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Academic Performance

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    Portfolio

     
    Kuan-Chu Wei

    (A) Journal Papers
    1,Kuan-chu Wei, Urban Space and Sacred Order, Journal of Environment and Art, 2000, p. 1-12. 
    2,Kuan-chu Wei, Communicative Reason and Multiple Planning Theory, Journal of Environment and Art, 2001,p. 1-12
    3,Kuan-chu Wei, Ideas of Regionalism and Green Architecture, Journal of Environment and Art, 2005,13-22
    4,Kuan-chu Wei, Life-world: From Theory of Horizon to the Idea of Locus, Journal of Environment and Art, 2006, p. 45-56.
    5,Kuan-chu Wei, Modes of Environmental Planning and the Idea of Green development, 2007,83-95
    6,Kuan-chu Wei, An Architectural Culture Towards Regional Autonomy, Journal of Design and Theory,VI., Dong-hai University,2008,p. 31-44.
    7,Kuan-chu Wei, Systematic Reason and Communivative Reason: Habermas on Modern Civilization and Communication, Journal of China Media Report, 2008, P.103-113
    8,Kuan-chu Wei, Community Reconnaissance and the Management of Value,
    Journal of Environment and Art,2008,98-112
    9,Kuan-chu Wei, The Subjectivity of Images and Local Culture: A reflection on Existentialism, Journal of Environment and Art,2009,91-101
    10,Kuan-chu Wei, A Reflection of Modern Space from the Construction of Locality: A Phenomenological Interpretation, Journal of Environment and Art,2011,107-129
    11,Kuan-chu Wei, Towards Ecological City: A Pondering on the Local Management Principles, Journal of Architecture and Environment, Architectural Development Association of Taichung, 2011, p. 20-16

    (B) Seminar Papers
    1,Kuan-chu Wei,Urban Revitalization and Cultural Memory: Rethinking Taipei`s Urban Renewal Plan Regarding Wan-hua,The City, Space and Globalization International Symposium1998,1998,p.76-80,The University of Michigan, Ann Arbo
    2,Kuan-chu Wei,William Morris`s Romantic Medievalism and Design Ideals,The 3d Asia Design Conference - China-Japan-Korea Symposium,1998,p.508-512, Chao Yang University of Technology, Taiwan, R.O.C.
    3,Kuan-chu Wei, Martin Heidegger’s Philosophy of Dwelling, The Forum of Architectural Research Releases, Chao-yang University of Technology, 1998,p.208-212
    4,Kuan-chu Wei,Reevaluting Local Cultural Heritage in the Changing Global Context, China-Japan-Korea Regional Planning International Symposium,1999,III-A-3-1 ~ III-A-3-7, National Cheng-kung University, Taiwan
    5,Kuan-chu Wei,Global Capitalism and The Re-evaluation of Local Space, Symposium on Space and Social Studies, Tung-hai University, 1999. 
    6,Kuan-chu Wei, Bauhaus Design Education and Its Origins, Design Forun of Republic of China, 2000, Chang-hua, Ta-ye University. 
    7,Kuan-chu Wei, Cultural Policy and the Local environmental development, Design Forum of The Republic of China,2001,Shu-de University of Technology, Kao-Shiung
    8,Kuan-chu Wei, Cultrual Policy: its Making and Execution, Forum of Public Policy and Government, Nan-hua University, 2001, Chia-yi
    9,Kuan-chu Wei,Communicative Action and Community Planning Methodology, Symposium on Environment Redevelopment, 2001, Taipei. 
    10,Kuan-chu Wei, The Changing Image of a Place in the Public Discourse, Memory and Media in Contemporary China,2001,University of California at Berkeley,Center for Chinese Studies
    11,Kuan-chu Wei, Media and Social Memories: A cultural Study on Political Commercials, Cross-Strait Communication Studies towards the 21Century, 2001,Shan-tou University, Guan-Dong
    12,Kuan-chu Wei, Environemntal Education from the Vision of Local Culture, A symposium of Environmental Education, Nan-hua University, 2002, Chia-yi 
    13,Kuan-chu Wei, Modern and Traditional Philosophy on Space: take the Issue of Nurturing the Mind and Body as an Example, Symposium of Comparative Philosophies, Nan-hua University, 2002, Chia-yi
    14,Kuan-chu Wei, Heritage Preservation and the Rebirth of Local religious Tradition, Lung-shan Temple International Symposium, 2002, Lu-gang, Chang-hua
    15,Kuan-chu Wei, Green Architecture and Critical Regionalism, Forum on the Humanistic Dimension of Green Architecture, 2004, Nan-hua University, Chia-yi
    16,Kuan-chu Wei and Ying-Shih Chen,Opportunities and Constraints in the Development of Sustainable Tourism in Taiwan,8th World Leisure Congress 2004,2004,Brisbane, Australia
    17,Kuan-chu Wei, Place of Heterogeneity and Culture of Space, Environmental Objections Symposium, 2005,Nan-hua University
    18,Kuan-chu Wei, The Culture of Leisure and Post-development Discourse, Environmental Objections Symposium,2006, Nan-hua University 
    19,Kuan-chu Wei, Environmental Development and the Principle of Geomancy: The Idea of Green Development, Symposium for the Dialogue of Culture and Space, 2006, Ching-yung University, Chung-li
    20,Kuan-chu Wei and Ying-Shih Chen,Tourist Development and the Emerging Issues of an Aboriginal Preservation Area,9th World Leisure Congress 2006, Hangzhou China, World Leisure Organization,2006,34-45,Hanzhou, China
    21,Kuan-chu Wei, The View of Art from Critical Theory: A Discussion of Walter Benjamin, A Symposium on Critical Theory and The Art of Images, 2007, Tai-nan University of Art, Kuan-tien
    22,Kuan-chu Wei, Discourse of Geomancy and Taoist Essential Thoughts, 
    Symposium for the Dialogue of Culture and Space, 2007, Ching-yung University, Chung-li
    23,Kuan-chu Wei, A Reflection on the Mode of Our Comprehension: An Analysis of An-li’s film, A Symposium on Critical Theory and The Art of Images, 2007, Tai-nan University of Art, Kuan-tien
    24,Kuan-chu Wei, The Peinciple of Taoism and Geomancy, Symposium for the Dialogue of Culture and Space, 2008, Ching-yung University, Chung-li
    25,KUan-chu Wei, The Depth of Locality, The Renaissance of Local Communities Symposium, 2008, Tai-nan Municipal Cultural Center, Tainan
    26,Kuan-chu Wei, A Probe into Humanity and Geomancy Theory, Symposium for the Dialogue of Culture and Space, 2010, Ching-yung University, Chung-li
    27,Kuan-chu Wei, A Discourse on the Existential Place: A 
    Phenemenological View, A Symposium of Community Renaissance, Nan-hua 
    University, Nov. 2010,Chia-yi
    28,Kuan-chu Wei, Universal Spatial View in the Huai-nan Tzu, Symposium 
    for the Dialogue of Culture and Space, 2011, Ching-yung University, 
    Chung-li 



    Cheng-Che Chen 
    (Chair)


    TEL:886-5-272-1001 *2221 
    FAX:886-5-242-7121 
    E-mail:chengche@mail.nhu.edu.tw


    Educational background:
    Ph.D., Tokyo University 

    Specialty:
    Vernacular Technique, History of Architecture & Landscape, Urban Regeneration, Preservation of Cultural Heritage 

    Work Experience:
    1998.07~1999.03 Project Manager, Institute of Architecture in Chun Yuan Christian University(CYCU, Taiwan) 
    2001.06~2002.03 Research Assistant, Institute of Industrial Science in Tokyo University. 
    2004.06~2005.01 Representative, NIHON DESIGN & NIHON LAND DESIGN(NLD)Taiwan Office. 



    Chien-Hui Kuo 
    (Assistant Professor)

    Education

    • Ph.D., the University of Nottingham, U.K. (2003. 02.)
    • MA in Architecture and Critical Theory, the University of Nottingham, U.K. (1997.12.)
    • Leuven Catholic University, Belgium, (1994. 09~1995.03)
    • B. Arch. CYCU, Taiwan

    Selected Work Experience

    • Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture and Landscape, Nanhua University, Taiwan (2003. 08~)
    • Dean of Academic Coordination Division, Nan-Jean Institute of Technology, Taiwan (2004. 02~2005. 07)
    • Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture and Interior Design, Nan-Jean Institute of Technology, Taiwan (2003. 02~2005. 07)

    Selected Publications

    • Kelly Chien-hui Kuo, 2006, “Meta-decoding: the Meta-language of Public Buildings”, The Imagination of Cultural Landscape Conference, Nanhua University, Taiwan
    • Kelly Chien-hui Kuo, 2004, “Why Should Nostalgia Exist at all?” The 16th Conference II, The Architectural Institute of the Republic of China., Taiwan
    • Kelly Chien-hui Kuo, 2004, “No More Heidegger; No More Genius Loci",, The 16th Conference I, The Architectural Institute of the Republic of China., Taiwan
    • Kelly Chien-hui Kuo, 2003, “Unrooted Otherness? A Glimpse of Contemporary Taiwanese Architecture”, The 15th Conference, The Architectural Institute of the Republic of China., Taiwan
    • Kelly Chien-hui Kuo, 2003, “A Euphoria of Transcultural Hybridity: Is Multiculturalism Possible?” Postcolonial Studies. Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 223-235
    • Kelly Chien-hui Kuo, 2003, Archi-cultural Identity: Reflections on Critical Regionalism in Twentieth-Century Taiwanese Architecture. PhD Thesis. The University of Nottingham, UK



    Hui-Min Chen
    (Assistant Professor)

    Tel: +886-5-2721001 ext.56238
    Fax: +886-5-2427121 
    E-mail: huimin@mail.nhu.edu.tw


    Educations
    1998, M. Arch., Master Program, Dept. of Architecture, Tamkang University, Taiwan
    2009, Ph. D., Doctoral Program, Div. of Architecture, Dept. of Civil Engineering, Tamkang University, Taiwan


    Positions
    Assistant Professor, Dept. of Architecture and Landscape Design / Graduate Institution of Environment and Arts, Nanhua University, Taiwan
    Director, Organization of Urban Re-s (OURs), Taiwan (July, 2010~)
    Member, Public Artwork Consulting Committee, Nantou County (Dec., 2010~)


    ?Specialities
    Community Planning & Design
    Creative City
    Cultural Planning 
    Sustainable Environmental Planning


    Experiences
    Project Researcher, Community Empowering Society, Taiwan, 1997-1998
    Senior Planer, Puli Studio, Organization of Urban Re-s (OURs), Taiwan (Jan, 2000~Dec., 2001)
    Senior Planer, Puli Workshop for 921-earthquake Restoration, New Homeland Foundation, Nantou County (Jan, 2000~Dec., 2001)
    Designer & Planer, Isle Engineering Consulting Company (Jan, 2000~Dec., 2001)
    Co-founder and Partner, Great Ambits Architects & Associates Inc. (Dec., 2001~June, 2005)
    Project Researcher, Architectural Institution of Taiwan (Oct., 2006~Dec., 2007)
    Part-time Lecturer, Dept. of Architecture and Landscape Design, Nanhua University, Taiwan (Sept., 2003~Jul., 2009)
    Director, Chinese Institution of Urban Design in Taiwan (CIUD) (Nov., 2005~Oct., 2007)


    Theses
    1998, The Study on the Production of the Public Facilities in Township Areas-the Case of Puli , Nantou (Master Thesis)
    2009, The City’s Cultural Collage: The Study on Cultural Planning in Taipei City (1994-2008) (Doctoral Thesis)


    Publications
    1998, A Manual for Better Communities(03): How to Improve Our Environments , Taipei: E.P.A, Executive Yuan? (Co-author: Junren Dong, Cihong Cai)
    2001, The Series Project of the Public Environment-Beautifying: A Manual of Patispatory Design for Street Spaces, Taipei: C.C.A, Executive Yuan? (Co-author: Cihong Cai)


    Conference Papers
    2006, “The Study on the Human-Place Relationship Theories and the Preliminary Model of Explanation”, International Conference on New Cultural Thinking and Design, pp379-388, Ming Chuan University, Taoyuan County, Taiwan
    2006, “Memory, Life and Place-making: the Design Case of Laundering Pool on Wuniulan Plateau in Puli Township”, 3rd Landscape Forum: Sustainable Landscape, pp1-11~1-22, Chunghua University, Hsinchu City, Taiwan
    2007, “A Study on the Cultural Governance of Partnership-Oriented Outsourcing for Historic Sites in Taipei City”, 19th Conference on Architectural Achievements of Architectural Institution of Taiwan, pp1-11~1-22, Tamkang University, Taipei County, Taiwan
    2007, “The Experience of Establishing Landscape Master Plan of Taipei City: Mapping the Landscape Sensitive Maps”, International Conference on Sustainable Building 2007 Taipei: D01-8, Taipei City, Taiwan (Co-author: Jui-Mao Huang)
    2009, “The Reflection on Cultural Planning Models of Brownfield Developments in Taipei City: the Cases of Huashan & Songyan”, International Chinese Cities Forum-Hong Kong &Taiwan, 2009, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong S.A.R, China
    2010, “Some Issues of Community Building in Coming of the Post-disaster Period” The Conference on Environmental Survival and Place-Life: the Variety of Community Building, Nanhua University, Chiayi County, Taiwan



    Ko Ri
    (Assistant professor)

    Profile
    TEL:886-5-2721001-56218 
    FAX:886-5-242-7121
    E-mail:riko@mail.nhu.edu.tw

    Education:
    .Doctor of Philosophy in Engineering, Tokyo University, 2000 
    .Master in design, Kyushu Institute of Design, 1996?


    Specialty:
    Architectural History and Theory/Architectural Design and Theory


    Work Experience: 
    .2000.03~2002.02 Research Fellow at Doctor, Institute of Industrial Science in Tokyo University. 
    .2002.03~2008.08? Chief representative, Riken Yamamoto &Field Shop Beijing Office?

    .2005.04~ Research Fellow , Institute of Industrial Science in Tokyo University.?

     

    Shuai-Ping Ku

    Master of city Planning
    Pratt Institute New York

    Ph.D. of Architecture
    Czech Technology University in Prague



    Chih-Chun Fang


    Education

    • Ph.D., Chiba University, Japan, (2008. 03.)
    • MASTER in Landscape Architecture, THU, Taiwan, (2001.06.)
    • B. Landscape Architecture, THU, Taiwan, (1999.06)

    Selected Work Experience

    • Assistant Professor, Department of Architecture and Landscape, Nanhua University, Taiwan (2008. 08~)
    • Scholarship of Interchange Association, Japan. (2003)
    • Landscape Designer, PLATO Engineering Consultant CO., LTD., Taiwan, (2002.04~2002.10)
    • Assistant Researcher, Taiwan Forestry Research Institute, Taiwan (2001.07~2001.12)

    Specialty

    • Botany in Landscape
    • Landscape Planting Design
    • Planning and Designing of Ecology Education Garden
    • Planning of Green Space and Landscape

    Shih-Yun Chu
    (Assistance Professor)

    Graduate
    Bachelor Degree:
    Germanistik,
    Chinese Culture University, Taipei Taiwan, R.O.C
    1976-1980, Bachelor of Arts

    Master Degree:
    Raumplanung (urban & regional planning)
    University Dortmund, Dortmund Germany
    1983-1990, Dipl.-Ing.

    Doktor Degree:
    Raumplanung (urban & regional planning)
    University Dortmund, Dortmund Germany
    1990-1996, Dr.rer.Pol.

    Research areas:
    ‧ spatial design
    ‧ social housing policy
    ‧ urban & regional planning
    ‧ urban design
    ‧ environmental protection strategy
    ‧ culture & tangible heritage preservations
    ‧ civil lifestyle and aesthetic form shaping
    ‧ Landscape design
    ‧ Public Art

    Work experence:
    1994-1996 Research member by Pro.Dr. Hartmut Dieterich, Dept. Raumplanung, Universitaet Dortmund/Germany
    1996-1998 Diector, Kuo-Sheng Broadcasting Co., Chang-Hua, Taiwan
    1998-2003 Assitance Prof. , Dept. Spatial Design Da-Yeh University, Chang-Hua Taiwan
    1999-2003 Department head, Dept. Spatial Design Da-Yeh University, Chang-Hua Taiwan
    2003-2009 Assitance Prof. , Dept. Landscape Architecture Min-Dao University,
    Chang-Hua Taiwan
    2004-2005 Research institute Director, Design institute Min-Dao University,
    Chang-Hua Taiwan
    2007-2009 Department head, Dept. Landscape Architecture Min-Dao University, Chang-Hua Taiwan
    2010- Assitance Prof., Dept. Architecture & Landscape Design
    Nan-Hua University, Cha-Yi. Taiwan



    Ting-I Lee 
    (Assistance Professor)

     

    Education
    Ph.D., Department of Planning and Landscape, University of Manchester, U.K.

     

    Publication
    A. Conference papers

    1. Lee, T. I., 2010. Towards Joint Relationship of Green Infrastructure and Urban Regeneration in Old Urban Core. Manchester, UK: Postgraduate Research Conference.??
    2. Lee, T. I., Bell, P. and Barker, A., 2010. Toward Joint Relationship of Green Infrastructure and Urban Regeneration in Historical Urban Quarter. Prague, Czech Republic: Annual Young Academic Meeting on 4th YA Meeting Landscapes of Planning.
    3. Lee, T. I., 2009. The Role of Green Infrastructure in Urban Renewal: A Case Study from Taipei Historical Quarters. Kaiserslautern, Germany: The 8th International Conference on Urban Planning and Environment.
    4. Tsai, H. N. and T. I. Lee. 2006. Reading the edge cityscape of contemporary metropolis. Tsinghua University, Beijing: International Forum on Urbanism. Proceedings Vol. (I): 543-555.

    B. Theses

    • Lee, T. I., 2011. The Role of Green Infrastructure in Urban Regeneration: A Case Study from Taipei. PhD Thesis in Planning and Landscape, University of Manchester, UK.
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