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Dr. Tao Yang

Urban-rural Planning Administration, Ministry of Housing and Urban-rural Development, China

Research Associate


Email: taoyang128@qq.com (preferred), t.yang@ucl.ac.uk


Qualifications

2006 Ph.D. Candidate, The Bartlett of Built Environment, University College London, UK

2002 M.Arch., School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, China

1999 B.Arch., School of Architecture, Tsinghua University, China


Research Fields

Space Syntax

Urban Design

Urban Planning


Publications (selected)

  1. Yang, T. (2015). Space Syntax: An Evidenced-based Approach to Urban Planning & Design. the ISOCARP Review 10.
  2. Yang, T. (2015). A Study on Spatial Structure and Functional Location Choice of the Beijing City in the Light of Big Data In: Kayvan Karimi, Laura Vaughan, Kerstin Sailer, Garyfalia Palaiologou, Tom Bolton (eds.) Proceedings of the 10th International Space Syntax Symposium. University College London: London. ISBN: 978-0-9933429-0-5. (Refereed and published)
  3. Hillier, B. Yang, T. and Turner, A. (2012). Normalising Least Angle Choice in Depth map and how it opens up new perspectives on the global and local analysis of city space. Journal of Space Syntax, Vol 1, No2. pp.155-193.
  4. Yang, T. & Hillier, B. (2012). The Impact of Spatial Parameters on Spatial Structuring. In: Green, M and Reyes, J and Castro, A, (eds.) Proceedings of the 8th International Space Syntax Symposium. (pp.8019:1-23). Pontifica Universidad Catolica Press: Santiago, Chile. ISBN: 978-956-345-862-6. (Refereed and published)
  5. Hillier, B. Yang, T. and Turner, A. (2012). Advancing DepthMap to Advance our Understanding of Cities: comparing streets And cities, and streets To cities. In: Green, M and Reyes, J and Castro, A, (eds.) Proceedings of the 8th International Space Syntax Symposium. (pp.18-27). Pontifica Universidad Catolica Press: Santiago, Chile. ISBN: 978-956-345-862-6.
  6. Hillier, B. and Turner, A. and Yang, T. and Park, H.-T. (2010). Metric and Topo-geometric Properties of Urban Street Networks: some convergences, divergences and new results. Journal of Space Syntax, Vol 1, No2, pp.258-279.
  7. Yang, T., Hillier, B. (2007). Fuzzy Boundary: The Spatial Definition of Urban Areas. In Kubat, A.S. Ertekin, Ö. and Güney, Y.Io. (eds.) Proceedings of 6th International Space Syntax Symposium. (pp. 091.01-22), Istanbul: Istanbul Technical University, ISBN 978-975-561-305-5.(Refereed and published)
  8. Yang, T., (2006). The Role of Space in the Emergence of Conceived Urban Areas. In HÖlscher, C. Dalton, R.C. and Turner, A. (eds.) Proceedings of Space Syntax and Spatial Cognition Workshop, Spatial Cognition ’06, (pp. 189-192). Universität Bremen Press, Germany: ISBN 987-388-722-691-5.(Refereed and published)
  9. Yang, T., (2005). Impacts of Large Scale Development: Does Space Make A different. In Van Nes, A. ( eds.) Proceedings of the 5th International Space Syntax Symposium. (pp.211-228), Techne Press: Delft, Holland. ISBN : 90-8594-002-8.(Refereed and published)
  10. Yang, T., (2004). Morphological Transformation of the Old City of Beijing After 1949, In: Yang, P. Ning, H. and L’Heureux, E. G. (eds.) Proceedings of the 3rd Great Asian Street Symposium, (pp. 60:1-10). National University of Singapore. ISBN : 978-981-052-422-7.(Refereed and published)


Profile Details

http://www.spacesyntax.com/staff/yang-tao/


Last Updated: 2015-08-03