Juhyun Lee is an Assistant Professor in Department of Urban Planning and Design at XJTLU. Her fields of research interests are smart city transition, compact city planning and policy, infrastructure development as an agent of change, integrated approaches to transport and spatial planning for sustainable urbanization, and smart mobility and accessibility. Before joining XJTLU, she had more than 10-year experiences of working as an urban specialist for international organizations such as UN-Habitat as well as private consulting firms in Europe and Asia.
PhD in Planning, Urban and Regional Studies Institute, University of Groningen, Groningen, The Netherland, 2020
Master of Research (Distinction) in Interdisciplinary Urban Design, Bartlett School of Planning, University College London, London, UK , 2016
Postgraduate Certificate in Globalization, Development and Environment, Birkbeck, University of London, London, UK
Master of Art in Managing Archaeological Sites, University College London, UK, 2006
Adjunct professor, Sungkyunkwan University, 2020-21
Post-doctoral researcher, Seoul National University, 2020-21
International Urban Development Specialist, UN-Habitat Asia, 2010-2017
Researcher, National Culture and Tourism Policy Institute, Seoul, Korea, 2009-10
Institutional analysis of planning of urban commons
Sustainable accessibility and smart mobility
Compact city policies and balanced development
Social outcomes from mega urban infrastructure planning and development
Smart city as socio-technical transition
An integrted approach to land use and transport development planning
Ayuriany, T., Lee, J., Hidayati, I (2023) What access-for-all entails? Examining commuting experiences from subjective and objective accessibility in a fast-growing city, Jakarta. Asian Transport Studies, 9, 100115.
KRISH (2022) Proposing the Strategic Program and the Methods of System Improvement in Korea-ASEAN ODA. National Research Council for Economics, Humanites and Social Sciences.
Jeong, J., Lee, J., Gim, T. (2022) Predicting changes in the built environment in the era of vehicular automation. Journal of Planning Literature. https://doi.org/10.1177/08854122221138
Lee, J., Babcock, J., Pham, T., Hien, T., Kang, M. (2022) Smart city as a social transition towards inclusive development through technology: A tale of four smart cities. International Journal of Urban Sciences https://doi.org/10.1080/12265934.2022.2074076
Lee, J., Arts, J., Vanclay, F. (2022) Investigating barriers and opportunities to an integrated approach to transport and spatial development. Journal of Urban Affairs, 1-23 https://doi.org/10.1080/07352166.2021.2021086
Lee, J. (2021) A multi-scale perspective on production of space: A critical review of urban design theory. Cities. 103497. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cities.2021.103497
Lee, J., Arts, J., Vanclay, F. (2021) Stakeholder views on land-use and transport integration in a rapidly-growing megacity: Social outcomes and integrated planning issues in Seoul. Sustainable Cities and Society. 67, 10279. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2021.102759
Lee, J. (2020) Reflecting on an integrated approach for transport and spatial planning as a pathway to sustainable urbanisation. Sustainability 2020 12(23), 10218 https://doi.org/10.3390/su122310218
Lee, J., Arts, J., Vanclay, F. (2020) Examining the social outcomes from urban transport infrastructure: Long-term consequences of spatial changes and varied interests at multiple levels. Sustainability 2020 12(15), 5907 https://doi.org/10.3390/su12155907
Lee, J. (2018) Spatial Ethics as an evaluation tool for the long-term impacts of mega urban projects: An application of spatial ethics multi-criteria assessment to Canning Town Regeneration Projects, London. International Journal of Sustainable Development and Planning 13(4): 541-555. https://doi.org/10.2495/SDP-V13-N4-541-555.
Books, monographs, compilations and manuals
UN-Habitat (2014) Cities and Climate Change Initiative: Hoi An City, Climate Change Adaptability and Vulnerability Assessment. United Nation. http://unhabitat.org/publications/hoi-an-viet-nam-climate-change-vulnerability-assessment/
GGGI, UN- Habitat (2013) Green Growth City Development Strategy for Dang Nang. https://unhabitat.org/sites/default/files/documents/2019-05/da_nang_gg_cds_part_1.pdf
UN-Habitat (2013) Quang Nam Provincial Development Strategy as a Government Planning Orientation till 2025. United Nations https://unhabitat.org/sites/default/files/download-manager files/PDS_Eng_FULL_IN%2020%20Dec%202013_low.pdf
Lee, J. H. (2022) Smart city transitions toward inclusive development: A tale of four cities. Present at AAG conference, 2022, New York, U.S.
Lee, J. H. (2021) Socio-technical transitions of cities and sustainable development. Present at UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference 2021, London, UK
Lee, J. H. (2020) Smart cities and social cohesion. Present at Smart City Knowledge sharing series by Institute of Smart City and Management, University of Economics Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Lee, J. H. (2020) An integrated planning approach for sustainable urbanisation. Presented at Korea Planning Association Conference October, 2020, Korea
Lee, J. H. (2020) Inclusive urban growth with an integrated planning approach at multiple levels. Presented at UK-Ireland Planning Research Conference 2020, London, UK
Lee, J. H. (2020) Cross-cultural Investigation of Inclusive Urban Regeneration through Smart Initiatives. Presented at the World Urban Forum 10, Abu Dhabi, UAE
Lee, J. H. (2019) Enhancing social outcomes from urban transport infrastructure development. Presented in World Conference on Transport Research 2019, Mumbai, India
Lee, J. H. (2019) Understanding social outcomes from urban transport development: spatial changes and urban transport development at multiple-scales. Presented in 2019 AESOP Annual Congress, Venice, Italy
Lee, J. H. (2017) Spatial Ethics as an evaluation tool for the long-term impacts of mega urban projects: An application of spatial ethics multi-criteria assessment to Canning Town Regeneration Projects, London. Presented at 17th International conference on Urban Transport and the Environment, Rome, Italy