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Zhong-Ren PENG Chair, International Association for China Planning; Professor, College of Design, Construction and Planning, University of Florida, Gainesville


1994-1995 Research Associate & Adjunct Assistant Professor, Portland State University, OR
1995-1996 Research Scientist II, Georgia Institute of Technology
1996-2001 Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2001-2005 Associate Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2003-2004 Visiting Associate Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
2003-2007 Director, Center for Advanced Spatial Information Research, UWM
2005-2007 Professor, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
2007-2011 Chang Jiang Scholar, College of Transportation Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai, China
2007-2010 Professor and Chair, University of Florida
since 2007 Professor, University of Florida


Chair, International Association for China Planning, since 2009
Senior panel member, NSF - US National Science Foundation, since 2008
Board of Directors, Urban and Regional Information Systems Associations, 2005-2008
Vice-President, Society of Chinese American Professors and Scientists, 2005-2006


Qing-Chang Lu and Zhong-Ren Peng: Vulnerability Analysis of Transportation Network under the Scenarios of Sea Level Rise. Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, forthcoming, 2011
Liyuan Zhao and Zhong-Ren Peng: An Integrated Bi-Level Model to Explore the Interaction between Land Use Allocation and Transportation. Transportation Research Record: Journal of Transportation Research Board, Volume 2176, PP. 14-25, 2010
Gong, Q., Li, Y. and Peng, Z.-R.: Trip Based Optimal Power Management of Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles with Advanced Traffic Modeling. SAE International Journal on Engines, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 861-872, 2009
Zhong-Ren Peng and Eok Kim: A Standard-based Integration Framework of Distributed Transit Trip Planning Systems. Journal of the Intelligent Transportation Systems, Vol. 12, No. 1, pp. 13-19, 2008


Excellence in Research Award by UWM Foundation/Graduate School of the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2002
Graduate School Research Committee Award by the Graduate School of UWM, 1997
Best Paper Award for the paper titled "A GIS-Based Automatic Trip Planning for Advanced Public Transportation Systems" at the International Symposium on GIS/Remote Sensing Research, Development and Applications in West Palm Beach, Florida, 1996
Science and Technology Improvement Award for Best Research on the Study of Strategic Planning in the City of Daqing, Chinese Academy of Sciences (the highest national award for research in the PRC) 1991