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[新聘教師候選人演講公告]From pixels to people: unveiling 3-D urban form and mental well-being through artificial intelligence

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Thursday, February 24, 2022, 11:00 - 13:00
Location 地理系館305教室
講者: 陳慈忻博士
演講大綱:

Global urban expansion and regeneration have important consequences for human life and health. Not only does urban expansion influence the environment, but the built environment also shapes people’s daily experiences and well-being. To seek evidence-based insights and sustainable solutions, novel methods are pressing. In this talk, I will introduce an artificial intelligence (AI) approach that translates free satellite imagery to the high-resolution 3-D form of cities over time. Then, I will present a case study that applies this new data with geospatial analytics for public mental health. Linking dynamic urban form patterns to 3.7 million Danish people’s addresses, relocation and depressive disorder records, we found that urban environments relate to mental well-being in substantive ways, beyond the simplistic urban-nature or urban-rural dichotomies.

講者簡介:

陳慈忻博士是耶魯大學環境學院的唐納利博士後研究員。 他的研究興趣是地理資料科學、城市環境和健康不平等的跨領域議題。於2010-2016在台大地理系完成學士和碩士學位後,他在丹麥奧胡斯大學環境與健康大數據中心進行博士論文研究,著重在城市結構與心理健康之間的關係(2017-2020)。 為了發展城市結構的辨識的深度學習方法,2019 年他與德國太空中心進行合作研究。 2020 年,他是哥本哈根大學的訪問博士生和講師,教授機器學習與土地利用變遷。 目前在耶魯,他的研究專注於全球南方的開放數據應用,包括喜馬拉雅山和撒哈拉以南非洲的都市土地利用與永續課題。研究出版目錄:https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tzu-Hsin-Karen-Chen

 

Dr. Tzu-Hsin Chen is a Donnelley postdoctoral associate at the Yale School of the Environment. Her research interest is at the intersection of geospatial data science, urban environment, and health inequality. During her Ph.D. in the Big Data Centre of Environment and Health at Aarhus University (2017-2020), she worked on an interdisciplinary project on the relationship between dynamic urban form and mental health inequality. This work was complemented by a research exchange at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in 2019, where she collaborated on the development of deep learning and remote sensing methods. In 2020, she was a visiting researcher and a lecturer at the University of Copenhagen where she co-taught Remote Sensing in Land System Science. At Yale, she focuses on open data science for urbanization studies in the Global South, including sustainable development in the Himalayas and Sub-Saharan Africa. Her publications are available at: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tzu-Hsin-Karen-Chen

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