China: Learning from the U.S. Experience, in Producer Services in China: Economic and Urban Development, eds. A. G. O. Yeh and F. F. Yang. Abingdon, OX: Routledge.

 

Gong, H. 2012. Jobs-housing balance, transit-oriented development, and commute Time: Integrating GPS and GIS, in Economic Development and GIS, eds. J. M. Pogodzinski and R. M. Kos. Redlands, CA: ESRI Press.

 

Gong, H. and K. Keenan. 2012. The impact of 9/11 on the geography of financial services in New York: A few years later. The Professional Geographer 64(3):370-388.

 

Gong, H., C. Chen, E. Biolostozky, C. T. Lawson. 2012. A GPS/GIS method for travel mode detection in New York City. Computers, Environment and Urban Systems 36(2):131-139.

 

Gong, H. and C. Chen. 2012. Automating Web Collection and Validation of GPS Data for Longitudinal Urban Travel Studies. Prepared for University Transportation Research Center. Available at: http://www.utrc2.org/sites/default/files/pubs/FinalReportGPSData.pdf.

 

Keenan, K. and H. Gong. 2011. Hazard perception and the urban geographies of place: Insights from New York City’s financial executives after 9/11. Urban Geography 32(2):208-227.

 

Chen, C., H. Gong, C. T. Lawson, E. Biolostozky. 2010. Evaluating the feasibility of a passive travel survey collection in a complex urban environment: Lessons learned from the New York City case study. Transportation Research Part A 44:830-840.

 

Lawson, C. T., C. Chen, and H. Gong. 2010. Advanced Applications of Person-based GPS in an Urban Environment. Available at: http://www.utrc2.org/node/2366.

 

Yang, F. F., G. C. S. Lin, and H. Gong. 2009. Economic globalization and the growth of consulting services in Guangzhou, China. Asian Geographer 26:49-65.

 

Gong, H. 2009. Services and Economic Development in the Asia-Pacific, eds. P. W. Daniels and J. W. Harrington. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2007. Book review for Economic Geography 85(3): 337-338.

 

Lawson, C. T., C. Chen, H. Gong, S. Karthikeyan, A. Kornhauser, J. Cepler, M. Chau, H. Lin, and E. Biolostozky. 2009. GPS Pilot Project – Phase Four: Final Report. Prepared for New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, May, 2009. Available at: http://www.nymtc.org/project/surveys/GPS/GPS.html.

Chen, C., H. Gong, and R. Paaswell. 2008. Role of the build environment on mode choice decisions: Additional evidence on the impact of density. Transportation 35(3):285-299.

Chen, C., H. Gong, and R. Paaswell. 2007. Public transit In New York: Keep up with the trend – A case study of mode choices in the New York metropolitan region. Available at: http://www.utrc2.org/sites/default/files/pubs/Public-Transit-In-NY.pdf.

Gong, H., A. C. Japzon, and C. Chen. 2008. Public libraries and social capital in three New York City neighborhoods. Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie 99(1):65-83.

Lawson, C. T., C. Chen, H. Gong, S. Karthikeyan, A. Kornhauser, J. Cepler, M. Chau, H. Lin, and S. Dziekan. 2008. GPS Pilot Project – Phase Three: “Mixed Mode” Data Collection and Identification of Special Population Segment. Prepared for New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, June, 2008.  Available at: http://www.nymtc.org/project/surveys/GPS/GPS.html.

 

Lawson, C. T., C. Chen, H. Gong, S. Karthikeyan, A. Kornhauser, J. Cepler, M. Chau, H. Lin, and S. Dziekan. 2008. GPS Pilot Project – Phase Two: Unit Comparison, Field Tests, and Market Analysis. Prepared for New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, March, 2008. Available at: http://www.nymtc.org/project/surveys/GPS/GPS.html.

Xie, Y., C. Fang, G. C. S. Lin, H. Gong, and B, Qiao. 2007. Tempo-Spatial patterns of land use changes and urban development in Globalizing China: A study of Beijing. Sensors 7:2881-2906.

Gong, H. and J. O. Wheeler. 2007. Geographic changes in the metropolitan corporate South, 1995-2003. Southeastern Geographer 47(1):155-169.

Lawson, C. T., C. Chen, H. Gong, S. Karthikeyan, A. Kornhauser, J. Cepler, M. Chau, H. Lin, and S. Dziekan. 2007. GPS Pilot Project – Phase One: Literature and Product Review. Prepared for New York Metropolitan Transportation Council, December, 2007. Available at: http://www.nymtc.org/project/surveys/GPS/GPS.html.

Japzon, A. C. and H. Gong. 2005. A neighborhood analysis of public library use in New York City. Library Quarterly 75(4):446-463.

Gong, H. 2002. Growth of tertiary sector in China’s large cities. Asian Geographer 21(1-2):1-16.

Gong, H. and J. O. Wheeler. 2002. The location and suburbanization of business and professional services in Atlanta. Growth and Change 33 (3):341-369.

Gong, H. 2002. Location change in help supply services in the U.S. South, 1988-1999. Southeastern Geographer 42(1):49-64.

Gong, H. 2001. A hierarchical change model of business and professional services in the United States. Urban Geography 22(4):340-359.

Gong, H. 1997. Location analysis of business and professional services in U.S. metropolitan areas, 1977-1992. Dissertation. The University of Georgia.

Gong, H. 1995. Spatial patterns of foreign investment in China’s cities, 1980-1989. Urban Geography 16(3):198-209.

Dutt, A.K., Y. Wei, and H. Gong. 1994. Patterns of medical facilities in the People’s Republic of China. In Health Care Planning in the Developing World, ed. J. Hazra, 109-123. Calcutta, India: University of Calcutta Press.

Gong, H., and A. K. Dutt. 1993. Mortality and health care planning in China’s cities. Asian Profile 21(3):189-200.

Zheng, T., S. Situ, and H. Gong. 1990. On the urbanization of Hainan and the urban system of the province. Journal of Sun Yat-Sen University (Social Science Edition) 1:17-22.


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