• Zhou Min

  • associate professor
  • Phone:+86 13507119099
  • E-mail:shijieshandian00@163.com
  • Academic Areas:Land-use planning and land-use policy
  • Research Interests:Land-use allocation; Uncertain mathematical model; Industrial structure optimization

1. Academic Degrees

PhD, 2013, College of Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, Beijing, China;

Master, 2009, School of Resource and Environmental Sciences, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China;

Bachelor, 2006, School of Resource and Environmental Sciences, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China.

2. Professional Experience

Associate Professor (2018-present); College of Public Administration, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;

Visiting Scholar (2017-2019); Department of City and Regional Planning, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill;

Lecturer (2015-2018); College of Public Administration, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;

Post PhD (2013-2015); College of Public Administration, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;

3. Selected Publications

[1] Zhou Min, Chen, Q.*, Cai, Y.L., 2013. Optimizing the industrial structure of a watershed in association with economic-environmental consideration: an inexact fuzzy multi-objective programming model. Journal of Cleaner Production, 42(3):116-131.

[2] Zhou Min*, 2015. An interval fuzzy chance-constrained programming model for sustainable urban land-use planning and land use policy analysis. Land Use Policy, 42: 479-491.

[3] Zhou Min, Tan, S.K.*, Tao, L.Z., Zhu, X.B., Akhmat, G., 2015. An interval fuzzy land-use allocation model (IFLAM) for Beijing in association with environmental and ecological consideration under uncertainty. Quality & Quantity, 49(6): 2269-2290.

[4] Zhou Min*, Cai, Y.L., Guan, X.L., Tan, S.K., Lu, S.S., 2015. A hybrid inexact optimization model for land-use allocation of China. Chinese Geographical Science, 25(1): 62-73.

[5] Zhou Min, Tan, S.K.*, Zhang, L., 2015. Influences of different land use spatial control schemes on farmland conversion and urban development. Plos One, 10(4): e0125008, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0125008.

[6] Zhou Min, Tan, S.K.*, Guo, M.J., Zhang, L., 2015. Locational determinants of emissions from pollution-intensive firms in urban areas. Plos One, 10(4):e0125348, DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0125348.

[7] Zhou Min, Lu, Shasha*, Tan, Shukui, Yan, Danping, Ou, Guoliang, Liu, Dianfeng, Luo, Xiang, Li, Yanan, Zhang, Lu, Zhang, Zuo, Zhu, Xiangbo, 2017. A stochastic equilibrium chance-constrained programming model for municipal solid waste management of the City of Dalian, China. Quality & Quantity, 51(1): 199-218.

[8] Zhou Min, Tan Shukui, Tao Yinghui, Lu Yongzhong, Zhang Zuo, Zhang Lu, Yan Danping*, 2017. Neighborhood socioeconomics, food environment and land use determinants of public health: Isolating the relative importance for essential policy insights. Land Use Policy, 68: 246-253.

[9] Lu, S.S., Zhou Min*, Guan, X.L., Tao, L.Z., 2015. An integrated GIS-based interval-probabilistic programming model for land-use planning management under uncertainty—a case study at Suzhou, China. Environmental Science and Pollution Research, 22(6): 4281-4296.

[10] Qiu, B.K., Li, H.L., Zhou Min*, Zhang Lu, 2015. Vulnerability of ecosystem services provisioning to urbanization: A case of China. Ecological Indicators, 57:505-513.

[11] Ma, C.G., Zhou Min*, 2016. A GIS-based interval fuzzy linear programming for optimal land resource allocation at a city scale. Social Indicators Research, 135(1): 143-166.

[12] Ou G.L., Tan S.K., Zhou Min*, Lu S.S., Tao Y.H., Zhang Z., Zhang L., Yan D.P., Guan X.L., Wu G., 2017. An interval chance-constrained fuzzy modeling approach for supporting land-use planning and eco-environment planning at a watershed level. Journal of Environmental Management, 204P1: 651-666.

[13] Rao Y. X., Zhou Min*, Cao C.X.*, Tan S.K., Song Y., Zhang Z., Dai D.Y., Ou G.L., Zhang, L., Nie X., Deng A.P., Cairen Z. M. (2019). Exploring the quantitive relationship between economic benefit and environmental constraint using an inexact chance-constrained fuzzy programming based industrial structure optimization model. Quality & Quantity, 53(4): 2199-2220.

[14] Zuo Zhang, Min Zhou*, Guoliang Ou*, Shukui Tan, Yan Song, Lu Zhang, Xin Nie, 2019. Land Suitability Evaluation and an Interval Stochastic Fuzzy Programming-Based Optimization Model for Land-Use Planning and Environmental Policy Analysis. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 16(21), 4124; doi:10.3390/ijerph16214124.

[15] Rao, Yingxue ; Zhou, Jiang ; Zhou, Min* ; He, Qingsong* ; Wu, Jiayu, Comparisons of three-dimensional urban forms in different urban expansion types: 58 sample cities in China. Growth and Change, 2020, 51(4): 1766-1783.

[16] Guoliang Ou, Min Zhou*, Zhongping Zeng, Qingsong He*, and Chaohui Yin, 2021. Is there an equality in the spatial distribution of urban vitality: A case study of Wuhan in China. Open Geosciences, 13: 469–481.

4. Awards

2018 Chutian scholar

2020 Outstanding Scholar in Huazhong University of Science and Technology

5. Courses Taught

Territorial space planning; Quantitative research methods in public administration

6. Project

National Natural Science Foundation of China41401631


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