I am a Ph.D. student in GIScience at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, working with Dr. A-Xing Zhu in the SoLIM Lab in Geography Department. My research interests are in geospatial modeling, trajectory data analysis, data mining and geovisual analytics. My dissertation research is focused on knowledge integration in geospatial predictive modeling.
Ph.D. Geography (subfield: GIScience)
Department of Geography, UW-Madison. Expected 2014.
Advisor: Prof. A-Xing Zhu
M.Sc. Computer Science
Department of Computer Sciences, UW-Madison. 2012.
M.Sc. Cartography and Geographic Information Systems
State Key Laboratory of Resources and Environmental Information System, Chinese Academy of Sciences. 2009.
Thesis: The construction of GeoVisual Analytics Environment for Raster Data Analysis
B.S. Geographic Information Systems
School of Resources and Environmental Sciences, Wuhan University, Wuhan, China. 2006.
Research and Teaching Appointments
Influenza Transmission: exploratory visualization and knowledge discovery of individual space-time behavioral patterns (funded by National Institute of Health)
PI: Prof. Feng Qi, Kean University, USA
Geog 579 GIS and Spatial Analysis. UW-Madison, Fall 2011, Fall 2012
Geog 578 GIS Applications. UW-Madison, Spring 2011, Spring 2012
Geog 377 Introduction to GIS. UW-Madison, Fall 2009, Spring 2010, Fall 2010
Geog 377 Introduction to GIS; Geog 579 GIS and Spatial Analysis; Geog 170 Our Digital Globe: an Overview of GIScience
Qi, Feng. and Du, Fei. (2013). Tracking and visualization of space-time activities for a micro-scale flu transmission study. International Journal of Health Geographics, 12(1), 1-16.
Qi, Feng. and Du, Fei. (2013). Trajectory Data Analyses for Pedestrian Space-time Activity Study. Journal of Visualized Experiments, (72), e50130, doi:10.3791/50130