RUNSEN ZHANG

Last Updated :2021/04/06

Affiliations, Positions
Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Assistant Professor
E-mail
rzhanghiroshima-u.ac.jp

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 2015/10/01, 2015/12/31, Kyoto University, Graduate School of Engineering, Researcher
  • 2016/01/01, 2018/01/31, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Research Associate
  • 2018/02/01, 2020/03/31, Hiroshima University, Graduate School for International Development and Cooperation, Assistant Professor

Academic Degrees

  • Kyoto University
  • Nanjing University
  • hohai university

Research Fields

  • Engineering;Civil engineering;Civil engineering project / Traffic engineering
  • Environmental science;Sustainable and environmental system development;Environmental policy and social systems

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , First Semester, Development Technology
  2. 2021, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Intensive, Geographic Information System Technology

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. The contribution of transport policies to the mitigation potential and cost of 2 degrees C and 1.5 degrees C goals, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 13(5), 201805
  2. Policy implications from revealing consumption-based carbon footprint of major economic sectors in Japan, ENERGY POLICY, 119, 339-348, 201808
  3. Impacts of transportation arteries on land use patterns in urban-rural fringe: A comparative gradient analysis of Qixia District, Nanjing City, China, CHINESE GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE, 23(3), 378-388, 2013
  4. Soil salinization research in China: Advances and prospects, JOURNAL OF GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCES, 24(5), 943-960, 2014
  5. Monitoring soil salt content using HJ-1A hyperspectral data: A case study of coastal areas in Rudong County, Eastern China, CHINESE GEOGRAPHICAL SCIENCE, 25(2), 213-223, 2015
  6. Landscape ecological security response to land use change in the tidal flat reclamation zone, China, ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING AND ASSESSMENT, 188(1), 2016
  7. Computable urban economic model incorporated with economies of scale for urban agglomeration simulation, ANNALS OF REGIONAL SCIENCE, 59(1), 231-254, 2017
  8. Key factors influencing the global passenger transport dynamics using the AIM/transport model, TRANSPORTATION RESEARCH PART D-TRANSPORT AND ENVIRONMENT, 55, 373-388, 2017
  9. Can land use planning help mitigate transport-related carbon emissions? A case of Changzhou, LAND USE POLICY, 74, 32-40, 2018
  10. Contribution of the transport sector to climate change mitigation: Insights from a global passenger transport model coupled with a computable general equilibrium model, APPLIED ENERGY, 211, 76-88, 2018
  11. How do transport policies contribute to a low carbon city? An integrated assessment using an urban computable general equilibrium model, Energy Procedia, 152, 606-611, 2018
  12. Revealing Monthly Urban Carbon Leakage Generated from Residential Energy Consumption, Energy Procedia, 152, 774-779, 2018
  13. The role of transport electrification in global climate change mitigation scenarios, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 15(3), 202003
  14. The contribution of transport policies to the mitigation potential and cost of 2 degrees C and 1.5 degrees C goals, ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LETTERS, 13(5), 2018

Publications such as books

  1. 2017, Post-2020 Climate Action: Global and Asian Perspective, Chapter 7 (Eds by Fujimori, S., Kainuma, M., Masui, T), India INDC Assessment: Emission Gap Between Pledged Target and 2 degree Target, Springer, 2017, Scholarly Book, Joint work, Shukla, P. R., Mittal, S., Liu, J., Fujimori, S., Dai, H., Zhang, R.
  2. 2019, Transport and Energy Research: A Behavioral Perspective, Chapter 2 (Eds by Junyi Zhang), The role of the transport sector in energy transition and climate change mitigation: Insights from an integrated assessment model, Elsevier, 2019, Scholarly Book, Single work, Runsen Zhang

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. How do transport policies contribute to a low carbon city? An integrated assessment using an urban computable general equilibrium model, Runsen Zhang, Applied Energy Symposium and Forum 2018: Low carbon cities and urban energy systems, 2018/06, Without Invitation, English, Shanghai, China
  2. The contribution of transport policies to the mitigation potential and cost of 2°C and 1.5°C goals, Runsen Zhang, 41st IAEE International Conference, 2018/06, Without Invitation, English, Groningen, Netherlands
  3. Transport electrification: A global simulation of the penetration of electric vehicles, Runsen Zhang, International Conference on Applied Energy 2019, 2019/08, Without Invitation, English, Västerås, Sweden
  4. The role of the transport sector in energy transition and climate change mitigation: Insights from an integrated assessment model, Runsen Zhang, The 10th International Seminar on Urban Transport, Tourism and Travel Behavior Analysis, 2019/08, Without Invitation, English, Sapporo, Japan
  5. How does the transport sector contribute to energy transition and climate change mitigation?, Runsen Zhang, IITB-HU Workshop, 2019/09, Without Invitation, English, Mumbai, India
  6. Will electric vehicles deliver the transition to a low carbon future?, Runsen Zhang, 24th International AIM Workshop, 2018/11, Without Invitation, English, Tsukuba
  7. The role of electric vehicle penetration in urban decarbonization scenarios, Runsen Zhang, 25th International AIM Workshop, 2019/11, Without Invitation, English, Tsukuba
  8. Transport electrification requires renewable energy penetration to mitigate climate change, Runsen Zhang, 12th IAMC Annual Meeting, 2019/12, Without Invitation, English, Tsukuba

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. KAKENHI (Grant-in-Aid for Early-Career Scientists), Assessing the contribution of transport electrification to climate change mitigation: An integrated modeling methodology, 2019, 2021

Social Activities

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. Resources, Conservation & Recycling
  2. Environmental Research Letters
  3. Land Use Policy
  4. Transportation Research Part D: Transport and Environment
  5. International Journal of Sustainable Transportation
  6. Sustainable Cities and Society
  7. Research in Transportation Economics
  8. Applied Energy
  9. Asian Transport Studies
  10. Chinese Geographical Science