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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, China


Recent Projects and Grants:

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

Chin 401.80 Geography of China

Geog243 Urban Geography

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

Geog277 Geography of East Asia

Geog150 World Regional Geography

Geog101 People and Their Environment


Publications:

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.

 

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.

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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