- Mississauga (UTM)
Fields of Study
- GIS, Spatial Analysis & Modelling
Areas of Interest
GIScience, spatial analysis, and big data; Health geography and environmental health; Time geography and human mobility.
Wang’s research interests include health geography, environmental health, human mobility, GIScience, big data, and spatial analysis. His recent research has included exploration of methodological issues in environmental health studies (e.g., uncertain geographic context problem and spatial non-stationarity), development of a unified analytical framework for environmental context profiling and individual exposure assessment, and examination of adult participation in high-risk drug use and of environmental influences on physical activity.
Wang, J., Kou, L., Kwan, M., Shakespeare, R. M., Lee, K., & Park, Y. M. (2021). An Integrated Individual Environmental Exposure Assessment Health Studies. Sensors, 21(12), 4039.
Wang, J., & Kwan, M. -P. (2020). Daily activity locations k-anonymity for the evaluation of disclosure risk of individual GPS datasets. International Journal of Health Geographics, 19(1), 1–14.
Kwan, M.-P., Wang, J., Tyburski, M., Epstein, D. H., Kowalczyk, W. J., & Preston, K. L. (2019). Uncertainties in the geographic context of health behaviors: A study of substance users’ exposure to psychosocial stress using GPS data. International Journal of Geographical Information Science, 33(6), 1176–1195.
Wang, J., & Kwan, M.-P. (2018). An Analytical Framework for Integrating the Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Environmental Context and Individual Mobility in Exposure Assessment: A Study on the Relationship between Food Environment Exposures and Body Weight. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 15(9), 2022.
Wang, J., Kwan, M. -P., & Chai, Y. (2018). “An Innovative Context-Based Crystal-Growth Activity Space Method for Environmental Exposure Assessment: A Study Using GIS and GPS Trajectory Data Collected in Chicago.” International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 15 (4): 703–726.