Research Assistant, Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Edward Man is a Research Assistant at the Hong Kong Institute for the Humanities and Social Science (HKIHSS). He is a member of the Asian Religious Connections research cluster and engaged in the “The Infrastructures of Faith: Religious Mobility on the Belt and Road” (BRINFAITH) research project.
Edward holds a MSc in Urban Planning from National Cheng Kung University (2019). His research interests include geographic information science, data mining, socio-spatial dynamics and human mobility. He is currently partaking in the development of web GIS platform, geovisualization, and big data analytics in the BRINFAITH project.
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"Tourism, transport, and land use: a dynamic impact assessment for Kaohsiung’s Asia New Bay Area" (with Shyr, O. F., Hsu, Y. Y., Shepherd, S., Lin, H. L., & Tu, C. H.) Journal of Simulation, 1-12. (September 2020). DOI: 10.1080/17477778.2020.1806748