Description: Description: X:\www\picture3.gif    Professor Changshan Wu

    Department of Geography

    University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

   BOLTON HALL 482

   3210 N. Maryland Avenue

   P.O. Box 413
   Milwaukee, WI 53201

    

    E-mail: cswu@uwm.edu

    Phone: 414-2294860 

    Fax: 414-229-3981

 

Academic Positions

2013 – Present: Professor, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

2008 – 2013: Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

2003 – 2008: Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee

2010 – Present: Visiting Professor, Center for Earth Observation and Digital Earth, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

2009 – Present: Visiting Professor, School of Geographic Science, Harbin Normal University, China

 

Administrative Positions

2013 – Present: Chair, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

2010 – 2013: Vice-Chair, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

2010 – 2013: Graduate Program Chair, Department of Geography, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

 

Education

2003    Ph.D., Geography, The Ohio State University

1999    M.S., Institute of Remote Sensing Applications, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

1995    B.S., Urban and Environmental Sciences, Peking University, China

 

Journal Publications and Book Chapters

a)      Remote sensing of urban environments

2013      Chengbin Deng and Changshan Wu*, Improving Small-area Population Estimation: an Integrated Geographic and Demographic Approach, Annals of the Association of American Geographers, forthcoming.

2013      Rama Mohapatra and Changshan Wu, Modeling Urban Growth at a Micro level: a Panel Data Analysis, International Journal of Applied Geospatial Research, forthcoming.

2013      Wenliang Li and Changshan Wu*, A spatially explicit method to examine the impact of urbanization on natural ecosystem service values, Journal of Spatial Science, Forthcoming.

2013      Wenliang Li, Changshan Wu*, Shuying Zang, Modeling urban land use conversion of Daqing City, China: a comparative analysis of stochastic cellular automata and CLUE-S models, Stochastic Environmental Research & Risk Assessment, forthcoming.

2013      Lianru Gao, Bing Zhang, Xu Sun, Shanshan Li, Qian Du, and Changshan Wu, Optimized maximum noise fraction for dimensionality reduction of Chinese HJ-1A hyperspectral data, EURASIP Journal on Advances in Signal Processing, 65, doi:10.1186/1687-6180-2013-65

2013      Chengbin Deng and Changshan Wu*, A spatially adaptive spectral mixture analysis method for mapping subpixel impervious surface distribution, Remote Sensing of Environment, 133, 62-70.

2013      Chengbin Deng and Changshan Wu*, Estimating very high resolution land surface temperature using a spectral unmixing and thermal mixing approach, International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 23, 155-164.

2013      Chengbin Deng and Changshan Wu*, Examining the impacts of urban biophysical compositions on surface urban heat island: a spectral unmixing and thermal mixing approach, Remote Sensing of Environment, 131, 262-274.

2013      Bing Zhang*, Shanshan Li, Changshan Wu, Lianru Gao, Wenjuan Zhang, Man Peng, A neighbourhood-constrained k-means approach to classify very high spatial resolution hyperspectral imagery, Remote Sensing Letters, forthcoming

2012      Chengbin Deng and Changshan Wu, BCI: a biophysical composition index for remote sensing of urban environments, Remote Sensing of Environment, 127, 247-259.

2011      Shuying Zang, Changshan Wu, Xiaodong Na*, Impact of Urbanization on Natural Ecosystem Service Values: a Comparative Study, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 179:575–588

2011      Wanhui Yu, Shuying Zang*, Changshan Wu, Wen Liu, Xiaodong Na, Analyzing and modeling land use land cover change (LUCC) in the Daqing city, China, Applied Geography, 31 (2), 600-608.

2011    Changshan Wu and Fei Yuan, Remote Sensing of High-Resolution Urban Impervious Surfaces, Urban Remote Sensing: Monitoring, Synthesis and Modelling in the Urban Environment, Edited by Xiaojun Yang

2010      Le Wang and Changshan Wu, Population estimation using remote sensing and GIS technologies, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 31 (21), 5569-5570.

2010      Jose L. Silvan-Cardenas, Le Wang*, Peter Rogerson, Changshan Wu, Tiantian Feng, and Benjamin D. Kamphaus, Assessing fine spatial resolution remote sensing for small area population estimationInternational Journal of Remote Sensing, 31, 5605-5634.

2010      Chengbing Deng, Changshan Wu*, and Le Wang, Improving Housing Unit Method for Small Area Population Estimation Using Remote Sensing and GIS Information, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 31, 5673- 5688.

2010      Rama P. Mohapatra and Changshan Wu, High Resolution Impervious Surface Estimation: an Integration of IKONOS and Landsat-7 ETM+ Imagery, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 76 (12), 1329-1341.

2009      Changshan Wu, Quantifying high-resolution impervious surfaces using spectral mixture analysis, International Journal of Remote Sensing, 30 (11), 2915 – 2932

2008      Fei Yuan, Changshan Wu, and Marvin Bauer, Comparison of various spectral analysis techniques for impervious surface estimation using Landsat imagery, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing 74 (8), 1045-1055.

2007      Changshan Wu and Fei Yuan, Seasonal sensitivity analysis of impervious surface estimation with satellite imagery, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 73 (12), 1393-1402.

2007      Changshan Wu and Alan T. Murray, Population estimation using Landsat ETM+ imagery, Geographical Analysis, 39 (1): 26-43.

2007    Changshan Wu, Remote sensing applications in urban socio-economic analysis, in Integration of GIS and Remote Sensing, edited by Mesev, V., John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, England.

2007    Rama P. Mohapatra and Changshan Wu, Sub-pixel imperviousness estimation with IKONOS image: an artificial neural network approach, Chapter 2, pp21-38, in Remote Sensing of Impervious Surfaces, Edited by Qihao Weng, CRC Press, Taylor and Francis Group.

2006      Danlin Yu and Changshan Wu, Incorporating Remote Sensing Information in Modeling House Values: A Regression Tree Approach, Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 72, 2, 129-138.

2005      Changshan Wu and Alan T. Murray, A cokriging method for estimating population density in urban areas, Computers, Environment, and Urban Systems, 29, 558-579.

2004      Changshan Wu, Normalized spectral mixture analysis for monitoring urban composition using ETM+ imagery, Remote Sensing of Environment, 93 (4), 480-492.

2003      Changshan Wu and Alan T. Murray, Estimating impervious surface distribution by spectral mixture analysis, Remote Sensing of Environment, 84, 493-505 

 

b)      Geographic Information Science, spatial analysis and modeling

2013           Greg Rybarcyzk and Changshan Wu, Examining the impact of urban morphology on bicycle mode choice, Environment and Planning B, Forthcoming.

2013      Dehua Mao, Zongming Wang*, Changshan Wu, Chunying Ren, Examining forest net primary productivity dynamics and climatic factors in Northeast China from 1982 to 2010, Chinese Geographical Science, Forthcoming.

2013      Haotao Zhao, Bing Zhang*, Changshan Wu, Zengli Zuo, and Zhengchao Chen, Development of a Coordinate Transformation Method for Direct Georeferencing in Map Projection Frames, ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetric Engineering and Remote Sensing, 77, 94-103.

2012      Changshan Wu and Rashi Sharma, Housing Submarket Classification: the Role of Spatial Contiguity, Applied Geography, 32 (2), 746-756.

2012      Changshan Wu, Handbook of Applied Spatial Analysis: Software Tools, Methods and Applications, Journal of Regional Science, 52 (2), 386-387.

2010      Greg Rybarczyk and Changshan Wu, Bicycle Facility Planning Using GIS and Multi-Criteria Decision Analysis, Applied Geography, 30 (2), 282-293.

2009      Chris De Sousa, Changshan Wu, and Lynne M. Westphal, Assessing the Effect of Publicly-Assisted Brownfields Redevelopment on Surrounding Property Values, Economic Development Quarterly, 23 (2), 95-110.

2007      Danlin Yu, Dennis Wei, and Changshan Wu, Modeling spatial dimensions of housing prices in Milwaukee, Environment and Planning B 34(6) 1085 – 1102

2005      Min Wu, Tian Zhao, and Changshan Wu, Public health data collection and sharing using HIPAA messages, Journal of Medical Systems, 29, 303-316.

2005      Changshan Wu and Alan T. Murray, Optimizing public transit quality and system access: the multiple route maximal covering/shortest path problem, Environment and Planning B, 32, 163-178.

2004      Danlin Yu and Changshan Wu, Understanding population segregation from Landsat ETM+ imagery: a geographically weighted regression approach, GIScience and Remote Sensing, 41 (3), 187-206.

 

Research Projects

a)      Remote sensing of urban environments

Impacts of climatic and land use changes on streamflow and water quality in the Milwaukee River basin, co-PI (PI: Choi, W), WI Groundwater Coordinating Council, United States Geological Survey, March 2013 – August 2014, $78,556.

Urban Impervious Surface Estimation using Remote Sensing Techniques: a Simulation Approach, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee Research Growth Initiative, PI, July 2012 – Dec 2013, $66,344.

Collaborative research: improving small area population estimation with high resolution remote sensing (with Dr. Le Wang from SUNY at Buffalo and Dr. Frederick Day from Texas State University – San Marcos), National Science Foundation, August 2008 – Jan 2012, $50,213.

Impervious Surface estimation using IKONOS imagery, Research Infrastructure Program, Wisconsin Space Grant Consortium, PI, June 2005 – June 2006, $4,000

b)      Geographic Information Science, spatial analysis and modeling

GIS analysis of the Milwaukee and Menomonee Rivers: pathogen concentrations and correlations, Center for Urban Population Health, Co-PI, June 2008 – May 2009, (PI: Dr. Robert Burlage from School of Health, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), $21,049.

A GIS approach to waterborne infectious disease: cryptosporidium, Center for Urban Population Health, Co-PI, 5/21/07-5/25/08, (PI: Dr. Robert Burlage from School of Health, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee), $30,334.

Assessing the impact of brownfields redevelopment on Residential property values and real estate conditions, US Forest Service, North Central Research Station, Co-PI, September 2005 – March 2007, (PI: Dr. Chris DeSousa from Department of Geography at UWM), $51,849

Understanding Lyme Disease and Environmental Relationships in Wisconsin - A remote sensing and GIS approach, The Graduate School Research Committee Awards, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, PI, September 2005 – June 2006, $14,527

 

 Current Graduate Students

·         Hui Lin, Ph.d. candidate, Dissertation title“Hedonic price model and spatial modeling for analyzing urban park system”.

·         Wenliang Li, Ph.d. candidate, Dissertation title “Large-scale urban impervious surface estimation through incorporating temporal and spatial information into spectral mixture analysis”

·         Yang Song, Ph.d. student

·         Miao Li, Ph.d. student, Harbin Normal University

·         Haijian Liu, Ph.d. student

·         Yingbin Deng, Ph.d. student

·         Patience Farmer, MS student

Past Graduate Students

·         Chengbin Deng (Ph.d. 2013), “Small-area population estimation: an integration of demographic and geographic techniques” (currently assistant professor, Department of Geography, SUNY-Binghamton)

·         Rama Mohapatra (Ph.d. 2011), "Monitoring and Modeling Urban Growth Using Remote Sensing and GIS Technologies" (currently assistant professor, Department of Geography, Minnesota State University)

·         Greg Rybarczyk (Ph.d. 2010), "Bicycle Travel Demand Forecasting Using Geographic Information Systems and Agent Based  Modeling", (currently assistant professor, Department of Geography, University of Michigan – Flint)

·         Rashi Sharma (Ph.d. 2009), "Housing Submarkets: A Spatio-temporal Analysis", (Currently director of Trusanga Educational Services Pvt. Ltd.)

·         Stephen W. Mauel (MS, 2008) “GIS, GPS, and the USDA Soils Maps: Mapping the Jordan / Prairie Du Chien Contact in Southwestern Wisconsin”, (Currently GIS specialist, Wisconsin Geological and Natural History Survey)

·         Brandon Meleski, (MS, 2007)

·         Qinhua Zhang (MA/MLIS, 2006)

·         Greg Rybarczyk, (MS, 2005)